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© Art Gray

Coffee Bar Kearny by jones | haydu

jones | haydu has won a Merit Award for Interior Architecture from the American Institute of Architects San Francisco for their work on Coffee Bar Kearny. The primary objective for[…]

© STAMERS KONTOR

Roof House by LETH & GORI

Roof House is a project that completely transforms an existing villa beautifully situated on a large site filled with trees in Fredensborg, Denmark. The existing house is occupied by a[…]

© Peter Bennetts

Cubo House by PHOOEY Architects

PHOOEY Architects transformed an existing double storey Victorian‐era heritage‐listed attached terrace house in Melbourne into a bespoke & sustainable home for a young family. Originally, the house was entered via[…]

© Ricardo Amaral

Casa DC by Salworks

Located on the sea front of Ponta Delgada city, the DC house occupies an entire plot of 114m2,that is almost residual in the existing city built fabric.This part of the[…]

© Julien Lanoo

Housing in Rue de Lourmel by TVK

The Corner: The compact, sculpted volumes of the corner building are visible from its four sides and announce the two other buildings within the block. It comprises 30 social apartments[…]

© Paul Finkel | Piston Design

Chinmaya Mission Austin by Miró Rivera Architects

Established as a home for the Central Texas division of Chinmaya Mission, an international non-profit Hindu spiritual organization, this new 8-acre campus is characterized by an architectural language that reinterprets[…]

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AA_Aarhus Visiting School

The first AA_Aarhus Visiting School is taking place in what UNESCO has dubbed the International Year of Light, raising global awareness on the importance of light and light-based technologies. As[…]

© Yasutake Kondo

YOC Restaurant Project by GENETO

The site is located in between Kyoto and Nara, and this area was prospered as post station before. This Japanese-style restaurant was established in 1624 and used as hotel for[…]

© Angélica Ibarra

Polygon 108 by Ludens

Recently it´s easy to recognize a preference in the treatment of the public space, tending to be aseptic. There is a recent tendency to treating public space with an ascetic[…]