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LINK Solar Power Skyscraper / LED Architecture Studio

Representing the future development of Venice, the LINK Solar Power Skyscraper aims to provide the geographic area of the laguna of Venice with a new landmark: a link between architecture and urbanism, between the ancient city of Venice and the industrial area named Marghera. A link between function and emotion. Designed by LED Architecture Studio, the project is an architecture-infrastructure, a crucial urban development responding to the present and future needs of this locality. More images and architects’ description after the break.

RE:U-SEM / LED Architecture Studio

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Courtesy of LED Architecture Studio

The major of the city of Sant’Elpidio a Mare, Giovanni Renzi, with the manifesto of the 15th of September 1903, communicated to his citizens the tender for the construction of the social aqueduct of the Tennacola company. Since then, this work has been in constant evolution and all the structures linked to the aqueduct are still deep-rooted in the territory and they have become symbols of the project by LED Architecture Studio. More images and architects’ description after the break.

Techno Box / LED Architecture Studio

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Courtesy of LED Architecture Studio

The Techno Box by LED Architecture Studio is a habitat structure designed to perform in emergency situations.  The elements are modules that can be aggregated to serve different functions.  Each unit is designed for a maximum of 5/6 people and is conceived to serve temporary housing problems for people facing natural disasters. Read on for more on this project after the break.

A101 Block City Competition Entry: Social Machine / LED Architecture Studio

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Courtesy of LED Architecture Studio

LED Architecture Studio present their submission for the A101 Block City Competition in Moscow Russia. Architects Alessandro Liberati and Roberto Straccali of LED Architecture Studio designed the Social Machine, a housing block that seeks to engage the residents with the street life, while maintaining a sense of privacy for the users of the housing complex. More on this project after the break.