Archilovers #593 - 2019 Top 20 Architectures
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December
15th
2019
2019 Top 20 Architectures
As we approach the end of the year, we are thrilled to share a selection of 2019's most viewed projects and blog stories published on Archilovers, representing the most appreciated contents of the last 12 months
Tree Houses
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Tree Houses
Dolomiti / Italy / 2019
Peter Pichler Architecture
Vacation House
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Vacation House
Livadeia / Greece / 2018
Paly Architects
CASA G
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CASA G
Sondrio / Italy / 2018
Alfredo Vanotti
Villa Lake Como
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Villa Lake Como
Como / Italy / 2019
Nomade Architettura Interior design
A country home in Chievo
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A country home in Chievo
Verona / Italy / 2018
studio wok
Mermaid Beach Residence
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Mermaid Beach Residence
Gold Coast / Australia / 2019
B.E Architecture
Lotus Zen House Hidden in the Jiuhua Mountain
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Lotus Zen House Hidden in the Jiuhua Mountain
Chizhou / China / 2019
Dimora a Capri
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Dimora a Capri
Capri / Italy
Giuliano Andrea dell’Uva
Villa Geef
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Villa Geef
Sondrio / Italy / 2017
Damilanostudio architects
Le Tamerici
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Le Tamerici
Punta Secca / Italy
Maria Giuseppina Grasso Cannizzo
Y/A/O Residence
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Y/A/O Residence
Bangkok / Thailand / 2019
OCTANE ARCHITECT & DESIGN
Nido House
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Nido House
Buenos Aires / Argentina / 2018
Estudio PKa
Simbiosi
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Simbiosi
Valsugana / Italy / 2019
Edoardo Tresoldi
Holiday house on the Mountain
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Holiday house on the Mountain
Greece / 2018
Kapsimalis Architects
Ai  Maestri
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Ai Maestri
Matera / Italy / 2019
mancastudio
Chuburná House
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Chuburná House
Mexico / 2018
Enrique Cabrera
House Bras
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House Bras
Brasschaat / Belgium / 2018
DDM Architectuur
Vora Villas
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Vora Villas
Firá / Greece / 2019
k-studio
CASA 1886
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CASA 1886
Ostuni / Italy / 2019
flore & venezia architects
Loong Swim Club
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Loong Swim Club
苏州 / China / 2019
Li Xiang
6 Best Blog Stories of 2019
Notre Dame Redesign: 7 Design Proposals
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Notre Dame Redesign: 7 Design Proposals
 The image of Notre-Dame cathedral in the throes of a ravaging fire in the evening of Monday April 15th will be…
by Rossana Vinci
How ghosts brought back life to a little Czech church
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How ghosts brought back life to a little Czech church
 Following a long and troubled history, a local artist created a spooky installation inside the church in order…
by Gerd Schaller
Lorenzo Quinn brings monumental Building Bridges sculpture to Venice Biennale
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Lorenzo Quinn brings monumental Building Bridges sculpture to Venice Biennale
 Internationally renowned contemporary Italian artist Lorenzo Quinn unveiled his monumental Building Bridges
by Cecilia Di Marzo
Le Corbusier’s last colorful architectural masterpiece reopened
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Le Corbusier’s last colorful architectural masterpiece reopened
 On 11 May 2019, the newly renovated Pavillon Le Corbusier in Zurich opened its doors to the public. Le Corbusier’s…
by Cecilia Di Marzo
Interior Design Lessons from Frank Lloyd Wright
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Interior Design Lessons from Frank Lloyd Wright
“He believed works of architecture should be complete works of art.”Frank Lloyd Wright’s key design …
by Cecilia Di Marzo
Rural Idyll with a colourful History
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Rural Idyll with a colourful History
 Once you leave Munich towards the Southeast it takes only a few kilometres and you will find yourself in an enchanted…
by Gerd Schaller
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