This building located at the rural context of Isfahan margin. It has been tried to improve local construction techniques, using passive cooling ventilation system and training local contractor to build this building.
the roof takes shape as an entirely open area, where the inside of the extended curved volume nestles the pool.
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With a rich history of Shikumens, elaborate gardens, and vibrant street life behind the glamour, no place captures Shanghai’s dual essence better than Xintiandi. It challenges the cookie-cutter mold by reimagining the romance of street life with a modern city context. But even upscale landmarks need updating, so when client Shui On decided to renovate the whole mall, we took the opportunity to have a space intervention.
cultural heritage experts and unions have sharply criticized the ongoing changes taking place in greece’s most visited archaeological site.
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Architecture office Fábrica de Espacios has designed Casa Bosque Sereno, a Mexican house featuring painted brick walls and a large net hammock that forms one of its floors. Local firm Fábrica de Espacios built the house in Bosque Sereno, a housing complex in the city of Aguascalientes in Mexico. Pared-back in its design, the house
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Walking past this 1950’s Art Deco home, it’s evident the clients were focused on preserving the character of the existing stone façade. From the street the building is seemingly understated creating an element of surprise when moving through the existing home. The extension was designed for a growing family who love to entertain, so it was important to create flexible living spaces that are connected to outdoor areas. Operable steel framed glazed partitions define these transitions, with the cantilevered concrete edge providing a threshold as you step down onto the deck.
Architecture studio Kanva has redesigned the Montreal Biodome, a science museum in Canada, to reveal its original concrete arches and create new homes for its animal occupants. The museum, which was originally an Olympic sports venue, contains four miniature ecosystems filled with plants and animals that visitors can walk through and explore. Designed by French
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The project, a winner of a public competition, is located in a low-density residential environment, in the town of Bouguenais, southeast of Nantes. The proposal is part of Nantes Metropole’s desire to improve the city’s public transport network.
the house recalls the form of a large boulder — a testament to the design-minded possibilities of 3D printed building methods.
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Living comfortably in a space under 30 square metres requires a bit of creative thinking, and this pair of studio designs have space saving ideas that are guaranteed to inspire. Each of these two unique small home interiors incorporates game changing custom made furniture that allows the floor layout to be used in an entirely […]
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