All Projects

NEW CHANCELLOR DAY HALL

Claude Sauvageau Architecte

15 Nov 2010

Renovation of the Faculty of Law - McGill University ‘NCDH’ is a 3 floor renovation of a 1960’s building originally conceived for classes and a library. Elaborated in collaboration with the Sustainable Development Committee of McGill University, the project integrates numerous principles of sustainability. Almost deserted before the renovations, the 3 floors now accommodate

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STUDIO HELDERGROEN HAARLEM

Zecc Architecten

15 Nov 2010

Zecc Architecten create a  workspace which hibernates On a weekday morning, the ground floor of the Droste silo is empty... At nine o' clock the big tables with computers slowly descends. A fresh new day begins!At the end of the day the workstations disappear back into the ceiling. The space is ready for another purpose: a lecture, a dinner, a party, a promotion of a new product, an

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UNLIMITED SPACE

Ruiz Velazquez Projects

15 Nov 2010

Hector Ruiz-Velázquez's Unlimited Space In the attic of emblematic building of 20th century Madrid, this new concept of living space has been designed by architect Hector Ruiz-Valazquez. "The conquest of the square meter has become one of the major concerns of our times. The unaffordable prices and the shortage of living areas in the city have called for a redefinition of the spaces we

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BLACK PEARL HOUSE

Zecc Architecten

15 Nov 2010

Rotterdam's Black Pearl Part of a program in Rotterdam to revitalise disadvantaged neighbourhoods, this house was sold to a private individual with the proviso that the property would be restored within a specified period and that it would be transformed into one home. The renovation of the Rotterdam ‘metier house' was an experiment with spectacular results undertaken by Studio Rolf in

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HOME 06

i29 interior architects

15 Nov 2010

HOME 06 by i29 interior architects This residence at the Singel, Amsterdam (NL) exists from one open space where several functions have been put into freestanding objects. The kitchen and wardrobe are placed near the entrance and combined into one single space. The bath and bedroom is concealed into a volume, which is placed at the back of the house. From the open living area you look alongside

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