ARCHITECTURE

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VIVOOD Landscape Hotel / Daniel Mayo, Agustin Mari, Pablo Vazquez

VIVOOD Landscape Hotel is a peaceful getaway which offers visitors the opportunity to experience new sensations in a peaceful, exclusive setting. Walk the paths through the valley, breath in the comforting, pure air and enjoy close contact with nature,sustainability and a healthy life in luxurious surroundings. Just 17km from the hustle and bustle of Benidorm and 45km from Alicante is the Valley of Guadalest, a beautiful landscape of countryside, mountains and a lake, consisting of 25 individual, modular rooms...
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Learning Hub (The Hive) Nanyang Technological University / Heatherwick Studio

An advanced educational learning hub by top UK architect Heatherwick Studio, it will support NTU’s ambitions in pushing the frontiers of innovation in learning and sustainable building design. The eight-storey building is envisioned to be a place where students might meet their future business partner or conceive an amazing idea with a university mate. Heatherwick Studio was appointed to design the building following an international competition for best design concept in 2011...
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The Market Hall (De Markthal) Rotterdam / MVRDV

The Market Hall (De Markthal) was designed by architectural firm MVRDV. The Market Hall is a residential- and office building with a market hall underneath, located in Rotterdam. The building was opened on October 1, 2014, by Queen Máxima of the Netherlands. Besides the large market hall, the complex houses 228 apartments, 4600 m2 retail space, 1600 m2 horeca and an underground 4-story parking garage with a capacity of 1200+ cars...
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Silos 13 – cement distribution center / VIB architecture

Silos 13 project mixed-use building, a design with two main silos for cement storage and distribution, a quality control centre building and offices. The project transformed an industrial facility into an urban sculpture dedicated to the material it contains: the silos, the stair tour, the offices, the test centre and the ground too, are all made from concrete....
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Moesgaard Museum / Henning Larsen Architects

Moesgaard Museum (MOMU) is designed by Henning Larsen Architects in collaboration with Kristine Jensens Tegnestue is a Danish regional museum dedicated to archaeology and ethnography. It is located in Højbjerg, a suburb of Aarhus, Denmark. The new 16,000 m2 museum is uniquely located in the hilly landscape of Skåde south of Aarhus, Denmark. With its sloping roofscape of grass, moss and flowers in bright colours the building appears a powerful visual landmark perceptible even from the sea...
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The Interlace / OMA + Ole Scheeren

Designed by Ole Scheeren, Partner of the Office Metropolitan of Architecture (OMA), the condominium comprises a range of 2, 3 and 4-bedroom apartments, penthouses and duplex garden units. Thirty-one apartment blocks, each six-stories tall, are stacked in a hexagonal arrangement to form eight large scale courtyards. The interlocking blocks resemble a “vertical village” with cascading sky gardens and both private and public roof terraces...
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Tree Snake Houses / Luís Rebelo de Andrade + Tiago Rebelo de Andrade

Tree Snake Houses was designed by the architects Luís Rebelo de Andrade and Tiago Rebelo de Andrade in partnership with the Modular System Company. The characteristic design associated with the slate and the woods at the base suggests a snake gliding between the trees. Like a wild animal in its natural habitat, the house suddenly appears in the visual field of the observer...
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Cella Bar / FCC Arquitectura + Paulo Lobo

The Cella Bar in Madalena, Portugal was designed by FCC Arquitectura, together with interior designer Paulo Lobo. The bar was built using the bones of an existing building that had been abandoned several years before. The architects renovated the building and expanded it, making it perfect to the creation of a bar...
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Burntwood School / Allford Hall Monaghan Morris (AHMM)

The transformation of Burntwood School in Wandsworth, south London reinvents a 1950s modernist education campus for 2,000 pupils and 200 staff. The existing school was set out in a campus style within a mature landscape. A swimming pool & gymnasium building and elegant assembly hall designed by Sir Leslie Martin were retained, while all other buildings were demolished to make way for six new teaching pavilions...