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  • Designs for the Sleuk Rith Institute – a new institution and genocide memorial in the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh – have been unveiled. The institute brings together a museum, research centre, graduate school, document archives and research library. The vision of Youk Chhang, a tireless human rights activist and investigator of the Khmer Rouge atrocities, […]


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  • Occidens museum takes place into the Pamplona’s cathedral complex, crossing various spaces of different times: archaeological excavations II c fC-VIIIc aC, Romanesque palace, XI c, Archbishop’s Palace XII c, and the gothic constructions of the Archdeacon palace of the XIV-XVI c. NARRATIVE PROJECT AND VARIOUS ATMOSPHERES The Museum is conceived as a narrative project closer […]


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The project takes a similar scale to the folk resident of the neighbor block, and becomes integrated with the historical blocks. New buildings surround the ancient workshop, and make it stand out by adding shading around the preserved building in an arm-around gesture.   Rebirth brick and composite bamboo are taken as major building material, […]


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Our project is in a privileged topographic situation, due to its visual condition of greater height in relation to the surrounding neighbors. This allows the house to enjoy excellent vistas towards the National Park of Chipinque in the south, as well as towards all of the east, which is dominated in the horizon by the […]


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Situated within the iconic International Finance Center in Central, Hong Kong, the owner’s one key requirement for the design was to ensure that respect was paid to the reputation and location of the space. The designer believed that considering the relationship between the office interior and the office surroundings was fundamental to achieving the balance […]


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This small pavilion is an extension of the hospital of Sant Pere de Ribes (Barcelona). MIRAG had the will of creating a more domestic space for patients with a terminal disease. The patients can use a welcoming private space where they have a ‘relation area’ and a ‘personal area’ with visual contact with the countryside […]


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