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David Brownlow Theatre by Jonathan Tuckey Design

Jonathan Tuckey Design has completed a new theatre in the grounds of
a school in south east England. True to the practice’s commitment to ‘building on the built’, for which it has earned an international reputation, the new theatre plays a vital role in repairing and enhancing the existing campus.

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BOSC HOUSE by Joan Poca Arquitecte

The house distributes its weight in 43 14x14cm laminated wood pillars that rest on metal piles punctured to the ground surgically without earthworks. These pillars will continue to climb inside, branching out into beams and braces and reproducing spaces and widths similar to those of the forest outside.

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Enignum Locus Chairs by Joseph Walsh

The works shown within the Opus portfolio are largely one-of-a-kind pieces, created for site-specific commission or exhibition. Each of the works in the six series illustrated – Enignum, Lumenoria, Lilium, Exilumen, Eximon and Erosion – has been realised through an intuitive engagement with form, materials and making.

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Mazanka Apartment by Makhno Studio

Mazanka is an apartment in a Kyiv skyscraper with a view of the Dnipro river, where ancient construction technologies were used. In the Ukrainian language, мазанка (mazanka) means a small village house built of wood, clay, and reeds. The name comes from the word мазати (mazaty) — to cover something with a layer of clay.

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Villa Holtet by Atelier Oslo

The starting point for this task was a typical challenge in Oslo: densification in an area of existing single family houses. The plot was a lovely old garden, but a flat terrain and a relatively tight situation gave a limited view.

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Columbia Building by Skylab

The Columbia Building supports the City of Portland’s Bureau of Environmental Services. Housing workspace, a visitor reception area, and public meeting spaces, the 11,640-square-foot building not only supports the engineering department of the wastewater treatment facility but also functions as an immersive educational experience, all integrated within a sustainable landscape.

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Casa Witiza by Beatriz Alés Atelier

The historic Tercio y Terol quarter was designed by Rita Fernández Queimadelos and constructed during the 1940s in the Carabanchel area of Madrid. Originally a Francoist social housing project for families of limited means, it is now protected as part of Madrid’s urban heritage.
Casa Witiza is one of the 640 terraced houses which comprise the project.

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Calçada House by Ren Ito Arq

Calçada House is located in Vila de Paraíso in the north of Portugal. There were existing house from 18th century and several annex buildings with several trees in old manor with 5000m2.

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Melt Mirrors by Bower Studios

The Melt Collection captures the story of a series of objects that have undergone a transformation.
Table tops, chair seats, wall mirrors; softly slumped over their respective rigid frames, supporting them into their final, functional resting place.

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M07 by MINIMO

MINIMO is really happy to present you our latest work, M07. In this project we have we turned into a house an old office located in the ground floor of a 19th century building, in a classic neighbourhood of Madrid.
“The project brings domestic warmth to the house, former office, unifying the common spaces in a large longitudinal room”

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New House in the Old Garden by Kaa-studio

We wanted the house to fit gently between the surrounding houses of the original built-up area and the trees of the old garden, to be able to take advantage of the views and natural resources, and the house to function well naturally in terms of heat and economics, without current artificial “passive standards”.

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Zeug by Michael Schneider

Mono Zeug is one of the most original flatware of the present.
It was developed by designer Michael Schneider and was launched on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the family business, in 1995.

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Barn in the hills by Architettura Tommasi

Near the Valli Toffan lakes located within the Euganean Hills Park, the Tommasi Architecture studio has redeveloped an old barn. While on the one hand there was the need to respect the morphology of the building, on the other there was the need to find design solutions that reflect contemporary needs.

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The Auburn Apartments by Splinter Society

Appropriately named for its bronze veil which captures the euphoric afternoon light like the golden leafy trees that line the streets of Hawthorn, The Auburn is a series of individual homes which share a glistening facade. Working with a client who is both the developer and builder, the design utilises construction expertise to create a point of difference in the bespoke multiresidential market.

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Apartamento na Almirante Reis by BALA atelier

By intervening on a roof space, more specifically in the attic of a building dating from 1906, in the 21st century, a dialogue is established between the different times and ways of living, but also between the respective construction methods that should coexist harmoniously.

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Kollur by NUR Design Studio

Pouf with character
The idiom has taken its inspiration from the known water towers that is seen all over the United States. By transforming this iconic shape into a comfortable pouf with space enough to two or three persons at the time, this creates a great seating position.

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87 Kinnerton St by Well St Studio & Turner Works

Tucked away on a quiet hidden street behind Knightsbridge road and comprising part of historic Georgian mews building within the Belgravia Conservation Area, the project at 87 Kinnerton St sees the refurbishment and extension of the property over three storeys.

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Lumenoria Table by Joseph Walsh

The works shown within the Opus portfolio are largely one-of-a-kind pieces, created for site-specific commission or exhibition. Each of the works in the six series illustrated – Enignum, Lumenoria, Lilium, Exilumen, Eximon and Erosion – has been realised through an intuitive engagement with form, materials and making.

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