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  • The design combines an effort to preserve as much of the existing building with a single construction measure in the alpine landscape. The facade reflects its surroundings, creating a landmark identity without distracting from the mountain scenery. From the aerial cableway, visitors directly access the central reception area. Vertical circulation is provided by a generous […]


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  • Situated in a prime location and surrounded by great natural beauty atop a small hill, this exquisitely charming four-star Hotel was built from a restored Baroque Manor built in the late eighteenth century (1749) in line with the countryside, covering a magnificent property with 22,000 meters (2.2 hectares). Today it is a beautifully restored Baroque […]


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Singapore’s economy thrived during the 19th century as it became a primary South East Asian trade port, and the piers of Marina Bay performed as a locus for commerce, a site for the arrival and embarkation of goods, and, correspondingly, as an intersection point for culture. Pier operations ceased with the construction of the Marina […]


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Three Harbour Green represents the last tower to be developed in this corner of Coal Harbour, an area of the city that houses numerous residential towers of architectural excellence in the last decade. This crown jewel completes a three-tower scheme, overlooking Stanley Park, the north shore mountains, and fronting 7 acres of waterfront park space. […]


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The garden is located on the southwest coast of Portugal, in Herdade da Comporta, Alentejo, which is an outstanding and diverse landscape mosaic with high ecological and cultural value. It is worth mentioning the dune system with psammophilous pioneer vegetation, as well as maritime and umbrella pine woods. This mosaic is complemented by agricultural areas […]


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The pieces in this series look like they weren’t made by hands, but have grown to their present form organically. They might be the result of a mutation in cells, or the result of a chemical or nuclear reaction. Perhaps it’s a virus or bacteria that has grown dramatically out of scale. The Mutation pieces […]


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