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Paris will rise high
Following the lifting of a ban on tall buildings in the city Paris reveals its first inner city tower since 1977 For over thirty years Paris has laid low in the building stakes with a ban on buildings over 37 m in height brought in under Jacques Chirac’s rule when he was Mayor of Paris in 1977. But yesterday the first tower to be built in the French capital’s inner city, following the lifting of the ban in July, was revealed.
Dust room
Свежий взгляд на архитектуру из окна пыльной комнаты. Латвийский проект бросает вызов существующим стандартам.
Rioja to receive new eco city
Government agrees to new development of 3,000 carbon neutral homes The government of Spanish province Rioja has agreed to the development of 3,000 CO2 neutral homes to the North of its capital Logroño.
Art coexisting with nature
Atsushi Kitagawara Architects house the contemporary Keith Haring collection whilst not disturbing its historical surroundings This 18,500 sq m project is located in Kobuchizawa, at the foot of Japan’s Yatsugatake mountains where there have been many excavations from the Jomon Period (4000-5000 B.C.). The remains prove that the land is full of energy and has been a venue of civilization for many centuries.
From wasteland to workplace
Banking offices in South Africa bring life back to wasteland The newest addition to the skyline of the West Rand of Johannesburg, South Africa is the long awaited office development for leading financial institutions WesBank (asset financing) and FNB HomeLoans.
Lace Apartments by Ofis Arhitekti
It is not very easy to do something of 16×48 waffle. Slovenian architects Ofis have completed an apartment block in the centre of Nova Gorica, Slovenia.
Soundhouse by Careyjones
Careyjones architects and Jefferson Sheard Architects have completed Soundhouse, a rubber-clad music studio designed for the University of Sheffield. “The overall aesthetic of the black rubber quilt is intended as a literal translation of the need to acoustically contain the building’s use,” explains Mike Harris of Careyjones. The three-storey building is covered with four 14 x 8 m rubber sheets, each weighing half a ton
Wooden house by Ondrej and Josef Chybik
Czech architects Ondrej and Josef Chybik have won a competition to design a low-energy timber house.
Concert and Congress Centre by Future Systems
Architects Future Systems have been commissioned to design a new concert and congress centre in the Czech Republic.
Крошечные дома
Очень часто говорят, что чем больше дом – тем значительнее финансовое состояние его владельца.С 1970 года количество больших домов постоянно увеличивалось, но в последнее время наметилась противоположная тенденция.

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