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Saia Barbarese Topouzanov adds spiral staircases during Montreal housing renovation

October 27, 2021 James Brillon 0
Les Habitations Saint Michel Nord

Colourful spiral staircases now give direct access to units in the Saint-Michel Nord housing complex in Montreal, which was renovated by Saia Barbarese Topouzanov to update the ageing buildings and include a new pedestrian-friendly street. Located in the underprivileged Saint-Michel neighbourhood, the housing complex was built in the 1970s in the brutalist style. Its 185

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B73 Apartments / STARH

October 27, 2021 Pilar Caballero 0

B73 is located in one of the central areas in Sofia, Bulgaria. It stands out in the dense urban context with its innovative and impactful look. The building itself achieves a balance between design and functionality that work simultaneously while having high-end material usage and exceptional quality in execution.

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ArchDaily Professionals: Highlighting the Best Collaborators Involved in the Best Architecture

October 27, 2021 ArchDaily 0

After over a decade curating the best architecture, at ArchDaily we know that no one builds alone. Shaping our built environment demands close collaborations and partnerships between architects, designers, and hundreds of other professionals committed to each project. This is why it is time to recognize and highlight the best collaborators responsible for delivering the best architecture, while we continue delivering valuable knowledge related to the different disciplines within our community.

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Z’scape designs Hylla Alpine Garden as a “place of comfort, solitude and peace”

October 27, 2021 Alyn Griffiths 0
Winding paths lead around the garden

A meandering wooden path leads towards a centuries-old oak tree situated at the centre of this alpine garden in China’s Yulong County, which landscape design studio Z’scape created to celebrate the region’s native plants and indigenous culture. The Hylla Alpine Garden project forms part of the Lijiang Hylla Vintage Hotel complex in the foothills of

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