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Read Cafe / Gengshang Design

September 21, 2019 舒岳康 - SHU Yuekang 0

Song Emperor Zhao Hengyun said: “Rich families do not have to buy fertile farmland, the book itself contains thousand acres of millet; no need to build house to be a home, the book itself owns gold houses.”

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Dashte Noor’s Gym Building / Narges Nassiri-Toosi

September 21, 2019 Daniel Sánchez 0

This building is one of the public buildings of Dashte noor residential complex in north of Iran which provides body building facilities for the resident. The client’s main demands were two separate halls, being coordinated with the other parts of the complex while being a unique mass.  As a result the concept was designing a building with a dynamic mass which is an integral and a part of the surrounding landscape.

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Ladera Hotel / Estudio Larrain

September 21, 2019 Pilar Caballero 0

The Hotel has a strategic location in Santiago, housed in a residential area between San Cristobal´s Hill and Mapocho River and side park, between nature and residences well known for its cultural events.

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Viewing Platform with Canopy and Amphitheater / OOO “ADM”

September 21, 2019 Pilar Caballero 0

The name of the Siberian town Divnogorsk located 35 km from Krasnoyarsk appeared from a word combination “divnye gory” meaning “amazing mountains”. And indeed the panoramic view from the riverfront captures the imagination! The opposite bank of the Yenisei River appears in front of the audience as a high wall of the spurs of the West Sayan Mountains with expressive rock formations and pine forests.

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“Less, but Better”: Kelly Sawdon of Atelier Ace Explains the Design Behind Sister City Hotel

September 21, 2019 Dima Stouhi 0

Between New York‘s towering buildings and cramped streets, Atelier Ace developed a project unique to its surroundings. Located in Manhattan‘s Bowery neighborhood, the Sister City Hotel project included a four-floor extension to an existing 10-storey structure, as well as a complete renovation of the interior space. The interior design draws inspiration from Scandinavian and Japanese architecture, providing visitors with complete tranquility within New York‘s bustling neighborhood.