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Interiors of Tadao Ando’s office, performance venues under Thames, Paiva stairs and many more...
Deadline: 12 September 2016
This modern two-storey residence is situated in Los Angeles, California, United States.
In the beginning of the 9th century, a hermit called Pelagius saw a mysterious light shining over a Roman tomb forgotten in the middle of a forest.
Deadline: 16 June 2016
Located in Seoul, South Korea, this inspiring single family home was designed in 2013 by TUNEplanning.
Set at an altitude of 2,300 meters, the iconic Le Fitz Roy sits in the center of the highest ski resort in Europe, Val Thorens.
Deadline: 5 July 2016
Located in Park City, Utah, this modern mountain residence was designed in 2016 by Studio McGee.
Born in Berlin in 1899, Annelise Albers is the most known textile artist of the 20th century who has great contributions to modern printmaking and textile industry with her modernist lines and abstract patterns.
Deadline: 22 April 2016
Triptod editorial team presents you a list of architectural projects of modern office buildings by renowned architects and firms
Design worthy of the world’s largest market. Celebrating innovative products and projects expressly created for the Chinese-speaking market.
Located in Toronto, Canada, this contemporary office was designed in 2013 by Yabu Pushelberg.
Deadline: 23 September 2016
Cairo graffities, retro caravans and Amsterdam underpass with blue delft tiles...
Situated on the Spanish island of Minorca, this seaside residence was designed in 2007 by SCA Studio Costa Architecture.
Deadline: 15 August 2016
Deadline: 13 April 2016
The Old City of Luxembourg is located at the confluence of the Alzette and Pétrusse Rivers, on a very steep rocky outcrop which is somewhat of a natural fortification that only needed to be completed on the west side.