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  • Skyz would be the new address for contemporary living with its soaring towers at 60m and plush green environs of 9 acres which blends into the high rise urban fabric framing the skyline of Gurgaon city. The project will house 3 BHK condominiums embodied into one of the first integrated townships of Gurgaon. The layout […]


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  • Scott Resnick has announced Foster + Partners as design architect of 551 West 21st Street – a new, 19-story luxury condominium overlooking the Hudson River in West Chelsea. 551 West 21st Street features 44 large-scale residences, including three penthouses. Beyer Blinder Belle is the executive architect. GTIS Partners is the financial partner and Wells Fargo is the  construction lender. […]


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Located nearby Oporto’s seaside area, Living Foz is composed by 40 apartments distributed over 7 floors. Unleashing 30 percent of the plot area for a collective use garden, a relief to the neighboring construction is obtained. The balcony angle articulation creates spaces enriched by contrasts of light and shade, exposure and protection, emphasized by the […]


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The request was to build a tree house… Located on the creek, elevated by pilotis, it is accessible through a bridge and has views at the level of the foliage of trees. The house “breaks” adapting to the slope and differentiating the private and public space within a single enclosure. It also captures the views […]


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