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  • MLA+, the international arm of Maccreanor Lavington Architects, has won two competitions for new residential neighbourhoods in China and Russia respectively. The company was selected by China’s biggest residential developer, Vanke China, to design a 150,000sqm scheme in Shenzhen. The project is part of the wider regeneration area of Liuxiandong, a former peripheral industrial site […]


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  • “At a certain garden of which I cannot remember the name, there was an announcement to all magicians of the planet Earth to perform the best trick ever to be seen. Between hundreds of entrants there was a one magician in particular who declared to catch the Sun. Everyone laughed and felt sorry for him. […]


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The experimental house for any place or owner. Environmental sustainability in all decisions. Steel, wood, glass, thermo-acoustic panels. Renewable energies, solar, photovoltaic. Water reuse, vegetation, shades. Propose an ecologically integrated system. Portable, connectable 36-m2 modules. Comprise the habitable space, single-family or collective. Or the temporary, emergency workplace. Horizontal or vertical, community in transformation. Transitory just […]


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