We would like to hand over this precious global environment to the next generation and carefully secure it. This is the prime idea of the client company. SDGs idea is permeating society now, and the owner company tries to contribute to the world to create a continuous and prosperous society according to their policy for sustainability ” creating new value and worth to make children in the future happy” Hydrogen is one of the most hopeful energy media of the next era. It generates electricity through a chemical reaction with oxygen, enabling automobiles to run without the emission of carbon dioxide. This facility is highly effective in directing carbon neutrality. Especially this hydrogen station is directly connected to the neighboring plant that produces hydrogen with pipelines.
Bridging the gap between pragmatism and innovation is a test for every architect who takes on projects in the countryside. Among the various buildings SYN Architects has designed in Tiangang Zhixing Village, the group of buildings referred to as the Village “Living Room” clearly demonstrates this idea. They have been transformed from the original village committee building, health clinic, and communal stage. The original architectural structures have been carefully studied and their inherent rural character respected, and they have been renovated and given new life through the addition of new construction.
For the renovation of a house in Toronto’s West End, local firm Studio Vaaro added minimally detailed millwork to form kitchen cabinetry, the staircase and a feature bookcase in the living room. Studio Vaaro’s overhaul of House M, a three-storey detached property that had been renovated and extended multiple times over the years, involved reconfiguring
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This single-family house is part of one of the oldest sections of Witikon, an outlying neighborhood on a panoramic south-facing slope with a view of Zurich. The compact cubic building was built in 1927 and is characterized by the Heimatstil and neoclassical architectural forms. The existing building has been restored, converted, and extended on the ground and basement floors with a new addition.
the elevated wooden monolith rests on a concrete cross and four supports.
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Concise, cohesive, and coherent: these are the adjectives that synthesize the essence of Casa Prática. At the end of a dead-end street, surrounded by mountains and a green area, the building, located in Belo Horizonte, has a simplifying dynamic, both in terms of materiality and use.
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WILLIAM TOZER Associates has designed a small backyard office in London, England, that also includes a rock climbing gym. Full-height glazed doors slide open to connect the interior office space with the landscaped yard. Inside, desks and storage are integrated into the solid walls of the office space, while a kitchenette is on an adjacent […]
This project reflects a powerful creative vision that respects the cultural heritage of the Boulevard des Forges area and its physical constraints. Inspired by a narrative that calls on nature and culture, in which tales and legends have been fed by the surrounding natural setting that follows the meandering St. Maurice River, the project itself becomes a work of art articulated around the site’s own attributes.
Atardeceres House intertwines daily life, nature, and rediscovering opportunities within its context. It is located in the Manabí province, in the rural area of the San Lorenzo de Jipijapa cantonal head on the Ecuadorian coast.