// arthitectural / eco
  • Astana City Vision is the project for a new facility capable of accommodating up to 30,000 residents, workers and visitors. This project finds its right place in the young and lively capital of Kazakhstan, where urban development is carefully administered especially in anticipation of the upcoming international events in which the city is called to […]


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  • The ‘’Gecekondoo’’ project, developed by Sinan Logie, is an urban activist answer to the ongoing Urban Operations in Istanbul, Turkey.  ‘’Gece Kondu’’ (literally: Landed overnight) defines Turkish informal dwellings. Born during the industrialization period of the country, after 1946, these houses mimicking the Turkish rural habitat can be seen in the country’s urban areas.   […]


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“In a city of concrete, a city stranger to green spaces, a city where sidewalks like roads have been carjacked, a city where a dark smog looms over daily, youʼd figure, thereʼs more to rooftops than rooftop bars”. Quoting Sir Mark Sykes, on his last visit to Beirut. Beirut is a concrete and pollution mayhem. […]


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The Kearsarge Residence is a major renovation of the 1968 M.G. Residence by the Romanian-American mid-century modernist architect Haralamb H. Georgescu. Located on a flag lot in Brentwood, California, the site for the Kearsarge Residence has a unique character as a forest within the city. The challenges of working on a historic architectural home is one […]


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Ramón Esteve inaugurated his Author’s Space at the XXII International Exhibition by L’Antic Colonial, Porcelanosa Group As every year, L’Antic Colonial and Porcelanosa Group present the latest news before the expectant look of professionals, visitors and media at the XXII International Architectural Exhibition. An unmissable event taking place from 2nd to 6th February and is […]


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The house reflects the Mediterranean origins of its owners. The characteristic types of the “atrium”, the “basilica”, the “tower”, the “cupola” are re-interpreted to fit into the Northeastern landscape and climate. The house is broken in several different volumes, each one expressing its programmatic function but also, its location in relation to the site and […]


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