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barozzi veiga clads tanzhaus zürich in façade of repetitive triangular openings

February 22, 2020 macnadusa 0

barozzi veiga has reactivated the promenade along the limmat river in zürich, switzerland, with tanzhaus zürich, a new cultural center for contemporary dance performances, workshops, and lessons. the building is defined as a simple and tiered volume clad in a façade of repetitive triangular openings which enables it to be integrated into the limmat’s urban […]

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Hernan Landolfo tops courtyard house in Argentina with glass extension

February 22, 2020 James Brillon 0
Casa Juramento by Hernan Landolfo

Argentinian architect Hernan Landolfo has extended an apartment in Buenos Aires and reorganised the living spaces around a double-height atrium with an olive tree growing in the centre. Landolfo was enlisted by his clients to expand their living space to include a home office. He determined that the best way to increase the useable area

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Mae Kao Canal House / EKAR & Full Scale Studio

February 22, 2020 Daniel Sánchez 0

‘Baan Rim Kao’ is a family home where the owner wished to open a coffee shop and a music school within the same property. The site is located next to a fifteen meters wide Mae-Kao canal, (the sub-canal from Mae-Ping river of Chiang Mai, Thailand) with more than ten large trees on the site. Inspired by the surrounding trees and water, the architect believed that there should be a unique way to reach the house. As such a typical front door to the living areas was replaced by a garden-room that leads its inhabitants to various spaces in the house.

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PLC House / Catalina Lanza Castelli + AR Arquitectos

February 22, 2020 Pilar Caballero 0

On a large and with a slight drop land, in a quiet neighborhood and surrounded by green, a single-family house was planned where the design prevails in every detail and its functionality accommodates to the client’s need. Developed on a single floor, practicality, austerity and flexibility are the main components of the proposal, materialized through simple lines and pure forms.

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Studio Morison builds thatched hideaway disguised as a haystack

February 22, 2020 Amy Frearson 0
Mother thatched hut by Studio Morison

Artists Heather and Ivan Morison have unveiled Mother, a thatched hut offering sanctuary and solitude in a Cambridgeshire nature reserve. Installed in the Wicken Fen Nature Reserve, Mother is a deceptively large sculpture, designed to look like the haystacks that were once found all over this part of England. Slender openings reveal that is is actually a

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