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A hangar for life: Apartment complex in Bordeaux

Financed by two different clients, the two wings of the complex overlook a shared conservatory with a shed roof.

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Thoughtful intervention: Buildings for a Chinese organic farm

Skilful form finding and material choices gently integrate the respective new buildings into their landscape context.

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Changeable living space: Hotel room by concrete

The ZOKU Loft is a variable living space whose flexible furnishings address any guest’s individual needs. As required, the space can be used as a bedroom, living room or office.

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The invisible house: »Casa Invisible« by DMAA

The building is a prefabricated, transportable unit that can be placed both quickly and flexibly in the most diverse places imaginable.

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Villa Villekulla: Rosemary Works School in London gains a makeover

Take an Edwardian building and garnish it carefully with all kinds of wondrous colours, ones that make not only children smile.

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Everything flows: COSMO installation at MoMA PS1

Andrés Jaque and his Office for Political Innovation are bringing an issue to the attention of the public with COSMO, a statement and stage set in one.

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Urban cottage: Greenhouse in Melbourne

On a plot of land in one of Melbourne’s bedroom communities, Sean Godsell worked on an historically protected building to transform it into a modern city house.

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Architecture | Topics | Magazine 9/2015

Spanish verbena in the London fog: Serpentine Gallery Pavilion

The Spanish architecture couple known as SelgasCano have given the meadow in front of the Serpentine Gallery the look of a colourful summer festival in Spain.

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Minimalist yet spacious: House extension in London

The creative extension of one half of a London row house is a successful example of how minimal living space can be enlarged, giving the interior a roomy, playful character.

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Architecture | Topics | Magazine I1/2015

Three-dimensional puzzle: Pop-up house by TallerDE2

Whenever singletons and couples move into small spaces once occupied by families of three or four, opportunities emerge for designing new living concepts.

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