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In the city of Lautrach Bavaria, the agency SoHo Architektur completed the "Haus B-Hub", an archetypal house dressed concrete prefabricated components, parts in corrugated profile dress facades and roofing.

The German SoHo architecture firm Architektur completed the transformation of this old farmhouse. Breakthroughs large bay, its facade and roof bathe the space in natural light and open place of the surrounding countryside. On its smallest facade, a window takes

In Berlin, the architecture firm Ludloff + Ludloff slips this townhouse to the curved facade between two existing houses. Banded with dark wood side street, it opens on the garden through large windows.

In a residential area of ​​Seoul, the house "Godzilla" of architects and Chae Songhee Lawrence Pereira slips at the intersection of three streets. Its facade is curved to fit the shape and pierces plot of fine incisions for

At The Noirmont Switzerland, the agency Dubail Begert Architects has transformed this building existing housing by grafting on its facade a metal structure. Dressed in polycarbonate, it contains a staircase which distributes the apartments and lights up the night with colorful lights.

The house "Steel Lady" stands in the Yongsan district of Itaewon in Seoul. Signed by the Korean architecture firm Chae-Pereira, its simple, metal encased volume conceals rich and surprising inner spaces like this stairwell to the complex and dressed timber volume.

Perched on a hill in the city of Mihara near Hiroshima, this concrete house is signed by the Japanese architect Kazunori Fujimoto. Mineral and light at the same time, open to the sky and the surrounding landscape.

In Rome, at the "Casa dell'Architettura" - Acquario Romano, the agency of Roman architecture Noses realized the design of the exhibition "In_Side", including projection spaces in three prismatic volumes. Made of a stretched wooden structure with white and translucent fabric, they hint at the
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