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Quito, Ecuador – An adapted home for a family of three has been stripped to its bare materiality and redefined as a place for togetherness.
Amsterdam – Built utilizing new materials and energy-efficient technologies, Amsterdam apartment Freebooter by GG-loop pushes possibilities for living spaces further.
Barcelona – Casa Burés by Estudio Vilablanch and TDB Arquitectura ‘goes beyond aesthetics to propose new ways of sharing and living in our cities’.
London – Proctor & Shaw received high marks from the Frame Awards 2020 jury for cleverly converting an inefficient one-bedroom residence into a two-bedroom abode.
Amsterdam – Frame's Floor Kuitert recounts how she was able to make her boyfriend's birthday special in spite of staying at home, with help from the local hospitality industry.
Clear Water Bay, Hong Kong – Studio Bean Buro took an empathetic and personable approach to a commercial showroom project for a Hong Kong developer.
London – To promote its WilkinsonEyre-designed apartment complex in London, real estate developer Argent brought in the help of fashion designer Roksanda Ilinčić.
Madrid – Estudio Gonzalo del Val updated a 20-year-old domestic typology in the Spanish capital though innovative material use.
Stockholm – Architect Måns Tham maximised the sleeping and leisure space in a 100 sq-m Stockholm apartment by creating a series of nooks and niches.
Beijing – Surrounded by dilapidated residences, an exterior annex near an office building turned youth apartment brings the joy of nature to a tough environment.
Tokyo – The ceiling of the House of Wind and Light, a renovated apartment by Office Shogo Onodera, bears the tracks of its former layout.
MARSEILLE – Pietri Architectes follows a motto of ‘romantic rationalism’ and this is duly noted in this project in Marseille. Seductive curves and a shining enamelled façade …
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