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" Redux House by Marcio Kogan and his studio, mk27, is located on the outskirts of the city of San Paolo, Brazil. Redux House has all the typical features of a Marcio Kogan project: concrete floor panels, wooden sunshades, an open floor plan, and plenty of interaction between indoors and outdoors. "
" y+M design’s Rain Shelter House in Yanogo (Japan)is all about the relationship between home interiors and the sense of community. The young Japanese studio y+M design created the Rain Shelter House for a family consisting of a couple, their two children and the grandmother, reflecting on how people share spaces. "
" The young Vietnamese architects of a21studio designed The Nest, a reporter’s home in the Bình Thạnh district of Ho Chi Minh City. Made entirely of metal, The Nest was designed with a lightweight beam and pillar structure covered with a grid that becomes both a fence and a support for luxuriant vegetation. "
" Smerin Architects of England created the Red Bridge House in East Sussex, in southern England. The Red Bridge House is a holiday home designed around the elements of the landscape: the forest, the river and farmland. Smerin Architects make the most of these elements in the homeꞌs internal spatial identity. "
" Alberto Campo Baeza calls it the most radical house he has ever built. The House of the Infinite in Cádiz, an ancient port from which ships set off for the New World, is a manifesto of Alberto Campo Baeza’s poetics. Idea, space and light are expressed in the House of the Infinite, a lookout over the Atlantic Ocean. "