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The Tampa Covenant Church in Florida was designed and built with the aim of renovating and incorporating two existing buildings into the design of the newly built church. This was achieved by the addition of an exterior courtyard which joined the buildings harmoniously.
Architects Bonnard Woeffray, with the collaboration of Nuno Ferreira, recently completed the extension to the Bovenier School in Switzerland. The project was commissioned by the Commune de Bovernier in 2008.
The plane house is a summer private residence located on the hill side of Banana Beach in Skiathos island, Greece. The aim of the design was to eliminate the boundaries between the inside and the outside spaces of the house, creating a faded gradient between the in and out.
The Museum of the Holocaust in Los Angeles (LAMOTH) opened to the public in the fall of 2010. The structure, designed by Belzberg Architects of Santa Monica, is built partially underground and covers an area of 32.000sqf.
This single unit home can be found in Almada, south of Lisbon, Portugal. The project is the work of architects Espaco a3, under the supervision of Carlos Pinto Velosa with collaboration by Fernando Pires and Angela Aguiar.
The Art House is a project undertaken by Architects ISV in collaboration with Argyris Mougiakos. The construction serves a dual purpose, as a residence and an exhibition venue for the extensive art collection of the owners.
The restoration and conversion of an old yellow brick lodge into a family home was undertaken by architects Architectural Bureau G. Natkevicius & Partners in 2007. The building is located in Puckoriu, Vilnius, Lithuania.
Living Divani has chosen the best possible business card as the crowning chapter to its first thirty years in design: a brand-new headquarters in the heart of the Brianza district. This is a building meant to express the company's spirit, philosophy, and approach to design ...
One of the largest gifts of modernism to the 20th century residential architecture was the negation and final abolition of the dividing line between the external and internal space of a building.
The i-cube project is a series of compact ‘off the peg’ houses designed by Shinji Kogo of Rats Architects based in Oita, Japan. This is the third construction in the series which has been built in Usuki, Japan.