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Corten House / Costaveras Arquitetos

14:00 - 9 August, 2019
Corten House / Costaveras Arquitetos, © Studio Ode
© Studio Ode

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  • Architects

  • Location

    Jardins Munique, Brazil
  • Category

  • Lead Architects

    Bruno Veras Pinto Cordeiro, Juliano Da Cunha Costa
  • Area

    665.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2019
  • Photographs

ARTCOR Creative Center / Maxim Calujac

10:00 - 16 July, 2019
ARTCOR Creative Center / Maxim Calujac, © Volker Kreidler
© Volker Kreidler

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Campinarana House / Laurent Troost Architectures

03:00 - 12 July, 2019
Campinarana House / Laurent Troost Architectures, © Maíra Acayaba
© Maíra Acayaba

© Leonardo Finotti © Maíra Acayaba © Leonardo Finotti © Maíra Acayaba + 28

6 Materials That Age Beautifully

09:30 - 26 March, 2018
6 Materials That Age Beautifully, © Rory Gardiner
© Rory Gardiner

Often as architects we neglect how the buildings we design will develop once we hand them over to the elements. We spend so much time understanding how people will use the building that we may forget how it will be used and battered by the weather. It is an inevitable and uncertain process that raises the question of when is a building actually complete; when the final piece of furniture is moved in, when the final roof tile is placed or when it has spent years out in the open letting nature take its course?

Rather than detracting from the building, natural forces can add to the material’s integrity, softening its stark, characterless initial appearance. This continuation of the building process is an important one to consider in order to create a structure that will only grow in beauty over time. To help you achieve an ever-growing building, we have collated six different materials below that age with grace.

EFFEKT's Spiraling Observation Tower Will Take Visitors 45 Meters Above the Treetops

08:00 - 13 October, 2017
Image by EFFEKT
Image by EFFEKT

EFFEKT's 45 meters above the trees spiraling observation tower, which is being built one hour south of Copenhagen, will offer 360-degree panoramic views across the surrounding forest of Gisselfeld Kloster, Haslev. The preserved forest distinguishes itself by its hilly landscape with lakes, wetlands, and creeks.

EFFEKT's spiraling observation tower, which is being built one hour south of Copenhagen

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