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November 27, 2016 /

Micro Hutong
ZAO/standardarchitecture
Beijing, China

Micro Hutong represents the aggregation of a series of architectural reiterations, in which ZAO/standardarchitecture’s Zhang Ke has reimagined the hutong for the 21st century. Hutongs form a characteristic part of the historical architectural fabric of Beijing, comprising narrow laneways lined by siheyuan, traditional courtyard dwellings.

November 14, 2016 /

MahaNakhon
Büro Ole Scheeren
Bangkok, Thailand

MahaNakhon is the newest high-rise landmark in Bangkok’s Central Business District, designed by German architect Ole Scheeren. Its pixelated form reaches 314-metres into the city skyline before gently dissolving back into the densely packed urban landscape below.

February 29, 2016 /

The Great Wall of W.A.
Luigi Rosselli Architects
Western Australia, Australia

Designed by Italian-born, Australian-based architect Luigi Rosselli, these truly unique residences embody the landscape and vernacular of the Australian outback.

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