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" Eduardo Souto de Moura, winner of the 2011 Pritzker Prize, is one of Portugal’s most prominent architects. His recent plan for house in Ponte de Lima 3, an house in northern Portugal, ideally represents his poetics of form while at the same time expressing a sense of sustainability based on knowledge of and respect for the history of the place. "
" Romàn Cordero and Izbeth Katia Mendoza Fragoso’s study of cliff dwellings won a prize on the Next Landmark 2014 international architecture contest. Cliff dwellings, the winner in the research category, is a model of a self-sufficient symbiotic structure permitting use of the planet’s vertical surfaces as a human habitat. "
" The winner of the third Next Landmark international architecture contest organised by Floornature is Ellevuelle architetti of Italy, for Casa Esse, a new construction in the countryside near Forlì. Ellevuelle architetti drew their inspiration for the building’s linear layout from the artificial landmarks in the area. "
" The Binh Thanh house is a good introduction to the contemporary architecture of Ho Chi Minh, as seen from the point of view of Vo Trong Nghia Architects, a young but well-established Vietnamese studio. Its characteristic bare concrete façade serves as a sunshade. The work makes use of traditional local forms, interpreted with a view to achieving sustainability. "
" The first project to be built under the Solo Houses programme is a holiday home designed by Mauricio Pezo and Sofia von Ellrichshausen in Cretas, in the Matarraña region of southern Catalonia. An ideal expression of contemporary Chilean architecture, the home subverts the concepts of indoors and outdoors, using the landscape as its spatial horizon. "