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Designed by Hannat Architects, E House adapts a traditional Japanese typology and architectural language in a contemporary manner.

E House by Hannat Architects

Reinventing Regional Typology in Times of Scarcity

Located in Japan’s northern Miyagi prefecture, E House is the first residential project completed by Hannat Architects.

Turkish architecture studio GAD stacks containers to create an exciting, urban landscape on the roof of a high-end, Istanbul shopping mall.

Trump Cadde by GAD

Reinventing Rooftop Retail

Perched on the roof of a shopping mall, Trump Cadde – designed by GAD – fulfils the client’s brief for an exciting food …

Liverpool’s new Everyman Theatre rises on the same spot as its predecessor and makes respectful references to its context, while maintaining a distinct, contemporary presence.

Everyman Theatre by Haworth Tompkins

A Brand New Building That Was Always There

When Liverpool’s Everyman Theatre needed a new lease of life, Haworth Tompkins came to the rescue.

The white pavilions are set into the site, maintaining a neutral presence, resting on ribbons of translucent glass.

White Wolf Hotel by AND-RÉ

Providing a Canvas for Colourful Lifestyles

The Brazilian-Portuguese practice AND-RÉ has just completed an unusual hotel outside of Porto.

The restrained, enamelled-ceramic facade conceals considerable typological variety and an animated, shared court.

Rear Window by Gelin-Lafon

Making Social Housing Social

A Paris-based architectural firm investigates a different approach to social housing.

A blank wall leading to a storied Amsterdam street is decorated with multiple objects referring to its past and present.

It Started With a Dime by Studio Wessels Boer

Residents Put Their Two Cents into an Installation Dedicated to Their Unusual Street

A narrow, dead-end street located just outside of Amsterdam’s city centre is an unlikely recipient of its own public work of …