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L∞P

The Loop, a dental clinic in Fukuyama­-City, Hiroshima, Japan, is designed to have an irregular alignment of external walls with green insertions, so as to create an experience of forest bathing in downtown area.

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Sauflon Centre for Innovation

A unique project in Gyál, Hungary - born as a result of a collaboration between glass sculptor Andras Bojti and architect Laszlo Földes - stands for the mutual inspiration of science, technology and art.

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A&A HOUSE

The house is designed to accommodate the needs of a four-member family. It is located in a small plot (315 m2), situated at the foothills of Hymettus mountain.

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Ecork Hotel in Portugal

Located in Évora, Portugal, Ecork Hotel includes a spa, health club, gym, restaurant, bar, conference rooms, outdoor pool and 56 bungalows-suites.

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Sharifi-ha House in Tehran, Iran

The house was titled Sharifi-ha, in honor of traditional Iranian mansions. Located in Darrous, Tehran, in a narrow façade plot, the building transforms its two-dimensional façade to a three-dimensional one.

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Marpessa Smart Luxury Hotel

Marpessa Hotel is housed in a preserved house building dated in the early 1920’s in Agrinio, Greece.

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Torcuato House in Buenos Aires

Located in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in between different species of trees and bushes, Torcuato House hosts the needs of a couple with a teenager son.

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Oceanique Villas in Mui Ne, Vietnam

Located in Mui Ne, a seaside holiday destination in Vietnam’s south east coast, Oceanique Villas offer a dreaming place for living.

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Old Winery in Santorini

An old winery in Santorini was converted into a modern vacation house. The shell that hosts the residence was a traditional winery that, in the past, was used for wine and raki production. 

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Kensington Apartment

A Kensington apartment was thoroughly renovated to create a space, free from conventional and typified solutions, in which architecture can discourse with art.

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Vacation House in Tinos

On Tinos island, on the waterfront of a peninsula on the west coast of Kardiani village, a south - facing summer house admires the astonishing view of the Aegean sea, the Tinian landscape and the infinite blue.

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Ellinikes Kataskeves magazine | September | 190

 

ΑRCHITECTS
- 3SK Stylianidis Architects
 
PROJECT
- Residential building in Voula | 314 architecture studio
- Hotel - Spa in Kardamili | George Stefanis, Alixis Tsitouras, Efi Papaioannou, Pantelis Stefanis

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Villas

With its 12th annual publication, Villas magazine’s 2014 edition again unveils the most interesting examples of large-scale residences, at a critical time for architecture.

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Apartments

APARTMENTS is an international publication that is circulated in Greece, Cyprus, UK, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Qatar, Bahrain, Turkey, China and Taiwan.

16 unique apartments, designed by top architectural firms, are included in this bilingual and international bookazine, alongside with an exclusive interview of the world class design firm Studio Job.

Iin the luxurious print edition, contemporary interior design trends are being highlighted, through thorough presentations of apartments, combining modern aesthetics tastes with technological innovation, within the frame of a beautiful city life.

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Maison de Campagne

In an effort to survey the most interesting examples of summer houses in Greece, the eighth edition of “Maison de Campagne” offers its readers an attractive selection of architectural examples, both in the islands and on the mainland. This issue is a getaway to the intimate atmosphere of the past through a modern design experience.

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MYKONOSVillas

“MYKONOSVillas”  is a bilingual luxurious bookazine where the Cycladic plasticity blends with modern architectural forms, through 14 selected Mykonian Villas of unique aesthetic situated in ideal privileged locations.

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“I have been impressed with the urgency of doing. Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Being willing is not enough; we must do.”
- Leonardo da Vinci
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