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In Poland, Moomoo Architects designed this house entirely covered with Thermopian, a synthetic insulating material usually used in coverage.

In Denmark, the architectural firm Primus has made this house only 75 m². A project of modest size but strong spatiality, including air and light as architectural components.

In Andalusia, in the Bay of Algeciras, stands this double tower built by the Madrid architect Rafael De La Hoz. Its astonishing facade consists of a concrete frame interlaced thick and stylized letters.

In Belgium, the architectural firm A2RC completed the transformation of the former Palace of Brussels Congress. The highlight of the project, a glass cube and transparent and spectacular steel.

Created by the London studio Levitate Architects, this staircase becomes a library. Its hollow risers turn into shelving and fill with books. Between access and furniture.

Near Beijing, the Kengo Kuma and Associates architecture firm has designed this house of bamboo. A subtle project which maintains a close relationship with the landscape.

In the gardens of the National Museum of Singapore, the creative studio Farm drew a sculpture inspired by the shape and lines of the banyan tree, tall tree widespread in Asia.
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