Located in the city of Zellerndorf in Austria, this house of the Viennese agency Franz Architekten consists of 3 volumes: the first dedicated to access and parking, the second to living rooms and the last to bedrooms. All three are connected by a glazed passage. Between each volume, interstices, where the garden and the swimming pool slip.
In Spain, the Madrid architecture firm Jose Juan Barba Arquitectos realized the "Vertical Component - Centre for the interpretation of rivers". A concrete architecture and copper, gross and subtle at once.
Located in Beijing, this building which is both a nursery and a leisure area was designed by the agency Crossboundaries Architects. Behind a perforated facade taking up the lines of children's drawings, it welcomes families, playing on scales and graphic codes aimed at young and old.