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Eden project is an urban heart, a green “leak” through the urban greyness, and a “break” that you’d want to take from the rapid Cairene life.
Student
Tokka Mohamed Mahmoud
University
Faculty of engineering, Cairo university, Architecture department
Teacher
Dr. Ali Gabr
Tools used
Rhinoceros 3D, Grasshopper, Autodesk Revit, Lumion, Adobe Photoshop
In today’s world, everyday life can seem to be taken hostage by over extravagance, complexities, and clutter. So much so, that when you finally make it back to your house at the end of the day, you’re left longing for a return to something much more simple and minimal even. 
Written by
Gabe Nelson
Photography
Surround Architecture (Cover image), Francesca Tosolini, Andrea Davis
Creating an eco-friendly environment is an ongoing process. Rather than getting frustrated and giving up on this mission, you need to stay the course. Below are some things you can do to reduce the strain you and your family put on the environment.
Written by
Wendy Dessler
Photography
Cover image: Courtesy of Clearpoint / Milroy Perera
Heatherwick Studio completed EDEN tower a new residential project located in Singapore’s prime Ardmore/Draycott area in prestigious District 10. 
Project name
EDEN Singapore
Architecture firm
Heatherwick Studio
Location
Singapore
Photography
Hufton+Crow, Andrew Tan
Sustainable architecture has been on the rise ever since the green movement made its way into our lives. Nowadays, it’s no longer enough to build a beautiful house that will cater to your every need. Instead, it’s about managing to achieve that while also making your home as sustainable and eco-friendly as possible.
Written by
Nemanja Marinkoff
Photography
Patrick Bingham Hall, Nic Granleese
Located in Chelav plains of Mazandaran province, Iran, this modern & minimalist cabin designed by Iranian architects Mohammad Hossein Rabbani Zade & Mohammad Mahmoodiye. 
Project name
Lima Cabin
Architecture firm
TeamUs
Location
Chelav Mountain, Mazandaran province, Iran
Tools used
Autodesk Revit, Lumion
Aquaticum Waterpark Debrecen has recently reopened its gates to the public. The complex, which is the latest characteristic building of the city park, was designed by BORD Architectural Studio. Now it is ready to provide an incomparable experience to its visitors with its unique atmosphere.
Project name
Aquaticum Waterpark
Architecture firm
BORD Architectural Studio
Location
Debrecen, Hungary
Photography
Tamas Bujnovszky