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Prefab modern and affordable homes. Wishing for someone to think about building a unique modern and green neighborhood. #CNY #Syracuse #Real Estate

Prefab modern and affordable homes. Wishing for someone to think about building a unique modern and green neighborhood. #CNY #Syracuse #Real Estate

fabriciomora:  Modular Home Additions in rustic style  The One+ house is a compact house design based on the principle of Legos – just add pieces to build on the structure. Each cottage-chic module measures 15m2, and is prefabricated using local Swedish materials in an eco-sustainable, future-forward design. Need more room? No problem! Just add another module to double your space.

fabriciomora: Modular Home Additions in rustic style The One+ house is a compact house design based on the principle of Legos – just add pieces to build on the structure. Each cottage-chic module measures 15m2, and is prefabricated using local Swedish materials in an eco-sustainable, future-forward design. Need more room? No problem! Just add another module to double your space.

Architecture section cut

Architecture section cut

matos castillo. ampliacion del museo el prado, accesit

matos castillo. ampliacion del museo el prado, accesit

Resultados XXVIII Concurso CAP 2014

Resultados XXVIII Concurso CAP 2014

Villa Vita Cancer Centre Arkitektfirmaet C. F. Møller,  maquette, architectural model, maqueta, modulo

Villa Vita Cancer Centre Arkitektfirmaet C. F. Møller, maquette, architectural model, maqueta, modulo

MahaNakhon / Ole Scheeren, OMA,© OMA/Ole Scheeren 2009

MahaNakhon / Ole Scheeren, OMA,© OMA/Ole Scheeren 2009

Frederic Borel, mixed use building.

Frederic Borel, mixed use building.

nexttoparchitects — #nextarch by @archi_mj #next_top_architects 애증의 구...:

nexttoparchitects — #nextarch by @archi_mj #next_top_architects 애증의 구...:

The winners of the Casablanca Bombing Rooms Architecture Competition have been announced. The competition’s goal was to create designs for a library/community center and concepts from Australia, China and Japan were selected as winners. The jury chose the winning entries that best combined a variety of spaces, ranging from dark to light, solitary to collective, and passive versus active - all the while honoring the memory of the nearby bombings.

The winners of the Casablanca Bombing Rooms Architecture Competition have been announced. The competition’s goal was to create designs for a library/community center and concepts from Australia, China and Japan were selected as winners. The jury chose the winning entries that best combined a variety of spaces, ranging from dark to light, solitary to collective, and passive versus active - all the while honoring the memory of the nearby bombings.