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Ney Architects
The challenge of the project was to design "... a studio that does not see the house, and a house that does not see the studio." The house is immersed in a country context, where a piece of land is located, among beech trees. The design is conceived from the premise of not touching any tree.
Project name
Black House (Casa Negra)
Architecture firm
ArquitectónicA
Location
Consolapan, Coatepec, Veracruz
Photography
Raúl Meza Yarmuch, Valentina Aguilera Yarmuch
Establishing Eleftheria Square as the city’s primary gathering space, Zaha Hadid Architects’ (ZHA) design creates new connections intended to unite a divided capital. Nicosia’s massive Venetian fortifications separate the old city from its modern districts, while the city’s ‘Green Line’ divides the capital into two disparate communities.
Project name
Eleftheria Square
Architecture firm
Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA)
Location
Nicosia, Cyprus
Photography
K.Arkatites, Laurian Ghinitoiu
In this shop, located precisely in Zemun, Belgrade, Serbia we wanted to create a familiar warm and contemporary space where everyone can feel welcome. 
Project name
Sara Ice Cream
Architecture firm
NeY’ Smart / Ney Architects
Location
Zemun, Belgrade, Serbia
Tools used
Autodesk 3ds Max, Corona Renderer, Adobe Photoshop
Circular Economy Villages (or CEVs) is a systems-based approach to living and land regeneration developed by Dr Steven Liaros, a town planner and political economist, together with water engineer Nilmini De Silva, directors of Australian town planning consultancy PolisPlan.
Project name
Spiral Village
Architecture firm
Valentino Gareri Atelier
Location
Bellingen, New South Wales, Australia
Tools used
Autodesk 3ds Max, AutoCAD, Rhinoceros 3D
The project is an abstract amalgamation of nature and human habitat. The scene explores the intimate relationship humans have with nature. The scene aims to highlight how induction of features imitating nature can hugely impact spaces visually and aesthetically. It also portrays the huge impact organic forms can have on us.
Project name
Under The Sea-Ling
Architecture firm
Rohit Dhote
Location
Fictional
Tools used
Autodesk 3ds Max, Blender, Adobe Photoshop
Home for a Winemaker is a small house, for adults. It is sited on a hill with great views of Arrowtown's famous autumnal trees displaying their glory for much of the year and the Remarkables mountain range and moody skies in the other direction.
Project name
Home for a Winemaker
Architecture firm
Stacey Farrell Architect
Location
Arrowtown, New Zealand
Photography
Ben Ruffell

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