Villa Kogelhof

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Villa Kogelhof is designed based on complete autarky: therefore the house will be energy neutral. By using several techniques, the villa has a comfortable climate all seasons, whilst being extremely energy efficient. It was an important wish from our client to create a simple, abstract, yet spectacular villa. The result is a composition; consisting of two square stacked volumes: one underground and one floating above ground. It is designed as an uncompromising glass box, supported by a steel V-frame.

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Villa Kogelhof is designed based on complete autarky: therefore the house will be energy neutral. By using several techniques, the villa has a comfortable climate all seasons, whilst being extremely energy efficient. It was an important wish from our client to create a simple, abstract, yet spectacular villa. The result is a composition; consisting of two square stacked volumes: one underground and one floating above ground. It is designed as an uncompromising glass box, supported by a steel V-frame.

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Redhead Alterations in Australia #Architecture #Design #Modern via @ilovemyarch

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Alterations and additions to existing residence

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Air Max: Terminal 3 at Shenzhen Airport by Studio Fuksas Architetto

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Completed in only six years, Shenzhen’s new airport terminal is the latest daunting set piece to encapsulate China’s economic and architectural ambitions

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The Architectural Review

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The Architectural Review is the only global architecture magazine for the 21st century. Be inspired and provoked by incisive
critiques and the thinking behind the buildings shaping architectural discourse.

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3D Printing Will Destroy The World Unless it Tackles the Issue of Materiality

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Urgent rethinking is required to avoid the revolutionary potential of 3D printing being lost in a sea of pointless plastic products

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