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In 2011, Natura, a Brazilian multinational company of cosmetics and beauty products, promoted an architectural competition on invitation to its new administrative headquarters in São Paulo. The project chosen among nine participating teams is located on the borders of Via Anhanguera, one kilometer from Marginal Tietê. Built next to the company's distribution center, it occupies a plot with dense vegetation of approximately 112,000 square meters. With an area of ​​29,700 m², its program includes corporate spaces for 1,600 employees, as well as support areas, services and utilities.

De Residence Pangandaran is a set of 24 family terraced houses in Java, Indonesia. Behind their design is the young Czech architect Erik Petrus, who has a typical strong author's style. He perceives the study of a place as a key parameter - whether it is setting it in context or studying the entire culture.

Puerto Escondido, in Oaxaca, Mexico captivates with its iconic beaches like Zicatela and Carrizalillo, ideal for both surf enthusiasts and those seeking relaxation.

Learn essential architecture tips for designing energy-efficient buildings that reduce energy consumption, lower utility bills, and promote sustainability.

Immerse yourself in tranquility at the Spa and Salt Therapy Center, nestled between the harsh dry valleys. Nestled within the rugged embrace of Garmsar, Iran, a spa and salt therapy center emerges as an organic marvel, seamlessly woven into the natural tapestry of its surroundings.

The new visitor center with a bus stop serves as one of the two main access points to the Pustevny mountain saddle. By considering both the transportation and natural context, we soften and enrich what was previously a purely utilitarian space. The project creates a refined and welcoming entry to an important location.

Investing in architectural properties provides unique opportunities for substantial returns and personal fulfillment. These properties stand out in the real estate market due to their historical and aesthetic value.

The future of construction and design materials is bright, with numerous innovations to enhance how we build. All of the abovementioned approaches contribute to a more efficient, sustainable, and aesthetically pleasing built environment.