Archilovers #439 - Adaptive Reuse Architecture
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April
15th
2018
Adaptive Reuse Architecture
Zeitz MoCAA - Museum of Contemporary Art Africa
Zeitz MoCAA - Museum of Contemporary Art Africa
Cape Town / South Africa / 2017
Heatherwick Studio
The Waterdog
The Waterdog
Sint-Truiden / Belgium / 2016
Klaarchitectuur
Gucci Hub
Gucci Hub
Milano / Italy / 2016
Piuarch
ALILA Yangshuo
ALILA Yangshuo
Guilin / China / 2017
Vector Architects
The River Building
The River Building
Città di Londra / 2017
Stiff + Trevillion
THE QVEST
THE QVEST
Colonia / Germany / 2015
Michael Kaune
Duddell’s London
Duddell’s London
Città di Londra / United Kingdom / 2018
Michaelis Boyd
The Warehouse Hotel
The Warehouse Hotel
Singapore / Singapore / 2017
Asylum
W Hotel ‘Bank’ - building
W Hotel ‘Bank’ - building
Amsterdam / Netherlands / 2016
Office Winhov
Vilanova de la Barca
Vilanova de la Barca
Lleida / Spain / 2016
ALEAOLEA
Crew Offices and Café
Crew Offices and Café
Montréal / Canada / 2016
HENRI CLEINGE Architecte
Sala Equis
Sala Equis
Madrid / Spain / 2017
PLANTEA ESTUDIO
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 15 Unmissable Exhibitions at Fuorisalone 2018
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15 Unmissable Exhibitions at Fuorisalone 2018
 During Fuorisalone, Milan changes its look for a week.Design invades the city which becomes stage of installations and parties all dedicated to design, with lots of events taking place, in 7 days, all around Milan.With this background made of creativity all around, design is linked with the urban…
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ALBUM REUSE RENOVATION AND REDEVELOPMENT
Alter Schlachthof Brixen
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Alter Schlachthof Brixen
Brixen / Italy / 2016
Church Conversion
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Church Conversion
Chicago / United States / 2015
Bar Fase
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Bar Fase
Alzano Lombardo / Italy / 2017
Hotel Liberty
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Hotel Liberty
Offenburg / Germany / 2017
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ARNE | Fabric sofa
ARNE | Fabric sofa
ARNE | Fabric sofa
Fabric sofa
ARNE | Fabric sofa
SAMPEI
SAMPEI
SAMPEI
Halogen adjustable floor lamp with dimmer
SAMPEI
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