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Apart from being our refuge, a house must relate to the city and generate new encounters with the urban context in which it finds itself. Yet, at the same time, it must express a certain enigmatic notion of what goes on behind its walls and enclosures. This project offers a new perspective on the extent to which the activity in the house should be...
Project name
Lantern House
Architecture firm
MUKA Arquitectura
Location
Griñón, Madrid, Spain
Photography
Javier Callejas
With its stunningly beautiful and balanced architecture, set in a tropical garden with a swimming pool, La Plage is a family‘s paradise. South-facing, absolutely quiet and yet within walking distance of downtown Portals Nous.
Project name
La Plage
Architecture firm
Perlentaucher
Location
Portals Nous, Calviá, Mallorca, Balearic Islands, Spain
Photography
Art Sanchez
When Berlin-based architect, Javier Sanjurjo was searching for a land in his Spanish hometown to build a house for his family, he quickly realized that the plot with the biggest potential was overlooked by the others. The site steps down steeply away from the access road, making a conventional building unattractive.
Project name
Hórreo House
Architecture firm
Javier Sanjurjo + Ameneiros Rey
Location
Vilalba, Galicia, Spain
Photography
Héctor Santos-Díez
We were faced with practically a square of just 56 square metres to design this house. It is shaped from a simple linear extrusion up to the third floor where we made a small inclination in the back part, where a terrace with views of the mountain and the castle of Cullera will appear. 
Project name
Reyes House
Architecture firm
Carles Faus Arquitectura
Location
Cullera, Valencia, Spain
Photography
Adrián Mora Maroto
Port de la Selva is a small coastal settlement in the northernmost part of the Costa Brava. The intervention is located on a plot of land in the “La Tamariua” urbanization on the north slope of Puig Gros, a small promontory that surrounds and protects the town’s port.
Project name
Port de la Selva
Architecture firm
Marià Castelló Martínez, José Antonio Molina
Location
Punta Creu 15, Port de la Selva, Spain
Photography
Marià Castelló
The prefabricated house is located on the urban boundary of the municipality of Chella. This corner plot adjoins one of the main roads in the area and the surrounding natural environment. Therefore, the mission of the prefabricated dwelling is to close itself off from the noise and direct views from the road, opening up to the large long views that...
Project name
Prefabricated Housing (Vivienda Prefabricada)
Architecture firm
La Caseta Arquitectura
Location
Chella, Valencia, Spain
Photography
Germán Cabo
SMART HABITAT Unlimited Space. When the essence of the space is the movement that flows, the voids in height and the contraposition of the planes in the entire extension of the three coordinate axes, a new concept of habitability is generated and theme emerges the smart home design by architect Hector Ruiz Velázquez.
Project name
Alvic Smart Home
Architecture firm
Ruiz Velazquez Studio
Location
Madrid, Spain
Photography
Nacho Uribe Zalazar
The project consists of an outdoor auditorium for 12,000 people , a concert hall for 3,500 people , six live houses ("whales") , five restaurants connected by a walkway, two towers with an office program, a museum and rehearsal rooms, a center of exhibitions and a series of parks and walks that connect the entire intervention.
Project name
Kaohsiung Pop Music Center
Architecture firm
Manuel Monteserin
Location
Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Photography
Shun Chen, Chen Li Hsiien, Yi-Hsien Lee, Darren Teng, Chiung-Yao Tseng, Chien Ming Chen, Chen Hung, Ian Choi, Kano Chang, Lo Ruey-Lin, Su, Bo-An, Nicolas Leng冷家豪, Yi-Hsien Lee, Monteserin, Ian Choi, Terry Chiang 江彥駐, Yu-Zhi Lin, Kevin Lin