Each typology is characterized for some particular spatial requirements. We have explored innovative designs in a vast range of architectural programmes.




nature in architecture: choosing the right tree

The integration of nature and architecture has proven to be extremely vital in preserving the ecological system and improving the quality of life of its occupants. A symbiotic relationship between the two entails landscape designers and architects to design with nature’s evolving patterns.

social club completed in Tabuyo

The works for the interior design of this social club in Tabuyo have been recently completed. Characterized by simple materials and indirect lighting, this project comprises a multipurpose room, a dining room, storage, and toilets.

aqso and cca awarded for Liuzhou museum

The proposal for the new Industrial museum in Liuzhou presented by CCA and AQSO has been awarded the 3rd prize in the restricted competition organised by the local government. The museum is intended to use a 62000 sqm old factory near the Liu river in the second largest city in the Guangxi province (China).

city roots

From the time London opened the first subway system in the mid-eighteenth century, the subterranean has become the place to locate the infrastructures that the traditional city wasn’t able to accommodate on the surface. The increasing density above ground level results in a system of voids underneath that includes sewage and water supply systems, electric […]

contemporary city limit

Possibly the first idea of a limit in the historic city was defined by its own walls, which were systematically exceeded and rebuilt to maintain a defensive system. When traditional space evolves and becomes overgrown, urbanism emerges as a discipline, the city is transformed and its limit transforms with it. The increase in population and […]

open arte-fact exhibited in Beirut

The proposal for the house of arts, a large cultural building to be built in Lebanon, will be exhibited along with the rest of participants of the international competition between 23 March & 14 April 2009 at the Forum de Beyrouth.

30×1

key elements of the contemporary urban language

the value of unconventional thought

special mention for atienza hall

architecture against noise

possible architecture

learning from Dashilar

urban design

architecture without context

acoustical design in auditoriums

architecture for millennials

how to use your building

China’s construction: designing the future

urbanization process in China

W salon opening

identities in comparison

striking ship-like hotel proposed as new Shoreditch landmark

a map of hutopolis

hotel lobby, the new social space

‘ramp up the mun’ shortlisted for e10

process

E9 forum in Santiago de Compostela

designing with big data

Harvest Home awarded by the IaaC

reinterpreting the traditional courtyard house

a map of hutopolis

unmade in China

wavescape

analysing the customer journey

transformations

city visions

starchitecture and cityscape

architects at work

the controversy of flat roofs

fixed furniture and fittings

REmodelling

tierra de cultivo in Gorizia

3×3 projects in contexts

prefabricated construction in Anguix

(un)made in China

lecture at the Iterate workshop

room 21

lecture at the Dashilan design hop

our analysis of the Chinese market for El País

(un)made in China exhibition in Shanghai

the people’s urbanism

plug and play

the significant value of design in real estate

master planning