// arthitectural / building
  • Building in Bretagne is not always easy. If, in our line of work, nature is a source of infinite inspiration, it can also appear at first glance like an insurmountable challenge that nonetheless we must transform into wealth. For this rescue center, we were confronted by a situation that best illustrates the vital role played […]


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  • Land & Development has completed construction on a new retail development on 6465 Sawmill Road in Dublin, Ohio. The redevelopment project required demolishing of a vacant home is the first retail project completed within the new Bridge Street Corridor (BSC) Sawmill District. The Christoff Group affiliate completed construction of a 3,254sf retail building known to […]


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At Tesdorpfstrasse 8 in Hamburg, near the Dammtor railway station, a new office building has been completed to a design by architects von Gerkan, Marg and Partners (gmp) which meets top energy conservation standards and is likely to receive the gold certificate under DGNB rules. The height of the new seven-storey building is respectful of […]


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Climbing gym Neoliet in Eindhoven, the Netherlands was in desperate need for a new interior for it’s bar. We presented them a complete make over. Wooden chestnut flooring, a bar inspired on a rock face with integrated door and display for candy, drinks and prices, ‘ice crystal’ cabinets on the wall for displaying climbing equipment. […]


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Casa DTF presented a challenge akin to that of casa Oval; both houses were built within the confines of a private residential community and raised similar privacy issues. In the case of Casa DTF the house program was resolved in three levels. The program distribution allows for a clear separation of private and public functions. […]


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We tend to divide buildings into two basic categories—private structures such as houses, and public buildings like railway stations, concert halls or museums. Public buildings have limits of their own: whether a courthouse or an airport, a stadium or college campus, questions of style, function or cost are clearly posed. Resolving such tensions is just […]


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