Henning Larsen Architects to design train station for new Danish town

News: Henning Larsen Architects has won a bid to design a train station for the new sustainably-designed city of Vinge, in a rural area outside Copenhagen (+ slideshow). Danish studio Henning Larssen has won an architecture competition to design an S-train station that will form the main transport hub in the centre of Vinge, the 350-hectare future […]

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MVRDV’s zigzagging buildings come top in Mainz basin contest

News: MVRDV and fellow Rotterdam studio MorePlatz have been selected to create a pair of dockside office blocks in Mainz, Germany, with designs for buildings featuring zigzagging profiles. Named Hafenspitze, the two buildings will become the first new structures in the proposed transformation of the city’s former shipping container harbour, described by the architects as “one of […]

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Elsa Urquijo’s campus for a Spanish charity is made up of “serene” white buildings

This complex of interlocking white buildings was designed by Elsa Urquijo Arquitectos to house the different activities of Spanish social charity Padre Rubinos (+ slideshow). Spanish studio Elsa Urquijo Arquitectos designed Padre Rubinos Complex in A Coruña, a city on the north-west coast of Spain. The charity, Padre Rubinos, was founded in the city almost a […]

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Football pitch hovers above basketball courts in winning UFCSPA campus design

News: Brazilian studio OSPA has won a competition to design a sports education campus in Porto Alegre, with a proposal that includes a floating football pitch (+ slideshow). OSPA Architecture and Urbanism’s “two-faced” design was selected as the winner of a national competition to design the new Campus Igara for the Health Sciences Federal University of Porto Alegre […]

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Terraces are cut out of the curved green roof of NL Architects’ Funen Blok K

Assorted plants create a blanket of red and green across the undulating roof of this housing block, completed by NL Architects for a newly developed Amsterdam neighbourhood (+ slideshow). Kamiel Klaasse and Pieter Bannenberg of local studio NL Architects designed the block as part of the Het Funen development to the east of the city – […]

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UK’s “first amphibious house” can float on floodwater like a boat in a dock

Work is nearing completion on the Amphibious House by Baca Architects – a family home on an island in the middle of the River Thames that can float on rising floodwater like a ship in its dock. The house by London studio Baca Architects was designed for a couple who had been looking for a […]

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The Broad gallery by Diller Scofidio + Renfro speeds towards completion in Los Angeles

News: Diller Scofidio + Renfro’s new art gallery is nearing completion in downtown Los Angeles –  a building that architect Elizabeth Diller says doesn’t “try to compete” with Frank Gehry’s Walt Disney Concert Hall next door (+ slideshow). Set to open on Grand Avenue early next year, The Broad will showcase over 2,000 works of postwar and contemporary […]

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Architects could become “closer to game designers or filmmakers”

Dezeen and MINI Frontiers: in the first in a series of extracts from interviews with the designers that participated in our exhibition on the future of mobility, Kieiichi Matsuda discusses how augmented reality could fundamentally transform the way we design buildings. “I see the architectural profession splitting into two parts,” Matsuda says. “On the one […]

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Carey House by Henry Goss: “Visualisation played a vital role in design decisions”

London architect Henry Goss has revealed how photo-realistic and 3D visualisations helped shape his design for this house in Hertfordshire, England, which is also the first output from the renderings studio he recently launched with fellow artist Peter Guthrie. Henry Goss, who has produced life-like renderings for many of his projects, designed the two-storey Carey House […]

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Yuusuke Karasawa’s maze-like S House has an entirely transparent facade

The exposed criss-crossing skeleton of this see-through house in Japan frames a labyrinth of wall-less rooms connected by over a dozen different staircases (+ slideshow). Designed by Tokyo-based architect Yuusuke Karasawa, S House is a two-storey-high building broken up into five split levels, creating a series of evenly sized rooms that are connected by staircases […]

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David Adjaye to transform “Mole Man” house in London into home for artists

News: architect David Adjaye has submitted plans to overhaul a house in Hackney – made famous by its former resident who dug a warren of tunnels underneath the property – to create a home for artist couple Tim Noble and Sue Webster. David Adjaye has designed a five-storey residence for a site in Hackney, the […]

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Marc Mimram designs “delicate pleated roof” for Montpellier’s new TGV station

News: French architect Marc Mimram has been selected to create a new train station in Montpellier – a building that will bridge over the railway line and feature an intricate pleated roof (+ slideshow). Marc Mimram’s Paris-based architecture and engineering firm will create the 3,500-square-metre station for TGV, France’s high-speed rail network, in the Odysséum district […]

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Charred-timber extension by A1 Architects transforms an old cottage into a home and studio

A freestanding concrete staircase spirals between the floors of this timber-frame and stone building remodelled by the founders of A1 Architects to form their own home and studio in Prague (+ slideshow). A1 Architects created the live-in studio within a two-hundred-year-old workers’ cottage in the east of Prague. Lenka Kremenova, co-founder of the studio, designed the […]

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Proposed mountain hostel by Atelier 8000 looks like it has crashed into the Earth

This giant cube that appears to have landed on its side in the mountains is a proposal by Czech studio Atelier 8000 for a facilities building in Slovakia’s High Tatras peaks (+ slideshow). With the “succinct shape of a simple cube” that appears to have been dropped at random onto the snowy landscape, Atelier 8000’s […]

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Lina Bo Bardi’s architecture honoured in new photography series by Leonardo Finotti

Ahead of what would have been the 100th birthday of Brazilian Modernist Lina Bo Bardi, photographer Leonardo Finotti has documented eight of the architect’s most important buildings (+ slideshow). Born in Rome in 1914, Bo Bardi moved to Brazil in 1946 and established a career that encompassed architecture, furniture and set design, exhibition curation and […]

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Reiulf Ramstad creates three glass-fronted cabins as Norwegian holiday home

Three small-scale timber and glass cabins on the Norwegian coast form a holiday home designed by Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter for three generations of the same family. Oslo-based Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter completed the project, named Micro Cluster Cabins, in Herfell – a coastal area in the county of Vestfold, Norway – for a couple with two grown-up sons who […]

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Li Xiaodong wins inaugural Moriyama Prize for “modest” Liyuan Library

News: Chinese architect Li Xiaodong has become the first recipient of the Moriyama Prize – a new award launched by the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada and architect Raymond Moriyama to rival the Pritzker and Stirling prizes. Launched earlier this year, the CAD$100,000 (£55,000) Moriyama Prize is one of the highest value award in architecture […]

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Richard Meier reveals 163-metre skyscraper underway in Taiwan

News: American architect Richard Meier has unveiled his design for a 163-metre-high skyscraper that is already under construction in the Taiwanese city of Taichung. The Taichung Condominium Tower is designed by Richard Meier & Partners to create 110 luxury apartments in the centre of the city, with a private swimming pool, fitness centre and sky garden. The buildings […]

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Villa MM’s timber-grille facade echoes the proportions of surrounding trees

Double-height lengths of unevenly spaced timber have been added to the side of this Swiss house by Feliz Architects, alluding to the shapes of nearby trees and screening the interiors from harsh sunlight (+ slideshow). Swiss studio Feliz Architects designed Villa MM for a couple on a site surrounded by vineyards and mountains in the […]

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ALA’s Kuopio City Theatre extension features a crinkled facade

Crinkled fibre-cement panels clad the facade of this theatre extension by Finnish studio ALA Architects in the city of Kuopio, complementing the concrete exterior of the original 1960s building (+ slideshow). The faceted facade of Kuopio City Theatre’s new extension was chosen by ALA to echo the white concrete panels on the original building, which the architects […]

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Kjellgren Kaminsky clads Öijared Hotel in timber strips from the nearby forest

Strips of timber from the surrounding forest cover the exterior of this hotel in Sweden by Kjellgren Kaminsky Architecture, so that it reflects its rural setting (+ slideshow). Öijared Hotel was designed by Swedish firm Kjellgren Kaminsky Architecture to provide accommodation for guests at Öijared Golf Club near Gothenburg, and is built next to a 1988 clubhouse by […]

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Hotel Shabby Shabby’s 22 pop-up guest rooms included a recycled riverside cabin

This cabin made from scaffolding is one of 22 temporary hotel rooms that popped up around Mannheim, Germany, as part of the Hotel Shabby Shabby event for the city’s Theater der Welt festival (+ slideshow). The Hedonist was designed by Portuguese architects Nuno Pimenta, Frederico Tavares de Pinho and Miguel C Tavares for the Hotel […]

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House for a pianist by David Sheppard Architects features fluted outer walls

Curves have been scooped out of the sides of this house for a pianist in Exeter, England, creating a rhythmic series of expanded and contracted spaces that frame the garden (+ slideshow). Designed by Devon-based David Sheppard Architects, Chimes is the one-bedroom home of a woman whose main request was space for her two pianos. Related […]

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New Pinterest board: sports centres

Our latest Pinterest board is filled with sports centres, gymnasiums and training facilities, including examples from Herzog & de Meuron, Zaha Hadid, BIG and Steven Holl Architects. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest | See our sports centres Pinterest board

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Johan Celsing’s red-brick crematorium follows the terrain of Asplund’s Woodland Cemetery

This red-brick crematorium was designed by Swedish architect Johan Celsing to blend into its setting in the historic Woodland Cemetery outside Stockholm (+ slideshow). Johan Celsing Arkitektkontor won a competition run by the city of Stockholm to design the new crematorium for the Woodland Cemetery – a Unesco World Heritage Site originally designed by Swedish […]

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70F Architecture completes a pair of matching homes for a brother and sister

Dutch studio 70F Architecture has created a pair of matching – but not identical – houses in Almere, featuring large windows that bring light into the circulation spaces rather than the living rooms (+ slideshow). Named Home 2.0, the project comprises two family houses built close to each other in the newly developed city of Almere, next […]

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Tham & Videgård’s Husarö House is a scenic retreat on the Stockholm archipelago

Behind the black steel exterior of this home on the Stockholm archipelago, Tham & Videgård Arkitekter has created a living space with vaulted ceilings, and bedrooms with one big skylight overhead (+ slideshow). Martin Videgård, one of the two directors of Tham & Videgård, designed Husarö House as a vacation home for his own family, […]

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Camarim Arquitectos pays homage to Lisbon’s decorative houses with a patterned-tile facade

The green-tiled facade of this Lisbon townhouse by Camarim Arquitectos has varying textures and opacities designed to reference the building that previously stood on the site (+ slideshow). Camarim Arquitectos designed the three-bedroom family home – named Casa no Príncipe Real, or House on Príncipe Real – to replace a building with a tiled exterior that is […]

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Zinc-clad chapel by René van Zuuk to be built over Almere’s city lake

News: the city of Almere in the Netherlands has selected a small curvy chapel designed by architect René van Zuuk to be constructed over the surface of the Weerwater lake. The Weerwater Chapel was one of five winners in a competition to develop architectural interventions in and around the lake, which forms the heart of the […]

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Miralles Tagliabue and Elizabeth de Portzamparc to design new Paris metro stations

News: architects have been selected for two of three new “iconic” train stations in Paris that will be built as part of the Grand Paris Express ring-route rail project. The Spanish architecture firm EMBT founded by Enric Miralles and Benedetta Tagliabue will design the Clichy-Montfermeil station in collaboration with French architects and engineers Bordas + Peiro, […]

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Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk completes “labyrinth-like” concrete home in Norway

External staircases connect the three stories of this cast-concrete house overlooking a lake in Norway by architect Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk (+ slideshow). Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk AS Arkitektkontor built the family home, named Concrete House, in the Stange region. It sits on the eastern shore of Mjøsa, the largest lake in Norway. Related story: Concrete tunnel extends through […]

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Jean Nouvel’s Sydney towers boast vertical gardens and a huge sunlight reflector

French architect Jean Nouvel teamed up with botanist Patrick Blanc to create this pair of plant-covered Sydney towers that reflect light into their lower levels with a huge cantilevered panel of mirrors. Named One Central Park, the complex is the centrepiece of a AUS$2 billion masterplan in downtown Sydney by developers Frasers Property Australia and Sekisui […]

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Schmidt Hammer Lassen’s Canadian library mimics the angular roofs of its neighbours

Danish architecture firm Schmidt Hammer Lassen has completed a public library in Edmonton, Canada, with a metallic facade and large windows designed to draw visitors inside (+ slideshow). The new Highlands Branch Library was designed by Schmidt Hammer Lassen and local firm Marshall Tittemore Architects to replace the community’s original library, which dated back to 1962, and […]

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Thomas Heatherwick’s Bombay Sapphire distillery photographed by Hufton + Crow

These new images by photographers Hufton + Crow reveal the curving details of the two glasshouses at Thomas Heatherwick’s visitor facility for British gin brand Bombay Sapphire (+ slideshow). Located at an old Victorian paper factory in Hampshire, Laverstoke Mill houses a new distillery within renovated brick buildings, while a pair of curved glass greenhouses […]

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Zaha Hadid designs a wooden building for Cambodian genocide researchers

News: Zaha Hadid has unveiled designs for a new Cambodian institution made up of five interwoven wooden towers to house the largest archive of genocide-related documents in Southeast Asia (+ slideshow). The London-based architect – who is best known for utilising modern materials such as concrete, fibreglass and resin – chose timber for the tapered wooden […]

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Garden chapel by AZL Architects features semi-transparent walls and a butterfly roof

Vertical lengths of timber mask the interior of this chapel designed by AZL Architects in eastern China, which features a distinctive V-shaped roof (+ slideshow). Chinese studio AZL Architects designed Nanjing Wanjing Garden Chapel for a riverbank site in Wanjing Garden, a park in the city of Nanjing, where it hosts weddings and other religious services. […]

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Case-Real’s House in Nagatoro sits at the base of a mountain

Japanese studio Case-Real has completed a small timber-clad cabin at the base of Mount Kamafuse in Saitama Prefecture (+ slideshow). Case-Real, the architecture studio led by designer Koichi Futatsumata, designed the single-storey House in Nagatoro to subtly reference the “beautiful silhouettes” of the nearby mountain by creating a gently angled roof. Related story: House in Tsurumaki […]

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School gymnasium by URA nestles into the landscape at a Belgian school

This concrete sports hall by Belgian studio URA has been built into a hillside in the wooded grounds of a school just outside Brussels (+ slideshow). URA was tasked with designing the new gymnasium for Koninklijk Atheneum Ukkel (KAU), a school in the south of the city that describes its campus as the “biggest garden […]

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Concrete cabin by Luciano Kruk Arquitectos built in an Argentinian woodland

This rural Argentinian home by Luciano Kruk Arquitectos was built from intersecting slabs of timber-imprinted concrete and sheets of glass (+ slideshow). The three-bedroom house, named Casa SV, is set within a wooded area of the coastal town of Pinamar, 200 miles south of Buenos Aires. Related story: Concrete house by Nickisch Sano Walder Architects […]

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Ministry of Design’s 100PP joins a wave of “edgy and interesting” buildings for Singapore creatives

World Architecture Festival 2014: Singapore’s creative industries are moving out of the central business district to more affordable light-industrial areas, says architect Colin Seah, who has recently completed a layered workplace building in the Pasir Panjang neighbourhood (+ slideshow). Speaking to Dezeen at the World Architecture Festival in Singapore last week, the Ministry of Design […]

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UNStudio’s Theatre de Stoep improves its acoustics with a moving auditorium ceiling

UNStudio has completed a theatre in the Dutch town of Spijkenisse, featuring a spotty facade that glows purple at night and an auditorium with a ceiling that moves to improve acoustics (+ slideshow). Opening tomorrow, the 5,800-square-metre Theatre de Stoep was designed by UNStudio to provide the town with two new auditoriums that can be adapted to […]

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Ole Scheeren’s The Interlace envisioned as “a blatant reversal” of tower-block housing

World Architecture Festival 2014: architect Ole Scheeren has revealed more about the motivations behind The Interlace, an “important prototype” for housing where horizontal buildings are stacked diagonally across one another to frame terraces, gardens and plazas (+ slideshow). Speaking to Dezeen at the World Architecture Festival in Singapore last week, Scheeren described the 170,000-square-metre complex as a “vertical village”. Conceived […]

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Sean Godsell unveils inaugural MPavilion designed to “bloom like a flower”

Pneumatic arms lift the walls of Sean Godsell’s MPavilion, the project billed as Australia’s answer to the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, which opened to the public today in Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Gardens (+ slideshow). Inspired by the temporary pavilions built in London’s Kensington Gardens each year, the inaugural MPavilion is the first of four structures commissioned by […]

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Kouichi Kimura’s Scape House uses a variety of windows to create a hierarchy of views

A collection of differently sized cuboids make up the volume of this family house in Shiga, Japan, designed by architect Kouichi Kimura to offer “versatile spaces” with “light and scenery” (+ slideshow). Kouichi Kimura, founder of Japanese studio FORM, developed the residence for a hilltop neighbourhood overlooking a lake, so he wanted the interiors to frame […]

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COBE’s Copenhagen kindergarten designed as a “village for children”

Vertical strips of masonry wrap around the buildings and playgrounds that make up Forfatterhuset Kindergarten, a new preschool in Copenhagen by Danish studio COBE (+ slideshow). COBE designed the three-storey structure, which has capacity for 160 children, to function as a scaled-down village with buildings of varying heights and purposes set within a landscaped area. Related story: Nursery school […]

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Architecture photographs of the year revealed

World Architecture Festival 2014: an image of the cavernous white interior of Zaha Hadid’s Heydar Aliyev Center has been named architectural photograph of the year, from a shortlist that also featured a twisted skyscraper and a sunken flea market (+ slideshow). The 20 photographs were competing in the 2014 Arcaid Images Architectural Photography Awards, presented at […]

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Ole Scheeren: Asia has “a certain fearlessness and vision for the future”

World Architecture Festival 2014: after working as project architect for OMA’s giant CCTV tower, architect Ole Scheeren stepped out of Rem Koolhaas’ shadow and set up his own practice in China. He spoke to Dezeen about what he learned from his former mentor and the vastly different speed, scale and ambition of working in the […]

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Brutalist buildings: National Theatre, London by Denys Lasdun

Brutalism: Denys Lasdun’s National Theatre – one of London’s best-known and most divisive Brutalist buildings – is a layered concrete landscape that Prince Charles once described as being like “a nuclear power station”. Completed in 1976, the Royal National Theatre stands on the South Bank of the Thames, just downstream of Waterloo bridge. It is formed […]

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13 projects that could change the face of London

Following the unveiling of a floating cycle path proposed for the River Thames, we’ve collected together 13 controversial projects from the pages of Dezeen that could transform London. Fuelled by rising levels of investment by developers, a need to house a growing population and the necessity to improve infrastructure, London is rapidly evolving. The proposals below […]

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Atelier Data adds concrete volumes and internal courtyards to Algarve house

Atelier Data has extended a 1980s home in the Algarve, Portugal, with whitewashed concrete structures and fenced-in courtyards (+ slideshow). The Portugese studio added volumes to the one-storey building, named Casa Sol, intended to emphasise the shape of the existing building. Related story: Atelier Data combines wood, concrete and cork for Varatojo House facade The […]

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Mantois Technology Centre by Badia Berger Architectes features moveable timber shutters

Moveable timber fins cover the top five storeys of this university technology centre by French architects Badia Berger to modulate light and shade inside. Mantois Technology Centre is a new learning and research centre for the science and technology departments at the Université Versailles de St Quentin en Yvelines, near Paris. It was designed by Badia […]

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Arhitektura d.o.o. designs minimalist Ribja Brv Footbridge in the centre of Ljubljana

Slovenian studio Arhitektura d.o.o. has designed a footbridge in Ljubljana to be as minimal and transparent as possible, in order to maintain focus on the surrounding architecture (+ slideshow). Ribja Brv Footbridge by Arhitektura d.o.o. connects two squares on either side of Ljubljanica river in the centre of the capital, and occupies a stretch between […]

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Drew Mandel Architects designs Moore Park Residence “to echo the rhythm of its neighbours”

Canadian studio Drew Mandel Architects designed this new Toronto house to sit sensitively among its 1920s neighbours, mimicking their shape, size and two-toned facades (+ slideshow). Moore Park Residence was designed by Drew Mandel Architects for a couple with a young child, and replaces an ailing 1920s house on the site – the first such […]

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