Garbizu Collar Architecture+KRI+Diego Sologuren

Hyper-txonta is a model for the regeneration of industrial heritage in the Basque Country through the implementation of a catalog of possible solutions. Hyper-txonta,

High perched,

Amélie Besvel

Located in the heart of Tuscany, this farm shed is now completely unoccupied. At a time when our world is experiencing an unprecedented housing crisis, this architectural corpse represents a rich potential for the social issues of tomorrow. High perched,

Porto Novo,

Caterina Fabiani

Porto Novo is a degree thesis aimed at the redevelopment of the Empoli Vecchio’s villa farm, which becomes a new urban center and a social and functional “attractor”, while maintaining its historical memory. Porto Novo,

Housing 3×3,

Lucas Jalbert+Matías Mas

Based on a 3x3m grid system that varies in typology according to family needs provide a solution to a transition environment between free space and a highly consolidated urban morphology of blocks in Oslo. Housing 3×3,

Five stories,

Lipman Architects+Maria Oganian

By creating the architectural design, we wanted to make this structure unique to Bali – the villas float on top of each other, overlapping and adjoining each other. Five stories,

Damunt sa roca,

Barri Studio+José Lorenzo

The intervention accommodates 37 housing units, a car park, as well as a generous social program area. The reintroduction of local vegetation was meant to have a positive impact on the operation’s environmental quality. Damunt sa roca,


Eric Abadias+Isabel Perez

One backbone. Two gardens. Three spines. The backbone, a common space that connects the spines, where all the dorms are located. CAN70,


José Daniel Picado-García

More than a description of the project, this text corresponds to a highly condensed series of annotations that refer to the conceptualization and design process of this architectural proposal. Untitled_R-PG,

Metal era,

Vera Vakula+Temirbulat Abezivanov

Housing is a reflection of the structure of a society. An alternative future scenario is modeled which is the fourth paradigm shift in the pre-industrial, industrial and post-industrial world order series. Metal era,

Quilombola housing,

Rafael Lamary+Tiago Brito+Rafael Letizio+Tiago Brandão+Marcos Woelz+Déborah Sandes

The Quilombola housing project proposed here develops from the creation of a central axis that organizes the space, where there is no distinction between the front and back of the building, thus guaranteeing the enjoyment between the built space and the natural environment where it is inserted and also the symbolic identity of these spaces with the Quilombola community. Quilombola housing,


Noemí Díaz Pérez

Invernáculo” is a midsummer night’s dream that anyone could have. “Invernáculo” is a project that generates a greenhouse that fulfills the basic functions of the room that we often forget where to enjoy, rest, relax and let go. Invernáculo,


Sebastián Vergara Browne+Rosario Rio Acevedo

The OmniDomus Project was part of a workshop called “Vacancy in Height” taught by professors and architects Alejandro Beals and Loreto Lyon. OmniDomus,

Inhabited stone,

Atelier Volpe

The project “Living in a stone” began with a questioning around the relationship between stone and living. This question “how to inhabit the stone”, has gradually turned into “can we inhabit a stone? Inhabited stone,

Happier homes,

André Goyvaerts

As a result of the Covid-19 Pandemic and the subsequent lockdowns, our homes and neighborhoods have come under intense scrutiny. This thesis discusses the ways in which we can review the standard of wellbeing within residential design using scientific, evidence-based approaches to human health. Happier homes,


Claudio C. Araya+Natalia Kogia+Iga Majorek+Maria Valese

Thoughtful, adventurous and restless; these were few of the words chosen by people close when they were asked to describe him. Bivacco,

El Aleph,

Manuel Cucurell+Bruno Degiorgio+Tomas Fonturbel+Emanuel Mancini

Contrary to what we are used to thinking, moments of crisis are an extremely productive instance, as they allow us to let go of certainties and enter the realm of questions and reflections. The act of reflecting makes it possible to achieve a change in the way of looking, thus making it possible to search for new questions, new arguments, new meanings.

El Aleph,


Adam Fernandez

In Persian literal translation: bâd « wind »+gir « catch » is a traditional element of Persian architecture used from centuries to create natural ventilation and to refresh inside the buildings Badgir,

Outside In,

Douglas Lee+Yee Foo Lai+Xiaokang Feng

The proposal is a living prototype that can potentially affect positive change to our environment. It is a remote living hut sited in Cambodia. Outside In,


Natalia Kotova (La Papiro)

Melbourne is the city of contrasts with distinguished self-expression culture. Beyond the classical victorian style and new futuristic implantations, people’s creativity with their homes is the real and unique tradition.


Elastic Space,

Studio Traccia

The project promotes a new way of living, where the coexistence of public and private spaces blending between urban areas and rural parks, tries to inject new life, not by erasing the character of the area, but by building upon it.

Elastic Space,

Water house,

Germán Rodríguez+Emilio Farias+Salvador Ferreyra+Santiago Ghione+Franco Pozzi

The proposal focuses on three axes: The collective experience – which defines scale -, architecture as infrastructure – which contributes to ecology – and the constitution of a memorial of the present – which builds a new nature and challenges its visitors.

Water house,

160 dwellings,

Sandra Juan+Antoni Garcés

The duality of the construction and the void is what structures the city and it is the value of the empty spaces that gives meaning to architecture. The ability of the system to create emptiness, to create transitions, visuals, spaces; makes it the ideal method to search for a lace of the cores in the place.

160 dwellings,


Mario Mimoso

Earth faces a plethora of complex and interconnected problems: pollution, global warming, overpopulation, depletion of natural resources, climate change, deforestation, ocean acidification, and many more. Even if we could stop all problems at once, this planet has some wounds that will be difficult to heal. In the end, we may have to go somewhere else.


Inhabit the staircase,

Laura Bravo+Silvia Prujà

¿Can you live on a ladder? A ladder as a way of life. A ladder on all scales. A ladder that manages to unite people while generating life around them. The terms comfort and unevenness seem to be contradictory, but in the project they merge to create a more interrelated and more human lifestyle.

Inhabit the staircase,