Dekleva Gregoric Architects

Dekleva Gregorič architects is a Ljubljana-based architecture studio attempting to pursue the concept of ‘research by design’ and ‘design by research’ spanning several modes (spatial, social, material, historical…), different scales and programs, diverse climates, and localities. Understanding specific constraints and conditions of the context becomes the ultimate generative tool that aims to challenge the obvious and propose a specific response.

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Plot ABC | Blue Temple

Plot ABC, designed by Blue Temple, is inspired by Myanmar’s traditional bamboo scaffolding construction technique. The goal is to create a self-sustained multifunctional community public space which will include a chin lone court (traditional Burmese ball game), a zayat (senior resting area), an urban community farm. The objective of this real-world project in the center of the city is to showcase the possibilities that bamboo holds within the construction industry.

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AOC Business Center | Mube Arquitectura

AOC Business Center, designed by Mube Arquitectura, results from programmatic premises, the plastic possibilities of concrete as a material substance, and the know-how of AOC in its activity, projection, and stability. The program consists of offices, warehouses, garages, an outdoor park, a tennis court, a lake, and a cycle and pedestrian maintenance circuit.

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Mube Arquitectura

Mube has been developing architecture and urban planning projects since 2000, maintaining the search for innovative and effective solutions to the multiple demands of the world as the mobilising principle of its projects. The developed projects have covered various areas, both in new buildings and in the area of rehabilitation, combining different scales and typologies, from housing to urbanism, services, equipment and interiors.

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Ekhusen | AndrénFogelström

Ekhusen, designed by AndrénFogelström, consists of four small cabins embedded in nature on the island of Öland off the Swedish east coast. The whole building is lifted off the ground to guarantee it can withstand flooding from the nearby Baltic Sea. This also made it possible to save the large oak trees on the site, whose roots are left undisturbed by the footprint of the building.

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Rehabilitation of Vila Nova de Famalicão Municipal Market | Rui Mendes Ribeiro

Rehabilitation of Vila Nova de Famalicão Municipal Market, designed by Rui Mendes Ribeiro, decongests the old fairgrounds and makes a more pleasant space with better hygienic conditions. The intervention in the Famalicão Municipal Market aimed its rehabilitation, with the premise of enhancing its architectural character and improving the existing conditions. The main volume, which was maintained and rehabilitated in the architectural Project, takes the form of a broken line in a blueprint.

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House in Litoral Alentejano | Aires Mateus

House in Litoral Alentejano in Portugal, designed by Aires Mateus, includes four houses and a water tank. The placement of the several houses will be decided by each owner. These areas, compressed by a lifted ground and a lowered ceiling, become spaces that group to limit and define the “exterior volume,” emphasizing it as the main space of the house.

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Office MA | éOp – architecture and design

Office MA, designed by éOp – architecture and design, aimed to create different areas of use so that the entire space was uniform in terms of its experience, materiality & form. Simple spaces were intended so that the appropriation could be based on the identity of the new business projects. The new installations intend to introduce a uniform collective, where the routes discipline and the volumes confine in work and leisure areas.

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Wood and Mountain | Sher Maker

Wood and Mountain, designed by Sher Maker, is a hospitality project welcoming travelers into the middle of nowhere atmosphere. Form of the building was designed simply in order of steel structure refers to the wooden house wall system commonly seen in northern Thailand. Architecture language influenced by vernacular architecture, the project takes shape as a simple wooden structure opening up to the surrounding vegetation.

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1205 – WSW Wohnhaus S. IM Allgau | CAMA A

1205 – WSW Wohnhaus S. IM Allgau, designed by CAMA A, is the construction of a new low-energy single-family house in Germany. The living space was designed and optimized for a family of four, and the floor plan of the main house is compact and efficient. The corridor allows you to walk through the house from east to west, from the street over the front garden to the back garden, which is oriented towards the west.

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CAMA A

CAMA A, based in Berlin, is an architecture office for the big picture and the small details founded in 2011 by Marc Hensel. For them, architecture is the challenge of calmly combining functionality and sensuality. The simple, the reduction to the essentials and always sharpened the view to create tension between the everyday, the familiar and the changes in our needs. The desire to discover the familiar in a new way and to caress the mind’s senses.

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Juana Azurduy 1635 | BAAG – BuenosAiresArquitecturaGrupal

Juana Azurduy, designed by BAAG – Buenos Aires Arquitectura Grupal, consists of two four-story wings separated by an inner courtyard. The building looks to provide an urban statement, making a point of considering the wall that divides it from the school a façade and not just a “blind” wall. The goal was to create apartments capable of adapting to the resident’s needs, in line with their preferences.

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Artisans Ayutthaya: The Woman Restaurant | Bangkok Project Studio

Artisans Ayutthaya: The Woman Restaurant, designed by Bangkok Project Studio, is a restaurant governed by women descendants who are determined to preserve Ayutthaya’s cuisine and craft. They are five right-angle triangular buildings made of glass blocks framed by wood. The designer intended these five buildings to be made of materials that everyone overlooks, but when put together, create a new value worth a second look.

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Weekly Highlights 2021 #38

Archidiaries is excited to share the ‘Project of the Week’ – Mothimahal Gold & Diamonds by ENVID. Along with this, the weekly highlight contains a few of the best projects, published throughout the week. These selected projects represent the best content curated and shared by the team at ArchiDiaries.

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Sal De Jade | 0studio

Sal De Jade, designed by 0studio, is a monolith restaurant representing its site because of its materiality, textures, and landscape. By developing the entire program on a single level, the building has a laterally incorporated space that plays an opposite role to the volume. For the interior to be fully alive, the atmospheres achieved by the proposed materials aim to provide an intimate experience for each visitor.

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Seven Lives | Anna & Eugeni Bach

Seven Lives, designed by Anna & Eugeni Bach, consists of a small block of three tiny apartments on a plot between established buildings in the old center of the Horta neighborhood in Barcelona. Given the scarcity of surface, the proposal adds value to the homes through a central space that includes the staircase, kitchen and bathroom. Summing up all of the different combinations, there are seven ways of living in these three houses, seven lives, like seven windows.

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Anna & Eugeni Bach

Anna & Eugeni Bach is an architecture studio that operates in a wide spectrum of design, from urban planning and architecture to interior and object design.

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PF House | HORMA Estudio

PF House, designed by Horma Estudio, is a home interior aiming to connect the day area and the night area in a single space through a transition space with expansions and compressions that guide the steps between one area and another. The geometry of the elements, marked from the beginning by the directions of the existing perimeter, has just given the space its own personality and character.

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Red Box | AD Architecture

Red Box, designed by AD Architecture, forms a strong contrast with the surroundings and conveys a sense of harmony and respect. It blends into the wider built environment in a high profile. White and red boxes with varying sizes and proportions are combined yet separated subtly, producing modern and aesthetic building exteriors. White and red boxes with varying sizes and proportions are combined yet separated subtly, producing modern and aesthetic building exteriors.

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AD Architecture

AD ARCHITECTURE (Shenzhen) is committed to carrying out architectural and interior design and research from unique perspectives and is dedicated to creating distinctive visual art for each project. With international vision, determination to break the boundary, and a strategic project management system, the team insists on an explorative attitude to create interaction between humans and objects during spatial design practices.

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