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Vertigo

Lisbon, Portugal
by JQTS

Located in Lisbon, the VERTIGO Pavilion was born in particularly complex context due to the physical reality where it belongs, the different functional needs, but specially due to the Portuguese economical situation. This is an area that intends to host a small cafe but also a reception to a..

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Through the catalog of this exhibition, Giuseppe Pagano and Giuseppe Daniel were able to express their research and interest about the rural house.

In this work G. Pagano design the exhibition as the effectiveness of collective work, anonymous, that does not create the work of the exception,..

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Viaticus

Lisbon, Portugal
by JQTS

The temporary pavilion VIATICUS, arises as a response to its placement, on the western patio of the Cordoaria Nacional building, and it’s simultaneously a reaction to its cultural context, since its condition and purpose is to host ARCO visitors, one of the world’s most relevant art fairs.

The..

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Set in what would have been the inner garden of an old large house, a narrow entrance gives way to a linear space leading to the individual houses, which have the Andes Mountains as a backdrop. All houses share a common façade and front garden on the communal areas- playground parking, pool- but..

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Victoria and Albert Museum

London, United Kingdom

The Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A), is the world's largest museum of decorative arts and design, housing a permanent collection of over 4.5 million objects. Named after Prince Albert and Queen Victoria, it was founded in 1852, and has since grown to cover 12.5 acres (51,000 m2) and 145..

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[h]Introduction[/h]
The Vidhan Bhavan is a huge building, covering an area of more than 32,000 sq. metres of built space. Seeing the form taken by the normal run of Government architecture, the Vidhan Bhawan could have degenerated into a lump of heavy dough perched on a hill. In point of fact..

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Beside its natural beauty, Bled is also considered as the cradle of Slovenian rowing sport, with world-wide reputation as one of the most important and most beautiful natural sites for rowing competitions next to Lake Luzern. For the World Rowing Championship in September 2011, adequate space and..

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Viewpoint Bergbotn

Senja, Norway
by Code

When driving across the island of Senja,one of the largest islands in Norway, this is the first point where you can see the ocean. The two side cantilevering construction offers a breathtaking view towards the north atlantic in the west, as well as the canyon below (east). The construction is..

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Viewpoint Tungeneset

Senja, Norway
by Code

The National tourist routes are being developed and operated by the Norwegian Public Road Administration as a nationwide project. The Tungeneset-project is the first to be opened at the Senja-route. Senja is an island in the north of Norway, the project is located at the tip of an penninsula..

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Vila A

Belgrade, Serbia
by Zoran Radojičić

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Vila Hermína

Černín, Czech Republic
by HŠH Architects

The building is situated on a sloping terrain on the outskirts of Černín, taking the same slope into its internals for floors. The interior layout is based on alternating straight and sloping floor surfaces that create the overall spiralling character of the interior and define the building’s..

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Brazil and Finland – ´Faraway, so close!´ – through the means of architecture.

The proposal can be said to want to appear and disappear; it locates itself frankly and resolutely in the territory. At the same time, through its materiality which always keeps in mind the aspect of aging and..

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Vila Lídy Baarové

Prague, Czech Republic
by Ladislav Žák

This modernist villa was designed by Czech architect, painter, architectural theorist Ladislav Žák in 1934 for Lídy Baarové, Czech actress and mistress of Joseph Goebbels, Hitler's propaganda minister.

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Vila Mairea

Noormarkku, Finland
by Alvar Aalto

Villa Mairea was by Alvar Aalto for a wealthy couple Harry and Maire Gullichsen in Noormarkku, Finland. The Gullichsens were members of the Ahlström family.

The plan of the villa takes Mairea L-shaped fond Aalto, but slightly modified. It is a plan that automatically gives a semi-private area..

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Vila Radovic

Belgarde, Serbia
by Dva: Studio

[h]Circumstances[/h]
Villa Radovic is located in Senjak, the residential area of the city, regulated by urban planning at the onset of the 20th century as a zone of family dwelling. The Senjak plan is based on the concept of a garden city at the time of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. With the..

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Vila T

Belgrade, Serbia
by Zoran Radojičić

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Vila Troja

Prague, Czech Republic
by Alena Šrámková

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Vila Vieira de Castro

Vila Nova de Famaliçao, Portugal
by Alvaro Siza

Vila Vieira de Castro was designed by the architect Alvaro Siza on the 1984, the same period in which the architect was designing the Carlos Ramos's Pavilion at the University of Architecture of Porto.
This house is located on the top of a hill near Vila Nova de Famaliçao, a rural hamlet of the..

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Villa 1

Netherlands
by Powerhouse Company

The forest, like most of the Dutch landscape, is manmade. Mostly Douglas Pines were planted there in the 1950s for the production of straight stems that could then be used as beams. The trees became mature enough to be harvested in the 1970s, paradoxically just when it became immoral to cut..

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Villa Adonis

Dubrovnik, Croatia
by Nikola Dobrović

[h]The Manifesto[/h]
The cross section of Villa Adonis resembles a physical manifesto of Functionalism that has been adapted to the Mediterranean climate and to the sloping terrain. Its introverted volume rises above an open porch on four reinforced concrete columns, while its back leans against..

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Villa Amanzi

Phuket beach, Thailand
by Original Vision Ltd

Nestled in a cascading, west facing ravine with a dramatic slab of rock defining the northern edge and a stunning outlook over the azure blue of the Andaman Sea to the south, our commission; to do this demanding but ultimately spectacular site justice, was both daunting and exciting.

The..

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Villa Barreau

Lachat, France
by Pascal Hausermann

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Villa Capra "La Rotonda" is a Renaissance villa just outside Vicenza, northern Italy, designed by Andrea Palladio. The correct name is Villa Almerico-Capra. It is also known as La Rotonda, Villa Rotunda, Villa La Rotonda, and Villa Almerico. The name "Capra" derives from the Capra brothers, who..

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Villa Contarini

Piazzola sul Brenta, Italy
by Andrea Palladio

Villa Contarini is a patrician villa Veneta in "Piazzola sul Brenta", province of Padua, Northern Italy. The villa is in Baroque style and is backed by a 40 ha park with lakes and alleys. The central building was begun in 1546 under commission by the Venetian patrician brothers Paolo and..

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Villa dall'Ava

St.Cloud, France
by Rem Koolhaas

The villa completed in 1992 by Rem Koolhaas is situated on a hill which slopes steeply toward the Seine, the Bois de Boulogne, and the city of Paris, in the residential area of Saint Cloud. Koolhaas has designed a number of residences, including the the Villa Dall’Ava.

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Villa Kindermann, desgined and built in 1903 by Gustav Landau – Gutenteger a notable Polish architect educated in Petersburg, is a unique and the best example of Art Nouveau architecture in Poland. Villa is located in the city of Łódź, which from the late XIX century has grown significantly ..

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Villa Girasole

San Martino Buon Albergo, Italy
by Angelo Invernizzi, ...

Villa Girasole (in italian sunflower) is a rotational house which progressively rotates following the sun's movement during the day.

Villa Girasole is an extraordinary work built during the golden ages of functionalist architecture. It lies at Marcellise, in the region of Verona, Italy, and..

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Villa Gudbrand

Lillehammer, Norway
by JSA

This house is built in an area with a long and proud fascination for the local architectural traditions. After a long process with several appeals, the case was eventually tried by the local politicians who approved it. The project is an attempt to use the traditional barn structure typology from..

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Villa in Beroun

Beroun, Czech Republic
by HŠH Architects

The building is designed as a three-dimensional structure – grid – comprising 24 cubes. Each of the cubes forms a separate unit with its own function. Individual rooms are defined by their position and the number of fields from this imaginary three-dimensional chessboard. The operation of a..

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Villa Kraus

Zagreb, Croatia
by Ernest Weissmann

Family house was built between 1936-37 for Dr. Gustava Kraus. Vila Kraus is as an example of a successful manifest interpretation of the modernism and an achievement of modern Croatian architecture. It represents one of the most prominent works of modernism of the international style in Croatia.

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Villa La Saracena

Santa Marinella, Italy
by Luigi Moretti

The house is designed with irregular shape, between the sea and the promenade Guglielmo Marconi. Access to the sea is rather straightforward: the remarkable interior space of the glass room gives the opportunity to directly observe the Mediterranean landscape.

The villa is characterized by a..

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Villa Le Lac

Corseaux, Switzerland
by Le Corbusier

Twelve years, a hundred kilometres and a temperate climate lie between The “Maison Blanche” and the Villa “Le Lac”. The removal from La Chaux-de-Fonds to Corseaux was enlivened by a stay at the “Les Châbles” chalet above Vevey.

This small detached house, designed for Le Corbusier’s parents,..

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Villa M

Belgrade, Serbia
by Zoran Lazović

After building several villas for Tito, party leaders and the generals of the Yugoslav People's Army private companies courageously began to build for themselves or their directors. In this case in an elite residential area of Belgrade - Dedinje was built two-family houses. At the same time,..

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Villa Mache

Lefkes, Amorgos Island, Greece
by Iannis Xenakis

In 1966 Iannis Xenakis built this villa on the Greek island of Amorgos for his daughter who was married to the French composer François-Bernard Mâche. The building complex is located on the slope of a hill, overlooking the northern coast of the Tirokomos gulf, near Lefkes.

The House in Amorgos..

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Villa Marek

Prague, Czech Republic
by Elly Oehler Sonnenschein

The Villa Marek built for marriage A. and M. Markových in Prague Na bateriích 13, is a functionalist work of Elly Oehlerová built between 1931 and 1932.

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Villa Markelius

Bromley, Sweden
by Sven Markelius

The Villa Markelius was the home of the architect Sven Markelius built between 1928 and 1930. White inspired by Le Corbusier, the villa stands on a hill above the lake opening to him as close to the view from the street. Villa Markelius became a meeting place for foreign colleagues. Here lived..

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Villa Monzeglio

Caracas, Venezuela
by Antonio Montini

Villa Monzeglio was designed by an Italian immigrant Architect, Antonio Montini, in the capital of Venezuela, Caracas.

The building was cutting edge for its time, using concrete cantilevers and retaining walls, allowing the building to jut out over a steep, sloping hill and 'fly' off the..

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Villa Müller

Prague, Czech Republic
by Adolf Loos

In the autumn of 1928 the civil engineer and building contractor Frantisek Müller, partner in the successful building firm Kapsa & Müller, commissioned Adolf Loos and his associate Karel Lhota to design the new house for the Müller family.
[h]Concept[/h]
Known as an innovative landmark of..

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The Villa Noailles is an early modernist house, built by architect Robert Mallet-Stevens for art patrons Arthur Anne Marie Charles Vicomte de Noailles and his wife, Marie-Laure Bischoffsheim, between 1923 and 1925. It is located in the hills above Hyères, in the Var, southeastern France.

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Villa Oblak

Ljubljana, Slovenia
by France Tomažič

In the period between the two wars, the powerful personality of the architect Jože Plečnik (1872–1957) was dominant in Slovenia. By his reputation as the most significant professor at the architectural school and his unique ‘timeless’ architecture, he overshadowed all other architectural..

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Villa Perhavec

Ljubljana, Slovenia
by Bevk Perović, ...

Villa Perhavec is one of the most beautiful villas constructed by Costaperaria. It is recognizable by a line decoration of its facades, which connects the object with the architecture of Adolf Loos and the Belgrade group Zenit.

Renovation of the building was designed by Bevk Perović..

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Villa Perović

Beograd, Serbia
by Ajla Selenić

Villa Perović, [Kuća Perović] 1988-99

Inner circle within a square boundaries of the site


Private house in a residential area of Belgrade, for a family of lawyers, was designed in 1988 and realized in 1989. Surrounded by neighboring family houses and green courtyards, typical for the..

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Villa Platan

Aarhus, Denmark
by ADEPT

Designed from four rectangular volumes, seamlessly merging, a private villa sit on the very edge between land and sea. ADEPT is behind the design that is carefully tailored to the unique location using nature’s own colors and soft transitions between interior spaces, as well as between inside and..

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Villa Portales

Santiago de Chile, Chile
by Fernando Castillo Velasco

The Villa Portales of the Portales Neighborhood Unit is a set of housing blocks, an emblematic work of modern architecture in Chile. Located in the commune of Central Station, in the city of Santiago, limits to the south and east with the University of Santiago, and to the north and west with the..

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Villa Rocca Pisana

Lonigo Vicenza, Italy
by Vincenzo Scamozzi

This Villa was built for the Pisani family in 1576 from a design by V.Scamozzi. Sanding sollitary and superb on the hill, it is not a mere imitation of Palladio's "La Rotonda", but an original work whose interior space establishes a mutual relationship whit the surrounding countryside. The light..

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Villa Rotterdam

Rotterdam, Netherlands
by OOZE

Ooze Architects was commissioned to carry out the conversion of this detached Rotterdam house. The house had been extended several times since its first construction, resulting in highly inefficient and unusable interior spaces, and a disconnection from the stunning natural context of the house...

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Villa Rusalka

Dubrovnik, Croatia
by Nikola Dobrović

The volumetric simplicity and symmetry of the series of villas that Dobrović built in Dubrovnik in the decade of the nineteen-thirties, relates then at the same time to the rules of International Style, and to the local tradition of country mansions built by the Dubrovnik elite. The simultaneous..

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Villa S

Schriesheim, Germany
by Ian Shaw Architects

Villa S is dramatically located on a hillside above the historic town of Schriesheim, in southwest Germany. From its elevated site, the building offers spectacular views of the surrounding countryside: to the south, the Black Forest; to the west, the Palatinate and the Rhine Valley; to the east,..

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