// arthitectural / religious
  • The new monastery of Saint Catherine of Siena has been built beside the old monastery that inhabited these dominican nuns of Paterna and that after the move it was demolished. The new building, modern and functional, picks up all the needs of the congregation and adapts to the daily life of these cloistered nuns, that […]


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  • Saint Roch de l’Achigan is a small farming community eighty kilometres north of Montreal. The community’s historic convent, built in 1881, is a landmark visible at great distances across the surrounding countryside. Located in the village center, the old convent is a building of important heritage value, a symbol of community and a source of […]


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Built in 1887, the Saint-Anicet Church is located on the shores of Lac Saint-François, one hundred kilometers south-west of Montreal. As with many churches in Quebec, the congregation of Saint-Anicet had significantly diminished in number over the preceding decades, but the small community mobilized to preserve and transform the nave of its church into a […]


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Situated on a courtyard in the 20th arrondissement in Paris, this 50m² artist’s workshop (13m longx3.5m wide x 5m high) was transformed into place of life by the office NZI Architectes (Gianluca Gaudenzi and Sandra de Giorgio). Divided on three half-levels, everyone has a proper function. The bedroom, a real “glass-hut”, dominates the rest of the […]


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Grand Park Orchard is more than a hotel; it is a comfortable haven, a resort and a lifestyle centre – all rolled into one. It is located at the crossing between Orchard Road and Bideford Road, a natural site to capture the attention of passing human and vehicular traffic. Exploiting this iconic position, Grand Park Orchard’s new design concept was to create an alluring appeal that is idiosyncratic, […]


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The 60sqm apartment has been obtain restoring an ex stable of a ‘700 chalet in the heart of a small village called Pragelato in the Turin’s Alps in North Italy. The vary suggestive atmosphere is created by the double stone vaulted ceiling. The project intention was to do not touch the shell, but to leave the eye to […]


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