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House in Pocafarina

House in Pocafarina

Photo: Hidalgohartmann

The house is situated in the middle of the plot - the layout has cross shape and offers view to all sides and at the same time avoids the neighbors. 

Mountain Cottage Fichtelberg

Mountain Cottage Fichtelberg

Photo: Sven Fröhlich

The cottage is hidden in the forest of Ore Mountains in Saxony, near the border with Czech Republic. Concrete house is withouth technical achievements and provides modest accommodation for 6 to 8 people.

Chateau Cheval Blanc Winery

Chateau Cheval Blanc Winery

Photo: Erick Saillet Studio

Light curves floating above the winery are a kind of sequel to the surrounding landscape. Exposed concrete was used. 

Sports Hall at the Country House

Sports Hall at the Country House

Photo: L3P Architekten

Recessed sports hall was built next to classical Swiss house with pitched roof.

UNESCO Information Centre

UNESCO Information Centre

Photo: Jan Bitter

The area of Messel is on the UNESCO list thanks to its fossil finds. Local slate bedrock was an inspiration for mass solution of the infocentre. Monolithic concrete walls (forming stripes of the building) are facing to the site and culminate with a viewing deck.

House FLOW

House FLOW

Photo: APOLLO Architects & Associates

Original japanese building hides a home for young family. The bedrooms are situated in ground floor, common rooms in 1st floor. Hidden private terrace is very characteristic for this project. 

University in Milan

University in Milan

Photo: Grafton Architects

New faculty of Bocconi University was awarded as "World Building of the year 2008" thanks to its strong concept. Building made from visible concrete is incorporated into current development but still dominates. The interior zoning (with three underground floors with lectureshalls and theatres) is evaluated very positively. The light goes through transparent offices, which act as a filter between interior and exterior.

House in Dublin

House in Dublin

Photo: ODOS Architects

The adjustment to a minimalistic house of classic Irish housing development. 

The Chapel of Sunset

The Chapel of Sunset

Photo: Bunker Arquitectura

Chapel as a rock merges with surrounding nature. Beautiful view  and sunset behind the altar - a place where mourners say goodbye to all their loved ones.

Beach House

Beach House

Photo: Kei Sugino

Simple but imaginative house is situated close to the fjord on the east coast of Japan. Dynamic shape of the roof reflects local strong winds. Completely glass wall pulls sea coast in.