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Eldridge London’s trefoil-shaped house has a “sense of the theatrical”

April 6, 2020 Amy Frearson 0
House in Coombe Park by Eldridge London grass roof

Curved walls and metallic details bring drama to this family house in southwest London, by architecture studio Eldridge London. House in Coombe Park is located in leafy Kingston-upon-Thames, but offers a departure from the “pastiche neoclassical” buildings of the area. Eldridge London, led by architect Nick Eldridge, designed the 505-square-metre building with a trefoil-shaped plan, meaning

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The Kagerou Village / Tato Architects

April 6, 2020 Andreas Luco 0

The village that appeared and disappeared in the school grounds of a former elementary school like a mirage at the end of summer. The extemporaneous exhibition was created in the schoolyard of a former school, founded by the donations of local citizen’s, now used as an art center.

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My First School / Biome Environmental Solutions

April 5, 2020 Hana Abdel 0

Vaishnavi and Raja established “My first school” with a zeal to improve the quality of education in their hometown of Tiruvanamalai. The school progressed rapidly and needed a larger campus setup-a place which reflected the philosophy espoused. The site chosen is in the outskirts of the city and is surrounded by rice fields and coconut grove. The famous Arunachala Hill of the town Tiruvannamalai is visible from the land.

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Office of Waterworks Gangseo / LIFE Architects + Rohe Architects

April 5, 2020 Hana Abdel 0

Public Layer for Public Office – Waterworks offices are places where many civil servants work and open to all. The aim of the project was to ask, "How can public works facilities have publicity?" We have considered new ways of building
publicity out of the authoritative and restrictive forms of existing public architecture. We redefine the publicity of public buildings in three stages. The three steps are as follows: an efficient connection between new and existing buildings, the facade of a public building, and a park that is easily accessible to everyone.

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Ballarat House / Eldridge Anderson Architects

April 5, 2020 Valeria Silva 0

The site for the Ballarat House is set within a suburban golfing estate on the western fringe of Ballarat. Surrounded largely by an array of ‘off the plan’ project homes, this project seeks to explore the possibilities of these similar constraints whilst offering a conscious and composed architectural contribution.