Project “Eco_corridor” was awarded with the 1st Prize competition of “Regeneration and Reuse of former lignite mines in the Western Macedonia region” by the Public Power Corporation of Greece.
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By: L+A ARQUITECTOS, Ecuador GAIA is a 14 story, 15,000 m2 mixed use building: commercial on the lower floor, offices for the next four floors and residential units on the next nine floors. The building is located at an important intersection within the city where urban elements converge, such as a new metro stop, an […]
Quito, the capital of Ecuador and the first Cultural Heritage of Humanity, is in the process of renewing its urban and architectural image. Four architectural projects designed by important international studios, which are being built simultaneously, contribute decisively in this process, while others are in the design process.
By: Ravi & Nupur Architects, Jodhpur The idea was to create a grand abode with simple, comfortable & sumptuous living.The challenge was to design 15500 sqft on an area of 5400 sqft, which leads to the initiation of verticality on a relatively low residential streetscape. Thus the verticality was artfully balanced by the use of […]
By: Ravi & Nupur Architects, Jodhpur The Store Interiors were designed maximizing sustainability efforts, using easily recyclable or compostable material like jute, bamboo and logs, hanging light fixtures in its ethnic forms completes the unique theme.
By: M:OFA Studios, New Delhi Located in urbane locality inside the premises of a high end mall as stand-alone set ups across NCR and creating a unique yet continuous identity of an established brand.
By: Mainak Ghosh, Kolkata Intrigued by the mystical world of thoughts, driven by passion and tranquility to dive into the realms of human behavior is what forced him to pick up the brush and express the sublimity on canvas…
Transiting Cities is an international design ideas competition and it is open to everyone. Participating teams can have one or more members. Projects can be real or speculative proposals…