Australian architect Luigi Rosselli demonstrates his typological repertoire in the Books House in Sydney. Dug into the escarpment over the harbour in the capital of New South Wales, the building figuratively revolves around the idea of the book and the library.
In Berlin’s green Grunewald district, the architects of GRAFT designed a single-family home offering a surprising modern interpretation of comfortable city living. The façade covering featuring big Fiandre Architectural Surface slabs helps make the home look like a live-in sculpture.
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