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  • The swimming pool of the neighborhood Kibitzenau in Strasbourg, which was first opened in 1965, has an Olympic pool with 8 lanes. Besides its function as a public swimming pool, it is used by the professional swimmers of the Alsace region and the local water polo team. As part of the renovation, the pool was […]


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  • The client family who lives on the ground floor of an apartment villa, commissioned the redevelopment on the south side of the existing building. The client has a functional disability and is restricted to a wheelchair. He lives with his wife, three children, and a dog. The existing “Villa Dular” is a typical modernistic villa originally […]


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The project, concerning the volumetric extension and the renovation of XIX century three-stories building, is an occasion to understand the possible expressive relations and potentialities of the contrast new/old. The pre-existing building, lying on the rocky morenica hill, is expression of the local architectural traditions, such as the bearing walls built in brick and stone, the pitched wood roof, […]


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Coins represent a real versus a nominal value. History shows that ancient coins represent a real value of the material. Currently value is based on agreements. This project shows the transformation of function and value related to the material. Coins are reduced to an outline showing their new value as being jewelry. This everyday object is reshaped and […]


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Situated on a narrow block is a playful arrangement of contrasting materials and forms in this two-storey residence. An organic timber clad structure in landscaped surrounds is the prelude to the floating concrete box of the main residence. Whilst the external form of this home manifests itself as this box framing the first floor volume, […]


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In late 2008, the largest biennial of international contemporary art ever organized in the United States, exhibited 81 artists in museums, historic buildings, and found sites throughout New Orleans. The welcome center structure created for this art biennial is housed in one of these found spaces – a historic warehouse in downtown New Orleans – […]


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