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Livegreenblog addresses issues relating to sustainable living, spanning architecture, ideas, initiatives, materials, workshops and exhibitions through to landscaping. As a daily source of inspiration based around creativity, it explores the green world by means of exclusive interviews with leading players in the sector and by live reporting of major architectural events. Because Livegreenblog isn't just a blog, it's an approach to the world of architecture that cuts across a multitude of disciplines.

GRAFT completes Charlie Living in Berlin

14-07-2020 - News

GRAFT completes Charlie Living in Berlin

Charlie Living by GRAFT is the largest predominantly residential new build project in Friedrichstadt, in direct proximity to what used to be Checkpoint Charlie. This is an open set of four new buildings standing in one of the last empty spaces along the former strip of the Berlin Wall, in Berlin Mitte.

Villa Copenhagen, refurbishment and reuse

13-07-2020 - News

Villa Copenhagen, refurbishment and reuse

London-based firm, Goddard Littlefair, has transformed the public areas of the Central Post and Telegraph Head Office, a listed, iconic building in Copenhagen, initially built in 1912. It is now known as Villa Copenhagen, and it has been converted into a standout landmark hotel.

Minéral, a new venue by Blanchette Architectes in Montreal

10-07-2020 - Materials

Minéral, a new venue by Blanchette Architectes in Montreal

The Canadian firm Blanchette Architectes recently completed Minéral, the latest project from entrepreneurs and restaurateurs Mathieu Ménard and Steve Grenier, in the heart of Montreal’s Gay Village. A wine bar by day and a nightclub after sundown, this venue welcomes guests with a mood that plays with the use of light and simple materials.

RECENT PROJECTS

LANDFORMhouse, sustainable architecture in Riyadh by theOtherDada

09-07-2020 - Sustainable Architecture

LANDFORMhouse, sustainable architecture in Riyadh by theOtherDada

The latest residential project by the Lebanese architectural firm theOtherDada is located in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. LANDFORMhouse stands out for its landscaping strategy and for the use of a formal language derived from the study of the region’s past indigenous civilization, the Nabateans, proposing a green approach.

Exhibition - MVRDV Haus Berlin

08-07-2020 - Events

Exhibition - MVRDV Haus Berlin

In Berlin, where it all began, the Dutch architecture studio MVRDV presents its German work in an exhibition designed specifically for the Architektur Galerie Berlin, MVRDV Haus Berlin. Partly conceived as a “working office”, the exhibition gives some insight into the past and present German projects of the studio founded in 1992 by Winy Maas, Jacob van Rijs and Nathalie de Vries.

Mansion Liu by Bob Chen Design Studio

07-07-2020 - Design

Mansion Liu by Bob Chen Design Studio

The designer Bob Chen completed the interior design of the house of the advertising executive, Guang Liu, who actively collaborated on the project to craft a tailormade environment. The house revolves around Guang Liu’s penchant for pre-loved objects and reflects its owner’s strong character.

Camp Sarika by Amangiri, retreat in the wilderness of Utah

06-07-2020 - Sustainable Architecture

Camp Sarika by Amangiri, retreat in the wilderness of Utah

A desert retreat with a timeless design in harmony with the environment inspiring it. Camp Sarika is part of the Amangiri resort in the middle of the wild nature of Utah. The camp structures are crafted from recycled plastic designed by Luxury Frontiers, while the central building is by Selldorf Architects.

OPUS ONE by CCD in Foshan

03-07-2020 - Materials

OPUS ONE by CCD in Foshan

The designers of the Chinese studio CCD/Cheng Chung Design have created the cultural pavilion for OPUS ONE, a new development in the Qiandeng Lake area in Foshan, Guangdong. It is all designed so that the new occupants can live in symbiosis with nature, the real luxury in metropolises.

Felix Meritis, renewing the past to take it into the future, by i29

02-07-2020 - News

Felix Meritis, renewing the past to take it into the future, by i29

Felix Meritis is a building on the Keizersgracht in Amsterdam, constructed in 1788 for a society of scientists, artists, entrepreneurs and thinkers. The Dutch architecture firm i29 was commissioned by Amerborgh investment group to revamp its interiors. The design concept is standout, charismatic, inspired by the building’s rich history.

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