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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 – Studio i29 and Math Architecten refurbish Amsterdam’s Felix Meritis institution, built in 1788, combining preservation with contemporary updates.
Toruń, Poland – Paweł Tatara and Znamy Się completed a baroque-meets-contemporary apartment hotel in Toruń, a Polish UNESCO World Heritage city.
London – The Stockholm-based practice brought art deco and Swedish Grace together for The Office Group’s newest office building, at Summit House.
PORTO – A 20th-century home in the centre of the Portuguese city has been adapted into five small studio flats of approximately 35 sq-m.
THE HAGUE – Originally built in 1917, the former home of the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs has been renovated for a second time.
LJUBLJANA – The Slovenian architects bring the future into a nineteenth-century house in the heart of Ljubljana.
BORDEAUX – The city's dockland, named les Bassins à flot, is going through a major urban redevelopment directed by Agence Nicolas Michelin & Associé.
BORSELE – Rotterdam-based architects renovate a town hall from the 1970s in the rural municipality of Borsele.
Scarcity's impact on the realm of architecture and design form the heart of Het Nieuwe Instituut's newest exhibition.
POZNAN – Architects renovate a typical 1970s semi-detached dwelling, showing a possible future for thousands of homes across Poland.
BERLIN – A unique, mixed-use complex in the German capital was stripped down to attract up-and-coming retail outlets and offices.
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