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fuse-atelier’s house in tsutsumino is composed of concrete volumes


the building's form contrasts the more orthodox nature of neighboring structures, while a large glazed aperture is presented to the passing street.

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planning korea proposes elevated pods for reinvent paris initiative


titled 'l'air nouveau de paris' - or 'the new air of paris' - the suggested scheme is located above the boulevard périphérique ring road in the city's 17th arrondissement.

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reiulf ramstad’s oslo office features a transparent glass floor


through exposing its timber construction, the transparency serves as a visual reminder of the building's 19th century origins.

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life style koubou arranges sundial house in a radial fashion


united beneath a large slate-clad canopy, the home's unusual layout eliminates the need for corridors and ensures close relationships between each room.

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note-D’s tomoe villas reinterpret traditional indian courtyard houses


the scheme is based on the configuration of a typical indian home, which is conducive to tropical weather in terms of light and ventilation.

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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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