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Architectum Ausgabe 14 by Wienerberger AG - issuu

Architectum Ausgabe 14

Architectum Ausgabe 14 by Wienerberger AG - issuu

Sharifi-Ha house in Tehran by Nextoffice  The house has three huge rooms that resemble wooden cubes. Depending on weather conditions and the desire of owners, they may be turned to the street at 90 degrees. The facade turns from two-dimensional to three-dimensional state.

Designed by Tehran studio Next Office, Sharifi-ha House in Iran. Rotating rooms give this Iranian house a shape-shifting facade.

Image 3 of 32 from gallery of Renovation of México Fortius Office Building / ERREqERRE Arquitectura y Urbanismo. Photograph by Onnis Luque

Gallery of Renovation of México Fortius Office Building / ERREqERRE Arquitectura y Urbanismo - 29

10 Innovative Affordable Housing Designs For Sustainable Living

archatlas: Richmond East Housing Development Teeple Architects “Toronto’s first housing co-operative in 20 years, 60 Richmond East is an urban in-fill project that incorporates a dynamic building.

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New School In Piazza Delle Erbe / PFP Architekten

Image 1 of 18 from gallery of New School In Piazza Delle Erbe / PFP Architekten. Photograph by Anna Positano

Edifício residencial do FGMF na Pompeia, incorporado pela Koa (Imagem Reprodução)                                                                                                                                                      More

FGMF: Edifício residencial Tetrys Pompeia, São Paulo

Gallery of Multicarpet Rollux Showroom / +arquitectos - 16

Gallery of Multicarpet Rollux Showroom / +arquitectos - 16

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Auerbach Halevy Architects & Engineers: This project is located in the heart of an old neighborhood of Ramat Gan, located east of Tel Aviv, which is going through a renewal process.

Kaiseki-The House by CCL Architects & Planners / Zhongzheng Road, Yonghe District, New Taipei City, Taiwan

Architecture inside urban alleys- unique “HOUSE” reclusive life in the city. Does the architecture near the main road have to be oppressive?

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