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Here are four houses from Amsterdam to Tokyo that use spatial design to help different generations live together long term.
On 4 June, join GG-loop, Bureau SLA and Cutwork on Zoom to discuss the ultimate integration of work, health and home.
Macao – Max Lam Designs’ show-flat interior Inward Journey raises the stakes for the future of the residential typology.
Götzwiesen, Austria – An interview from our publication City Quitters chronicles the move of Rivelles founder Nadia Rivelles, her partner Mario and their child.
Toronto – Once the most hotly anticipated urban development in the world, how should we reflect on Sidewalk Labs’ failure to realize a ‘smart’ future for Toronto with its …
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.
Here are eight products that will help you level up your living space, for enjoyment and functionality during and after sheltering at home.
We’ve gathered 11 products that will make social distancing from the comfort and safety of domestic outdoor spaces all the more enticing.
Dubai – Dubai practice MEAN* used a variety of USM products to develop a conceptual office and living space that can be set up in an empty area, accommodating a multiplicity of …
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