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  • MU architecture’s proposal for a pan-Canadian invited architectural competition consisting of around fifty small housing units on the island of Bigwin, Lake of Bays, Ontario, Canada. The objective was to design these housing units as high-end lodges at 1200 to 1500 ft2 for the clients of the renowned Bigwin golf club. Inspired by the native […]


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  • New Rail Baltic Parnu passenger terminal is located next to Parnu River, in the south part of Parnu town. The current site is considered to become a transportation hub for all public transports in the near future. In order to use the full potential of the site and its context, as well as to preserve […]


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With its distinctive shape, contemporary architecture and unusual but appealing facades, the Taichung City Cultural Center provides large gathering spaces on a common piazza. This large piazza forged between the buildings facilitates a continuous and clear connection between the park and the main street, creating the most attractive and charming recreational spot in the city. […]


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This hill top house is an expression of the unique meeting of rural life and culture, situated close to a remote New South Wales country town, home to a university, a regional art gallery and many other cultural institutions. The clients seamlessly combine their flourishing agribusiness with their white collar and cultural occupations. Gentlemen farming. […]


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Located in the heart of Mt. Pleasant, this project seeks to set a new standard of design sophistication in the area. Already recognized as one of Vancouver’s most desirable districts, this project is perched on one of the most coveted view sites in the City. Once a dense coastal rainforest, the site’s urban context is now bustling with […]


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It’s called “CRUDA” I thought the stone bases as the only decorative element does not “designed”, but borrowed directly from nature, (potentially a person could choose their own stone and make the object really unique). In the stone are inserted two cables (for the two polarities) 3 mm copper and covered by a polymeric paint […]


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