Archilovers #409 - 2017 Top 20 Architectures
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December
21st
2017
2017 Top 20 Architectures
As we approach the end of this year, we are enthusiast to share a selection of 2017's most viewed projects and blog stories published on Archilovers, representing the most appreciated contents in the last 12 months
Musée Yves Saint Laurent Marrakech (mYSLm)
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Musée Yves Saint Laurent Marrakech (mYSLm)
Marrakech / Morocco / 2017
Studio KO
Louvre Abu Dhabi
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Louvre Abu Dhabi
Abu Dhabi / UAE / 2017
Ateliers Jean Nouvel
Tiny House
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Tiny House
Puerto Escondido / Mexico
Aranza de Ariño
Loft MdP
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Loft MdP
Barcellona / Spain / 2016
FFWD
Casa FWH
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Casa FWH
Vipiteno / Italy / 2017
Jab studio
Waterside Buddhist Shrine
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Waterside Buddhist Shrine
Hebei / China / 2017
ARCHSTUDIO
Château La Coste Art Gallery
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Château La Coste Art Gallery
Aix-en-Provence / France / 2017
RPBW - Renzo Piano Building Workshop
Binh House
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Binh House
Ho Chi Minh / Vietnam / 2016
Vo Trong Nghia Architects
Oak Pass House
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Oak Pass House
Beverly Hills / United States / 2016
Walker Workshop
Miramonti Boutique Hotel
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Miramonti Boutique Hotel
Avelengo / Italy / 2016
tara
Apartment in Binh Thanh
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Apartment in Binh Thanh
Ho Chi Minh / Vietnam / 2016
Sanuki Daisuke architects
Casa Pinto
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Casa Pinto
Oria / Italy / 2017
Insite Architetture
Chimney House
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Chimney House
Logatec / Slovenia / 2016
dekleva gregorič architects
QL House
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QL House
Algarvia / Portugal
VISIOARQ ARQUITECTOS
Casa Think
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Casa Think
Milano / Italy / 2016
Studio Tenca & Associati
Interior AM
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Interior AM
Mosca / Russian Federation / 2016
INT2architecture
Under
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Under
Spangereid / Norway / 2017
Snøhetta
TIRPITZ
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TIRPITZ
Blåvand / Denmark / 2017
BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group
Black lodge
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Black lodge
Ogulin / Croatia / 2016
Tomislav Soldo
BORGO CANONICA
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BORGO CANONICA
Cisternino / Italy / 2017
arkitetti flore & venezia
6 Best Blog Stories of 2017
The LEGO® House by Bjarke Ingels Group opens on 28 September 2017
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The LEGO® House by Bjarke Ingels Group opens on 28 September 2017
The LEGO House - Home of the Brick, located at the centre of Billund (Denmark) will allow LEGO fans of all ages to…
by Cecilia Di Marzo
Netflix launches new documentary series 'Abstract: The Art of Design'
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Netflix launches new documentary series 'Abstract: The Art of Design'
  On February 10, Netflix will launch a new original documentary series called "Abstract: The Art of
by Valentina Ieva
«Renzo Piano & Richard Rogers» exhibition at The Centre Pompidou
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«Renzo Piano & Richard Rogers» exhibition at The Centre Pompidou
  « We have been utopian without knowing it » said Renzo Piano during the press conference for the…
by Rossana Vinci
The art of poetic imagination
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The art of poetic imagination
Luis Barragán, Pritzker Prize in 1980, is known as Mexico's most influential architect of the 20th Century for his…
by Rossana Vinci
Viva Arte Viva. The 57th Venice Art Biennale is open to the public
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Viva Arte Viva. The 57th Venice Art Biennale is open to the public
 Until November 26th Venice hosts "Viva Arte Viva", the 57th edition of the Biennale d'Arte curated by Christine Macel. …
by Antonella Fraccalvieri
Centro Botín opens: Spain’s new Art Centre designed by Renzo Piano
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Centro Botín opens: Spain’s new Art Centre designed by Renzo Piano
Centro Botín, designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Renzo Piano as a permanent home for the art, cultural…
by Cecilia Di Marzo
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