Chinese architects Approach Design has added a new hall to the Hangzhou Cloud Town Exhibition Centre in China and concealed it under a green roof featuring a running track and sports courts. After originally designing a large latticed structure for the first stage of the convention centre in 2015, demands for more space led to the architects
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Cera Stribley Architects teamed with interior design studio The Stella Collective on a series of eight, three-storey townhouses in a Melbourne suburb that reflect the area’s art-deco architecture. Called Pine Ave, the townhouses are located in the Melbourne suburb of Elwood and are the latest project by longstanding Melbourne developers, Angle and BuxtonGroup. The area is known
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This holiday home in Spain by Laura Álvarez Architecture is built from the walls of a stone ruin and generates more energy that it consumes. Named Villa Slow, the dwelling replaces a former ruin found in rolling hills in the natural park of Valles Pasiegos. It is designed to have minimal impact on its environment, and
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Takashi Yamaguchi & Associates has completed Topological Folding House, a home formed of a continuous white strip that wraps around to form floors, ceilings and balconies. The house, located in Japan’s Hyogo Prefecture, is designed to look like a Möbius loop – a surface with only one side. “The interior is space made by bending the continuous floor surface from
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Scullion Architects has built an L-shaped brick house with sloping roofs on the outskirts of a seaside village near Dundalk, Ireland. Embedded in a meadow, Blackrock House is home to a retired couple who wanted a low-energy home with plenty of natural sunlight through the day. Scullion Architects designed the house as a series of volumetric forms that refer to
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Recycled concrete, repurposed double-glazing and discarded flooring boards were all used in the construction of Upcycle Studios, a Copenhagen housing development designed by Lendager Group. Danish architecture studio Lendager Group built the series of 20 new townhouses in the Ørestad district of Denmark’s capital city. All of the wood was sourced from Danish manufacture Dinesen, which would
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German architecture studio J Mayer H has built a house on a cliff next door to the glass-domed Presidential Palace in Tbilsi. Called Pipia Panorama, the private residence is located in one of the most visible places in the capital of the country of Georgia. Its cliff-top location affords it sweeping views over the city. In
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Earthen concrete walls, planted patios and pools feature in this house in Mexican state Hidalgo, which was designed by Mexican City firm Centro de Colaboración Arquitectónica. Centro de Colaboración Arquitectónica (CCA) completed the 608-square-metre Casa Moulat as a gabled volume flanked by two wings. The residence is predominantly built from concrete that has been tinted using earthen
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Today’s Google Doodle celebrates the centenary of Germany’s late design school the Bauhaus. Google launched the doodle for the Bauhaus School to mark its founding in Weimar, Germany under Walter Gropius in April 1919. It was launched today, 12 April, but the exact date of its establishment remains unknown. Dezeen is also celebrating the occasion today with the
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An indoor forest sits under a large glazed dome with a rainwater waterfall running through the middle at Singapore’s Jewel Changi Airport by Safdie Architects. Safdie Architects led a consortium of architects and designers to build the five-storey plant-filled greenhouse filled with shops and public spaces, which opens to the public next week. The glass
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