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  • Background and Limitations This is a 5-storey office design project for an underground utility management and detection company in Shanghai. This office block is a typical modernistic architecture of over 40 years old. It was built by assembling precast concrete slabs onsite, which was a popular building method at that time due to high efficiency […]


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  • Alrisha, shining star Alrisha is another name for the Alpha Piscium star in the constellation of Pisces. The Arabic name means “the rope”: indeed, it is the point of convergence of two ribbons of stars that tie the tails of the fish in the constellation. Now Alrisha is also a lamp, which was conceived and […]


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The cafe enriches a neighbourhood of cafes and restaurants in the Pafos centre. A conversion of an abandoned kebab house, it is the first of its kind, a combination of cafe and patisserie. A projecting strip meanders on the left wall, uninterrupted by glass. It is meant to house art exhibitions, cafe signage and other artwork. […]


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Notes taken from Fausto Ferrara’s sketchbook: “ The project was conceived as a house that would be landlocked and introverted internally. A “world within the world”. The formal features are reminiscent of a “Roman domus”, with a court and a house inside. In order to ensure a greater respect for the surrounding environment, almost all […]


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Richard Meier & Partners is proud to announce their new project in Mexico City. The new Reforma Towers will become a dynamic mixed-use development composed of two towers with offices, a hotel, retail space, restaurants and a fitness center. Mexico City represents one of the most important cultural and commercial centers in Latin America. As the […]


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The final design outcome of this 120 unit 5 storey residential development, belies the challenges that the site poses. The site is like the side of a hill, varying in height of up to 8 metres between the rear of the site to the front of the site. The terrain also rises towards the centre […]


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