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Moxon Architects’ Quarry Studios named Scotland’s best building of 2022

November 30, 2022 Lizzie Crook 0

A small office and cafe that Moxon Architects has hidden within the Cairngorms National Park has been named winner of RIAS’ Andrew Doolan Best Building in Scotland Award for 2022. Named Quarry Studios, the project was hailed by the jury for being “a high quality and tactile building that is full of detail”. Awarded by

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Nhà Ngoc Hà House / Nguyen Khac Phuoc Architects

November 29, 2022 Pilar Caballero 0

Ngoc Ha house was a 4-storey house that’s built 20 years ago, which is dark and damp, easily to pass by without any recognition. The house took place on Hoang Hoa Tham street, Hanoi, with the view toward the B52 lake –  a lake that comes with a historical background.

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Dezeen Agenda features Snøhetta’s “lavishly vegetated” revamp of Philip Johnson’s AT&T building

November 29, 2022 Saudatu Bah 0

The latest edition of our weekly Dezeen Agenda newsletter features Snøhetta’s renovation of Philip Johnson’s AT&T building. Subscribe to Dezeen Agenda now! Snøhetta revamped the postmodern 550 Madison skyscraper in New York, which was previously known as the AT&T building. The studio added a public garden as well as improving ventilation and elevation systems to the 647-foot-high granite-clad skyscraper. Snøhetta

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Quinta Montes Molina Cultural Center / MATERIA

November 29, 2022 Agustina Coulleri 0

This project forms part of the original “Quinta Montes Molina” premises and property, located in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico. The house was originally built in 1906 and became an architectural icon and emblem of Paseo Montejo, the most notorious avenue in the city in which most of the early-century houses were built during the sisal boom.

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Briarcliff Residence / Iannuzzi Studio

November 29, 2022 Bianca Valentina Roșescu 0

Briarcliff is set on a rural 3.5 acres in historic Franklin, Michigan. A house in two acts, it balances an elegant form and facade with a dramatic, playful interior—fitting for a private, close-knit family passionate about music and theater. The home’s design was inspired by the classic form of rural Michigan farmsteads—collections of gabled-roof structures built over generations. These familiar forms connect the home to its historic context but are articulated with modern building techniques and materials and innovative detailing.

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51 White Bed Frames to Brighten Your Bedroom Decor

November 29, 2022 HD Staff 0

White bed frames are a fantastic option for those who like to experiment with different bedding sets and bedroom decor themes – white goes well with so many different palettes. In this post, we’ve collected our favorite white bed frames from across the web. Go glam with a bed frame upholstered in white faux leather, […]

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Filmlageret Community Housing / Spacon & X

November 29, 2022 Andreas Luco 0

Filmlageret Challenges Norms of Architectures and Lifestyles. Spacon & X realize their first large-scale building project. Together with the visionary developer Lennart Lajboschitz and his social revolution agenda, Spacon & X have completed a community living project in Copenhagen, called Filmlageret, for people of all ages.

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SANAA designs Sydney Modern to be “harmonious with its surroundings”

November 29, 2022 Christina Yao 0

Pritzker Architecture Prize-winning studio SANAA has extended the Art Gallery of New South Wales with a series of pavilions that step down towards Sydney Harbour. Set to open to the public on 3 December, Sydney Modern is designed to contrast with the existing art gallery’s 19th-century neo-classical architecture, with the two buildings connected by a

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Leubinger Fürstenhügel Service Station / MONO Architekten

November 29, 2022 Andreas Luco 0

Leubinger Fürstenhügel is one of Thuringia’s most important archaeological monuments. Located next to a central highway, the burial mound dates back to the Early Bronze Age and is considered to be the largest and most well-preserved of its kind. In proximity to the archaeological find, an unusual project, the Leubinger Fürstenhügel service station, links architecture, landscape, and history. Part of the holistic concept was not only the careful emplacement of the structure within the historically significant surroundings but also the integration of an exhibition and an educational path.