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Mugs House / HUM arquitetos

November 21, 2018 Rayen Sagredo 0

The house project is divided in two blocks. The social area is located at the front section as a kind of porch with large dimensions (12m width and 3,5m height), which opens to the outside area where are located the pool, deck and lawn. The intimate block, at the back section is lower than the social, creating a variation on the house volume, which guarantees a lower height to master suite and other two bedrooms.

Children Village in Brazilian rainforest named world’s best new building by RIBA

November 21, 2018 Amy Frearson 0

A school boarding facility designed by architecture studios Aleph Zero and Rosenbaum, said to be “reinventing Brazilian vernacular”, has won this year’s RIBA International Prize. Dezeen is media partner for the RIBA International Prize 2018, which pays tribute to the most impressive and innovative buildings from all around the world. Children Village, a 25,000-square-metre complex on

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HSH House / A Milimetre

November 20, 2018 Rayen Sagredo 0

A typical townhouse from the 80’s has been renovated on the east of Bangkok. The dull and dark house lacked natural light and ventilation. The original windows were small and the interior lacked privacy due to traffic and pedestrians.

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Four51 Marlborough / Hacin + Associates

November 19, 2018 Daniel Tapia 0

Four51 Marlborough is a new contemporary luxury multifamily residence in Boston’s historic Back Bay. Located on Marlborough Street, the neighborhood’s brownstones, brick sidewalks, and wrought iron fences capture the quintessential, historic charm of Boston. The design team faced the challenge of weaving a contemporary residential building into the fabric of this historic neighborhood on one of the last available parcels of land. This process required months of a design collaboration with both the client and the Back Bay Historic Commission. As a whole, the project reinforces the character of Marlborough Street through its modern interpretation of the Back Bay’s traditional architecture and materials.

Arup and CLS Architetti’s 3D-printed house was built in a week

November 19, 2018 Sebastian Jordahn 0

Our latest Dezeen x MINI Living video investigates a 3D-printed house, which was built in a week, onsite in a Milan square, using recycled concrete. Engineering firm Arup and architecture studio CLS Architetti collaborated on the project, which was exhibited during Milan design week this year. Named 3D Housing 05, the structure was printed within Milan’s

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London townhouse updated with pared-back materials and patterns

November 19, 2018 Alyn Griffiths 0

Merrett Houmøller Architects has renovated and extended a house in north London using a consistent palette of simple materials and repeated patterns. Cornerstone House was the first commission for the studio, which was founded in 2014 by Peter Merrett and Robert Houmøller and now has offices in London and Sheffield. The architects renovated the historic property

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Glass surrounds lower level of Teph Inlet house by Omar Gandhi Architect

November 18, 2018 Dan Howarth 0

An entirely glazed ground floor provides views of the Nova Scotia coast from this holiday home, designed by Canadian studio Omar Gandhi Architect. Designed for a young family, the Teph Inlet residence is situated beside the ocean in the village of Chester. The property comprises a two-storey main house and a nearby guest unit, both

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SPV29 / ALL in STUDIO LTD

November 17, 2018 Rayen Sagredo 0

“There’s nothing absolutely new, but there is an endless amount of connections and relations between forms, materials and technologies that are not yet made. Innovation means discovering them.” This is how we developed the project about Villa #29.