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  • Center for higher education and university researches of Le Havre The building is made of two twin elements, side by side, centralizing three establishments: the campus of Sciences-Politiques for undergrad education and the two schools SPI (Sciences for engineers) and INSA-Civil engineering. We eventually proposed to group together the three institutions in two different entities unified […]


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  • Green oases and distinctive design Town dwellers need high-quality green space to enhance their living experience. HOSPER has produced a proposal for development of the grounds of the Zonnehuis care home in Amstelveen into a lively green pedestrianised area. The various buildings on the site are linked by a square paved in a distinctive design […]


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Seattle-based landscape architects Gustafson Guthrie Nichol (GGN) and New York-based architects Davis Brody Bond (DBB) are pleased to announce their selection as winners of the National Mall Design Competition for Union Square. The competition, organized by the Trust for the National Mall, was a three-stage process through which a jury of eight esteemed professionals selected a […]


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