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UID: a home between the earth and the sky in Fukuyama

23-10-2013

UID: a home between the earth and the sky in Fukuyama

Keisuke Maeda (UID Architects) has designed a home that brings together earth and sky. The shape of Node, as the Japanese architect’s latest work is called, incorporates an intersection of the layouts of the two levels, which are linked by a staircase, but the true connection is where the trees grow out of the house, reconciling the natural and built environments.

When a museum adds value to a city. First birthday of MACBA, Buenos Aires.

17-09-2013

When a museum adds value to a city. First birthday of MACBA, Buenos Aires.

MACBA – Buenos Aires Museum of Contemporary Art celebrated its first birthday just a few days ago.

Multifamily house with green plants in Tokyo. Komada Architects.

29-08-2013

Multifamily house with green plants in Tokyo. Komada Architects.

The parsimonious use of space is one of the most important themes in big metropolises.

Baan Dumneon, holiday home in Thailand

19-06-2013

Baan Dumneon, holiday home in Thailand

On the basis of the principles of bioarchitecture, Methus Srisuchart and Ginggal Metchanun have built a holiday home in the Damnoen Saduak district near Bangkok, which they entered in the Next Landmark international architecture contest organized by Floornature. The building’s orientation, use of local materials and the flexibility of the walls permitting natural ventilation are the principles underlining the design of the project, with its form inspired by traditional Thai homes.

Pottgiesser: Maison L, living units surrounded by greenery

08-05-2013

Pottgiesser: Maison L, living units surrounded by greenery

French architect Christian Pottgiesser experiments with a new kind of dwelling for a family living in the countryside outside Paris, combining architecture with greenery. The project’s form and composition allow the concrete construction to fit into the big garden like a work of contemporary art.

Extending a home. La Parva by Elton+Leniz, Cile.

03-05-2013

Extending a home. La Parva by Elton+Leniz, Cile.

Chilean architecture firm, Elton+Leiniz has extended an existing home with a second living unit, keeping both apartments independent without altering the balance of the volumes.

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