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The northern edge of the site fronts onto the artery of Viale Bligny, with the clatter of trams, the rush of busses, general traffic, people passing. It addresses the throbbing urban life of Milan, weaves into the mesh of the city. This frontage becomes the architectural opportunity to have a..

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Along the 45° parallel from the Atlantic coast to the Black Sea, an itinerant survey on collective actions, heritage, and imaginaries that reinvent common space beyond identity and borders. Today, as “relationships have been converted to services and commons to commodities”, we are looking for..

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Mapping the Margins

Thesprotia-Epirus, Greece
by TiriLab

"Mapping the Margins" is a series of maps and documentations, identifying, for the first time, all the women associations, local agriculture cooperatives as well as abandoned buildings in Thesprotia province, in order to create an active platform where many cooperatives can find a space to grow. Add to a collection

Co-Lateral

Porto, Portugal
by Critical Concrete

Co-Lateral is the first production centre in the neighbourhood of Ramalde, Porto, with co-working and co-building facilities. The production centre aims to develop and experiment with sustainable, long-lasting, repairable construction processes for socially-relevant spaces. Social and cultural..

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Boxing Boxes

Lisbon, Portugal
by Daniel Languré

Boxing, both as a tool of self-discipline and control of violence, is part of the civilizing process. Caixas de Boxe / Boxing Boxes seeks the materialization of two years of architectural research that uses a new gym scheme to place the sport as a valuable instrument of spatial and civic..

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House and Office

Porto, Portugal
by Fala Atelier

The old building is hidden in the city centre. It has three levels, three entrance doors and a distorted outline. Each floor suggests a different spatial logic but shares the same language, the same materiality and the same set of banal elements.

The ground floor is an open plan atelier..

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House in Rua do Paraíso is a conventional 19th century single-family house in Porto. It was to be divided into a series of identical studio apartments: four living spaces, some common circulation areas and a private backyard. The site itself is typical for a two-storey apartment building in..

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The derelict construction was found on an unremarkable neighbourhood, hiding a deep and generous garden; the proud pitched roof distinguished the otherwise trivial architecture. After reseting the construction to a bare structural existence, the inner space was solved with the precise placement..

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