Piil is the inaugural project of Arsenit, an Estonian architecture studio founded by Arseni Timofejev. The aim of the project was to peel away the mundane, the stress of everyday — replacing it with a sense of calm and wonder that can be found amidst the treetops.
Designed by architects Paulo Costa and Sónia Abreu, RiscoWhite is located on the south bank of the River Cávado, in Barcelinhos, Portugal, offering a wide green landscape immortalized by the Palace of the Dukes of Bragança and the Medieval Tower
Paul de Ruiter Architects designed Villa A. with a deep regard for nature. Located in the dunes of Aerdenhout, The Netherlands, this sustainable and energy-neutral villa offers ample residential comfort, while staying connected to the adjacent Natura2000 nature reserve.
Designed by Fon Studio, the project site is a lower part space of a duplex villa residence, owned by a young couple. As a film producer, Mr. Cui hopes this house, in Beijing, is not just a cosy living place but also an experimental field – like his own “Life studio” to accommodate his unrestrained imagination.
Designed by Vijay Gupta Architects, the EuroSchool Bannerghatta, Bengaluru, India, breaks the conventional approach to schools by creating an organic built morphology that weaves in the natural with the manmade, the built with the unbuilt.