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  • In an area of ancient woodland bordering Ashdown Forest in East Sussex the new build house for a private client is set into a hillside overlooking a stream and the Wealden farmland beyond. Arranged over three levels the main living spaces, accessed via a folded steel plate bridge, occupy the middle floor and lead out […]


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  • Being located right on the river Spree’s waterside in the Treptow – Köpenick area, the building is home to the rowing and the canoeing section of Berlin’s oldest gymnastics association, the “Turngemeinde in Berlin 1848 e.V.” Following the flow of functions, the building is orientated from the street side, towards the Spree River. The boat […]


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With one main visual axis commencing from the house, flowing through the pool, and trickling on to the breathtaking horizon, this project is a submission to nature’s greatness. Designed to complement impressive existing rock formations that shape a natural amphitheater, the project succumbs to nature’s legacy, with ever growing and evolving plant life and labyrinthine […]


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Compositional guidelines of the project were based on the location’s advantages and disadvantages, programme rules and ecological and economically sustainable construction. The principal compositional element – hotel rooms’ wing – is twisted to follow the terrain dynamics. A uniform stroke establishes views from every room to various high quality ambients: to the south and east […]


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Dublin Airport’s 75.000 m² Terminal 2 has been designed specifically with the traveller´s needs in mind. The visually striking building makes maximum use of natural daylight, creating bright and airy spaces that are both calm and relaxing. Consideration of passenger movement has been a fundamental aspect of the design development process, the end result being […]


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The site selected for this plan was the outskirts of Onomichi-city-Hiroshima overlooking the Seto Inland Sea. While the place was scenic beauty of coastal view, it was the road congested with traffic towards the land. For this situation, we tried to harmonize this site with the scenery by twisting slab to produce the undulation of […]


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