Articles tagged Perforation

Platinium by Tetrarc. Photo Marie-Caroline Lucat
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Platinium by Tetrarc has a heart of gold and a silver skin

MONTPELLIER – Tetrarc completes Platinium, a residential block, that uses bold metallic and reflective features to make an impact on the neighbourhood.

Megalithic Museum by CVDB Arquitectos. Photos Fernando Guerra | FG+SG
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CVDB repurposes a train station as a home for stones

MORA – A disused train station and accompanying warehouse have been renovated into a museum for megaliths and prehistoric monuments in central Portugal.

Quai Ouest takes the site of a former gasworks plant along Nancy’s waterfront and seeks closer harmony with the city’s architectural heritage.
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Quai Ouest by Architectures Anne Démians

NANCY – Anne Démians tailors a mixed-use new-build to Nancy’s architectural heritage.

The rectilinear home aligns with an existing wall along the historic street front.
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Villa Criss-Cross Envelope by OFIS

LJUBLJANA – A new home in central Ljubljana takes on the district’s multifarious heritage.

The building’s angular shapes refers to the industry and docks alongside the river.
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Médiathèque Choisy-le-Roi by Brenac + Gonzalez

PARIS – The new library in Choisy-le-Roi connects the municipal life to the Seine and its visitors with one another.

A series of terraces culminate on the roof, with sweeping views of South Korea's capital.
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ABC Building by Wise Architecture

SEOUL – The brick screen of this office building offers its users respite from the constant bustle of Seoul.

The building’s blocky composition reinforces the area’s industrial ambiance.
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Côté Dock Housing by Philippe Dubus Architectes

LE HAVRE – 65 new dwellings have been added to the ageing dock in Le Havre in an ongoing effort to revitalise the neighbourhood.

Bare-faced concrete and corten steel interior contain Australia’s most cutting-edge information technology facilities.
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Faculty of Engineering and IT by Denton Corker Marshall

SYDNEY – This enigmatic, angular building is part of ongoing efforts to create an ‘iconic and connected campus’ at Sydney’s University of Technology.

The building forms part of a redevelopment on the edge of existing railway tracks.
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RÉZO by Architectures Anne Démians

PARIS – An office building in Paris’ 17th arrondissement accommodates a generic programme within its highly distinct and contextual outer skin.

Architects bring light and space into a former basement.
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Art Gallery by L’Atelier Senzu

LONDON – A young Parisian outfit just realised its first built project: a refurbishment of a small art gallery in east London.

The modest building carefully negotiates its context while acting as a marker for future developments in the area
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Lucie Aubrac School by Saison Menu Architectes

ROUBAIX – The building responds to multiple conditions in the immediate context and anticipates future developments in the neighbourhood.

The structure combines bold form with a translucent skin
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Winterthur Station Square by Stutz Bolt Partner

WINTERTHUR – The large canopy looming over the Winterthur bus terminal is both a bold, stripped down sculpture and an impressive feat of Swiss engineering.