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The projects of the most authoritative architects on the international scene, selected for you by the editorial team of arkitectureOnWeb. Explore the world of architecture through articles dedicated to them, categorized by type of intervention. A glimpse into the most fascinating projects by famous architects, interior designers, and eco-sustainable solutions. Join our community and be inspired.

LATEST PUBLISHED PROJECTS

Explore the latest frontiers of architecture with the most recent articles dedicated to projects by internationally renowned architects and interior designers. From iconic projects to innovative solutions, our online magazine is your guide to the latest trends and inspirations in the world of architecture.

Modern tropical villa

Modern tropical villa. The design challenges the boundaries between the interior and natural landscape

Architect Alexis Dornier designs a tropical villa in Bali, Indonesia, with modern forms, characterized by a large polygonal wooden element, which acts as a shading and is an element of transition between the interior and exterior

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The Growing Pavilion and the new aesthetic of organic materials applied to design

The Growing Pavilion and the new aesthetic of organic materials applied to design

The future is "biobased," and more than 75,000 people were able to see it in The Growing Pavilion during Dutch Design Week 2019

Outdoor
The Hermitage of Silence, a meditative place in contact with nature for total privacy

The Hermitage of Silence, a meditative place in contact with nature for total privacy

The Hermitage of Silence will rise in Montiglio in the hills of the Asti region. It will be a structure without foundations to allow it to be moved easily, made of structural poplar plywood, a very light material that goes well with the goal of making it flexible

Architecture

Three New Books on Chinese Urbanization, Large-Scale Design, and Contemporary Architectural Trends

The China Room of Politecnico di Torino, Italy, has recently published three books that study landscape changes caused by urbanization in China, explore processes and hierarchical decisions related to large-scale design, and illustrate the impact of urban creative transformation on contemporary architectural trends

Outdoor
Casa Fly, a house inspired by tradition to experience extraordinary memories

Casa Fly, a house inspired by tradition to experience extraordinary memories

Learning from the local architecture, and from the technique of 'Pedra en sec' declared in 2018 Intangible Cultural Heritage Of Humanity by UNESCO, Casa Fly uses the elements of Majorcan tradition by rethinking them through contemporary architecture and marrying them to simple concepts of energy efficiency based on natural ventilation and the heat storage properties of its massive walls

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From the Yucatan tradition, the urban furniture to stay close to each other in the new canons of the current collective living

From the Yucatan tradition, the urban furniture to stay close to each other in the new canons of the current collective living

The Susana chair is the reinterpretation of an urban furniture that is part of the traditional expression of the Yucatan: the "trust chair", composed of two chairs facing each other, designed for couples so that they could look at each other and talk intimately but at a distance

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National Kaohsiung Centre for the Arts, a majestic architectural tree enshrines the city's artistic life under its protective canopy

National Kaohsiung Centre for the Arts, a majestic architectural tree enshrines the city's artistic life under its protective canopy

The Kaohsiung National Center for the Arts symbolizes the transformation of the Chinese city of Kaohsiung, once a major international port, into a modern and diverse metropolis with a rich cultural climate. The project is located on former military land, and stands as an integral part of the adjacent subtropical park with the intent of positive social impact on Kaohsiung's nearly 3 million residents

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Renovation of a Central Office. The metal facades take inspiration from the industrial vocation of the place

Renovation of a Central Office. The metal facades take inspiration from the industrial vocation of the place

The Central Office stands on Metalo street in Kirtimai, an urban municipality in Vilnius, Lithuania. Its new appearance celebrates the name of the street to which it belongs and the functionality of the building, which in an almost ascetic manner rejects decoration for its own sake

Renovation
A makeover from an early 20th-century barn to a family home in Pennsylvania

A makeover from an early 20th-century barn to a family home in Pennsylvania

"If you're going to go through all these problems, then you're going to want to live there," Daniela Holt Voith, founding partner and design director of Voith & Mactavish Architects, tells her client, referring to the renovation. The early 20th-century barn, used until the intervention as a play and guest space, is adjacent to the farmhouse that has been the family's main home for 25 years

Renovation
Shenzen Gate: a vertical neighborhood more than office and residential towers

Shenzen Gate: a vertical neighborhood more than office and residential towers

The design for the Shenzen Gate called for two towers connected by a plaza in front of the most important railway station in southern China

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hotel among the trees with swimming pool

Hotel built in the trees. The preserved vegetation is part of the architecture

The project of a small hotel that stands among the trees is the work of the Jesus Acosta Arquitectura studio, whose main objective is to preserve as much vegetation as possible while building around it, using local materials

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Exhibition design for Nuno Cera's rich work, Distant Lights, in Sines

Exhibition design for Nuno Cera's rich work, Distant Lights, in Sines

The exhibition title Distant Lights opens the door to Portugal's rather complex history, built on expectations of what comes and goes, to and from the ocean. A history of global and distant, sometimes violent, relationships is significantly anchored in the small town of Sines

The Analog House in California is blending into the landscape between stained glass windows and woods

The Analog House in California is blending into the landscape between stained glass windows and woods

Analog House winds through the undergrowth, deliberately shaped to preserve existing trees and create a protected inner courtyard. Large transparent windows and skylights open the house to the landscape and daylight, and numerous connections between indoors and out connect residents to their surroundings

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Burnt wood and an energetic neutrality in the silky Dutch Black House

Burnt wood and an energetic neutrality in the silky Dutch Black House

An asymmetrical sculptural play of both body and openness, enhanced by minimalist details that provide a powerful luminosity to the space, this is the Black House in Berkel-Enschot clad in burnt wood that gives it a smooth, shiny skin like black silk

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Villa Mylae. The design of a Mediterranean house in the Myth area

Villa Mylae. The design of a Mediterranean house in the Myth area

Villa Mylae was born from the renovation and recasting of two pre-existing buildings, one in masonry from the late nineteenth century, recklessly remodeled over time, and the other in more recent reinforced concrete, born unauthorized then sanitized, and without any architectural connotation. The particular constraining and landscape conditions, combined with the foresight of the client, allowed for design experimentation in an integral and integrated logic

Renovation

Interior Design Projects to Dream and Design

Discover how creative minds shape the future through captivating design projects and intriguing solutions. A journey through architectural spaces for an interesting reflection on technological changes, solutions, and designs related to different methods and cultures.