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3106 ST THOMAS, New Orleans

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3106 ST THOMAS, New Orleans

3106 ST THOMAS, New Orleans

3106 ST THOMAS, New Orleans

3106 ST THOMAS, New Orleans

via officejt.com | Photos © Will Crocker

The first test site for the Starter Home* thesis, 3106 St. Thomas is an undersized lot in the Irish Channel neighborhood. Technically a historic district, the Irish Channel is in fact highly diverse in the character of its built environment, filled with low-density historic housing equally as regional industrial infrastructure.
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Kfar Shmaryahu House, Israel

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Kfar Shmaryahu House, Israel

Kfar Shmaryahu House, Israel

Kfar Shmaryahu House, Israel

Kfar Shmaryahu House, Israel

via pitsou.com | Photos © Amit Geron

The arrangement of objects in a given space or a defined format in order to give meaning to the placement and arrangement of the items, The result of the relationship between the object and the framework of the artistic creation.

A private, family residence in an urban environment. From without, the building does not reveal that it is a home. It resembles a mold or an artist’s canvas or an almost two dimensional frame within whose area various openings have been placed and which are enveloped with a dynamic system of wooden, linear strips.
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Casa La Viña, Argentina

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Casa La Viña, Argentina

Casa La Viña, Argentina

Casa La Viña, Argentina

Casa La Viña, Argentina

via designboom.com | photos © Gonzalo Viramonte

STC Arquitectos is an Argentinian studio founded by Juan Salassa, Santiago Tissot, and Ivan Castañeda. Together they designed ‘Casa La Viña’, a suburban home located in the west part of Alta Gracia, Argentina. The dwelling was thought as an atemporal container supported by a semi-urban grid, that seeks to contemplate the environment. Its boundary walls evoke, in a contemporary style, the remnants of the industrial era of the city, the English-style steel sheet houses, and the train station.
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Cultural Center La Gota

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Cultural Center La Gota

Cultural Center La Gota

Cultural Center La Gota

via wallpaper.com | photos © Losada García Arquitectos

A new art gallery in Spain’s Cáceres region intertwines a blossoming contemporary art scene with the area’s rich tobacco growing history.

Cultural Center La Gota is a new exhibition space, which sits on the former site of a 1930s building. Designed by local architects Losada García Arquitectos, the gallery combines a permanent collection by Spanish artist Sofia Feliu with temporary event spaces and a museum dedicated to tobacco production.
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Villa R, Denmark

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Villa R, Denmark

Villa R, Denmark

Villa R, Denmark

Villa R, Denmark

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Villa R is located in a forest edge in Aarhus and is positioned as close to the trees as possible. Inspired by the unique relation to the woods, the objective was to create a house that brings the forest inside through large glass panels – and create an ever-changing seasonal backdrop for the interior living spaces.
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A kindergarten in Vietnam

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A kindergarten in Vietnam

A kindergarten in Vietnam

A kindergarten in Vietnam

via designboom.com | photos © Hiroyuki Oki

Ho Chi Minh City, or Saigon, is a Vietnamese city whose society has progressed in such fast pace, leaving marks even on construction and architecture. Some common practices include deliberately reconditioning old existing buildings and giving them new functional and aesthetic purposes. This is normally done by accompanying a more complex spatial demand, with limited resources, and time. Despite these constraints, local-based architectural practice Kientruc-O transformed an old monolithic space, into a bright, exuberant, and full of vitality kindergarten, a place that fosters the new generation of Vietnamese people.
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Lorong Pantai, Kuala Lumpur

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Lorong Pantai, Kuala Lumpur

Lorong Pantai, Kuala Lumpur

Lorong Pantai, Kuala Lumpur

via designboom.com | photos © OOZN

Located on a verdant hill in one of Kuala Lumpur’s best established suburbs, OOZN has developed a concept that seeks to screen and refresh a 1960’s hillside home. The house takes the form of three tiered living spaces which cascade down the hillside towards the centre of the city. The predominantly glazed northern façade offers spectacular views, whilst being overlooked from the street. Originally conceived as an office area, the client wished to convert this pavilion into the master suite, generating a need for increased privacy.
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