The housing project, designed by Benjamin Goni Arquitectos, stands on a sloping hill, rich in native vegetation and is divided into 3 different volumes according to the activities carried out inside, leaving a space as an access patio and making the most of the light and panorama.
The Whitaker Studio, after the great success with the design of the Joshua Tree Residence, again proposes the modular scheme thinking of infinite variables that can be realized in any type of terrain and place and can be easily and quickly assembled
"Flat Eleven" is a small flat redesigned by Pierattelli Architettura, completely reconfigured with respect to the original condition, in which the absence of square metres is seen as an opportunity, with limited space wisely designed.
Massimiliano Locatelli, Locatelli Partners, presented 3D HOUSING 05, the first project in Europe of 3D home printed on site, which explores the infinite possibilities that 3D printers offer in the field of architecture and design
Maggie's Leeds, designed by Heatherwick Studio, was created to provide practical and emotional support for people with cancer, drawing on the belief that unique design and the use of natural materials can help people feel better.
The project was developed by the Architects of Plasma Studio as a parasite that adopts the structure of its host and gradually distorts it to adapt to a unique organisation.
In Gujarat, the Sanghat Studio designs a park based on trees, the need to give them water, to guarantee an ecosystem. The cisterns thus become Architecture, a monument and a place of pilgrimage for the victims of the 2011 earthquake
A "green" volume in the greenery, an old garage is renovated by Act_Romegialli Architects, who transform it into a pavilion used as a kitchen and space for conviviality
Dellekamp Arquitectos designs this community residence in Letrán Valle, Mexico City. The aim was to develop a different concept within the market range, offering a materiality and spatiality above the standards
The main objective of the project, the work of BAAQ' architectural studio, was to generate the least impact of the architecture on the ground, creating four distinct volumes and transferring most of the daily activities to the outdoors
Morphosis Architects proposes a sample room as a renovation of a series of suites for a hotel in Vals. The rooms have been redesigned by re-examining the concept of luxury, focusing on the scale of the furnishings, colour, touch and natural context.
The house, originally from the 1960s, with Scandinavian features of the same period during which the importance of materials, context and function was the focus of design was renovated by Canadian studio Alain Carle Architect.
The Bloot Architetecture studio renovates a holiday home dating back to 1950 in the Netherlands. The house surrounded by nature is expanded with a new wooden volume
The challenge was to conceive a prototype concept as if the "Earls" chain had never opened a restaurant (or 66 to be exact). This is how the concept of "Project 67" was conceived, created by the Ste Studio. Marie and Glasfurd + Walker, to transcend the boundaries
The structure, designed by the fala studio is very enigmatic and open to interpretation. Consisting of a series of plateaus and four facades with distinct characters, made of local wood, the meticulous use of paint clarifies the interpretation of the architectural elements.
Solidarności Square in Szczecin has stood out over the years as a symbol of protest. Thanks to an urban plan, it has been redeveloped with new buildings, including the "Przełomy" National Museum designed by the KWK PromesKonieczny Studio.
The house, located in Hamamatsu, on the southern coast of central Japan, dating back to the early 1980s, is being expanded, with the aim of creating a harmonious blend of old and new, without contrasts.
Belgian architectural studio Poot Architectuur intervenes in the replacement of a roof in a dwelling, obtaining a result that significantly changes the appearance of the back of the building, creating an expansion of the kitchen and a covered terrace
Medical Centre in Ascoli. Glass openings for a futuristic experience, between suspended facades, LEDs and natural light