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  • Minimal interior design is the theme. Designers reduced partitions by using flexible boards as doors, which allows a living space without borders while reserving the layers of spaces. Materials, lighting and texture exhibit a spatial impression of natural and minimal. Designers gave the residence a neutral color associated with grey, cause owners selected some colorful […]


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  • This project is the conversion of a late 19th former grocery warehouse into a 2 level, one bedroom residence. In the mid 20th century it had 35 years of use as an engineering workshop before being converted to an artist’s studio and residence in the 1970s. Internally a 1.7 metre height difference between the 2 […]


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30 running metre of house! On the site of a former slaughterhouse in the historical heart of the Dutch university city of Leiden, emerges one of the biggest urban developments of private dwellings in the Netherlands. In their series of eleven, Rotterdam based architects pasel.künzel architects present yet another spectecular house giving a new interpretation […]


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De Panne is a small town situated at the west end of the Belgian coast on the border with France. For many centuries it was nothing more than a fishing village, but with the romantic revolution of the mid-19th century, the town began attracting aristocratic and bourgeois tourists. With the increasing importance of leisure activities […]


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Concept The project started with the aim of having a complete development comprising all expressions and supports necessary to build the original idea presented by the client. He challenged us to design a vegetarian restaurant that demystified the sector and the public, getting closer to anyone sympathetic to a healthy lifestyle and healthy. To this end, the project began in […]


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A House in Bodrum, Turkey. Bodrum is an Aegean, Mediterranean port-trade settlement with a history of more than three thousand years, including Hellenistic, Roman, Ottoman times. Ideas behind the design are: an explosion of parts-open plan for outdoor living-passive ventilation-rainwater as a natural cooling system – harmony with the landscape – Bodrum is a Mediterranean […]


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