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Five great projects from last week you can’t miss! Like the great House in Muko designed by Fujiwarramuro Architects or GLUCK+’s Urban Townhouse in New York. Check out the Monument for the 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Puebla, a beautiful wooden urban space by TEN Arquitectos. Finally, revisit the first built tower by Zaha Hadid Architects or the recently completed Queen Alia International Airport by Foster + Partners.

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It’s been an exciting week in ArchDaily starting with the announcement of Toyo Ito as the Pritzker laureate for 2013, so you must check out our Pritzker prize special coverage. Also, we published some great project you can’t miss! like the great House in Nada designed by Fujiwarramuro Architects in a 38.95 square meters site. Don’t forget to visit ARM Architecture’s Wanangkura Stadium or the Perathoner, a beautiful steel and wood structure building by Bergmeister Wolf Architekten. Finally take a look at the amazing Refurbishment of the Old Benalúa Station and Insertion of Casa Mediterraneo Headquarters by spanish architect Manuel Ocaña del Valle.

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Haven’t checked ArchDaily in a while? Here’s the best from last week: Main image is from Wolveridge Architects’  beautiful Torquay House. You can’t miss the Garden Tree House  designed by Hironaka Ogawa & Associates or Lode Architecture’s, D House  located in Brittany, France. Check out the interesting REM Island by dutch practice, Concrete. Finally, revisit the amazing Centra Metropark by KPF.

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Just in case you missed any, here’s our selection of best posts of the week. Check out the amazing Rotermann’s Old and New Flour Storage  by estonian practice HGA. Don’t miss Herzog & de Meuron’s latest work, the Messe Basel New Hall  or the beautiful Seaview House  by Jackson Clements Burrows Architects. Are you looking for green roof design? Take a look to Edgeland House designed by Bercy Chen Studio. Finally, revisit the most popular post of the week, The 100 Largest Architecture Firms In the World .

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Best from last week, just in case you missed it. The main image belong to Alcácer do Sal Residences by the great portuguese architect, Aires Mateus. Revisit, Lara Rios House & Atelier designed by F541 Arquitectura. Don’t miss  Maja’s House  by Ultra Architects, a beautiful ‘tree house’ based in Herzog & de Meuron’s Rudin House or the Studio House, designed by german practice, fabi architekten bda. Finally, check out The Curving House by JOHO Architecture.

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Five great projects from last week that you must check out! The main image belongs to an eco-turism project in India, is the Hut-to-Hut by Rintala Eggertsson Architects. Don’t miss the most visited project of the week,  Family House in Orava designed by A.LT architekti.  Revisit, La Tallera by the talented mexican architect Frida Escobedo or the beautiful Bacopari House by UNA Arquitetos. Finally, don’t forget to nominate your favorite projects in the ArchDaily Building of the Year Awards.

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Haven’t checked ArchDaily in a while? Here’s the best from last week: Main image is from Hondelatte Laporte’s amazing Giraffe Childcare Center located in a suburban area of Paris. You can’t miss L’And Vineyards Hotel designed by PROMONTORIO + Studio MK27 or Sae Min Oh’s H House in Korea. Looking for wood design? Check out Shoffice by Platform 5 Architects. Finally, watch The ABC of Architects, a beautiful video by Frederico Gonzalez of Ombú Architecture.

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Five great projects from last week that you may have missed! Check out the H3 house by greek practice 314 Architecture Studio or the Levels House in Mar Azul, Argentina. Don’t miss Marcio Kogan’s latest project, Studio R. Take a look at the great Lordelo Pharmacy designed by José Carlos Cruz. Finally, revisit Yingjia Club at Vanke Beijing by Neri & Hu.

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Five great projects from last week that you must check out! The main image belongs to the most visited post of the week, the neat Zamora Offices by Spanish architect Alberto Campo Baeza. Looking for house designs? You can’t miss these three great houses. House kn designed by Kochi Architect’s Studio, Ian MacDonald’s Meadow House in Caledon, Canada or the amazing Summer house in Naxos, Greece. Last but not least, revisit Law-Court Offices in Venice designed by C+S Architects.

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It’s been an intense week in ArchDaily starting with the unfortunate news of the passing of Oscar Niemeyer, Brazil’s modernist icon. Also, we published some great project you can’t miss! Our main image belongs to Visiondivision’s Chop Stick, a whole new definition of the phrase “Tree House”. Don’ forget to check two great house in Japan, Shelf-Pod by Kazuya Morita Architecture Studio and KCH designed by Kochi Architect’s Studio. Take a look at OKE, the new culture house of Ortuella, Spain. Finally, visit Fast Track, an amazing installation by Salto AB.

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Haven’t checked ArchDaily in a while? Here’s the best from last week: Main image is from Gijs Van Vaerenbergh’s Reading Between the Lines, an amazing building in Belgium which concept of the traditional church is transformed into a transparent object of art. A great educational project comes from Japan, is the Leimond-Shonaka Nursery School by Archivision Hirotani Studio . You can’t miss Saint-Nazaire Theatre designed by K-architectures or Nest & Cave House in Croatia by Idis Turato. Check out the interview to Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam, the artist behind those amazing, hand-knitted playgrounds. Finally, don’t forget to download The ArchDaily “Building of the Year” App ,our first iPad application!

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Haven’t checked ArchDaily in a while? Here’s the best from last week: Main image is from Fran Silvestre’s House on the Cliff. An amazing housing project comes from France, is the Urban Collage by Edouard François. You can’t miss House in Yamasaki designed by Tato Architects or the great refurbishment by LKSVDD, God’s Loftstory in  the Netherlands, a former church transformed into a unique  loft. Finally, visit the Perot Museum of Nature and Science by Morphosis.

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Five great projects from last week that you may have missed! Check out the amazing house The Factory by Ricardo Bofill or Nest house by japanese practice, UID Architects. Don’t miss the most visited project of the week, Country Estate designed by Roger Ferris + Partners. Revisit, Crone Partners’ The Good House, located in Victoria, Australia. Finally, take a look at one of the latest projects of Zaha Hadid Architects, Eli & Edythe Broad Art Museum.

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If for some reason you missed ArchDaily last week , don’t worry, we’ve brought together the best of the week here. You can’t miss X-TU’s Apartment Blocks in Nanterre. Are you looking for house designs? You must check out, Bicentennial Civic Center in Cordoba, Argentina by Lucio Morini or Cultural Centre and the New City Hall in Archidonia, Spain designed by Ramón Fernández-Alonso y Asociados. Revisit, Wingårdh Arkitektkontor’s Kuggen, a cylindrical, distinctive building in the middle of the town square is an urban planning motif with roots in the Italian Renaissance. Finally, take a look at Architecture for Dogs, interesting proposals by japanese architects such as Kazuyo Sejima, Shigeru Ban, Atelier Bow-Wow, Sou Fujimoto and Kengo Kuma.

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Five great posts from last week that you may have missed! Check out the recently inaugurated Galaxy Soho in Beijing by Zaha Hadid Architects. Don’t miss No Name Shop designed by iranian architects Ali Dehghani, Ali Soltani & Atefeh Karbasi. Revisit, Atelier-Bisque Doll by UID Architects or Algarrobos House in Ecuador by José María Sáez + Daniel Moreno Flores. Finally, you must see Inside The Keret House – the World’s Skinniest House by polish practice, Centrala.

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Best from last week, just in case you missed it. The main image belong to Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Amiens, France by Chartier-Corbasson Architects.Revisit the amazing Superkilen designed by Topotek 1 + BIG Architects + Superflex, a half a mile long urban space wedging through one of the most ethnically diverse and socially challenged neighborhoods in Denmark. Don’t miss Drents Museum, the winner of interior category at the Dutch Design Awards 2012 by Erick van Egeraat or CINiBA an interesting library in Katowice, Poland designed by HS99. Finally, check out Danial apartment in Tehran, Iran by Reza Sayadian + Sara Kalantary.

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Time for our first selection of Olympic Venues. We have five great projects that you must check out! Like our AD Classics, Munich Olympic Stadium by Frei Otto & Gunther Behnisch and Kenzo Tange’s Yoyogi National Gymnasium, built for 1964 Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan. Don’t miss Herzog & de Meuron Bird’s Nest inside photos. Finally, revisit the great London 2012 Velodrome designed by Hopkins Architects or the London Aquatics Centre by Zaha Hadid Architects.

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If for some reason you missed ArchDaily last week , don’t worry, we’ve brought together the best of the week here. You can’t miss again the Never-Before-Seen Images of Google’s Data Centers. Are you looking for house designs? You must check out, 2Verandas designed by Gus Wüstemann or The Pool Shophouse in Singapore by FARM. Revisit, the mixed-use Julia Tower in Barcelona by Pau Vidal + Sergi Pons + Ricard Galiana. Finally, take a look at Tianjin Grand Theater by german firm gmp architekten.