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  • The offices of agency NBJ Architects take seat in the heart of the historic center of Montpellier, near the Prefecture. The building in which the project is established is an 18th Town Building classified Historic Monument. The operation of rehabilitation and transformation of a program of residences into offices able to accommodate a structured architectural […]


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  • Situated at the ground floor of a modest yet historic building benefiting from being located just in front of the small lovely ancient church devoted to Saint Efisio (the town’s worshipped protector), this architectural office features a warm atmosphere in between a working space and one of the cosy living rooms where one could be […]


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The home of architect and partner in C. F. Møller Architects, Mads Møller, was originally built in 1969 and subsequently enlarged by additions in 1978, 1992, 2001 and 2009. The latest extension, a new atelier wing, has been carefully set in the coastal slope, and balanced with an adjacent new guest-wing. The new building and […]


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The Design Philosophy: Architects have long sought to understand what makes one shape more pleasing than another. The square, double square and golden rectangle have stubbornly re-surfaced in treatises of aesthetics since the time of Plato. Leonardo de Vinci’s Vitruvian Man (1490) is perhaps the most recognisable visualisation, followed much later by Le Corbusier’s Modulor […]


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