Etraton Office Building / ARK-architecture

Etraton Office Building / ARK-architectureEtraton Office Building / ARK-architectureEtraton Office Building / ARK-architectureEtraton Office Building / ARK-architecture+ 24

  • Architects: ARK-architecture
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  2000
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2022
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  AGC, Samsung, TPR ALUMINIUM

Office in Shimabara / Design Associates Nakamura

Office in Shimabara / Design Associates NakamuraOffice in Shimabara / Design Associates NakamuraOffice in Shimabara / Design Associates NakamuraOffice in Shimabara / Design Associates Nakamura+ 23

Nagasaki, Japan

The Hidden House / Aslam Sham Architects

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Calcuta, India
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  5800 ft²
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2021
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :   Tostem India, Hipzone Automation, Hybec, Kajaria ceramics, Suzuka
  • Professionals : Struds Solution

Host House / Splinter Society

Host House / Splinter SocietyHost House / Splinter SocietyHost House / Splinter SocietyHost House / Splinter Society+ 16

Brunswick East, Australia

Saraiva de Carvalho Apartment / Aboim Inglez Arquitectos

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Lisboa, Portugal

Paracelsus Bad & Kurhaus Swimming Facilities / Berger+Parkkinen Associated Architects

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The Orchard House / AR Design Studio

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Roosenhorst Neighborhood / Atelier PRO architects

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65 Homes in San Pedro de Alcantara / Luis Machuca y Asociados

65 Homes in San Pedro de Alcantara / Luis Machuca y Asociados65 Homes in San Pedro de Alcantara / Luis Machuca y Asociados65 Homes in San Pedro de Alcantara / Luis Machuca y Asociados65 Homes in San Pedro de Alcantara / Luis Machuca y Asociados+ 21

San Pedro Alcantara, Spain
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  8618
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2021
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  Alu-Stock, Knauf, Strugal, CERÁMICA SALONI

Convent Saint François / Amelia Tavella Architectes

Convent Saint François / Amelia Tavella ArchitectesConvent Saint François / Amelia Tavella ArchitectesConvent Saint François / Amelia Tavella ArchitectesConvent Saint François / Amelia Tavella Architectes+ 50

Sainte-Lucie-de-Tallano, France

Chicago’s City-Owned Buildings Set to Use 100 Percent Renewable Energy by 2025

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot and the Department of Assets, Information and Services (AIS) has announced that by 2025, all city-owned buildings and facilities in the city will be fully operated with clean, renewable energy. At the moment, Chicago is one of the largest cities in the United States to reduce the city’s carbon footprint at such a scale, and has already began the process of transitioning its transportation busses and cars to all-electric vehicles by 2035. The agreement demonstrates the city's plans to "drive high-impact climate action, build the clean energy workforce of the future, and equitably distribute meaningful benefits to foster the local clean energy economy for all.”

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Earthrise Studio / Studio McW

Earthrise Studio / Studio McWEarthrise Studio / Studio McWEarthrise Studio / Studio McWEarthrise Studio / Studio McW+ 25

  • Architects: Studio McW
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  101
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2021
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  Clayworks, Karven Roest , Piet Boon , Tala, Watermark Collection

Madrid and Barcelona Benefit from Spain’s Free Travel Plan

Spain pushes to promote cleaner transportation by offering free seasonal tickets for suburban and regional trains, which translates into roughly 48 million journeys per month. The initiative hopes to help citizens reduce fuel consumption and reduce the cost of living during the economic uncertainties and the rising energy prices. Earlier this summer, a 30% discount for municipal public transport has been announced, with local governments in places like Catalonia topping up to 60% discount. The program will run between the 1st of September and the 31st of December.

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Mexican Interiors: 16 Bedrooms with Terraces

Over the years, interior design has evolved according to the needs that arise, but above all according to the experiences it seeks to evoke in the user. In the last two years we have witnessed a radical change and a special interest in this subject because the pandemic forced us to pay specific attention to the configuration of the places we inhabit. This brought about much more holistic designs that seek to address the wellbeing of the user, combining colours, sensory experiences, technology and natural elements that promote health.

Everything’s On The Table : Reframing The Dining Table as A “Counter - architecture” to Superfood Phenomena

From supermarkets to superfoods, contemporary cultures of food production to consumption are based on the illusion that the crowning designation of “super” status represents a reliable global economic boom of food commodities in-play rather than a signal of an expanding cyclical agricultural crisis. Across diverse spaces that facilitate the extraction, transformation and distribution of food in this cycle—farms, warehouses, factories, grocery stores, restaurants—it is the domestic dining table, typically confined to food consumption, that is framed as a site for reinvention in the installation “Everything’s on theTable”.

"Homes Deserve Care": Bunch Design Explores the Future of Housing through ADUs

LA-based practice Bunch Design was founded by Bo Sundius & Hisako Ichiki with a focus on light, materials and structure. At the core of their work is a desire to build in more mindful ways, making spaces that enrich everyday life. Recently, the duo have launched BunchADU to create custom and pre-designed Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) that can address pressing issues of housing.

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Practical Principles for Places Recovering From Disinvestment

This article was originally published on Common Edge.

Of the four types of recovery facing American cities and towns—disaster, sprawl, disinvestment, and the recovery of community for those fleeing climate change—the recovery of places from serious disinvestment arguably gets the least amount of press today. But with reasonable effort, it’s the recovery type most likely to bear fruit. This is true for several reasons, beginning with the likelihood that many of the bones of sustainable placemaking are still in place. Newly built places, even if skillfully designed, often face the criticism of “lack of authenticity,” whereas places recovering from disinvestment abound with authentic scars from decades of distress. And places with humble origins were usually built in smaller increments than once-wealthy places, so the tighter rhythms of such places are inherently more interesting than those of grander scale early in recovery.

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