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In a green valley surrounded by a desert landscape near Lima, Rafael Freyre completed a house with a geometry and a palette of textures and colors according to this environment.
In a medieval village in northern Bavaria, the Research Campus Waischenfeld designed by Barkow Leibinger distributed the program into four pavilions with asymmetrically gabled roofs to integrate the campus into the regional scale of the village.
Curated by SO – IL, the exhibition at CCA explores the role of collage not only as a form of representation but as a means of production in the work of Ábalos & Herreros.
Three gently-curved walls create a variety of spaces and dynamic connection in this apartment conceived by MAMM Design in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan.
In a Zambian rural village, a team of three architects designed a primary school surrounded by agricultural fields, developed and constructed in close collaboration with local village residents.
In Denmark Lenschow & Pihlmann and Mikael Stenström reinterpreted Borromini’s most famous church in Rome with a steel structure covered in strong plastic.
Students from The Bartlett School of Architecture curated sustainable constructions made of reclaimed materials for the urban garden and community space in King’s Cross, London.
Three traditional brick forms with slate pitched roofs, gives a calm, domestic feel to this accommodation for families of sick children from all over Scotland designed in Glasgow by Keppie.
In Portland Waechter Architecture maximizes allowable Accessory Dwelling Unit space by dramatizing classic pitched-roof house typology for the Garden House.
Designed by Dutch practice Architectenbureau Cepezed on one of Brussels major urban regeneration sites, the Environment Agency is the Europe’s largest entirely passive office building.
FAKT’s installation for the Festival des Architectures Vives enrich the structural nature of architecture with a sense of physical excitement and ever-changing visual properties.
RAS Arquitectura refurbished an underground space near the sea transforming it in a bright monumental space using wood partitions and intersecting two living spaces.