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  • From the architect. Grenswerk, part of the medieval city on the Maas river, is to become the future creative and cultural heart of Venlo. Specifically the parceling, typical of old town structures, was advised by the urban plan of AWG, as being a carrier of new architectural developments. Following zoning regulations, the building envelope has […]


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  • Do you want to relive a great moment? To be literally transported back to a memorable moment experienced yesterday or years ago? Before reading on, discover 3D sound by clicking here (listen with headphones for the maximum surround sound effect). The advent of social networks has given rise to a predominance of looking over listening […]


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The Music Museum master plan design proposes to unify the campus through the voids between buildings – like a caesura in music. The scheme identifies five voids between the buildings to form the overall morphology of the campus. The first void is the ancient garden with existing trees. The second void is the new Music […]


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dekleva gregorič arhitekti was set up by Aljoša Dekleva and Tina Gregorič in 2003 in Ljubljana, Slovenia. They both graduated at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia and continued studying at the Architectural Association in London, where they received Master degree in Architecture with Distinction in 2002. They are co-authors of the book on mass-customisation […]


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This high-tech, post-production campus includes two new structures, Lantana East and Lantana South, connected via landscaped pedestrian zones. Both structures provide extensive underground parking for current tenants as well as visitor parking for nearby developments with an emphasis on flexibility for future tenants and upgrades to technology. Cost effective, low-impact materials such as a natural […]


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The architect’s office heri&salli from Vienna/Austria designed in an apartment of a private building owner a bathroom where mutually alternating fragmentary mirror surfaces and lighting fixtures form a conglomerate like a jigsaw puzzle of an image and a reflection. Sections of the room are more indicated momentarily than carried through. Man nowadays renews almost at will the outer appearance […]


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