Habitable Module IWI is an architectural project developed and patented in Ecuador by the architects Juan Ruiz and Amelia Tapia that offers the user a flexible living space that adapts to their lifestyle.
Designed for Division Twelve by Los Angeles-based design firm EARL, Bitsi is an itsy-bitsy chair for the teeny-weeniest of spaces – whether you’re working with 50 or five square feet, it’s all about compact comfort.
Located in Valle de Bravo, Tiny House by Fernando Weber Buch and the team of Weber Arquitectos proves that a limited construction time and budget can still produce a house that meets all the client's needs due to its smart design and modulated precast structures.
Tiny House is a prototypical, small-scale housing project by Cazú Zeger Arquitectura for a neighborhood outside Santiago, Chile, which uses prefabricated modules and inspired architectural solutions to provide a feeling of spaciousness both inside and out.
Led by Wang Yong, Beijing Wuxiang Space Architecture Design has created a dazzling architectonic retail space for Zhima Health—a multi-brand store for the Beijing State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission— that gathers a portfolio of traditional brands representing the humanitarian spirit of a city.
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