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  • 10. Matali Crasset – The feral house In the heart of the Meuse (55), in Lorraine, tucked within the 5000-hectares forest of the villages Dompcevrin, Fresnes-au-mont, Lahaymeix, Nicey-sur-Aire, Pierrefitte-sur-Aire and Ville-devant-Belrain, along the Sentier du Vent pathway, the designer matali crasset has designed and built four feral-type houses, her “maisons sylvestres”. The cabins are centrally-positioned […]


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  • aLL Design’s visually striking residential tower is intended to fill the unsightly gap on London’s south bank skyline and provide wonderful views across the river Thames. Heliport Heights will rise 15 storeys above the existing four-storey building using stilts, a first for London, allowing existing tenants to remain in-situ. The existing building will be refurbished, […]


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DOS architects’ latest creation is a stunning design for the start-up creative agency MAD London, headed by Jefferson Hack, founder of Dazed & Confused magazine. DOS’ intervention was to design the top 2 floors of this Industrial building in the ever trendy area of Old Street. The intention was to preserve the industrial character of […]


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