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  • The Truffle is a piece of nature built with earth, full of air. A space within a stone that sits on the ground and blends with the territory. It camouflages, by emulating the processes of mineral formation in its structure, and integrates with the natural environment, complying with its laws. We made a hole in […]


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  • The site is located right in front of the Chipinque National Park, which is part of the Sierra Madre mountain range. Because of its suburban condition, and the topography of its surroundings, the house must had an sculptural treatment, due to its important presence in the context. Within the diversity of such context, the house […]


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The Arts Pavilion is located in West Kowloon, in the Park on the waterfront with spectacular views overlooking Hong Kong Victoria Harbour. The Pavilion will serve as the primary home for exhibitions and programmes in the run-up to the completion of the main museum building M+. Our project envisions the Arts Pavilion as a place […]


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