// arthitectural / landscape
  • Super Living – the expansion of the smart home The ‘homes of the future’, previously the stuff of fantasy exhibited only in World’s Fairs and science fiction, are increasingly becoming a reality. Automation and connectivity are making it possible for today’s smart homes to integrate information technologies through which systems and appliances are able to […]


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  • “After less than a year of work and three years in-depth territory analysis and landscape design and architecture, ended the work of the ‘Park 3_Circles’ in Osio Sotto (Italy). The project operates in an area where a park partially functioning (referred to as the ‘former pools’) needed a renovation that would make it fully accessible […]


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The care facility Vierstroom has asked HOSPER to make a design for the public and private outdoor spaces of the Vivaldi care home in Zoetermeer. The area is surrounded by water with flowering wet vegetation and trees on three sides. This increases the size of the area visually and at the same time has an […]


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Porcelanosa today revealed designs for its new flagship showroom in the historic Commodore Criterion building in Midtown Manhattan. The firm purchased the 1,700 square-metre, six-storey building northwest of Madison Square Park at 5th Avenue and Broadway in 2012 and selected Foster + Partners to refurbish the interiors – the project is due to be completed […]


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A challenging brief with a double ambition meant that the 2010 redevelopment of the Wellington International Airport Passenger Terminal required a unique and innovative design. The first task was to meet a set of complex technical specifications that included functionality, planning efficiency, economy in building materials and optimisation of the available pocket building site, heavily constrained […]


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It was intended to express Scandinavian honesty and openness in the Guggenheim Helsinki Museum building. Simplicity and extraordinary solutions can be found here. Let the building of the Museum be the main gate to the city of Helsinki from the sea. It should be placed according to the urban regulations which shape the new building […]


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