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The Communal House of the Textile Institute (also known as Nikolaev’s House) is a Constructivist architecture landmark located in the Donskoy District of Moscow. The building, designed by Ivan Sergeevich Nikolaev to accommodate 2000 students, was erected in 1929–1931 and functioned as a student..

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Student Housing Eichkamp

Berlin, Germany
by Ludwig Leo, ...

The student housing complex in Eichkamp in the suburbs of what later was to become West Berlin was one of the first student accommodations to be built in post-war Germany.

The architects started to work on the project when they were still students. In the beginning they had no funding,and they..

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The student village Siegmunds Hof was built from 1958 to 1961 next to the international building exhibition's housing projects of the Hansaviertel. The complex comprises the buildings at the addresses Siegmunds Hof 2-4, 12-17 and Schleswiger Ufer 1-2. They consist of several detached loosely..

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The building is a part of a complex of works that the City of Milan planned at the end of the Second World War, starting with the reconstruction plan of the city devastated by bombing.

The hotel house of Luigi Moretti is located in Via Corridoni 22, in a central part of the city just beyond..

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The new Sant Jordi Students’ Hall of Residence has been designed as an urban feature in its own right while respecting the logic and coherence of the space in which it stands. The new building is the final piece in a unitary residential urban development. It consists of a tall volume, the..

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This project was developed in Gandia, a town with a population of 75,000 to the south of Valencia. The aim was to develop a hybrid project that would function essentially as a student residence while meeting the requirements of social housing, with the corresponding standards and characteristics...

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Patio Student Housing

Enschede, Netherlands
by Herman Haan

Herman Haan was asked by his mentor Willem Van Tijen (a first generation functionalist modernist) to build a batch of student housing for the campus of a new technical university in Enschede. It is unquestionably his most ‘African’ project. It is also his most structuralist design, a so called..

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The Housing Union Building (HUB) was an innovative experiment in student housing, combining function and circulation in a new way. The building was designed as a weather-enclosed link to other campus buildings, and as the acronym suggests, was intended to be a central focus on campus for..

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