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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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  • Winning project of the Archi<20 competition’s selection and with a 7000€ budget, this 20 sqm housing prototype has been constructed in a protected natural area in the village of Muttersholtz, in the North-East of France. The pavilion – designed following a simple generative shape, namely a circle – allows the perception of the entire surrounding […]


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Eriksson Architects participated as Leading Planner for a Finnish team together with local Chinese partners in the invited international competition for Tianjin Sino-Singapore Eco-City. Eriksson Architects was one of six shortlisted offices all around the world and in our office more than nine architects worked with the project for three months. Our en¬try “Chrystal Lake” […]


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Design collaboration with Carmen Pardo Foundation reinterpreting one of their top selling “jewelry boxes”. “Is a box with long legs still a box, or does it become a small cabinet instead?” Designers: Egue y Seta | Daniel Pérez + Felipe Araujo Project name: Leggy Box Client: Carmen Pardo Valcarce – Foundation Completed date: 2013 Photographer: Víctor Hugo   


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House ‘M’ is located in a rural area surrounded by mountains in Yamaguchi-Prefecture, Japan.  The clients, a couple who used to work long hours in the busy city, wanted a quiet house in the nature in relation to the rhythm of the sun. This small house (100m2) was designed so that the clients would be […]


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Being located right on the river Spree’s waterside in the Treptow – Köpenick area, the building is home to the rowing and the canoeing section of Berlin’s oldest gymnastics association, the “Turngemeinde in Berlin 1848 e.V.” Following the flow of functions, the building is orientated from the street side, towards the Spree River. The boat […]


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