// arthitectural / square
  • The main idea of the design is to push the individual traffic from the square and to create a large, inviting space. Hans-Gasser-Platz is opened and invites people to stroll, relax and meet up. Through this opening an important, flexible space is designed and functions as the perfect spot for day markets and the traditional […]


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  • The main idea behind the design of the reconstructed square in Frýdlant was to create an open, unobstructed public space – a square that allows residents and visitors to enjoy all types of activities. The use of three types of paving tiles, two types of stone and the patterns in which these were laid differentiates […]


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The historical centre of Bordeaux University sets a new beginning : the Opération Campus begins with urban design at its heart. These spaces are currently closed, intended solely for receiving deliveries, however the project intends to turn them into a lively heart of the University, where intermingling can take place. The initial meaning of “campus” […]


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Kharkov is a city where every epoch spoke its own architectural language, “the old” and “the new” being interwoven in a dualistic unity. The building is located in the vicinity of the main square (Svobody square – meaning “Liberty”), where the dialogue between modernism (constructivism) and traditional architecture is most evident. The plot remained undeveloped […]


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