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In the dynamic and diversified world of global architectural design, you will find inspiration and input that will fuel your passion for the built environment. Discover all the architecture projects selected by the editorial team of arkitectureonweb and be inspired by the images of these examples of architecture in the world, whether they are pioneers of their time or have become iconic.

Architectural dialogue between cedar and metal for the Hiyoku home, a backdrop of Japan's snow-capped mountains

Architectural dialogue between cedar and metal for the Hiyoku home, a backdrop of Japan's snow-capped mountains

Hiyoku, a two-story private home 2 km west of the city of Niseko, opens its view to the Shiribetsu River and ski slopes surrounded by the trees of the mountains in the distance and ideally blends with Japan's mountainous landscape

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Habitability and ecology maximized in a high-density way of living: the Davison Collaborative project

Habitability and ecology maximized in a high-density way of living: the Davison Collaborative project

Davison Collaborative represents a way we can use the existing housing stock more efficiently, while positively changing the character of urban suburbs for future generations

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Solid wood vacation home. Shape and colour interact with the surrounding buildings

The architect Stefan Schweighofer is the author of the Kaltenbrunnen house, located in Austria, which was created from the foundations of an old container building from the 1980s, with shape, proportions and orientation based on the building context in which it is located.

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S-House made of wood and concrete for a contemporary and sustainable living space

S-House made of wood and concrete for a contemporary and sustainable living space

S-House, an elongated architecture nestled in the ground, a concrete basement for the ground floor and a light and natural wooden structure for the upper floor. Two distinct areas that give privacy to different activities despite the large openings to the outside

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The "blue whale" which takes students on a journey into the ocean of knowledge

The Bibliotheater in Shanghai is the centerpiece of OPEN's latest project: a library, a theater and a black box weave together like a Chinese puzzle to form this distinctive building that some call "the blue whale" while others see it as an ocean liner

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museum urban square ceramic cladding

Museum and urban square in Poland. Architecture follows the topography creating a third dimension

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.

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Wooden pavilion in the mountains

Norwegian Pavilion on the outskirts of a National Park. Shelter for mountain guides and visitors

On the outskirts of the Dovrefjell National Park lies a pavilion with a panoramic view of the mountain, designed by the Snøhetta studio, a refuge for school groups and visitors while the guides talk about the unique history of the Dovre Mountain plateau.

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Wooden chapel

A chapel with a primitive shape among vineyards, lagoons and hills. Simple and austere architecture

The MAPA architecture studio designs a chapel integrated into the landscape in Sacromonte, Spain. An architecture that blends with the environment taking the sensory experience of nature to a whole new level.

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Progetto CH, a private residence intertwined with cosy interiors and verdant outdoor spaces

Progetto CH, a private residence intertwined with cosy interiors and verdant outdoor spaces

Between exposed concrete partitions and walls made of structural wood, in Project CH, 750 square metres of private residences become large, welcoming spaces with a family atmosphere in constant contact with nature

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Being reinvented and reborn for a more innovative and sustainable world: Aurora

Being reinvented and reborn for a more innovative and sustainable world: Aurora

Aurora is an installation that combines design, science and industry to collaboratively imagine and create sustainable innovations capable of harmonizing product, nature and life

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The Presence in Hormuz, the island that swells with rainbow-coloured domes

The Presence in Hormuz, the island that swells with rainbow-coloured domes

The land on the island of Hormuz swells in order to make room for countless colourful residential dwellings: a private institute promotes a series of urban developments in order to strengthen the island's local community

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The Tiing: concrete and bamboo for a boutique resort in Bali

The Tiing: concrete and bamboo for a boutique resort in Bali

The Tiing, the connection. These traditional materials and construction techniques, combined with a solid conceptual structure, allow architect Nic Brunsdon to blend the new architecture into its local context

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Mi Casita, New York City's school with a turquoise interior

Mi Casita, New York City's school with a turquoise interior

Mi Casita Preschool and Cultural Center aims to be a "home away from home," fostering the coexistence of different cultures residing in Brooklyn through graphic elements referring to home and the city

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Light House a pavilion for the Field of sparks Artweek in Hungary

Light House a pavilion for the Field of sparks Artweek in Hungary

The Light House pavilion, built in the small Hungarian village of Ipolytarnóc, is part of the "Field of sparks" art project, an initiative created to promote this "forgotten" geographical area and make it more attractive to the public

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A wooden tower-house as a contemporary and sustainable answer to the traditional farms

A wooden tower-house as a contemporary and sustainable answer to the traditional farms

In the village of Frastanz - Gampelün in Austria, in the midst of majestic pre-existing country dwellings, stands a wooden tower-house with a structure made entirely from trees on the client's property, cut at a propitious lunar phase. All the material used for the construction was produced within a maximum radius of 50 kilometers from the site

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Architectural design for living spaces in well-being

Architectural design is crucial as it goes beyond creating spaces, shaping the surrounding environment, influencing well-being, urban functionality, and cultural connection. In addition to meeting practical needs, architectural design expresses identity, reflects values, and contributes to the aesthetic quality of the world. It influences daily life, promotes efficiency, and can inspire positive changes in society.