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The New Functional Spaces in The D. Dinis Secondary School Complex

September 18, 2014 |

The D. Dinis Secondary School is a school in Lisbon, Portugal, which was as of late modernized by Portuguese studio Bak Gordon Arquitectos. The first structures are run of the mill of the schools inherent Portugal amid the 70’s, which … Read More

Baku Flame Towers: A Unique Focal Point on Baku’s Skyline

September 18, 2014 |

Baku Flame Towers is a project by Azinko Development MMC. HOK were selected as the architect, DIA Holdings the design and fabricate foremen and Hill International as the project chiefs. Known as the ‘region of eternal fires’, Baku’s long history … Read More

Kofunaki House, The Connection in the Middle of Man and Nature

September 4, 2014 |

Kofunaki House is a flabbergasting family home in Shiga, Honshu Island. It has a total surface of 1,424 square feet and is sorted out on two levels. The Japanese studio ALTS Design Office designed this endeavor. The thought driving the … Read More

China’s First Design Museum, Shekou Museum, Will Be Designed By A Japanese Architect

September 4, 2014 |

The Victoria & Albert Museum (V&a) will collaborate with designer China Merchants Group on substance for the Shekou Museum in Shenzhen designed by Tokyo organizer Fumihiko Maki. The Japanese modeler, who was regarded the Pritzker Prize in 1993, uncovered models … Read More

When Listing The House, You Should Aware Of These 4 Factors in The Interior Design

September 4, 2014 |

Why do a couple of homes wait available for months — or years — while others are chowed down on in a matter of days? While much of it have to do with expense and close-by stock, a whole have … Read More

The Klein Bottle House: A House That Embrace The Origami Viewpoints

September 4, 2014 |

The Klein Bottle house is orchestrated on the Mornington Peninsula 1.5 hrs drive from Melbourne. It is spotted inside the tee-tree on the sand edges, a short partition from the wild 16 sunny shore. The event home is named after … Read More

Implying the Library of Birmingham as A Public Palace

September 3, 2014 |

Dutch studio Mecanoo has completed Europe’s greatest open library in Birmingham, England, with an indented amphitheater, roof nooks and a sparkling front clad with interlocking metal rings. Sandwiched between a 1930s building and a 1960s theater, the new Library of … Read More

House in Jingumae: A Reflection of Common Demands of Urban Residents

September 3, 2014 |

Tokyo studio PANDA has finished the House in Jingumae, an opened boxy family house onto a plot sewed in by diverse living courses of action on every one of the four sides. PANDA studio, whose past assignments join a house … Read More

The Lussy Sports Hall is Drawing Inspiration from the Vernacular Architecture

September 3, 2014 |

Virdis Architecture designed Lussy Sports Hall for a school in Châtel-Saint-Denis, basically outside Lausanne, and clad it in vertical pine props to show up. The recreations anteroom is set at the foothills of the Alps and enveloped by gently inclining … Read More

Maison P+C: A Smart Residence Without Comprimise in Appearance

September 3, 2014 |

Designed by Argenton sur Creuse, Indre, France, the Maison P+C takes makes in the south inclining game plan. The 326 square-foot residence was designed by Atelier Alassoeur Architecture. Past manager dominatingly possessed street level and storage space. By then, walled … Read More