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Architecture

Woodnest, green paradise

Published on December, 29th 2020

The Helen & Hard architecture firm has designed Woodnest a series of small tree houses that offer breath-taking views of the nature surrounding Odda, Norway.
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Kengo Kuma, green luxury hospitality

Published on December, 17th 2020

The Japanese architect Kengo Kuma designed 1Hotel, an eco-luxury Hotel that will open in Paris in 2022, giving the French capital city a refreshing green oasis.
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Sky Pool, floating in the air in London

Published on December, 11th 2020

A 35m-high suspended pool offering an amazing view on the city will be inaugurated next spring in London.
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David Adjaye and Aston Martin, an exciting synergy

Published on November, 23rd 2020

An unprecedented collaboration that led to the creation of 5 luxury apartments in the elegant skyscraper 130 William in New York involved the famous car company Aston Martin and the visionary architect Sir David Adjaye.
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Copenhagen: getting a breathe of new life in the City Park

Published on September, 11th 2020

City park is an ambitious project carried out by Olafur Eliasson which involves the construction of a large area of woodland in the center of Copenhagen. An important urban artery will leave room for tree-lined pedestrian walkways, ponds, cycle paths and flowers of all kinds.
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Digital architectural utopia

Published on August, 10th 2020

A volume titled “Dreamscapes & Artificial Architecture” collects the works of 40 digital designers and 3D artists that have realized utopian architectural structures and interiors, remembering us how designers never have to stop experiencing.
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A fairy-tale museum for Hans Christian Andersen

Published on July, 15th 2020

In Odense, a new museum designed by Kengo Kuma studio will celebrate the work of Hans Christian Andersen, whose fairy tales have fascinated generations of children.
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Post-Pandemic: towards Self Sufficient cities

Published on July, 1st 2020

How will cities be after this global health crisis? More sustainable, for sure. This is the belief of Woha studio team, that has designed the “Self Sufficient city” in the north of Jakarta.
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Rat Island, sustainable luxury

Published on March, 23rd 2020

A project curated by Jendretzki Design involves the creation of a luxury eco resort in Rat Island, private island a few kilometres from New York.
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Faena Hotel: cinematic glamour

Published on February, 13th 2020

A few metres from the ocean, Faena Hotel in Miami Beach is characterised by fascinating Deco vibes evoking the ‘30s and 40s glamour. The rooms and suites designed by director Baz Luhrmann make the place even more charming.
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Paris chooses sustainability

Published on January, 28th 2020

It used to be a rail depot located behind Saint Lazare Station, today instead Clichy-Batignolles is an elegant district of Paris designed according to eco-sustainable standards.
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The Tide, an elevated park in London

Published on January, 20th 2020

Located in the heart of the Greenwich Peninsula, The Tide is London's first elevated walkway. Designed by the architectural studio Diller Scofidio + Renfro, The Tide allows to walk nine meters above the ground, suspended between nature and art.
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Changi, the airport of wonders

Published on January, 13th 2020

The Jewel, a 200-meter-wide glass dome that houses a rainforest and an artificial waterfall makes Singapore's Changi International Airport an increasingly attractive location.
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Arbre Blanc: a 17-story tree

Published on January, 7th 2020

Arbre Blanc -an original building whose shape is inspired by that of a tree- was recently inaugurated in Montpellier, the greenest city in France.
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