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Wednesday, January 07, 2009

Favorite Doses of 2008

Here's a list of my dozen favorites from the 61 projects I featured last year on my weekly and daily pages, in chronological order. See also my list of book favorites for the same year.

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Red Location Museum
in Port Elizabeth, South Africa by Noero Wolff Architects

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Saint- Nazaire Alvéole 14
in Saint-Nazaire, France by LIN Finn Geipel + Giulia Andi

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House for a Musician
in Scharans, Switzerland by Valerio Olgiati

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Woodland Cabin
near Flanders, Belgium by Robbrecht en Daem Architecten

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Accordia, Cambridge
in Cambridge, England by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

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Biblioteca Parque Espana
in Santo Domingo, Colombia by Giancarlo Mazzanti

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Building Rehabilitation
in El Pópulo, Cádiz, Spain by MGM Arquitectos

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Jardín Botánico de Medellín
in Medellín, Colombia by Plan B with JPRCR

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Carmarthen Place SE1
in London, England by Emma Doherty and AiR

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Ewha Womans University Campus Center
in Seoul, Korea by Dominique Perrault Architecture

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Kraanspoor
in Amsterdam, Netherlands by Ontwerpgroep Trude Hooykaas

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Courtyard House
in Toronto, Canada by Studio Junction

3 comments:

  1. Hmm... you seem to have a thing for sticks and right angles. Nuthin' wrong with that.

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  2. Great work, archidose!!

    We just wanted to relate some of the favorites projects with our publications. They were included in:

    - Red Location Museum
    http://www.aplust.net/tienda.php?seccion=revistas&serie=Serie%20Civilities&revista=Civilities%20I&busqueda=Wolff

    - Accordia, Cambridge
    http://www.aplust.net/tienda.php?seccion=libros&serie=Serie%20Densidad&libro=DBOOK&busqueda=Clegg

    -Biblioteca Parque España
    http://www.aplust.net/tienda.php?seccion=revistas&serie=Serie%20Civilities&revista=Civilities%20I&busqueda=Savio

    In addition, we are about to publish Ewha Womans University Campus Center in of next issue of a+t magazine "a+t 32: HYBIRDS II"

    Thanks again for your approach to architecture.

    a+t architecture publishers
    http://www.aplust.net

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