SALA Samui Chaweng Beach Resort / onion

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  • Architects: onion
  • Location: Ko Samui, Ko Samui District, Surat Thani, Thailand
  • Lead Architects: Siriyot Chaiamnuay, Arisara Chaktranon
  • Area: 10757.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Wworkspace , Wison Tungthunya
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Text description provided by the architects. Sala Samui Chaweng Beach Resort has a panoramic view of Chaweng Beach on Thailand’s third largest island. Ko Samui lies in the Gulf of Thailand off the east coast of Surat Thani Province. It is known for its palm-fringed beaches, coconut groves, crystal clear sea, mountainous rainforest, luxury resorts and spas. It has a domestic and international airport. Travelers stop over at Chaweng Beach before joining the Full Moon Party on Ko Pha Ngan.

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Onion started designing 138-room Sala Samui Chaweng Beach Resort 5 years ago in the scopes of architecture, interior, hardscape including decks and swimming pools, furniture, lighting

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House in the Mountain / Gluck+

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  • Architects: GLUCK+
  • Location: United States
  • Project Team: Shannon Bambenek, Cory Collman, Peter L. Gluck, Charlie Kaplan, Jason LaPointe, Matthew Lawson, James MacGillivray, Scott Scales
  • Area: 2850.0 ft2
  • Project Year: 2012
  • Photographs: Steve Mundinger, GLUCK+
  • Land Planning: Joseph Wells Land Planning
  • Civil Engineer: Sopris Engineering, LLC
  • Geotechnical Engineer: HP Geotech
  • Mep/Sustainability Consultant: IBC Engineering Services, Inc.
  • Structural Engineer: Robert Silman Associates P.C.
  • Low Voltage/Mechanical Controls: LEAX Controls
  • Glazing: Forst Consulting Co. Inc.
  • Lighting: Lux Populi
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Text description provided by the architects. Looking to extend the idea of the ‘Landscape House,’ this 2,850 SF guest house in the Rocky Mountains integrates into and accentuates its mountain environment. Two intersecting bar shapes bookend to complete the implied courtyard of the original house, creating a high mountain yard that connects the two structures into a single family gathering place. The East-West bar of the new

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House Vision / Jun Igarashi Architects

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Text description provided by the architects. When thinking about the window, we decided to reconsider the form and composition of the window as an element, thinking that there is an infinite possibility in the “cross-section” of a window. The "window" which is the boundary between the inside (architectural space) and the outside (context)is now taken as a new element in it’s section. If we look the cross section of a window with a microscope we can find a lot of new small spaces that connect the interior with the exterior. This spaces can connect “people with architecture”, “people and context” and also “people with people”.

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For this project we proposed the main entrance of the house like a living room. The cross-section of the

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Linea Residence G / Poon Design

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  • Developer/Lead Designer: Andrew Adler, Alta Verde Acquisitions, LLC
  • General Contractor: Alta Verde Builders
  • Civil Engineer: MSA Consulting Inc.
  • Structural Engineer: Option One
  • Mep/T24 Engineer: MRC Engineering
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Text description provided by the architects. This production house sets a new standard for the speculative tract housing industry. To the home buying audience, Residence G offers a production home that equals the presence of custom luxury estates. And Residence G does so at a record low construction cost—one-fourth the cost per square foot of the high end residences seen throughout Southern California.

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Coined Museum Modern – clarity and precision, minimal lines, walls of glass, measured proportions, and Cubist massing deliver iconic

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Residence 1446 / Miró Rivera Architects

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  • Architects: Miró Rivera Architects
  • Location: Austin, United States
  • Design Team: Carina Coel, Bud Franck, Clayton Fry, Leland Ulmer
  • Design Partners: Juan Miró, FAIA LEED AP Miguel Rivera, AIA LEED AP
  • Project Architect/Manager: Edward Richardson
  • Area: 7075.0 ft2
  • Photographs: Paul Finkel | Piston Design
  • Civil Engineer: Aupperle Company
  • Structural Engineer: Architectural Engineers Collaborative
  • Mep Engineer: A. A. Gonzalez Engineers
  • Lighting: ArcLight Design
  • Specialty Metal Work: Jim Thomas Bronze Studio, Inc.
  • General Contractor: Don Crowell, Inc.
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Text description provided by the architects. Situated in a low-lying field adjacent to both a lake and a quiet lagoon, Residence 1446 was the final element of a 10-year master plan that includes a guest house, pedestrian bridge, pool and boathouse. To contrast with the verticality of the three-story guest house, this one-level home is defined by a horizontality that responds quietly and

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Avianca Lounges / Francesc Rifé Studio

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  • Architects: Francesc Rifé Studio
  • Location: 39 Marylebone High St, London, United Kingdom
  • Architects In Charge: Francesc Rifé
  • Design Team: Sandra de Nutte, Alberto Olmos, Sergio Alfonso, Bruno Benedito, Carlos Fernández Saracibar, Patricia Guridi, Carlos Olmos, Sònia Pellicer, Paola Noguera
  • Engineering: BQ
  • Construction: JACB
  • Area: 74.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: David Zarzoso
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Text description provided by the architects. Conceived as a transitional space, the Avianca lounges project at El Dorado International Airport in Bogotá seeks to maximize the user's experience through its layout and materiality. A balanced contrast between textures and volumes evokes the essence of the Colombian airline, providing aesthetic order to produce a calming atmosphere.

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One of the main goals for the interior design has been to harmonize the potential for spaciousness vertically and horizontally offered by the floor plan. Divided into two main territories —Gold and Diamond—,

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The Walk-in Camera Obscura at Fürstenfeld Regional Hospital / balloon architekten ZT-OG

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  • Architects: balloon architekten ZT-OG
  • Location: Krankenhausgasse 1, 8280 Fürstenfeld, Austria
  • Lead Architects: Iris Rampula, Konrad Promitzer
  • Other Participants: gaft-Lichtdesign, Eugen Schöberl
  • Interior Designer: ARGE Morawetz – Zinganel, Wolfgang Wimmer
  • Clients: Steiermärkische Krankenanstaltengesellschaft KAGES, KIG Krankenanstalten Immobilien GmbH
  • Area: 41.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: Schreyer David
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A permanent spatial installation for the “Room of Silence” at the palliative unit
The only architectural firm to do so, balloon have been experimenting since 2012 with camera obscura modules in contemporary architectural culture.
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Camera obscura
In terms of how it works, the camera obscura as the prototype of the photographic camera is much like the human eye, that depicts images upside down on the retina. Distinctive features in the surroundings are photographed and projected in real time through a hole in the wall, upside down and along with all changes due to incidence

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Arturo House / Moirë arquitectos

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  • Architects: Moirë arquitectos
  • Location: Mar del Plata, Argentina
  • Half Covered Area: 40.0 m2
  • Area: 200.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: Ramiro Sosa
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Text description provided by the architects. The project is located in Mar del Plata, Argentina. This house responds to the requirements of a young family, who prioritizes the privacy and the relationship with the green areas.

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Bearing in mind those premises, the design tries to create a limit from the street, which results in a simple façade. As you get into the house, it opens up to the backyard and the patios in both sides of the public areas. This resource allows the access of natural light and creates all kind of visuals along the first floor.

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Here you can find the living room, the dining room, the kitchen, a two-car garage which can be

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Madroños 27 / Bueso-Inchausti & Rein Arquitectos

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  • Architects: Sacha Bueso-Inchausti, Pablo Rein y Edgar Bueso-Inchausti
  • Location: Av. de los Madroños, 27, 28043 Madrid, Spain
  • Architecture Team: Fabricio Cordido, Gonzalo Nieto
  • Area: 7341.05 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: Alfonso Quiroga
  • Construction: Zimenta, Obras y Proyectos S.L..
  • Engineering: Buin Ingenieros
  • Technical Architects: Antonio Gil Melero y Natalia Rodríguez
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Text description provided by the architects. The construction of the building in the “Parque Conde de Orgaz” area, required the previous processing of a planning figure, a detailed study, as well as the formal and functional adaptation of the building to its surroundings.

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The convergence of orientation and views at noon on the front access of the plot, the existence to the north of a degraded urban environment and the adjoining buildings of a certain entity in both side boundaries, led us to

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Fabbrica / GD Studio Arquitetura

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  • Architects: GD Studio Arquitetura
  • Location: Rua Rafael Rossi, n°11. Bairro Nossa Senhora de Lourdes, Caxias do Sul / RS, Brazil
  • Architects In Charge : Carolina Onzi Giovanella, Cláudia Geremia, Mônica Randon Debortoli, Natália Molinari Viapiana, Sabrina Morais Monaretto
  • Area: 2390.69 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: Marcelo Donadussi
  • Funnel: Funilaria JN
  • Structural Design: Ekman Engenharia
  • Lighting: Magnani luz e energia
  • Electrical Project: Engenheiro Paulo Bolson
  • Hydraulic And Electrical Installations: Hoffman Instalações
  • Architectural Design, Hydraulic Design And Interior Design: GD Studio Arquitetura
  • Wood Work: Móveis Nova Arte
  • Landscape Design: Gilberto Blume
  • Acoustics Consulting: Rafael Heissler
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Text description provided by the architects. A landmark of Caxias do Sul´s past, the Luiz Michielon Winery, resurfaced in the panorama of the city after years of forgetfulness. The wine-growing company that boosted the caxiense economy, between 1920 and 1970, had its activities closed in 1977, victim of a crisis

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AYYA House / Estudio Galera Arquitectura

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  • Architects: Estudio Galera Arquitectura
  • Location: Pinamar, Argentina
  • Architects In Charge: Ariel Galera, Cesar Amarante, Francisco Villamil, Diego Ballario
  • Area: 290.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: Diego Medina
  • Engineer: Javier Mendia
  • Surveyor: Claudio D eramo
  • Landscape Design: Pasesaggio
  • Electricity: Gabriel Jaimon
  • Builder: Leandro Condori
  • Gutters And Conduits: Rubén Calvo
  • Forge : Juan Rascione/Marcelo Herrero
  • Model: Lucas Galli
  • Lot Area: 1475.0 m2
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Music invents silence, architecture invents space.
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A flat lot located in a gated community in Pinamar opens as a fan from east to west, from the front –street- to the rear façade. Some young pines act as a gentle filter between the lot, the neighbors and the fields of General Madariaga –at the other side of Provincial Route 11.  These comprised the first project data for a vacation home which would offer ample spaces to gather and converse bearing in
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Little House / mw|works architecture+design

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  • Contractor: E&H Construction
  • Structural Engineer: PCS Structural Solutions
  • Landscape Architects: Johnson Southerland
  • Interior Design: Avery Cox Design / Avery Cox
  • Lot Size: 1.7 acres on Hood Canal
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Text description provided by the architects. The Little House is nestled into a lush second growth forest on a north facing bluff overlooking Hood Canal with distant views to Dabob Bay. Designed to repurpose an existing foundation, the new building is just over 20 ft square.  The simple form is abstracted against the forest - a stark exterior contrasting a warm bright interior.

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The owners live full time in Houston, Texas but have shared many summers with family at a nearby property outside Seabeck. They loved the wildness of the southern Canal and imagined a

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Sampaio Vida House / Rocco Arquitetos

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  • Architects: Rocco Arquitetos
  • Location: São Paulo, Brazil
  • Architect In Charge : Giancarlo Rocco
  • Collaborators: Luciano Rocco, Ucha Pasquali Rocco, Simone Ferreira, Jairo Correa Junior
  • Area: 262.3 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: Evelyn Muller
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Text description provided by the architects. The main modification in the renovation of this residence built in the 1940s was on the ground floor. The living and dining rooms were at the front and the kitchen at the back. The center of the plant was occupied by an uncovered service courtyard, the staircase to the upper level, the distribution corridor and a guest toilet. This whole central set, apart from the staircase, was demolished and the service courtyard was covered by glass and incorporated into the social area of ​​the residence that lacked better natural light.

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Sampaio Vida House / Rocco Arquitetos

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  • Architects: Rocco Arquitetos
  • Location: São Paulo, Brazil
  • Architect In Charge : Giancarlo Rocco
  • Collaborators: Luciano Rocco, Ucha Pasquali Rocco, Simone Ferreira, Jairo Correa Junior
  • Area: 262.3 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: Evelyn Muller
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Text description provided by the architects. The main modification in the renovation of this residence built in the 1940s was on the ground floor. The living and dining rooms were at the front and the kitchen at the back. The center of the plant was occupied by an uncovered service courtyard, the staircase to the upper level, the distribution corridor and a guest toilet. This whole central set, apart from the staircase, was demolished and the service courtyard was covered by glass and incorporated into the social area of ​​the residence that lacked better natural light.

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This space, with double-height foot and transparent roof, is now occupied by

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Rear Window House / Edward Ogosta Architecture

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  • Contractor: Silverleaf Construction
  • Structural Engineer: Reiss Brown Ekmekji
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Text description provided by the architects. Rear Window House, the private family residence of Edward Ogosta, AIA, is a discreet yet decidedly modern addition and remodel to a 1944 bungalow in an area abundant with intact dwellings of the same era.  Key to the serene, minimal design was a sensitivity to context to lessen the addition’s impact on the neighborhood.  Through careful sequencing of new spaces, and strategically located apertures, the home opens itself up to become deeply integrated with the rear garden.  All exterior and interior finishes are unified to create a seamless architectural experience using a restricted material palette of glass, aluminum, wood, asphalt shingles, and concrete. 

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Earl Grey House / Elliott Architects

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  • Architects: Elliott Architects
  • Location: Grey Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom
  • Architect In Charge: Elliott Architects Ltd: Ben Elliott, David Hunt
  • Project Manager: Tom Newman + Nick Montgomery (Schroders) Client Paul Williams (MHBC)
  • M+E Engineers: Phil Carter (FHPP)
  • Structural Engineers: Juni Gurung (Fairhirsts)
  • Client : Tom Newman + Nick Montgomery (Schroders)
  • Area: 110.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Jill Tate
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Text description provided by the architects. The project demonstrates creative reuse of an existing grade II listed building within the historic Grainger Town Conservation Area in Newcastle.

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The design intentionally minimises physical and visual impact on the existing fabric of the building and surrounding heritage context. One of the key design concepts was to celebrate the beautiful Grade I listed Theatre Royal directly opposite the site, by creating a deep bronze lining which frames the view as you emerge from

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Beach House / [H] arquitectos

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  • Architects: [H] arquitectos
  • Location: Mazatlan, Mexico
  • Lead Architects : Javier Hidalgo, Ezequiel Ruiz, Luis Verdugo, Andrea Perezarce, Juan Manuel Osuna, Guadalupe Jasso
  • Area: 298.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2017
  • Photographs: Onnis Luque
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Text description provided by the architects. The design process with our client who was always open to any suggestions, improvements and new ideas were key to the project. The project must had a combined relation between interior and exterior showing the client’s unique personality and his passion for outdoors.

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Located a hundred meters from the beach inside a gated community, the lotsare rectangular where homes are built densely without space in between, and the result of this is poor light and air circulation inside homes. Knowing this, our main objective was to create a totalindependence from contextbut with an intimate relation with the ocean.  The floor design is the

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Apartment in Flamengo / Estúdio Guanabara

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  • Architects: Estúdio Guanabara
  • Location: Flamengo, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • Structure: Adriano Monteiro
  • Area: 190.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2016
  • Photographs: Flávia Palazzo
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Text description provided by the architects. The Flamengo penthouse was developed to adapt the facilities according to the family's wishes by creating comfortable and broad environments. The old apartment had a very fragmented floor plant composed by a separated kitchen and small bathrooms with little to no illumination and natural ventilation.

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The proposition consisted on the opening of the living room to the exterior area, as well as the integration of the kitchen and the living room. By doing so, the previously separated rooms composed an unique environment, united by the same pattern of flooring. 

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With the demolition of the wall that divided the living room and the exterior area, an

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Farmhouse Renovation / Atelier 56S

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  • Architects: Atelier 56S
  • Location: Bruz, France
  • Lead Architects: José Prieto, Fanny Landeau
  • Area: 208.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Jeremias Gonzalez
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Text description provided by the architects. The project consists of renovating an old farmhouse. In addition to the classic program of a house, the clients wanted a music room and a studio.

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We propose to preserve the original aspect of the farmhouse and to give it back its unity lost after several interventions in time. Openings are created to illuminate interior spaces. The living spaces and the music room are on the ground floor, along with the master bedroom. The guest rooms and the studio are on the first level, we detached the entire floor from the peripheral walls creating a wooden box aspect. This allows double heights in the living spaces.

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Newman House / Nicolás Pinto da Mota, Victoria Maria Falcon

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  • Architects: Nicolás Pinto da Mota, Victoria Maria Falcon
  • Location: Benavidez, Argentina
  • Collaborating Architects: Constanza Siniavsky, Tadeo Itzcovich, Hernan Sanchez
  • Project Manager: Matias Cosenza
  • Structures: Fernando Saludas
  • Landscape: Carlos Bendrich Bigtrees
  • Area: 350.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Photographs: Fernando Schapochnik
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Text description provided by the architects. The house is located in the outsides of Buenos Aires, inside a private neighbourhood. The most defined quality is its consolidated vegetation. This feature and the plots specific conditions gave as our first approximation. This was to create a special configuration that capture and live with the landscape that surrounded the house.

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To do this we developed a system of courtyards, galleries and logias that make the relationship between exterior and interior occur in a continuous way. This special organization, without great hierarchies, give as a result a continuous

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