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Kitakamakura House / Takahiro Endo Architects Office

January 19, 2022 Hana Abdel 0

Kitakamakura house, Sociality of the house /open to the local community. The house is located on the mountain in Kitakamakura old and very quiet residential area. In this neighborhood, you can find many windows with closed curtains and shutters, it almost looks like a silent gesture of residents, refuses to socialize with the local community. 

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Stonelea House / Matthew Woodward Architecture

January 18, 2022 Hana Abdel 0

The core of our client’s initial brief was a photograph. The photo showed a family of three generations; grandparents, their five children, and a swarm of grandchildren. This project was to include a country retreat for them all. A new home that could house a lifetime of past and future memories.

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Ramat Gan Museum of Israeli Art / Efrat Kowalsky Architects

January 18, 2022 Hana Abdel 0

The Ramat Gan Museum is the only one dedicated specifically to contemporary Israeli art. Its current renewal consists of a significant expansion which includes new exhibition spaces, auditorium, education department, reading space, storage, offices, store, café, and roof decks for events and outdoor exhibitions. Its new length is 110 meters. Its width is 3 meters at the “nose” and opens up to 23 meters. Its volume slopes from 17 to 10 meters high.

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Audemars Piguet Manufacture Les Saignoles / Kunik de Morsier architectes

January 18, 2022 Hana Abdel 0

The project of the new Manufacture de Haute Horlogerie Audemars Piguet in Les Saignoles, (Le Locle, NE) was developed and realized between 2017 and 2021 by the Swiss office Kunik de Morsier architectes. For the watchmaker’s needs, they designed a new kind of building. Built horizontally on the hill, the Manufacture fits discreetly into this landscape resulting from the folds of the Jura. Its surroundings create a succession of biotopes characteristic of the region. The whole blends into the geography of the Jura and the astral time. The contours and mate- rials are chosen to intensify the user’s or visitor’s experience of the environment, natural light and the movement of the sun.

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Aban House / USE Studio

January 18, 2022 Hana Abdel 0

The Middle East has undergone many changes in recent decades. In the last two decades in Iran, sanctions, the shadow of war, and media hegemony have changed our daily lives. Widespread frustration on an individual and social scale has led to a wave of migration, instability, the rapid pace of change has stolen our peace of mind. What is the role of architecture in this situation? 

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Đen Đá Quang Trung / KSOUL Studio

January 18, 2022 Hana Abdel 0

When talking about Den Da coffee, most of the customers will immediately remember the highlights of the atmosphere from both old and modern Saigon. That is the reason why Ksoul continues to get inspiration from distinctive colors and details of Saigon to bring back the integrity of the chain, and also bring the customers a new atmosphere of the newest Den Da coffee store – Den Da Quang Trung. 

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Binh Duong House / k59 atelier

January 17, 2022 Hana Abdel 0

Thuan An town is a border area between South Binh Duong and North Ho Chi Minh City. T. Because this is a peripheral area, it has low construction density with many trees and gardens. In recent years, with rapid urbanization, many residential areas have sprung up with a variety of “city architecture” types. Gardens and orchards are continuously erased and replaced by roads and housing plots which will become typically row house projects.

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Caspers House / Glamuzina Architects + Dessein Parke

January 17, 2022 Hana Abdel 0

Casper’s House is a small ‘blurple’ holiday home in Tairua, New Zealand, for a family of four, several pets who travel, and an interchangeable raft of guests. It was designed in response to the prevailing trend in New Zealand beach house design for white and timber – drawing instead on the experimentation and associated freedoms of the mid-century Fire Island homes where daring forms concealed complex layered interiors.

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Caspers House / Glamuzina Architects + Dessein Parke

January 17, 2022 Hana Abdel 0

Casper’s House is a small ‘blurple’ holiday home in Tairua, New Zealand, for a family of four, several pets who travel, and an interchangeable raft of guests. It was designed in response to the prevailing trend in New Zealand beach house design for white and timber – drawing instead on the experimentation and associated freedoms of the mid-century Fire Island homes where daring forms concealed complex layered interiors.