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Victor Enrich

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Spanish artist and photographer Victor Enrich‘s uses photoshop to create these wonderfully impossible city portraits.

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Honey Scape by X-REF

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“Built after winning an international landscape competition at Ponte Lima, Portugal, Honey Scape is temporary landscape pavilion by Gonçalo Castro Henriques of X-REF. This installation intends to shelter the visitor, captivating him by a dream-like atmosphere with aromatic plants.” (via Arch Daily)

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H3 by 314 Architecture Studio

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A home located in Athens, Greece designed by 314 Architecture Studio.

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University of Auckland in New Zealand

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FJMT and Archimedia collaborate to create iconic University of Auckland New Business School in New Zealand. ‘A new landmark symbolising research and knowledge was sought by the University, which values excellence, innovation and progress and reflects an openness and embrace of the wider community. FJMT and Archimedia drew inspiration directly from the fusion of natural landscape, urban form and Maori / Colonial heritage of cultural exchange. The fluid and open architectural expression, through a series of ‘breathing’ glass and stainless steel ribbons, creates a gesture of invitation, outreach and optimism, gathering the energy of the site into a major new public open space.’ Link here.

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Marina Lofts / BIG

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‘The mixed-use development, Marina Lofts, in downtown Fort Lauderdale seeks to infuse a currently run-down stretch along the New River with a thriving pedestrian friendly public space thereby attracting new residents into its development. Totaling 1,000 rental apartments, 10,000 sq ft of restaurants and 25,000 sq ft of retail, the mixed-use development is broken into three phases. The Florida-based developer, Asi Cymbal, expects the project to have a positive long-term economic benefit to the city and local community of Fort Lauderdale.’ (via ArchDaily)

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GT Tower East

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GT Tower East is a 130-meter high contemporary office tower designed by the Dutch architectural firm ArchitectenConsort and located in Seoul, South Korea. “Within its gross 54,000 m2 of floor space, GT Tower East fulfills a range of purposes. In addition to functional office spaces, there is room for commercial and cultural uses, as well as parking. We achieved the high adaptive capacity of GT Tower East by placing the compact core at the heart of the floor plan and using a carefully thought-out column structure. These measures ensure that the facade remains entirely unencumbered, and large floor spaces are created that allow the building to accommodate a variety of uses in the future. Many sustainability measures were integrated into the design, including a well-insulated facade, the installation of solar panels for generating power, and a lot of natural light and ventilation to create a pleasant working environment.”

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Elqui Domos Hotel

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Elqui Domos Hotel designed by Rodrigo Duque Motta. Beautiful! Link.

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Galaxy Soho Complex

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The Galaxy Soho Complex by Zaha Hadid Architects in central Beijing.

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Melkwegbridge by NEXT Architects

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The Melkwegbridge is located in Purmerend, the Netherlands. The bridge is part of the masterplan ‘De Kanaalsprong’ and connects the historic city center with the towns’ new district. The most striking part of the bridge, designed by NEXT architects, is a massive arch which reaches the height of 12m above water level and stands in a continuous line with the Melkweg-road, thus offering an incredible view over the city. The high lookout is an attraction in itself and lets pedestrians fully experience the relation between the new and historic center of Purmerend.

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Neighborhood XVII Residence

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Neighborhood XVII Residence by Zahavi Architects is a villa is located on the Mediterranean coast in Ashdod, the sixth-largest city in Israel. Link.

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