// arthitectural / working space
  • The Sahibinden.com project is an office in the Bostancı district on the Asian side of Istanbul, with a total area of 5000 m² spread over two floors. The office has been designed in accordance with the spirit and corporate stance of this technology company to enhance employee productivity and overall comfort. Creating a working space […]


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  •             Corstorphine + Wright have worked closely with Network Road to transform the Westwood Leadership and Development Centre. It was originally built in the early 1990’s for Cable and Wireless who at that time were at the forefront of mobile telephones and its infrastructure. The building was opened in 1993 […]


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DOS architects’ latest creation is a stunning design for the start-up creative agency MAD London, headed by Jefferson Hack, founder of Dazed & Confused magazine. DOS’ intervention was to design the top 2 floors of this Industrial building in the ever trendy area of Old Street. The intention was to preserve the industrial character of […]


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Surrounded by various buildings, the only interesting sight offered at the back, sloping meadow crowned by the castle and the ruins of the church (at the time of writing the project). This situation pushes introversion: A south facing L, defined by a concrete volume of copper cover, which protects against northern winds and noises of […]


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The owner’s brief for his residence seems at first rather simple – his bedroom on ground floor, another bedroom for his mother and sister on second floor, a large interior living space, and an outdoor terrace for the mother who enjoys outdoor leisure. However, a great challenge comes with the site location. The plot is […]


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Located in a unique and singular place, the area where this beach restaurant exists, was the target of a restructuring plan for the coastal resort of Praia da Rocha – Portimão, in southern Portugal The intervention in this space reflects the “sasha beach” concept, relying on assumptions of “versatility” and “changeability” of physical space, given […]


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