Chilean architect Gonzalo Claro has renovated a family home in Santiago, reducing the ground floor footprint but adding a level for bedrooms. Read more
this project adopts ‘low-tech’ implementations for a digitally designed façade that bypasses and controls vernacular limitations.
from above, the building in eastern china will resemble the word for number 8- the luckiest number in chinese culture.
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I know, a barn conversion. But don’t worry, this David Nossiter-designed barn conversion in Assington, Suffolk isn’t quite what you are imagining. As a rule, we wouldn’t even look at a barn conversion, not least because they all tend to look so dull. But this huge conversion and its ‘cathedral-like proportions’ are worth making an […]
the house is designed with light colored hues of gray, beige and white.
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the house can be read as a conversation of dualities: heavy and lightness, public and private and light and dark which in the end, is essentially two forms bifurcated by a double height black void.
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extending out into an artificial lake, the combination of symmetrical natural and built elements forms a walkable and accessible neighborhood.
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Tequila-fuelled parties can be held at this social venue, created by Mexican firm Quince Cuarenta Arquitectura for a distillery in Jalisco, while quieter sampling sessions take place underneath. Read more
the purpose is to create a fundamentally sustainable building, with climate smart material and rich cultural spaces for performance and education.
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Another opportunity to live in this sought after space, with an apartment in Seddon House on the Barbican Estate, London EC2 now up for sale. Seddon House was constructed in 1974, a terrace on the Chamberlin, Powell & Bon-designed brutalist estate made up of 75 flats and maisonettes. Grade II-listed of course. On offer here […]
the scheme is crowned with large outdoor spaces that offer views of the sea to the north, and the skyline of rotterdam to the south.
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