Source: Mary Duggan website Photography: Nick Dearden – building narratives The studio is a new independent structure carefully positioned within the grounds of a small contemporary house. As well as the music studio, the project consists of hard and soft landscaping which includes a serpentine route from the street and a newly planted garden.
Fuente: Santa&Cole Fotografía: Iris Humm Una línea de luz y una fina lámina, en tenue pero eficaz levedad. Equilibrio entre poesía y razón, Lámina es un sistema que defiende las bondades de la luz reflejada con formas sencillas, evidentes, en distintos formatos y pantallas que nada esconden y todo lo muestran.
source: KAAN architecten photography: Simone Bossi KAAN Architecten was commissioned by the Netherlands War Graves Foundation (Oorlogsgravenstichting) to design a multifunctional building commemorating the Dutch victims during the Second World War and more recent international conflicts, in Loenen near Apeldoorn. Harmoniously blending with the surrounding forest, the building is a layered and connecting element betwe
Source: BAU Photography: BAU, MX Reflexion, Patrice Nin, Xavier Boymond Previous state The imposing Romanesque basilica Saint-Sernin, whose history is intimately linked to that of Toulouse, is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A masterpiece of Romanesque art and one of the best preserved and the largest Romanesque church in Europe. One of the best ways to fully appreciate a medieval church is to stroll around i
Fuente: Lluís Clotet, Premio Nacional de Arquitectura, El Croquis 1983 Pantelleria es una paqueña isla italiana situada entre Sicilia y Túnez. La zona esta protegido paisajísticamente por unas estrictas ordenanzas que prohiben la implantación de nuevos edificios y permite únicamente la amplición de las antiguas construciones agrícolas denominadas «damuso». Máximo con una nueva construcción de una superficie igual a l
Source: Solanellas Van Noten Meister The rural municipality of Weisslingen is characterized by a very fine-grained, loose development, surrounded by an impressive landscape. The strong topography plays a strong role in the character of the village and is particularly marked by the Tösstal towards the north and the Kempttal towards the south. The new multi-generational residential building with common rooms for
Source: Gonzalez Haase For the second Berlin branch of Aera – a gluten-free bread manufacturer and café located at Rosenthaler Platz – the architecture duo Gonzalez Haase AAS designed a space that takes full advantage of its prominent location by being impossible to overlook. The entire depth of the new store is made visible through a large storefront window, allowing its rich Lapis Lazuli blue interior to take centr