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  • Introduction Egue y Seta has once again managed to avoid blank solid walls to favour semi-transparent partitions made of greenery as a more sensuous and bland alternative. With their latest project the studio has proven that just about 10 linear meters of walls are more than enough to articulate the more private areas of the […]


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  • Situated on a courtyard in the 20th arrondissement in Paris, this 50m² artist’s workshop (13m longx3.5m wide x 5m high) was transformed into place of life by the office NZI Architectes (Gianluca Gaudenzi and Sandra de Giorgio). Divided on three half-levels, everyone has a proper function. The bedroom, a real “glass-hut”, dominates the rest of the […]


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Cherokee Mixed-Use Lofts is an urban infill, mixed-use, market-rate housing project. The building is inspired by the series of paintings by the British artist Patrick Hughes titled, “Perspectivity”, whose paintings appear to be ever changing and physically moving while being viewed.  At Cherokee the main architectural feature of this project is the building’s owner-controlled operable […]


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