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The Power of Architecture

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The Villa Varoise, located in Le Var, France, took its time to become a reality but it was worth it since it won an award in the “Private Homes” categorization. Created by NADAAA, a Boston-based architecture, and urban design firm, this house respects “strict zoning guidelines while merging with the landscape”, bringing the surrounding nature over the ceiling. Influenced by the natural beauty and the local history of the region, which was once inhabited by farmers, the designers assemble a building with softwood and natural light to create a warm and breezy interior.

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An Steins Garten in Gießen, Germany, was developed by Gronych & Dollega Architekten, a design and construction studio of innovative concepts and individual structures that with a soft organic design and a precise arrangement of architectural elements created such a harmonious and geometric house. The property takes its place on a hillside surrounded by nature, close to the city centre in a heterogeneous urban environment. The main idea was to build a house above the city rooftops, flooded with natural light and thermal comfort.

Spring Road Residence in Ross, California, a project developed by the Ehrlich Yanai Rhee Chaney Architects and the Surface Design. Surrounded by California oaks and old-growth redwoods, this place offers an idyllic setting for a peaceful retreat from urban life with total privacy. Throughout the dwelling, we can visualize the application of earthy materials with a neutral colour palette, and some finishes like walnut, black metal, and polished concrete floors.

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Located in Zurich, Switzerland, the Casa Mi was developed by the DALUZ GONZALEZ ARCHITEKTEN with an exceptional spatial concept. The house contrasts the idyllic surroundings with strong accurate lines and forms, allowing the integration of nature in the interiors making them flow dynamically into each other.

The Coastal Pavilions Freycinet Lodge located in Coles Bay, Australia, is a project built to enhance the unique environment and experiences offered in Tasmania. Liminal Architecture was the company responsible for planning this quality, contemporary, eco-sensitive, and architecturally innovative lodge that gathers 60 cabins of accommodation. A space that respects and emanates the natural context from its beginning since the construction management was planned to minimize disturbance to the flora and fauna habitats. Framed by the Freycinet National Park, and its pink-orange granite mountains and coastline, the layout of this lodge bends and curves with floor-to-ceiling curved glass windows and integrates a generous deck with a sunken outdoor bath to let the guests emerge in nature. Social sustainability was addressed by engaging local manufacturers, contractors, and artisans, again reemphasizing the experience of the place.

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Establish on a tiny downtown in New York, the 18 Robinson combines modern architecture with nature. Designed by the Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, an American architecture firm focused on sustainable constructions, this building enhances “the physical, cultural and environmental context of contemporary Singapore”. With a green aesthetic, the 18 Robinson provides a comfortable and restful environment, full of flora and open spaces. The balanced elements of the faceted tower are visually dynamic and contrasted to the forest of simply extruded rectilinear towers that surround it.

In Moscow, the n.n Residence is a particular project developed by J. MAYER H. und Partner and Architekten mbB, whose building is distinguished by its cantilevered and curved stories, the transitions between inside and outside, and the separation of the landscape and the construction through layered topography blurs. This private residence placed in a rural area along the River Moskva combines privacy with openness by the modulation of gentle hills and closed air spaces. The bedrooms on the upper floors have direct access to the garden despite being located deep inside and remain undisclosed.

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On the east coast of Phuket, find the Island Escape, a project built by Burasari on Coconut Island. Inspired by backpackers’ aim to discover the Asian tropical island life, this resort looks like another tree born from the earth. The architects managed to frame the resort in the environment while evoking the grit and romance of the adventurers, mixed with the comfort, luxury, and amenity of modern designs. This resort looks like another tree born from the earth but with seeds of gold.

Art Around the World

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Alic Aycockc

Alice Aycock is an American Sculptor and Installation artist. Her internationally successful career started at the beginning of the 70s, with exhibitions all around the world: Museum of Modern Art, National Gallery of Art, Louis Vuitton Foundation, MoMA and many others. The artist’s public sculptures can be found all over the U.S. but in this article, the focus will be on her massive installations that completely challenge the ideas of industrial aesthetics. Following irregular and organic shapes, Aycock creates unique structures with a balanced design, which was the concept developed for her six sculptures on Park Avenue, providing a feeling of energy in movement. “Paper Chase” pieces, along Park Avenue in Manhattan, transcend gravity laws, floating like tops above the otherwise mundane grounds of public spaces.

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Cyril Lancelin

Cyril Lancelin, born in 1975, is a French artist that creates distinct sculptures, immersive installations, drawings, virtual experiences and videos, in order to link the physical and the fictional world. After 15 years working for some of the most influential architects and artists in Paris and Los Angeles, Cyril decided to start his own creative studio, in 2016. Using a plastic vocabulary based on primitive geometry, the artist connects architecture to the human body, turning art into functionality. All of Cyril’s works are free expressions of art, where modern and contemporary give form to these grand and sinuous lines, making the structures have a life of their own.

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