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Tipología:Buildings housing

6.3.2020

Dillon617

Los Angeles’ Silver Lake neighborhood has transformed in the past two decades from a sleepy Eastside enclave, to one of the city’s most vibrant creative communities.
20.2.2020

MLK1101 Supportive Housing

Los Angeles County is currently home to the nation’s largest homeless population - over 58,000 individuals and counting. LOHA’s design for MLK1101 Supportive Housing transforms a vacant, unimproved lot in South Los Angeles into an uplifting housing community for previously homeless individuals to thrive.
14.11.2019

Lange Eng

Prioritizing the common spaces and the community of the families living here, the building was designed as a typical Danish block, surrounding a large common courtyard – a common green garden space.
13.11.2019

Abode

It’s no secret that everyone covets corner apartments. More light and better views, right? Well, not so with Abode318, our new Melbourne CBD residential apartment tower, where everyone gets a view: it’s democracy in action! Look closely at the wave-like 55 storey form and you will realise that each of the horizontal and vertical waves consist of individual rooms articulated as protrusions, creating the effect of a set of drawers pulled out at random.
11.11.2019

Shadowplay

The new gateway to the south, our residential project Shadowplay, with developer BPM, is a fluttering, kinetic sculpture that celebrates its location – a playground of creativity and commerce in Melbourne’s Southbank.
25.10.2019

Wafra Tower

OMA / Iyad Alsaka and Reinier de Graaf, in collaboration with Kuwait-based consultant Pace as a local partner, have revealed their design for the Wafra tower, a residential tower in the Hessa Al Mubarak District along the Kuwait City waterfront.
1.10.2019

EPIQ

With our first building IQON under construction in Ecuador, together with Uribe & Schwarzkopf we once again join forces to bring a vertical neighborhood to Quito, the greenest capital in South America.
20.8.2019

Green Villa

MVRDV has designed a small office and residential building on a corner lot next to the Dommel river in the Dutch village of Sint-Michielsgestel, using a gridded “rack” system to cover the building’s entire exterior in a variety of plants.

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