1. Townhouse

    Landskrona • Sweden

    By Elding Oscarson Architect

    via Archdaily

     
  2. Carabanchel Housing

    Madrid • Spain

    Despite the guidelines drawn on the plots, places need to express their own personality, to arise naturally, to construct themselves. And concretely this one is aligned against a green area, against the concatenation of public spaces that link the old Carabanchel district with its forest through the new neighborhood.

    By Dosmasuno Arquitectos

    via re-thinkingthefuture

     
  3. Burano (Venezia)

    By Gerhard Fuhs

     
  4. Dragon Court Village

    Aichi • Japan

    This project is a rental row house comprised of nine units that is constructed in a residential suburb. The project demanded two parking spaces for each unit, creating a condition in which half of the entire site is covered by parking areas and driveways. We tried to create a low density residence that opens to the surrounding area and environment by creating shared margins between the neighboring units.

    (read more archdaily)

    By Eureka

     
  5. Edifício sobre a Água

    Álvaro Siza + Carlos Castanheira

    Huai’an • Jiangsu • China 

    via Archdaily Brasil

     
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  7. Åre Solbringen Three slender recreation houses at Åreskutan south slope. The houses got their form partly from urban regulations and partly from a discussion on the site. The buildings follow the mountain’s slope with an interior height difference equivalent to a normal house. From the interior one has fantastic lake vistas over Åresjön and the mountains’ top on the opposite shore.

    by Waldemarson Berglund arkitekter

    via Archdaily Brasil

     
  8. South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI)

    By Woods Bagot

    via Archdaily

     
  9. Basque Culinary Center

    San Sebastian, Es 

     by VAUMM architects

    (photos by: FG+SG)

     
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