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Arhitektura d.o.o.

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HOUSE FOR CERAMIC ARTIST . Ljubljana

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Arhitektura d.o.o. photos: © Miran Kambič

The atrium house was designed to unite the family’s living quarters with the working studio of its owner – a ceramic designer and artist – under one roof. Its aim was to be crafted in response to the growing trend of working at home. The 550 square meter plot is located in the suburbs of Ljubljana, Slovenia, in an area currently undergoing extensive gentrification. It is surrounded by dense and diverse construction of single-family houses. Continue reading Arhitektura d.o.o.

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Matthias Pabst

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palazzo pubblico. palermo

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Matthias Pabst

As a city in the center of the mediterranean, palermo has always been a place of cultural exchange.

Different cultures have coexisted here, but also influenced each other. This process of cultural palimpsest continues today and will continue to shape the city decisively in the future Continue reading Matthias Pabst

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Barozzi Veiga

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A sentimental momumentality

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Barozzi Veiga . fotos: © iñaki bergera

El trabajo de los últimos años de los arquitectos Fabrizio Barozzi y Alberto Veiga ha girado en torno al intento de dignificar lo público como espacio de la colectividad, definiendo una arquitectura específica para su entorno. Continue reading Barozzi Veiga

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Pedevilla Architects

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ciAsa Aqua Bad Cortina . St. Vigil

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Pedevilla Architects . photos: © Gustav Willeit

The ciAsa (Rhaeto-Romanic for house) is a high-alpine family home in South Tyrol’s St. Vigil, surrounded by the Dolomites of Val Badia.

Based on the archaic form of a house, no distinction is made between roof and façade. The rising form of the roof makes the building visible from afar, while at the same time the low eaveslines also provide protection. The shape of the trapezoid appears as a recurring element in the overall design. Continue reading Pedevilla Architects