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CM2 Next Ariostea: practical, elegant outdoor surfaces

09-03-2021

CM2 Next Ariostea: practical, elegant outdoor surfaces

Ariostea's CM2 thick ceramic surfaces for outdoor use offer a number of benefits. Easy to install and easy to clean, they drain off moisture and are resistant to stress, atmospheric agents and loads.' The Next collection, a new addition to the CM2 range, offers all the best technical performance of quality porcelain to allow you to focus on aesthetic considerations. An elegant palette of neutral natural hues makes Next easy to combine with trendy furnishings, establishing continuity between indoors and outdoors

Absolute Flower Shop by More Design Office

29-01-2021

Absolute Flower Shop by More Design Office

Chinese firm More Design Office has created a very distinctive flower shop in Shanghai. The Absolute Flower Shop on the ground floor of an old colonial house is a gallery, manmade landscape and secret garden all rolled into one. One room leads to the next, where the neutral colour palette sets the scene for the owner’s floral arrangements.

Enota architects’ indoor swimming pool with a steel and aluminium frame

22-01-2021

Enota architects’ indoor swimming pool with a steel and aluminium frame

An indoor swimming pool that makes use of tectonic differences in elevation to channel and make use of air in summer

Claudio Beltrame designs the new ski school in Tarvisio

21-10-2020

Claudio Beltrame designs the new ski school in Tarvisio

The new ski school in Tarvisio, designed by the Architetto Beltrame Claudio firm of architects, challenges traditional alpine architectural assumptions and reinterprets the classic chalet. The result is a small landmark that plays on the material nature and symbolism of wood as well as on the dynamics of skiing itself.

Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos designs Cité du Théâtre in Paris

30-09-2020

Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos designs Cité du Théâtre in Paris

The project designed by the Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos and Marin + Trottin Architectes architecture studios was named as the winner of the competition for the construction of "La Cité du Théâtre". One of the most important projects of the Grand Paris initiative, the Cité will be set in the Ateliers Berthier built in 1895 by Charles Garnier, the famous architect of the Paris Opera. The project will bring together three famous French institutions from the world of culture: the Conservatoire National Supérieur d'Art Dramatique (CNSAD), the Théâtre National de l'Odéon - Théâtre de l'Europe and the Comédie-Française.

MO de Movimiento, a masterful makeover in Madrid

13-08-2020

MO de Movimiento, a masterful makeover in Madrid

MO de Movimiento is a smart conversion of what was once Madrid’s Espronceda Theatre and part of the old EFE News Agency. Owned by Proyectos Conscientes, the restaurant was crafted by Gonzalo Machado and Mafalda Muñoz with conceptual designer Lucas Muñoz, and is heavily geared towards sustainability, social responsibility and inclusion.

TAO’s Forest Building of glulam, rammed earth and concrete

03-07-2020

TAO’s Forest Building of glulam, rammed earth and concrete

TAO’s Forest Building in Grand Canal Forest Park, near Beijing, China, is inspired by the trees of the forest and made of glulam, rammed earth and concrete.

2020 Prix d'excellence en architecture, Quebec

09-06-2020

2020 Prix d'excellence en architecture, Quebec

The Ordre des architectes du Québec (OAQ) announced the winners of its awards of excellence and distinctions for 2020 online, during a live, interactive gathering. This year’s Grand Prix d’excellence went to the Espace Paddock, designed by Les architectes FABG.

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