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  • Apart from its mere built container, a school is nothing more than a place where teaching and learning take place. This project, therefore, reflects the desire to interact with the city, revealing the flows and activities that occur within the immediate environment of the site. Moreover, this school converges with the work of the Xamfrà […]


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  • The new Science and Technology classroom and laboratory building at the Foote School in New Haven was designed by Maryann Thompson Architects to be a state of the art sustainable facility. The building uses both common sense passive strategies as well as active renewable energy systems to create a building that is a dynamic teaching […]


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‘A home of creativity, innovation and entrepreneurial activity that will be essential to the city’s regeneration’ – that was the aim of the dynamic new University of Wales, Newport – City Centre Campus, in the UK. The building design uses the characteristics of the site, a narrow strip of land adjacent to the river and in close proximity […]


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The house reflects the Mediterranean origins of its owners. The characteristic types of the “atrium”, the “basilica”, the “tower”, the “cupola” are re-interpreted to fit into the Northeastern landscape and climate. The house is broken in several different volumes, each one expressing its programmatic function but also, its location in relation to the site and […]


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