Archilovers #499 - 2018 Top 20 Architectures
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December
16th
2018
2018 Top 20 Architectures
As we approach the end of the year, we are thrilled to share a selection of 2018's most viewed projects and blog stories published on Archilovers, representing the most appreciated contents of the last 12 months
Portsea Residence
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Portsea Residence
Melbourne / Australia
FGR Architects
House H
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House H
zapallar / Chile / 2017
Felipe Assadi Arquitectos
Oi Marì
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Oi Marì
Matera / Italy / 2018
manca studio, Marina e Alfredo Manca
Apartment in an Old Established Building in Tel Aviv
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Apartment in an Old Established Building in Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv / Israel / 2017
Aviram Kushmirski
TENOHA MILANO
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TENOHA MILANO
Milano / Italy / 2018
Park Associati
The Budapest Café
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The Budapest Café
Chengdu / China / 2017
Biasol
Interior KG
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Interior KG
Санкт-Петербург / Russian Federation / 2017
INT2architecture
A duplex apartment
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A duplex apartment
Ramat HaSharon / Israel / 2017
Pitsou Kedem Architects
Capela do Monte
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Capela do Monte
Lagos / Portugal / 2018
Álvaro Siza Vieira
Paramount House Hotel
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Paramount House Hotel
Sydney / Australia / 2018
Breathe architecture
Herzliya Pituach 1
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Herzliya Pituach 1
Herzliya / Israel / 2017
Tomer Ben Dor
Parish Church Sel Pater Rupert Mayer Poing
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Parish Church Sel Pater Rupert Mayer Poing
Poing / Germany / 2018
meck architekten
Masseria Le Torri
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Masseria Le Torri
Polignano a Mare / Italy
Norman Foster's Vatican Chapel
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Norman Foster's Vatican Chapel
Venezia / Italy / 2018
Norman Foster
Panorama Glass Lodge
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Panorama Glass Lodge
Mosfellsbær / Iceland / 2017
Panorama Glass Lodge
Restaurante Ixi’im
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Restaurante Ixi’im
Chochola / Mexico / 2016
Central de Proyectos SCP, Jorge Bolio Arquitectura, Mauricio Gallegos Arquitectos, Lavalle + Peniche Arquitectos
Bunker Hamburg
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Bunker Hamburg
Amburgo / Germany / 2017
 Ideas Lab
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Ideas Lab
上海 / China / 2018
Li Xiang
Istoria Hotel
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Istoria Hotel
Perissa / Greece / 2018
Interior Design Laboratorium
Etherea
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Etherea
Indio / United States / 2018
Edoardo Tresoldi
6 Best Blog Stories of 2018
Iconic Houses: The Eames House
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Iconic Houses: The Eames House
Constructed in 1949 by the husband and wife duo of Charles & Ray Eames to serve as their home and studio…
by Rossana Vinci
What does the Home of an Architect look like?
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What does the Home of an Architect look like?
 What can you discover about a creative person by seeing where they lived and worked?An architect’s home,…
by Rossana Vinci
How much do you know about Le Corbusier?
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How much do you know about Le Corbusier?
 Charles-Édouard Jeanneret Le Corbusier, the pioneer of modern architecture and a leader of the International…
by Rossana Vinci
Frank Lloyd Wright in 5 buildings
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Frank Lloyd Wright in 5 buildings
 Considered by many to be the greatest American architect of all time, Frank Lloyd Wright was more than an…
by Rossana Vinci
Renzo Piano offers new Bridge Design for Genoa
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Renzo Piano offers new Bridge Design for Genoa
Renzo Piano has submitted to city officials in Genoa a new design for the Morandi motorway bridge which tragically…
by Rossana Vinci
Hip hop superstar Drake has opened a restaurant in Toronto
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Hip hop superstar Drake has opened a restaurant in Toronto
 Drake fans in Toronto have a new spot in The 6ix to hit for possible sightings of the hip hop artist.Actor, basketball…
by Rossana Vinci
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