BRABANT – Barcode Architects brings simplicity, material quality, and a contemporary appearance to a villa in Brabant, the Netherlands.
DÜSSELDORF – The curvy design plays out not only as a fluid visual feed but enforces the suggested movement of students rushing through to lectures and courses.
PARIS – Although the street-facing façade is maintained, it’s carte blanche behind it.
BLAAVAND – The Tirpitz bunker is the biggest and heaviest of 200 bunkers along the Danish coast and has been turned into collection of museums.
STAARUP – From the side, the administration building looks as if it has sunk into the ground overnight and might continue to collapse into the soil if you bump into it.
PARDUBICE – A secretive timber structure hung under the remains of an old railway bridge in a castle town in the east of the Bohemian region of the Czech Republic.
MEXICO CITY – A residential building development by Cadaval & Sola-Morales takes root inside a house of historical value.
SAINT-SULPICE – Swiss architects Fruehauf, Henry & Viladoms have completed an apartment building in Saint-Sulpice, a small municipality outside Lausanne on Lake Geneva.
SEOUL – Korean architects refurbish a residence into a modest, solemn museum for the country's 'comfort women'.
BORSELE – Rotterdam-based architects renovate a town hall from the 1970s in the rural municipality of Borsele.
SEOUL – The brick screen of this office building offers its users respite from the constant bustle of Seoul.
AMSTERDAM – The minimalist, concrete villa is surprisingly responsive to its site and local regulations.
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