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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.

Located in Amstelveen, near Amsterdam, the SODAE House was designed by the Dutch agency VMX Architects. A house 500 square meters, concrete monolith with sharp angles.

Suppose Design Office The Japanese architecture firm has recently completed construction of this house in the city of Kodaira. side street, one opaque and translucent veil is stretched on the front, giving the thickness of the boundary and protecting the inhabitants from the sun and looks.

In the center of Dublin, Darrell O'Donoghue and David O'Shea of ​​ODOS Architects sign this project consists of townhouses 3 190 square meters each. A glass building, concrete and steel, between opacity and transparency.

Northeast of Scotland, in the area of ​​Aberdeenshire, the London agency Moxon Architects has completed the restoration and extension of the cottage of the nineteenth century. Grafted on the south facade, a glass extension, wood and concrete home opens on the surrounding countryside.

For the Institute of Genetics of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, the January Sestak and Marek Deyl Studio PHA architects created this staircase is completely transparent grilles and steel cables. Steel also, the handrail folds and stands as a nod to the helical structure of DNA.

In the Stockholm archipelago, Tham & Videgard Architects imagined this summer house. A volume covered with black roof panels, an interior dressed in white wood, in the heart of the Swedish forest.
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