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Local and environmental conditions played a major role in the outstanding design of this three-storey residence in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Architects Shatotto decided on an inverted design for this structure in order to provide a high level of privacy in this densely populated area.
This award winning design for the EUR New Congress Centre in Rome, currently under construction, was designed by Fuksas Architects. It is expected to fulfill a role as a prominent venue which will fill a gap in the meetings market in the region.
Cappadocia, a region in eastern Anatolia, in the heart of Turkey, is a land of diverse cultural history. The tradition of cave dwelling goes back to the 5th and 6th century when entire underground cities were carved from the soft limestone rock...
This contemporary home in Toronto was built by Belzberg Architects even though they were not responsible for the original design. The deceivingly simple geometric shape of the external facade becomes an exceptional living space on entering the home.
Designed by Ogrydziak/Prillinger Architects, Gallery House is located in San Francisco, California, in a neighborhood overlooking South Park, a rare expanse of greenery in the dense urban landscape. The clients, being avid collectors of contemporary art by female artists...
Following an extensive period of regeneration, Fort Diermerdam, a key spot on the defense line of Amsterdam, was recently appointed as a UNESCO Heritage Site and subsequently became a venue for visitors from all over the world.
The Delve Contemporary Arts Centre is located in the grounds of the Synagogue de Delme, in Delme, France. French designers, Berdaguer and Pejus were appointed to create an installation to mark the 20th anniversary of the arts centre and to provide a new reception space and studios of the resident artists.
A strong sense of heritage and culture can be identified within the design of this family home in Apulia, Italy. A project of architect Luca Zanaroli, who incorporated the ruins of two medieval structures, remnants of the Moorish past of the region, into his plans.
Architect Torsten Ottesjo finds himself inspired by nature, improvisation and simplicity so when his neighbor asked him to design a home for his hens, he approached the project with the same kind of creativity and enthusiasm as any other.
Designed by Abalos + Sentkiewicz Arquitectos, the High Speed Train Station in Logrono is the beginning of an exciting new project which will continue with the construction of a complex of housing and a park on the same site, in an effort to unify different areas of the city.