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Apartments: The Latest Architecture and News

MVRDV Reveals One of Four Letter-Shaped Apartment Buildings in Mannheim

MVRDV has revealed "O", one of four letter-shaped apartment buildings that spell out the word HOME in Franklin Mitte, Mannheim. The 15-storey residential building features a brightly colored structure with 120 apartments, commercial spaces, and a terrace, and is part of Franklin Mitte's complete master plan transformation.

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Refurbishment, Adaptive Reuse and Extension of Apartments in Mexico

Edificio Dr Atl 285 / BAAQ'. Image © Arturo ArrietaMejora y ampliación Un Cuarto Más / Taller ADG. Image © Jaime NavarroUn Cuarto Más / ANTNA. Image © Jaime NavarroCasa Kaspé / Zeller & Moye. Image © Dane Alonso+ 13

It has become evident that the spaces we inhabit have changed. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to appreciate values as lighting, ventilation, and comfort when working in home.

Lume Residential Building / SJB

© Brett Boardman© Brett Boardman© Brett Boardman© Brett Boardman+ 24

  • Architects: SJB
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  7250
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2020

Holme Apartments / John Wardle Architects

© Sean Fennessy© Sean Fennessy© Sean Fennessy© Sean Fennessy+ 23

Hatsuse Mita Apartments / ihrmk

© Inatsugu Taisuke
© Inatsugu Taisuke

© Inatsugu Taisuke© Inatsugu Taisuke© Inatsugu Taisuke© Inatsugu Taisuke+ 43

Minato City, Japan
  • Architects: ihrmk
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  852
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2019
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers: ABC Trading, Aica, Nippon Paint, Toli, DAINICHI GIKEN KOGYO, +5
  • Professionals: ASA, Shin

Uxolo Apartments / Two Five Five Architects

© André Krige© Paris Brummer© Paris Brummer© Paris Brummer+ 48

Huerto / Soeda and associates Architects

© Takumi Ota
© Takumi Ota

© Takumi Ota© Takumi Ota© Takumi Ota© Takumi Ota+ 36

Neyagawa window / bay window / PERSIMMON HILLS architects

Type A. Image © Kenta HasegawaType B. Image © Kenta HasegawaType A. Image © Kenta HasegawaType A. Image © Kenta Hasegawa+ 27

Living in a Single Room: 25 Unique Loft Designs

Loft Diego / Arquitetura Nacional. Photo: © Cristiano BauceThe Barn / Carney Logan Burke Architects. Photo: © Audrey Hall PhotographyRefugio Loft / Consuelo Jorge Arquitetos. Photo: © Fran ParenteMichigan Loft / Vladimir Radutny Architects. Photo: © Mike Schwartz Photography+ 50

Lofts can refer to the highest story of a building, such as attics, for example, which have been converted into apartments or studios. Later on, the term loft started to be used to describe open-concept spaces, where the entire architectural program was incorporated into one large room, resulting in a market trend.

UNStudio Introduces New Flexible Urban Living Concept in the Van B Residences in Munich

UNStudio and Bauwerk have created a new ‘analog smart’ urban living concept for the Van B residences in Munich, Germany. The completely new form of housing reimagines the future of city living, catering to changing demographics and multiple family constellations. Through adaptable partitions and a system of plugin furniture, the project allows an easy change of configuration. “Quality meters over square meters”.

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Exposed Concrete Apartments in Argentina

Boreas Building / Martín Aloras. Image © Walter SalcedoPueyrredón 1101 / Estudio Pablo Gagliardo. Image © Ramiro SosaLagos Building / Estudio Aire. Image © Walter Salcedo3DF / R2b1. Image © Javier Agustín Rojas+ 11

It's safe to say that concrete is one of the most utilized construction materials in large-scale architectural projects. In Argentina, the use of concrete to construct high-rise apartment buildings offers a variety of advantages, especially when it comes to durability and the time it takes to build. This has made it the go-to material for many architects.

Quality Spaces in Small Areas: Brazilian Apartments Below 50m2

Solutions for small-scale apartments are becoming more and more needed due to the increasingly smaller apartments being built in the centers of Brazil's major cities. The high price of land, combined with the current laws and regulations, has boosted the construction of gradually smaller dwellings - which can often translate into lower quality of life for its residents. 

However, that is not always the case, while architecture can play a fundamental role in transforming a small concrete and masonry box into a pleasant home that fulfills the needs of its dwellers. We have gathered 10 examples of apartments in Brazil, between 24m2 and 48m2, that transform small areas into quality spaces.

Studio Saint Hilaire / Antonio Armando de Araújo - Arquitetura e Design. Photo © Evelyn MüllerPinheiros 383 / Goma Oficina. Photo © Lauro RochaPromenade Apartment / Pedro Haruf. Photo © Dentro FotografiaLiberdade Apartments / TODOS Arquitetura. Photo © Alexandre Suplicy+ 11

Architecture and Collective Living: 50 of Mexico's Most Cutting Edge Apartment Complexes

Las Terrazas Building/ Landa + Martínez Arquitectos. Image © Agustín Landa RuilobaMO47 Building / ZD+A. Image © Jaime NavarroHigh Park / Rojkind Arquitectos. Image © Mariana GarcíaLa Esmeralda / JSa. Image © LGM Studio - Luis Gallardo+ 51

Climate is one of the key factors to take into consideration when designing a space. Of course, this can present a challenge, especially when dealing with extreme climates and the need for insulating materials that are able to adapt to a wide range of conditions. Luckily, for architects operating in Mexico, the country's privileged climate facilitates the creation of microclimates and spaces that blur the line between interior and exterior.