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Category: Residential

June 15, 2017 /

The Six
Brooks + Scarpa
Los Angeles, California, USA

MacArthur Park in Los Angeles is one of the most dense neighborhoods in the United States. The neighborhood's newest infill project, The Six—a gleaming white open-concept box—embodies a new approach to the design of public housing, while providing much-needed accommodation for the city’s community of disabled veterans.

March 01, 2017 /

Rwandan Share Houses
Sharon Davis Design
Rwinkwavu, Rwanda

Embedded in a gentle slope in the striking landscape Rwandan landscape, the Share Houses provide a much needed healthcare facility for the Rwinkwavu village. Part of a larger urban plan derived from the aspirations of the local villagers, the development supports and nourishes the community - built entirely by residents using regional materials.

February 06, 2017 /

Bacton Low Rise Estate
Karakusevic Carson Architects
London, United Kingdom

We hear the same stories in cities everywhere - of public assets lost to developers, of families driven to the urban fringe by exorbitant rent, of long-lasting communities erased to give way to luxury apartments. Counteracting these global trends, Bacton Low Rise Estate stands as a beacon of hope in our bleak housing climate.

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