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Mansion “L’hôtel de Bethmann” in Bordeaux, France by Martins | Afonso atelier de design

Tuesday, April 17th, 2018

Article source: v2com

In this mansion, the living space is revealed by the encounter between past and present.
It is in the interpretation and the articulation of the existing architectural signs that has emerged the project, where each new architecture fragment fits and dances in its context.

Anchored on the edge of the Jardin Public in the center of Bordeaux, the four-floor mansion from 1850 opens up to this beautiful garden, unveiling its majestic scenery over the seasons.

Living room, Image Courtesy © Mickaël Martins Afonso


Jiu Jian Tang in Shanghai, China by Rocco Design Architects Ltd

Sunday, September 4th, 2016

Article source: Rocco Design Architects Ltd

As a luxurious mansion built for 21st Century living, Mandarin Court (Jiu Jang Tang) villas have inherited the spirit of traditional Chinese courtyard residences, which is most vividly expressed in their spatial articulation, interplay of light and spaces, and the subtlety in material usage. Yet, despite the strong cultural resonance, the design of the villas has rejected outright on any revivalist gesture or pastiche symbolism. Instead, an uncompromisingly modern and unpompous approach has been taken to honestly reflect the times where the buildings belong.

Image Courtesy © Rocco Design Architects Ltd

Image Courtesy © Rocco Design Architects Ltd

  • Architects: Rocco Design Architects Ltd
  • Project: Jiu Jian Tang
  • Location: Luen Yang District, Pudong, Shanghai, China
  • Client:  Shanghai Zendai Delta Real Estate Co. Ltd.
  • Site Area: 108,000 sq m
  • Gross Floor Area: 29,000 sq m (50 houses from 400 sq m to 750 sq m)
  • Design Date: 2003
  • Completion Date: 2005


Dharampura Haveli in Old Delhi, India by Spaces Architecs@ka

Friday, July 29th, 2016

Article source: Spaces Architecs@ka

SHAHJANABAD, symbolic heart of Metropolitan Delhi:

A city, with the colossal Red Fort and it’s 14 gates. The emperor Shahjahan built Shahjahanabad, the old city of Delhi in 1648 AD with the concepts of medieval city layout. This old city was an enclosed fortified city with rubble wall, bastions and gates at regular intervals. Fortified neighborhood with arterial lanes, built fabrics on both sides and neighborhoods and mohallas are the main features of Delhi. The buildings in the old city are distinct in spatial planning, architecture, decorative elements and climate responsive features.


The lane had all the suspended electrical, data and phone cables overhanging from the poles down to the street. The dilapidated elements, the fragile structure and open service connections were major constraints on the site. Multiple cracks on the columns as well as the walls and large patches of dampness made the heritage look like an ordinary run down building. Decorative plaster work was hidden under the multiple coats of lime wash.

Image Courtesy © Bharat Aggarwal

Image Courtesy © Bharat Aggarwal

  • Architects: Spaces Architecs@ka
  • Project: Dharampura Haveli
  • Location: Old Delhi, India
  • Photographs: Bharat Aggarwal
  • Designers: Kapil Aggarwal, Pawan Sharma
  • PMC firm: RRA Project Management Pvt. Ltd
  • Client name: Mr. Vijay Goel (Member of Parliament)
  • Completion: August 2015


Kopke Condo in Porto, Portugal

Wednesday, September 17th, 2014


Article source: Adriano Pimenta Architects

Its pre-existence allows dazzling a House classified by the Oporto City Hall, a garden and a vegetable garden. The house was converted into two apartments keeping its original features; the principal garden remained, in the vegetable garden two houses were built. The common garage relates all the elements to each other.

Image Courtesy © Arménio Teixeira

Image Courtesy © Arménio Teixeira

  • Architects: Adriano Pimenta Architects & Octavio Queirós Architects
  • Project: Kopke Condo
  • Location: Porto, Portugal
  • Photography: Arménio Teixeira
  • Project coordinator: Paulo Morgado
  • Project Assistants: Ana Ferreira, Carolina Salcedo and Maria Vasconcelos
  • Client: Odlaca, Management and Real Estate Investments
  • General Contractor: Cobelba SA


Spröjs Mansion by Visiondivision

Thursday, March 29th, 2012

Article source: Visiondivision

Spröjs Mansion is a house for someone with a go for gold attitude. The house includes all good-life functions a person with assets and taste could beg for. The cellar contains a double garage connected to a wine cellar with an under water pool view. The first floor contains a spatial kitchen, living room and the main hall with double ceiling height if wanted. Two smaller outcrops on this floor contains on the kitchen side an orangery so the household always have fresh vegetables and fruits, and a relax room with sauna on the living room side.

Spröjs Mansion front facade

  • Architect: Visiondivision
  • Name of Project: Spröjs Mansion
  • Software used: A mix of Rhino, Autocad, Photoshop and some Maya


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