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Known for his woodwork, the Ordinary Workshop signs a new family book in Burgundy. It is more precisely in Beaune that the Alsatian agency conceives a prefabricated house dialoguing with the forest landscape and intended for a couple of winegrowers. A most contemporary cabin built offsite that lets in light through large openings cleverly placed.

Supported by the town of Taverny (95), the Medical Center designed by the MAAJ Architects agency brings together different doctors in one place, thus making up for the lack of health professionals in the region, and of campaigns in general. Facing inwards, the center is inspired by the structure of the ancient cloisters and puts well-being at the heart of medicine.

In the Islington district of London, the British architecture agency Wes Architecture has completely renovated a house dating from the beginning of the Victorian era.

Created for a Belgian cinema producer, the "Guesthouse" designed by Atelier Vens Vanbelle is an extension with remarkable architecture, contrasting with the owner's French-style main house. Comprising a bedroom, a living room and a projection room, the atypical set seems straight out of a steampunk movie.

Located in the Burj Khalifa district of Dubai (United Arab Emirates), the Opus building, designed in 2007 by Zaha Hadid, recently welcomed the last hotel of the “ME by Melia” chain. Entirely signed by the Iraqi-British architect, the establishment pays tribute to the special style of this great lady of architecture, who died in 2016, four years after the start of the work.

On the Spanish island of Ibiza, in the Balearic Islands, the architecture studio Marià Castelló has built an elegant family home. Nestled among pines and junipers, Ca l'Amo is a haven of peace open to nature.

Nestled in the meadow, La Petite Maison de 2M26 has nothing to do with the accommodation of Charles Ingalls and his family. A secondary residence lost in the countryside, the complex uses wood in a resolutely contemporary way. Back to a small building that has everything of a big one.

Since January 2020, the National Institute of Sport, Expertise and Performance (INSEP) has benefited from new infrastructures, both functional and graphic, designed by Ubalt Architects.

The “MA” project is first and foremost a family affair. The land, bought by those close to the architect in the early 2000s, was once a typical Vaucluse farmhouse blending into the landscape. Taken over by the Extra Medium teams 4 years ago, the house is thus transformed into a haven of peace where landscape, charm and design coexist in harmony.
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