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The architects Scaramellini, Consalez e Rossi built a house on the Alps wich is the result of the relationship between the forest and the available land.
Álvaro Siza renovated the building that marked the begining of his career: the Boa Nova Casa da Cha restaurant clinging to the rocks in Leça da Palmeira, Portugal.
Breath Box, designed by NAS Architecture for the Festival of Lively Architecture – along the shoreline of La Grande Motte (France) – has a reflective wall that moves with the wind.
Apollo Architects completed Frame, a house with a studio, a low cost building realized by substituting regular wooden frameworks for exposed concrete with FRP that can be converted.
Rafael Hevia, Rodrigo Duque Motta and Gabriela Manzi designed the Economics and Business Faculty of the Diego Portales University (Chile) creating an academic identity thanks to a structure with weight that speaks of permanence and stability.
Clouds Architecture Office designed a new bookstore with a series of continuous horizontal bands which allow the eye to glide freely around the space.
mA-style architects designed the extension plan for a young couple’s house next to the main one as a minimum living space that pursues both maintaining distance and retaining fertile relationships.
In London Doone Silver Architects designed a new 4-storey apartment building that replaces a disused electrical substation and adjoins a locally listed former public house.
Yuuki Kitada renovated an apartment with an hall way at the center, like a meditation tunnel, ending in a hollow inspired by the one in the big wood column of Todaiji-temple in Nara.
After completing the São Paulo office of international law firm Milbank, Triptyque was commisioned to design the interiors, solved with a unique and historic collection of Brazilian design.
A two-part show at Oslo’s Henie Onstad unearths Norwegian connections to the Bauhaus and demonstrates the joy of artistic discoveries.
Architecture / Kristina Ketola Bore
Davis Brody Bond re-designed the South African Embassy in Washington, D.C adapting and reusing two historically significant structures on Embassy Row – the Ambassador’s Residence and the Chancery.