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" The architects of Project Orange reclaim unused spaces in an old factory at 192 Shoreham Street in Sheffield, England. The project adapts spaces originally built in Victorian times for use as a bar/restaurant and raises them with a duplex structure to contain office space, making the project into an urban landmark. "
" There are some interesting similarities and differences between Mies van der Rohe’s important Farnsworth House project and the clubhouse recently built by Chinese architect Hua Li. If we look at the design and the choice of structural and cladding materials, we can see how the contemporary project stands out from the masterpiece of the past to which it pays homage. "
" Alfredo Cano Briceño shows the world of design that it is possible “to make something out of nothing”, constructing a sustainable building using recycled materials with a high expressive potential, in a contemporary project in which architecture is at the service of art and culture in the context of a place of entertainment. "
" Scandinave Les Bains Vieux Spa allows people to experience the benefits of water therapies, conveyed by interior architecture through a succession of walls and floors which are never the same, bearing the highly personal mark of Saucier+Perrotte studios. "
" Concentrating on the choice of soft parameters, the firm D73 (Vismara and Viganò) has re-qualified a sports centre by including a spa area among its services and characterising it with high-tech stone surfaces by Ariostea enhanced by grazing light from spotlights. "