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15 Amazing Hotels and Destinations to Travel in 2015


When you choose where to spend the holidays, you think about it like an unforgettable journey. It can be a place with a wide range of family-friendly leisure and entertainment options, with swimming pool, gym, a spa area and massage rooms, or it can be a place with an aristocratic style where you can discover […]


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Best of Arhitectural Concept & Competition in 2014


According to Google Analytics the most viewed articles in 2014 were the following: 1 WTA Architecture + Design Studio | 12 Luxury Flats The idea of vertical living, with all the advantages and more of an urban townhouse, is realized by allowing for generous spaces, day lighting and ventilation on all four faces of the […]


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Best of 2014: Most Viewed Projects


According to Google Analytics the most viewed articles in 2014 were the following: 10. Aleksandar Savikin | Youngculture Office space is located in GTC House, New Belgrade. The interior is done in three phases, the first phase of 1000m2, second 250m2 and third 450m2. After third phase entire floor was occupied. Special attention is devoted […]


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Oriental Legazpi


Tropical architecture takes advantage of the climate by blurring the edges between the interiors and the exteriors. Louvers and various shading devices provide veiling effects on the views and much   needed shade for the guests. The plan is also cut and clustered in a way that gives guests surprising openings throughout the hotel.  The […]


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Sousveillance: Under Big Brother’s Skirt


Archstoyanie: Nikola’s Belvedere competition This seemingly passive belvedere is a commentary about the corrupted political state and how the act of being transparent can kill its existence. Veering away from the one-sided vantage point of the panopticist observation deck, it composes a panoramic view of the site in a way that the viewer sees himself […]


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Cloud Citadel


The design approach is specific for this project and wouldn’t work quite as sensibly for another. It’s a reasoning brought by the background of the project which emphasizes relationships to the site and the four different core functions to each other; offices, hotel, retail, and residential; that melds with significant spiritual and abstract components of […]


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Urban Block


The Urban Block incorporates huge floorplates that allow for greater flexibility and more unique flexibilities in office and retail planning. This huge floorplate also allows for multiple connectivity for multilevel office campuses and creates a stronger core centrality. This centrality increases activity and maximizes foot traffic by allowing travel throughout the complex to be seamless […]


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12 Luxury Flats


The idea of vertical living, with all the advantages and more of an urban townhouse, is realized by allowing for generous spaces, day lighting and ventilation on all four faces of the property. Envisioned as a stack of flats, the structure showcases this individuality by providing each and every unit with a different floor plate. […]


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