Architecture

Guz Architects / Meera House

Meera House was designed by Guz Architects and it is located on Sentosa Island in Singapore. We consider it a bold and original project: after all, not many homes have green spaces on each floor of the building. Here are brief descriptions of the architects:
"Our strategy was to build a solid wall on each side of the bottom to ensure confidentiality, where possible, creating

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Architecture

Surprising Architecture with Dynamic Angular Perspectives in Tokyo

Located in the Shibuya district of Tokyo, this building was built with a clear concept: that angle and with a simple design and straightforward, perfectly reflects the new century that has already begun, in 'architecture, worldwide. The structure is actually

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Architecture

Acme Architecture, Hunsett Mill

The restructuring Hunsett Mill, from Acme Architecture based in London, has been driven by a focus on environmentally friendly practices and the desire to create a building that would fit naturally into the landscape, both in terms of aesthetics and function.
The challenge of the project was the location, in the protected wetlands of the Norfolk Broads, historically adapted for industrial use, the landscape of the Broads has benefited from the contemporary trends that emphasize conservation and the return to nature. Originally the home of the guardian of the water pumping windmill, the building has undergone a number of expansions over 20 century. Were added room by room at different times, the house looked disjointed not only following the changes but also because of the collapse of land following the increase of the floods from the nearby swamps.

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Architecture

Triptyque Architecture, Harmonia_57

Designed by Triptyque Harmonia and nicknamed 57, this office building and artists' workshops is immersed in a creative district on the west side of São Paulo. Two volumes comprise the building, which is coated with a skin of porous concrete with pockets to accommodate the plants. A complex network of water recycling collects rainwater and gray water for use in irrigation and toilet, while a green roof helps to minimize the outflow of rainwater.

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