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vincent coste reinterprets 18th century commode with 3D printed design


the project has been entered as part of a competition organized by the palace of versailles, with the winning work forming part of the institution's exhibition - '18th century, birth of design'.

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greenbank park by HYLA architects features a vertical courtyard


a courtyard on two levels sits in the center of this semi-detached residence in singapore.

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reiulf ramstad’s V-lodge serves as a timber retreat in norway


the cabin has been designed to provide comfortable year-round living accommodation for a family of five.

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atelier bow-wow’s shotgun installation references houston’s row houses


the display is the result of an investigative research project by students from rice university's school of architecture.

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COSMO by andrés jaque wins MoMA PS1′s young architects program


the project addresses the estimation that by 2025 two thirds of the global population will live in countries that lack sufficient water.

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zaha hadid + ADPI working on the world’s largest passenger terminal in beijing


the proposed scheme has been developed under the leadership of the beijing new airport headquarters (BNAH), and is based on APDI's initial bid-winning design.

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brick home by tropical space is conceived as a termite’s nest


the dwelling references the configuration of a termitary, with a large communal area at the heart of the home connecting ancillary programs.

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renzo piano integrates vertical greenery at JNBY’s hangzhou HQ


the concept is defined by placing the majority of the program around the site's perimeter in order to create a large protected green space.

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pop brixton: carl turner’s shipping container village nears completion


the project will provide the south london district with new public space, alongside live/work units and retail outlets.

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berg design delineates kinfolk studios in brooklyn with geodesic dome


designed for multidisciplinary design studio kinfolk, the timber structure divides the former car garage into three separate volumes.

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