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The House in Romeira by dp arquitectos is an aggregation of distinct spaces within volumes, each with its own identity and programmatic function. The concept of fragmentation is explored through the creation of autonomous or interconnected spaces, incorporating contemporary aesthetic and constructive elements. The residence’s volume appears to be diminished, with smaller elements forming smaller parts.

Photo Credits: Ivo Tavares Studio
House in Romeira | dp arquitectos
The House in Romeira by dp arquitectos is an aggregation of distinct spaces within volumes, each with its own identity and programmatic function. The concept of fragmentation is explored through the creation of autonomous or interconnected spaces, incorporating contemporary aesthetic and constructive elements. The residence’s volume appears to be diminished, with smaller elements forming smaller parts. Photo Credits: Ivo Tavares Studio
The Innovation Center for High-Performance Medical Devices by HENN represents a new typology in high-density vertical architecture that integrates research and experimentation spaces. The design features an X-shaped floor plan, dividing the building into three floating volumes separated by multi-storey, open-air terraces. These spaces create a playful rhythm, with each volume hosting distinct functions.

Photo Credits: Tian Fangfang
Innovation Center for High-Performance Medical Devices | HENN
The Innovation Center for High-Performance Medical Devices by HENN represents a new typology in high-density vertical architecture that integrates research and experimentation spaces. The design features an X-shaped floor plan, dividing the building into three floating volumes separated by multi-storey, open-air terraces. These spaces create a playful rhythm, with each volume hosting distinct functions. Photo Credits: Tian Fangfang
The Innovation Center for High-Performance Medical Devices by HENN represents a new typology in high-density vertical architecture that integrates research and experimentation spaces. The design features an X-shaped floor plan, dividing the building into three floating volumes separated by multi-storey, open-air terraces. These spaces create a playful rhythm, with each volume hosting distinct functions.

Photo Credits: Tian Fangfang
Innovation Center for High-Performance Medical Devices | HENN
The Innovation Center for High-Performance Medical Devices by HENN represents a new typology in high-density vertical architecture that integrates research and experimentation spaces. The design features an X-shaped floor plan, dividing the building into three floating volumes separated by multi-storey, open-air terraces. These spaces create a playful rhythm, with each volume hosting distinct functions. Photo Credits: Tian Fangfang
Vessel, an architecture project by Heatherwick Studio, serves as a public landmark, welcoming visitors and creating a new meeting place in Manhattan. The 16-story structure features 2,465 steps, 80 landings, and stunning views of the Hudson River. Its unique design allows for over a mile of routes, and voids between steps create a three-dimensional lattice. The materials used provide clarity and integrity, setting it apart from surrounding architecture.

Photo Credits: Heatherwick Studio
Vessel | Heatherwick Studio
Vessel, an architecture project by Heatherwick Studio, serves as a public landmark, welcoming visitors and creating a new meeting place in Manhattan. The 16-story structure features 2,465 steps, 80 landings, and stunning views of the Hudson River. Its unique design allows for over a mile of routes, and voids between steps create a three-dimensional lattice. The materials used provide clarity and integrity, setting it apart from surrounding architecture. Photo Credits: Heatherwick Studio
Vessel, an architecture project by Heatherwick Studio, serves as a public landmark, welcoming visitors and creating a new meeting place in Manhattan. The 16-story structure features 2,465 steps, 80 landings, and stunning views of the Hudson River. Its unique design allows for over a mile of routes, and voids between steps create a three-dimensional lattice. The materials used provide clarity and integrity, setting it apart from surrounding architecture.

Photo Credits: Heatherwick Studio
Vessel | Heatherwick Studio
Vessel, an architecture project by Heatherwick Studio, serves as a public landmark, welcoming visitors and creating a new meeting place in Manhattan. The 16-story structure features 2,465 steps, 80 landings, and stunning views of the Hudson River. Its unique design allows for over a mile of routes, and voids between steps create a three-dimensional lattice. The materials used provide clarity and integrity, setting it apart from surrounding architecture. Photo Credits: Heatherwick Studio
Vessel, an architecture project by Heatherwick Studio, serves as a public landmark, welcoming visitors and creating a new meeting place in Manhattan. The 16-story structure features 2,465 steps, 80 landings, and stunning views of the Hudson River. Its unique design allows for over a mile of routes, and voids between steps create a three-dimensional lattice. The materials used provide clarity and integrity, setting it apart from surrounding architecture.

Photo Credits: Heatherwick Studio
Vessel | Heatherwick Studio
Vessel, an architecture project by Heatherwick Studio, serves as a public landmark, welcoming visitors and creating a new meeting place in Manhattan. The 16-story structure features 2,465 steps, 80 landings, and stunning views of the Hudson River. Its unique design allows for over a mile of routes, and voids between steps create a three-dimensional lattice. The materials used provide clarity and integrity, setting it apart from surrounding architecture. Photo Credits: Heatherwick Studio
EDEN, a residential architecture project by Heatherwick Studio, offers a unique response to its location that entwines nature with city apartment living. EDEN features an innovative design that resembles a spine blade with simple vertical plains, slim windows, and generous garden balconies. Hanging gardens provide stunning views of the surrounding greenery and connect indoor and outdoor living spaces.

Photo Credits: Hufton+Crow
EDEN | Heatherwick Studio
EDEN, a residential architecture project by Heatherwick Studio, offers a unique response to its location that entwines nature with city apartment living. EDEN features an innovative design that resembles a spine blade with simple vertical plains, slim windows, and generous garden balconies. Hanging gardens provide stunning views of the surrounding greenery and connect indoor and outdoor living spaces. Photo Credits: Hufton+Crow
EDEN, a residential architecture project by Heatherwick Studio, offers a unique response to its location that entwines nature with city apartment living. EDEN features an innovative design that resembles a spine blade with simple vertical plains, slim windows, and generous garden balconies. Hanging gardens provide stunning views of the surrounding greenery and connect indoor and outdoor living spaces.

Photo Credits: Hufton+Crow
EDEN | Heatherwick Studio
EDEN, a residential architecture project by Heatherwick Studio, offers a unique response to its location that entwines nature with city apartment living. EDEN features an innovative design that resembles a spine blade with simple vertical plains, slim windows, and generous garden balconies. Hanging gardens provide stunning views of the surrounding greenery and connect indoor and outdoor living spaces. Photo Credits: Hufton+Crow
EDEN, a residential architecture project by Heatherwick Studio, offers a unique response to its location that entwines nature with city apartment living. EDEN features an innovative design that resembles a spine blade with simple vertical plains, slim windows, and generous garden balconies. Hanging gardens provide stunning views of the surrounding greenery and connect indoor and outdoor living spaces.

Photo Credits: Hufton+Crow
EDEN | Heatherwick Studio
EDEN, a residential architecture project by Heatherwick Studio, offers a unique response to its location that entwines nature with city apartment living. EDEN features an innovative design that resembles a spine blade with simple vertical plains, slim windows, and generous garden balconies. Hanging gardens provide stunning views of the surrounding greenery and connect indoor and outdoor living spaces. Photo Credits: Hufton+Crow
Dolores Heights Residence by Jones | Haydu is a refurbishment project aimed at transforming disconnected rooms into an open, harmonious space. The house was designed to maximize its relationship with a unique site, with a straight axis of circulation and a material palette of cedar, standing seam metal, and cementitious panels. The forms of the house nest with each other, creating rooms within a wide-open plan.

Photo Credits: Matthew Millman House Mediterranean, Condo Loft, Modern Barn, Mountain Homes, Outdoor Inspirations, Sustainable Home, Shabby Chic Homes, Scandinavian Home, San Francisco California
Dolores Heights Residence | Jones | Haydu
Dolores Heights Residence by Jones | Haydu is a refurbishment project aimed at transforming disconnected rooms into an open, harmonious space. The house was designed to maximize its relationship with a unique site, with a straight axis of circulation and a material palette of cedar, standing seam metal, and cementitious panels. The forms of the house nest with each other, creating rooms within a wide-open plan. Photo Credits: Matthew Millman
The T33 Full-Time Center, a commercial project by Aedas and CCD (Cheng Chung Design), features a sustainable architectural design that promotes urban ecology. The commercial complex features a unique spatial layout, dividing it into three public functional blocks connected by a vertical green ecological system. This sustainable structure blends work, life, and leisure, allowing people to reconnect with nature without leaving the city.

Photo Credits: Blackstation Pixel Nature, Nature Technology, Time Centers, Nature And Technology, Timeless Architecture, Commercial Complex, Green Environment, Natural Ecosystem, Urban Fabric
T33 Full-Time Center | Aedas + CCD (Cheng Chung Design)
The T33 Full-Time Center, a commercial project by Aedas and CCD (Cheng Chung Design), features a sustainable architectural design that promotes urban ecology. The commercial complex features a unique spatial layout, dividing it into three public functional blocks connected by a vertical green ecological system. This sustainable structure blends work, life, and leisure, allowing people to reconnect with nature without leaving the city. Photo Credits: Blackstation Pixel
The T33 Full-Time Center, a commercial project by Aedas and CCD (Cheng Chung Design), features a sustainable architectural design that promotes urban ecology. The commercial complex features a unique spatial layout, dividing it into three public functional blocks connected by a vertical green ecological system. This sustainable structure blends work, life, and leisure, allowing people to reconnect with nature without leaving the city.

Photo Credits: Blackstation Pixel Ecology, Commercial Office, Office Building, Full Time, Architecture Design
T33 Full-Time Center | Aedas + CCD (Cheng Chung Design)
The T33 Full-Time Center, a commercial project by Aedas and CCD (Cheng Chung Design), features a sustainable architectural design that promotes urban ecology. The commercial complex features a unique spatial layout, dividing it into three public functional blocks connected by a vertical green ecological system. This sustainable structure blends work, life, and leisure, allowing people to reconnect with nature without leaving the city. Photo Credits: Blackstation Pixel
aims to balance sustainable design with profitable development. The three dwellings are designed to provide sunlight, natural views, and outdoor access. The main house living area opens to the dining and kitchen, with large doors leading to an outdoor deck. The interior design reflects outdoor light and textures.

Photo Credits: Witttman Estes White Oak Floating Stairs, High Gloss White Kitchen, Sustainable Housing, White Gloss Kitchen, Floating Stairs, White Oak Floors, Building Section, Loft Living, White Laminate
Tsuga Townhomes | Wittman Estes
aims to balance sustainable design with profitable development. The three dwellings are designed to provide sunlight, natural views, and outdoor access. The main house living area opens to the dining and kitchen, with large doors leading to an outdoor deck. The interior design reflects outdoor light and textures. Photo Credits: Witttman Estes
a building with grass and trees in front of it
Casa AS | Mário Alves Arquiteto
Casa AS by Mário Alves Arquiteto explores the site’s characteristics, utilizing its excellent sun exposure, open views, and vegetation-induced skyline. The residence features a simple, continuous design, creating a platform with open views organized as a podium. The volumes are organized with large glass panels that limit interior/exterior spaces, creating a sense of space that combines physical touch and visual experience. Photo Credits: Ivo Tavares Studio
a modern house is shown on the corner of a street in front of a grassy area
House of Parallel Walls | Aakar Group of Consultancy
House of Parallel Walls by Aakar Group of Consultancy is a magnificent residence that seamlessly blends elegance and understated splendor. Named after its parallel walls cutting through terraces, the residence pays homage to traditional Muslim family features with a modern twist. Its artful entrance and exquisite details showcase the enduring appeal of architectural excellence and its profound impact on the human spirit. Photo Credits: Clickophilets Studio