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Amazing Panoramic Mediterranean Sea Views & Luxury Decor in Netanya Penthouse | Design | News, E-learning, Architecture of the future at news.arcilook.com

Amazing Panoramic Mediterranean Sea Views & Luxury Decor in Netanya Penthouse | Design | News, E-learning, Architecture of the future at news.arcilook.com | Architecture e-learning | Scoop.it

Natanya in Israel might not be the place that you would be thinking about when you are dreaming of a lavish penthouse that opens up to offer you stunning views of the vast blue sky meeting the endless Mediterranean Sea on the horizon. But this wonderful penthouse designed by Domb Architects in a residential tower on top of a sea-facing cliff truly offers you some amazing sights and if you do call this your home, then you are sure to be privy to some amazing mornings and stunning evenings.

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Two Buildings in a Single Compact Volume - Private House in Sassuolo, Italy | Design | News, E-learning, Architecture of the future at news.arcilook.com

Two Buildings in a Single Compact Volume - Private House in Sassuolo, Italy | Design | News, E-learning, Architecture of the future at news.arcilook.com | Architecture e-learning | Scoop.it

Private House in Sassuolo is a project implemented by Bologna-based studio Enrico Iascone Architetti and located in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy. The building accommodates two buildings in a single compact volume, with more than enough space to serve the living needs of two families. According to the architects, the building was envisioned like “a closed volume, which bifurcates into two separate units, each with its own garden and no introspection. The rooms of the house are arranged around the patio, allowing the penetration of light into the core of the house. The privacy and quietness of the patio is combined with the aesthetic qualities and the expression of elegance given by the dark walls“. With focus on energy-efficiency, the building features thick ceramic panels mounted on a ventilated wall and a photovoltaic roof, visually integrated in the design of the project.

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Eco-activists Turn Farm Into Green Architecture Incubator | Green Architecture | News, E-learning, Architecture of the future at news.arcilook.com

Eco-activists Turn Farm Into Green Architecture Incubator | Green Architecture | News, E-learning, Architecture of the future at news.arcilook.com | Architecture e-learning | Scoop.it

This video shows how an ambitious young architect has joined efforts with other activists to turn a traditional Soviet farm into an example of green architecture. In the beginning, there was simply an old farm an hour outside Moscow, rented by Ivan Ovchinnikov and his friends — a place to practice architectural creativity and experiment with design in the countryside. But the idea really took off, eventually attracting creative youth from all walks of life. Here, creative types experiment with design in the countryside.

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Italian Architect Renzo Piano Shares His Architecture Philosophy | Extreme Architecture | News, E-learning, Architecture of the future at news.arcilook.com

Italian Architect Renzo Piano Shares His Architecture Philosophy | Extreme Architecture | News, E-learning, Architecture of the future at news.arcilook.com | Architecture e-learning | Scoop.it

This video shows an interview with an Italian architect Renzo Piano. He is the recipient of the Pritzker Architecture Prize, AIA Gold Medal, Kyoto Prize and the Sonning Prize. He graduated from the Politecnico di Milano in 1964 and began working with experimental lightweight structures and basic shelters. After over 17 years of architectural practice the architect founded the Renzo Piano Building Workshop, which today hires 150 people and maintains offices in Paris, Genoa and New York. Piano’s most recognizable projects are among others are Pompidou Centre in Paris, France Parco della Musica in Rome, Italy and Shard London Bridge. During the interview, Piano talks about his recent project and his architecture philosophy.

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