// 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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HOSPER has been working on the Park of Luna for the past ten years, from the masterplan phase up until implementation. In collaboration with the municipality, Nelen and Schuurmans and DRFTWD this resulted in the development of an attractive recreational area with several activities and a naturally purified swimming lake as it’s central element. The […]


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The museum is a landmark that will trigger the complete landscape of white horse lake. A very respectiful but at the same time very colourful and recognasible landmark the surroundings will play a very important and interactive role in the project. It will be transformed in some kind of magic land that will enhance the […]


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Based on our initial reading of the site we took the opportunity to maximize the quantity of units on the beach. This approach has permitted the introduction of new unit types with the spatial adjacencies of a village. What has emerged, in addition to the typologies, is a response that is simultaneously building and landscape; […]


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