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El diseño de las viviendas que se harán en El Campillo de Badajoz evocará el arrabal árabe

El diseño de las viviendas que se harán en El Campillo de Badajoz evocará el arrabal árabe | Arquitectura | Scoop.it
Se articularán en torno a patios interiores comunes y predominarán los paramentos verticales y los acabados tradicionales.

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Boutique hotel or high-end hospital?

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Boutique hotel or high-end hospital?
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These are the words of Florence Nightingale in 1859; words that have shaped the way we approach healthcare design to this day.

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Hotel Anticavilla by BGP Arquitectura | HomeDSGN, a daily source ...

Hotel Anticavilla by BGP Arquitectura | HomeDSGN, a daily source ... | Arquitectura | Scoop.it
Hotel Anticavilla is located in Cuernavaca, Morelos, México, and was designed by BGP Arquitectura. The hotel spaces are brimming with character: from rustic exposed brick walls to floor-to-ceiling painted murals and ...
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Interview with Francine Houben from One of The Netherlands Most Famous Architect Offices - Mecanoo | Design | News, E-learning, Architecture of the future at news.arcilook.com

Interview with Francine Houben from One of The Netherlands Most Famous Architect Offices - Mecanoo | Design | News, E-learning, Architecture of the future at news.arcilook.com | Arquitectura | Scoop.it
This video shows an interview with Francine Houben who leads one of The Netherlands most famous architect offices, Mecanoo. The oeuvre of Francine Houben is extremely wide-ranging and includes projects such as universities, libraries, theatres, residential areas, museums and hotels. Houben combines the disciplines of architecture, urban planning and landscape architecture to form a unique solution to each situation. She has gained international acclaim for her works and has been praised for her playful and human style. Francine Houben has held important professorships in Holland and abroad, and in 2007 was a visiting professor at Harvard University. From 2002 to 2006 she was the City Architect of the Dutch city Almere. Currently Francine is working on several complex multi functional buildings, including the Wei-wu-ying center for the arts in Taiwan and the library of Birmingham. During the interview, Houben talks about architecture in general and her projects.

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Cave hotel underway in water-filled Chinese quarry | DeZeen.com

Cave hotel underway in water-filled Chinese quarry | DeZeen.com | Arquitectura | Scoop.it

Construction has started on a hotel resort that will nestle into the 100 metre-high rockface of an abandoned water-filled quarry outside Shanghai.

 

A huge waterfall will pour down from the roof of the 19-storey hotel complex, which will have part of its body built into the cave and two of its floors submerged beneath the water.

 

An extreme-sports facility will be cantilevered over the quarry, offering rock climbing and bungee jumping, and there will also be an underwater restaurant facing a ten-metre deep aquarium.

 

The Songjiang Hotel is designed by UK architecture firm Atkins, who won the competition bid in 2006. Construction has just begun and will take up to three years, although the hotel could open in 2015.

 

Once complete, the hotel will offer around 400 rooms, as well as conference facilities for up to 1000 people, a banqueting hall, restaurants, a swimming pool and a water-sports centre.

 

The building will use geothermal technologies to generate its own electricity and lighting, while greenery will blanket a roof that extends just two storeys above the edge of the quarry.

 

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