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Arquiponto
Hotel Rural Casas Novas


Situated in a prime location and surrounded by great natural beauty atop a small hill, this exquisitely charming four-star Hotel was built from a restored Baroque Manor built in the late eighteenth century (1749) in line with the countryside, covering a magnificent property with 22,000 meters (2.2 hectares). Today it is a beautifully restored Baroque […]


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L. McComber ltée
Via Capitale – Vitrine Éco


It was a real brainteaser for the architect. A room measuring a mere 460 square feet bounded by a large curtain wall to the north along Mont-Royal and another to the east along de la Roche that had to include: a kitchen space for events; a work area for the real estate agents; a waiting […]


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LAN Architecture
Le Grand Palais des Champs Elysées


The new grand palais: an example of modernity To our contemporary eyes, the Grand Palais is both an idea and a symbol of modernity. It is a hybrid building in terms of its architecture, its usage and its history. Neither a museum nor a simple monument, its architecture has an identity all its own, centered […]


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Meritxell Inaraja i Genís
La Seca


The Seca was the name of the Royal Mint of the Corona de Aragón. The term “Seca” comes from the Arabic word Sekka, which means “place where coins are manufactured.” Occupied several buildings in the district of La Ribera de Barcelona and coined money unevenly through time between the fifteenth and nineteenth centuries. The building […]


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Alfonso Alzugaray
Rehabilitación De Un Edificio Entre Medianeras


This is a project about the restoration of a building between two party walls defined by a medieval division into lots old town. The plot is stretched in order to light up in two parallel streets and around 19 meters far from each other. The minimal width of 2.20 meters makes it worthy of being […]


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Veuve Clicquot
Hotel du Marc


After four years of renovations, the 19th century neoclassic private mansion of the House of Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin located in Reims (France), has been entirely restored – from the façade which was severely damaged in the first World War, to the updated interior design. The renovation work has involved many different talents, ranging from professionals […]


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Saia Barbarese Topouzanov Architectes
Théâtre Denise-Pelletier


The Granada theatre, built in 1930, is situated in the former municipality of Maisonneuve, at the northwest corner of Boulevard Morgan and Rue Sainte-Catherine. In the vicinity, prestigious buildings such as C. L. Dufort’s City Hall, as well as the Maisonneuve Market and Maisonneuve Baths, both by M. Dufresne, testified to the city’s prosperity and […]


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