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This is a category for those of you who find pleasure in analyzing the graceful lines and the silhouette of a beautiful building, who enjoy discovering new and intuitive designs for multi-functional spaces or who love modern architecture and everything that has to do with it. Browse our articles to come across wonderful architectural designs from all over the world.

Modular Library Studio With A Flexible Design And A Prefab System Full story

Posted in Architecture | by Simona Ganea, on January 16, 2014

Modular Library Studio With A Flexible Design And A Prefab System

Lately there’s been a trend that involves building annexes separate from the main house in places such as the garden or the backyard. It’s the case with this interesting library. It was designed by 3rd space and it’s a modular studio built in the garden of a literature professor who lives in Oxfordshire. The owner...

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Room 11 – An Office Building Made Of Shipping Containers Full story

Posted in Architecture | by Simona Ganea, on January 15, 2014

Room 11 – An Office Building Made Of Shipping Containers

Shipping containers have become very popular now that architects have found new and innovative ways in which to use them. We have seen many houses made of containers and even some commercial spaces. Today we’re going to take a look at an office building which shares a similar story. This is Room 11, a company...

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Strobl Winery: A Converted Austrian Wine Cellar Full story

Posted in Architecture | by Brittney Smart, on January 13, 2014

Strobl Winery: A Converted Austrian Wine Cellar

Triangular angles and flat, glossy surfaces are part of what constitute the delightfully modern architecture of the newly converted Strobl Winery, in Austria. What used to be a wine cellar is now, after a year of planning, designing, and reconstructing, an impressive contemporary four-story building that accommodates wine storage, wine tasting events, fine food and...

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The cozy La Luge cabin – a contemporary holiday attraction in Quebec Full story

Posted in Architecture | by Simona Ganea, on January 11, 2014

The cozy La Luge cabin – a contemporary holiday attraction in Quebec

Located in Quebec, Canada, La Luge is a charming holiday cabin designed by YH2 Architects. It’s situated in the middle of the forest so it’s surrounded by nature and fresh air. Here you can relax and admire the snowy landscape. The cabin is surrounded by dense vegetation which ensures privacy and it’s equipped with everything...

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Architect Transforms A Cement Factory Into A Spacious And Inviting Home Full story

Posted in Architecture | by Simona Ganea, on January 9, 2014

Architect Transforms A Cement Factory Into A Spacious And Inviting Home

This is the home and workspace of architect Ricardo Bofill. It used to be a former cement factory until the architect completely transformed it. Located in Barcelona, Spain the residence is very spacious. It includes an office, an exhibition space, an apartment, guest rooms and several other functions. With a total floor area of 3,100...

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Charlotte Perriand’s 1934 Beach House Brought To Life By Louis Vuitton Full story

Posted in Architecture | by Simona Ganea, on January 6, 2014

Charlotte Perriand’s 1934 Beach House Brought To Life By Louis Vuitton

Charlotte Perriard lived between 1903 and 1999 and she was the world’s first famous female architect. At one point, she designed a prefabricated holiday home for the working classes and it was an ingenious project but it only got the respect and recognition it deserved recently. So the project was brought back to life 80...

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Derailed Train Transformed Into A Mobile Cultural Center Full story

Posted in Architecture | by Simona Ganea, on January 4, 2014

Derailed Train Transformed Into A Mobile Cultural Center

Old trains are very alluring and mysterious, whether it’s because of their history, their function or simply because they look so fierce and huge. It’s why people have been re-purposing them into all sorts of things, from homes to entertainment spaces or art galleries. This particular train was part of a recovery program and was...

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