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Panorama House

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Panorama House

Panorama House

Panorama House

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Inspired by the architectural approach of Mies van der Rohe.

Situated in Maharashtra, India, the Panorama House is designed by architect Ajay Sonar and spans a plot of 400 square meters with views of an idyllic pastoral scene, framed by the Sahyadri mountain range in the background.
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Moonlight Cabin

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Moonlight Cabin

Moonlight Cabin

Moonlight Cabin

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This environmentally responsive home questions what’s necessary in a living space.

Jackson Clements Burrows Architects built a small shelter overlooking the coast of Victoria, Australia. Envisioned as a place to get away, the structure allows inhabitants to engage with its natural surroundings. Sized at only 60 square meters, the small footprint aims to explore how small is too small, questioning what is really necessary in a living space.
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Teahupo’o, Du Ciel

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In a new clip by the SURFING Magazine titled Teahupo’o: Du Ciel, we are treated to a never before seen ariel compilation of the infamous French Polynesia surf destination renowned for its break and glass-like waves. Calling on a drone to carry out the majority of the filming, the clip shows surfers and boats scaling the massive waves in and around a truly picturesque setting that gives some perspective to the power of such sporting destinations. Filmed by Brent Bielmann and life-long Hawaii native Eric Sterman, the captivating visual can now be watched above. (text via Hypebeast)
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Sicilian farmhouse with corten veranda

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via designboom.com | photos © Amore Campione Architettura

On the Italian island of Sicily, local practice Amore Campione Architettura has renovated and expanded an existing farmhouse. The design seeks to respect the building’s traditional setting with only a few colors and materials used throughout the scheme. The end result is a mix of forms and tones that interact with the region’s historical context. The project comprises four main parts: the garden, the veranda building, the pool and the renovation of the villa.
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American dream: tour our pick of Miami’s ongoing projects

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In our last Miami survey we unveiled a booming city, effortlessly combining brand new world-class architecture with art and culture, attracting starchitects from all over the world, as well as many prominent local architects. Since then, Miami has only been going from strength to strength with key projects reaching completion but several more taking their place in the Florida city’s construction roaster.
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In Residence: César Cervantes

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César Cervantes guides us around Casa Pedregal, a reminder of architect Luis Barragán’s utopian goal

Perched on a lava field in southern Mexico City, Casa Pedregal (formerly known as Casa Prieto López) is the largest private residence designed by Luis Barragán, the country’s most prominent architect. Built between 1947 and 1950, the home was featured in advertising campaigns for urban development El Pedregal in Mexico City, a utopian solution initiated by Barragán to alleviate housing demands in one of the fastest growing cities in the world.
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