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  • Right in the heart of the Ambassadors district, Rabat has just welcomed its first boutique hotel of which the interior design and decoration is signed by the Studio Marc Hertrich & Nicolas Adnet. Villa Diyafa is a 5 star hotel imagined as an exceptional private villa. It offers its guests ten luxurious suites, a private […]


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  • This project involved the expansion of a spacious single-story Outremont residence built in the 1960s. Situated on a site with a steep incline and majestic view, the two-floor expansion was designed to offer a generous window on the horizon. The architectural concept involved the addition of living spaces in the form of a long ribbon […]


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This project was made for 50 years old woman who wanted to create a place for rehabilitation of her 70 years old mother. The pool is located in the small backyard behind an apartment building in Prague, Czech Republic. The courtyard is surrounded by walls owned by various owners so we were supposed to be […]


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The swimming pool of the neighborhood Kibitzenau in Strasbourg, which was first opened in 1965, has an Olympic pool with 8 lanes. Besides its function as a public swimming pool, it is used by the professional swimmers of the Alsace region and the local water polo team. As part of the renovation, the pool was […]


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Considering the pre-existing, as well as the constraints of the predetermined schedule, we tried to create a building whose volume would integrate the territory, without jeopardize its functionality and versatility. The design was intended to be the dematerialization of the building to the person who observes from the beach, creating open plans and glazing to […]


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The apartment is on the first floor of a mid-19th century three-storey building, located in the city centre of Valencia. Considering the limited gross area and the scant natural light, this refurbishment project partitioned only the night-time areas and enhanced the verticality of the dwelling to the utmost, making the most of its high ceilings. […]


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