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  • The “Henley” project concerns the renovation of an apartment from 1974 with an area of 90m2. The original apartment was divided into separate areas that could be achieved through a central circulation. The playful circulation in the new design provides an optical extension of the space. The design proves that with a limited surface a […]


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  • Wire netting (‘kana-ami’) cooking utensils made by Kyoto artisans have been employed to create Kyoto’s delicate, exquisite cuisine for over a thousand years. We created this basket in collaboration with Kanaami-Tsuji, a Kyoto-based wire netting firm that preserves the craft’s traditions and develops it for contemporary living and future generations. The carefully constructed basket, composed […]


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The design Project of the Telefónica Foundation Space (6.370 m2) forms part of a complete rehabilitation project of the Telefónica Building (Gran Vía, Madrid), a symbolic skyscraper from 1930, regarded as one of the jewels of Spanish architecture dating back to the early 20th century. The Project is coordinated and run by the studio Quanto […]


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The project arises from the idea of ​​creating a building with a removable metal frame capable of holding an artificial wave machine for surfing, complemented by an architectural program consisting of: bathrooms / dressing rooms, restaurant / bar and administrative area, which revolve around the main attraction. The project is located in a commercial area […]


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  The house is set in the countryside of Veneto, near Liettoli, which is a hamlet of Campolongo Maggiore (Venezia), few kilometers far from Padua. Our suggestion is creating an absolutely modern mansion and in the meanwhile perfectly integrating it with the surrounding landscape, by using materials and shapes tunefully, and has been approved successfully […]


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Most public institutions in Jerusalem exist as gated compounds. This reality probably stems from the semi-desert/Mediterranean planning culture, which developed in a mostly, non-urban and rough landscape conditions, along with intense security considerations, prevalent in pre-modern and unfortunately in postmodern eras. From this perspective, the chosen site for the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design […]


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