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  • “A building of such importance and magnitude, located in such a high-profile place, required a clear-cut, accurate, and at the same time dramatic and unique statement. We appreciated that this had to become a milestone event for this city” – share the architects about their project. The project got a thorough and detailed treatment from […]


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  • The swimming pool of the neighborhood Kibitzenau in Strasbourg, which was first opened in 1965, has an Olympic pool with 8 lanes. Besides its function as a public swimming pool, it is used by the professional swimmers of the Alsace region and the local water polo team. As part of the renovation, the pool was […]


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The house representative of the contemporary and  abstract architecture in Jordan. It is challenging  the usual styles that have been dominating the  jordanian homes in the past years. The surprise  element is quite abundant and powerful in the design  of this house, which is located in Al Fuheis mountain area in Jordan. The design is […]


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The destruction caused by the earthquake of August 2007 in cities of Ica’s region (south of Lima) gave us the opportunity to rethink, in a short period of time and in a very special situation, about educative spaces for state schools from a critical approach. We believed that we should direct our critic towards the […]


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