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The Cloudscape of Haikou, a space-age park pavilion designed by architect Ma Yansong, uses curvilinear shapes to complement a scenic seaside location.
The designer of 15 Allen Street needed to navigate neighborhood history and new zoning rules to complete this 12-unit apartment building.
To answer NIMBY critics, this social housing project by Jean-Christophe Quinton Architecte needed to be stylish enough to fit into the affluent 6th arrondissement.
A former police station finds new life as low-income housing for artists in a development that bridges the divide between commercial and residential strips.