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The House in Halandri is a building project for the construction of two homes on a small plot of land in a fairly built up area. MOB Architects, led by Vassilis Baskozos and Daria Tsagaraki designed an L shaped 3 storey structure...
Nambung National Park, a popular tourist destination in Western Australia, is the location for the Pinnacles Interpretive Centre, an award winning design by John Nichols and associates of Woodhead Architects.
‘Made in Greece’ is the title of the Greek Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2012, a note of positivity for the future of Athens, an urban space currently suffering during a period of economic uncertainty.
The geometric lines of this contemporary structure designed by Steve Domoney Architecture make a bold statement in Hawthorn, a suburb of Melbourne which is currently undergoing a change of identity and traditional brick buildings are gradually being replaced by more modern homes.
Architects Sergei Tchoban and Sergei Kuznestsov of Speech techoban/kuznetsov, have designed the new Russian pavillion for the 2012 venice biennale.
On a 2800 m2 rectangular plot, in a residential complex in Madrid, Spain, A- Cero architects decided to position their new stunning creation. Loyal to their architectural style, they once again embodied elegance, boldness and minimalism into this single family residence.
As part of the 2012 Santorini Biennale of Arts, New York based designers, 24 degree Studio, created Daphne, an on-site installation in a tunnel and stairway leading to the ruins of Kasteli castle in Pyrgos, Santorini.
The proposal of the Japanese firm of Kengo Kuma for the Natural History Museum of Copenhagen is an example of green architecture on a grand scale. The ultra modern sunken space is merged with the surrounding botanical gardens which the architects have termed, ‘Garden of Natural History.’
The Steinhart Aquarium in San Francisco, California, has acquired a spectacular exhibition in the form of a 10,000 sq.ft. interactive multimedia wall which simulates a continuous stream of flowing water.
When faced with a tiny plot of land perched on the edge of a cliff overlooking the Japanese city of Nagoya, the D.I.G. team of architects had no choice but to dig away into the cliff to provide a base for their ingenious structure.