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Located in the south of France, the land surrounded by vegetation had an interesting slope and good orientation. The plant screen is an asset of privacy, but without a view, the challenge of the CVD house was to seek the light and go beyond the trees.

Walk, drive, tram. Clyde St is ideally located for access to the best of East Kew, neighboring suburbs and links to the inner city. Gestalt assembled the team to design and build Clyde St because they all believed in creating places that fit people's lifestyles. They chose trusted partners who knew the area, the people and what they needed.

Our recent restaurant project in Goa, Mystras, effortlessly merges the earthy colonial style structure with its verdant surroundings, while also marrying its chic interiors with laidback glamour. And not to miss some surprising dramatic touches typical of our design philosophy.

The office of Stratera, a successful player in the agrochemical sector, occupies 300 square meters in Astana. Initial features: disproportionately long room, lack of sunlight and monolithic walls with short spacing separating the working area.

The train of the future isn't just a mode of transportation; it's an experience, a gateway to sustainable tourism, and a symbol of innovation. In our quest to redefine train travel, we have envisioned an attractive and flexible interior that prioritizes comfort, convenience, and sustainability.

In the heart of Bushehr city, Iran, a picturesque two-story villa stands as a testament to the fusion of tradition and contemporary living. This elegant abode, crafted from mud and clay,in the old texture, construction of buildings in this structure, each building consists of a central courtyard and 2 or 3 floors so that the lower floors are used in winter and the upper floors in summer.

The Iranian design studio, Shomali Design Studio, led by Yaser and Yasin Rashid Shomali, recently designed a villas, located in a Gheshm, Iran. Located on Gheshm Island in Iran, the project draws inspiration from the country's architectural heritage and local vernacular.

PILARES is an initiative for the creation of community spaces driven by the government of Mexico City. The main objective is to provide free educational and cultural infrastructure to marginalized areas, aiming to restore the social and urban fabric at a neighborhood level.