03.01.18 Bridge Workshop: Out of Water

In Ivry-sur-Seine (94), the architect studio Atelier du Pont delivers Hors d'eau, a social housing complex located on a former industrial flood zone. Thanks to a system of patios and footbridges, the group of raised buildings thwarts the hydrographic constraints of the place, while offering the inhabitants living spaces outside.

03.01.18 Fabrica : Space Scholarship

In response to student housing issues in Bangkok, Thailand, the AP Public Company Limited real estate group has commissioned the Fabrica Italian Research Center to rethink shared housing. The result of this work: Space Scholarship, an apartment containing modular furniture and removable, which offer young people a place of life both collective and intimate.

02.01.18 MAD Architects : Chaoyang Park Plaza

At the edge of Chaoyang Garden, the Beijing Central Park (China), the Sino-US agency MAD Architects delivers a titanic project of 220 000 square meters of floor, including offices, shops and luxury housing. Figurehead of the realization: two incredible black towers of 120 meters high with rippling and prominent edges. A new emblem for the capital.

19.12.17 Vector Architects : Hôtel Alila Yangshuo

In the heart of southwest China's Guangxi Province, Beijing-based Vector Architects is rehabilitating a former sugar factory into a luxury hotel complex of more than 16 000 square meters, the Alila Yangshuo. A renovation that offers its visitors a unique experience, between past and present.

18.12.17 Karakusevic Carson Architects and Maccreanor Lavington: Dujardin Mews

As part of the reconstruction of the neighborhood of Ponders End, north of London (England), the British Karakusevic Carson Architects and Maccreanor Lavington designed the social housing complex Dujardin Mews. Located on a former industrial area very dense, these brick buildings try to recreate the atmosphere of the traditional streets of the capital.

18.12.17 Jean Verville: Rehabilitation of a cottage

In the heart of the Mont-Tremblant Forest, a national park located in southern Quebec (Canada), an old black wooden chalet has been revamped thanks to the intervention of local architect Jean Verville. Breakthrough wide openings, this typical residence of the region offers its residents a total immersion in nature.

13.12.17 Chop + Archi: Kamiuma House

It is well known, Tokyo (Japan) is an overcrowded city. However, it is still possible to find riquiquis bits of territory where to settle. It is in one of these narrow and quirky plots, that the Japanese studio Chop + Archi has managed to install a haven for a couple and their child, far from prying eyes.

11.12.17 Laura Ortín Arquitectura: The Beach House

While the season is snow covered chalets, the Spanish agency Laura Ortín Arquitectura delivers the elevation of a seaside house in La Torre de la Horadada, in southern Spain. With its intriguing volume of smooth concrete protruding, the construction steals the show to its neighbors, typical representatives of the seaside architecture of the 1970 years.

11.12.17 Rafael de Cárdenas: Pool House

An extension of an early 19th century mansion lost in the English countryside, a rectangular pavilion designed by the New York architect Rafael de Cárdenas conceals a swimming pool. A pair of helicoidal slides gives grace and originality to this place characterized by its tranquility.

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