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Jewel is an integrated project at the Singapore Airport that creates a multi-sensory experience of nature and worlds tallest indoor waterfall
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From Singapore to Switzerland, firms have introduced more greenery to provide shade, improve air quality, and reduce reliance on air-conditioning
Ioana Yurukova saved to architecture inspiration
Green buildings are the future of the planet and here's what you need to know about why countries are opting for green biophilic buildings and cities, and learn how can they benefit you and your health.
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Image 6 of 8 from gallery of From Past to Future: The Urgency of "Green" in Architecture. Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners' Sky Garden will be an "Urban Living Room" for Shenzhen. Image via Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
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Customers should be treated like kings and queens. They should be pampered, treated to large doses of good humor, and given a creative quality of life upgrades that make all the difference. This is the philosophy some of the nicest hotels have. And it's obvious how much they try to have the best customer services.
vo trong nghia's proposal aims is to serve as a new symbol for the city in northern vietnam and a catalyst to unite greenery and culture together.
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An exclusive look at The Glebe—the city’s highly anticipated gated address is backed by a dream design team
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The Colima-based architecture firm Di Frenna Arquitectos has recently completed Casa Entreparotas a beautiful concerete house that located in Colima city, Colima, Mexico. Project description by the architects: Entreparotas house is a project which allows its users to live in a constant relatio...
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Witta is a family beach house situated on the Noosa River. The design draws inspiration from Brazilian modernism, but seeks to ground itself within the local context, climate and culture. The occupation of the site is heavily defined by the landscape and water, both natural and curated.
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