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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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  • Modern Vilnius presents itself as the city of two contrasting parts standing for two different worlds: a famous historical part, the Old Town protected by UNESCO, with its exceptional aura of dozens of churches and various cultural sights, created through centuries, and the other – residential/sleeping districts, mainly built during the Soviet years. The latter […]


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The Dominican monastery in Ptuj boasts more than 800 years of history, which is, in various degrees of apparentness, expressed in its building structure. The Dominicans came to Ptuj in the early 13th century, when they were given a plot within the city walls, at the very edge of the west corner. Ptuj Performance Center […]


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Situated on the outskirts of Cretas, Spain the Round House follows the grand tradition of country villas sited within an idyllic landscape. Approached along the edge of a dense forest and the Parc Natural dels Ports beyond, the Round House emerges as a singular object amongst a grove of almond trees. The house consists of a […]


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The original space lacked quality, but the direct access from the street level to the second floor, together with its balcony magnificent views, revealed the apartment’s exceptional character.  Adapting the existing to acquire a modern character, embracing the light and views of the Tagus and creating an abstract interior where the goals.  Functionally, we changed […]


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Sustainable construction The physical location of the two buildings, constructed in the heart of an urban islet, and resting atop the university parking lots, confronted us with a complex exercise in conceiving and planning our operation. Vertically, a reduction in the height of the amphitheaters would contribute to an improved perception of their whole. Within […]


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