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  • As the lowest point on the earth’s dry surface, the Dead Sea is an unparalleled natural attraction, with mineral rich saline waters that have drawn visitors from around the world for thousands of years. The Sea’s geological history began millions of years ago, while some 9,000 years ago the Abrahamic faiths arose, bringing a profound historic […]


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  • The development of this site provides a rare opportunity to regenerate one of the last sites within the historical centre of Belgrade. It will create a new city destination and will improve the ongoing challenge of connecting the popular Kalemegdan Park with the vibrant Sava waterfront and can become a catalyst for regeneration of the […]


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The project is part of a revitalisation initiative undertaken by the City of Vienna for the Wiener Gürtel,  an over-dimensioned, ring-formed slice through the urban fabric.  Historically, the Gürtel has divided the Viennese from the hinterland and its waves of immigrants. The site is formed via the culmination of densely overlapping infrastructural elements: the „Spittelauer […]


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Sustainable construction The physical location of the two buildings, constructed in the heart of an urban islet, and resting atop the university parking lots, confronted us with a complex exercise in conceiving and planning our operation. Vertically, a reduction in the height of the amphitheaters would contribute to an improved perception of their whole. Within […]


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As architects operating in a culture where the square meterage of floor plans seem to grow and grow, we are convinced that the biggest contribution we can make towards a sustainable built environment is the design and inhabitation of ‘fit’ buildings; buildings that are not simply ‘big’, but big enough and flexible enough to accommodate changing lifestyles. Our clients […]


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