7244 Found

Embark on a journey of tranquility and sustainability at the picturesque water-health village resort nestled amidst the stunning landscape of Ramsar. Designed with an innovative parametric architecture style, this resort embodies elegance with its fluid, curved forms inspired by the gentle caress of sea waves. Every aspect of this architectural masterpiece is crafted with sustainability in mind, incorporating a harmonious blend of wood, timber, glass, and solar panels to seamlessly integrate with the natural environment while harnessing renewable energy.

The lot on which the project was to be implemented was a portion of the garden of an old house located in the residential neighborhood of Martínez, San Isidro, a neighborhood characterized by an abundant presence of vegetation.

Crafting a home that feels uniquely yours is an ongoing process that requires thoughtful consideration and a deep understanding of your style and preferences. By customizing every aspect, from the structure to the decor, infusing personal touches and memories, you create a space that truly reflects who you are and brings you joy every day.

Sustainable construction goes beyond the materials and techniques used to build a structure; it encompasses a holistic approach that considers environmental, social, and economic factors. By prioritizing these key considerations in construction projects, we can create buildings that not only reduce our impact on the planet but also enhance the well-being of occupants and contribute to sustainable communities.

Inspired by the Venetian rich cultural heritage and the intricate craft of glassmaking, the Floating Glass Museum blends tradition and innovation, with cutting-edge design and a dedication to sustainability: through meticulous research of materials and attention to the surroundings, the museum will be a sanctuary where the history of glass meets the contemporary experimentation.

Once the functional and technical needs had been met, the project for the Health and Wellbeing Centre was born, a building that already belongs to the local health associations.

The new Museo Giardino Santa Rosalia marks a further stride in the Fondazione Sicilia's ongoing commitment to cultural enrichment in Palermo. The project addresses a dual imperative: to expand the exhibition floor area of Palazzo Branciforte by incorporating a new structure dedicated to temporary exhibitions which, at the same time

The new Pediatric Ward of Hospital São João in Porto, after years of expectation and media attention, has become the benchmark for the renovation and innovation of the Portuguese Healthcare System. On that note, the Hospital Administration had the vision of not only ensure the highest degree of treatment services but also assure the well-being, comfort, and joy of the young patients.