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Nong Ho 17 House / Skarn Chaiyawat

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Overlooking a scenic landscape near the foot of the mountain, this house was stretched from north to south across the plot to let the view soak into every room and defined the private garden and swimming pool to the west and parking area with a small garden to the east of the house. The first floor consists of an open living space with a pantry area on one end and a guest room on the other. Upon the second floor is the private part of the house with two bedrooms connected by an open-air living area in the middle.

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Permanent Visit Inn / Estudio 2850

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Historically, the urban context of habitability in Ecuador has reduced the decision for contracting the construction and design of projects related to housing in 2 alternatives (in the middle and lower socioeconomic classes of the country): A professional-graduate with predominance in theoretical knowledge, design, and engineering related to functional, aesthetical, and financial criteria; or a non-titled professional with domain in empirical-practical and technical knowledge of construction. Due to cost variables and to avoid formal complications in terms of saving time, most people choose the second alternative. Architecture, the act of building, and the planning of living in the city have been reduced to an apparently sumptuous alternative that only a privileged few can access.

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Cincinnati Ballet: Margaret & Michael Valentine Center for Dance / GBBN

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Drawn by the artistry, athleticism, and precision of ballet, students flock to the Cincinnati Ballet Academy. While their annual production of The Nutcracker has increased their renown, it’s programs like Ballet Moves that have deepened the organization’s impact on the community by providing inclusive opportunities for students with Down’s Syndrome to experience the joy of dance.

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Flagpole in Nakameguro House / SALHAUS

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This tiny house is located in a densely populated area of central Tokyo. Forty-five square meters is not an extremely small lot in Tokyo, but a flag lot of this size is scarce. We thought it would be challenging to plan a house here when we first visited the site. Meanwhile, the client said it was just the right size for him. When we design a house, we usually try to find a general form that is not specific to the client’s sensibilities but can enjoy the maximum comfort of the site.

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