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Architecture
A huge factory was turned into a cozy home with plenty of room leftover for the residents' hobbies Print E-mail
This renovated residence/factory in Nobeoka, Japan, now functions as a modern home for a couple who wanted to preserve the legacy of the building. Considering the fact that the building was large enough to house production and manufacturing facilities, Schemata Architects reorganized the layout so to include several voids that will serve as areas where the owners can enjoy their future hobbies. The building occupies a corner lot in Nobeoka, Miyazaki Prefecture in Japan. It grew over time to reach... Add a comment
 
Cape Town's water pipes could run dry by April Print E-mail
Cape Town in South Africa is experiencing its worst drought in a century, according to Reuters, and their water supply is in trouble. City authorities are scrambling to drill boreholes or construct desalination plants, but Day Zero - when water taps could run dry - is now April 22. Related: Add a comment
 
Cape Town's water pipes could run dry by April Print E-mail
Cape Town in South Africa is experiencing its worst drought in a century, according to Reuters, and their water supply is in trouble. City authorities are scrambling to drill boreholes or construct desalination plants, but Day Zero - when water taps could run dry - is now April 22. Related: Add a comment
 
Heritage-listed church repurposed into modern solar-powered home in Brisbane Print E-mail
Brisbane-based architecture studio DAHA merged old and new with the Church House, an eye-catching modern home and adaptive reuse project. The unusual combination attaches a sleek structure of concrete, steel, and glass to a brick church, known as the Church of Figuration that was built in 1924. While the church’s position wasn’t moved, the architects carefully positioned the new-build based on climatic site conditions and to optimize passive heating and cooling and conditions for a photovoltaic... Add a comment
 
Heritage-listed church repurposed into modern solar-powered home in Brisbane Print E-mail
Brisbane-based architecture studio DAHA merged old and new with the Church House, an eye-catching modern home and adaptive reuse project. The unusual combination attaches a sleek structure of concrete, steel, and glass to a brick church, known as the Church of Figuration that was built in 1924. While the church’s position wasn’t moved, the architects carefully positioned the new-build based on climatic site conditions and to optimize passive heating and cooling and conditions for a photovoltaic... Add a comment
 
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