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The Museo Parc Alesia is a project undertaken by New York based firm, Bernard Tschumi Architects. Located in the heart of Burgundy, France, it is on the site of a battle between Julius Ceasar and the Gauls in the year of 52 B.C.
As part of the Interna Legacy event of the 2012 Fuorisalone, the contemporary installation was designed by Massimo Iosa Ghini in collaboration with FMG Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti and erected in the courtyard of the University of Milan.
Located in Shizuoka; Japan, Ant-house is a family house that isn't what it seems. Looking at it from the outside you find a black cube with a small door, a fort like structure. However, if you use that small door you enter a different dimension where there is plenty of light and warmth, as you find an interior covered in larch plywood.
The modern geometric design of this two storey residence, designed by architect Konstantinos Doxiadis in the 1960s, appears to be at home nestled in the shade of the mature pines already existing on the site.
German architects, Mayer have recently completed a unique residential complex in downtown Berlin for property developers, Euroboden. Located on Johannesstrasse in the Mitte district, it is near Museum Island and Friederichstrasse.
A new unconventional and eye popping building, designed by Kengo Kuma & Associates, decorates the neighborhood of Asakusa, in Tokyo and serves as the district’s Culture Tourist Information Center. An innovation in existing layered architecture, the building is the center stage of Asakusa’s lively neighborhood.
A formerly Victorian double front house, located in Melbourne, Australia, was in desperate need of a transformation and as a result, Matt Gibson architects came up with a solution that respects the past and welcomes the future.
What used to be the Sweelinck music conservatorium in the historic building Rijkspostspaarbank building, now lies the new Amsterdam Hotel, designed by Piero Lissoni and made up of 129 rooms.
Located in the western side of Mexico, in Bosques de las Lomas, House de la Punta is a two storey cantilevered residence of 875 m2. Central de Arquitectura have chosen to base the design on a hard core modernist approach and play a game of transparency versus solidity, this way enhancing the diversity that characterizes the project.
A-Cero has struck again, with a 1700m2 magnificent demonstration of spatial complexity and stark stylized forms, situated in the heart of Pozuelo de Alarcon, Spain. Remaining faithful to their notion that art and architecture go hand in hand, they have brilliantly created a spectacular architectural sculpture.