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The most beautiful villages of Europe

Mortsud (Norway)

Today, We have 12 European Villages with a lot of charm, the perfect place where you can rest and disconnect. It is the life in the rural paradise.Hallstatt (Austria)

Beynac (France)

Oia (Greace)

Ronda (Spain)

Rothenburg (Germany)

Reine (Norway)

Santa Maddalena (Italy)

Portloe (United Kingdon)

Burano (Italy)


Balconies with charm

Do you want to see what you can be done with small outdoor spaces and great solutions? Today we will see how to treat small outdoor spaces that often urbanites do not have terraces or gardens where outdoor enjoy our home, we have just a small balconies.

The use of textiles and temporal elements of rapid placement is another good option.

The vegetation a small scale is a good option for the outdoor decoration.

The use of folding furniture for every occasion gives us a very good space adaptation.














Decoration & Christmas

Today in Archidesart, christmas decorating ideas are our gift to you , these are the latest trend for this year, we hope you like and inpire for your home. Where you can see modern trends with a predominance of color against the classic trends that never fail.





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The main objective of the project including hotel and business center is to revitalize this area has been abandoned as an island within the urban fabric that has little to do with the plot. As mentioned, the track layout and its current near halt station has created a rift between the two parts of the city. The proposal is based on interconnect isolated areas based on the following actions:

-       Excavation of the routes and commuter AVE.


-       Recovery and rehabilitation of the existing station of a high architectural value.


-       Performing a transport interchange station centered in connection with:

                                 §  Cercanías Train.

                                 §  AVE.

                                §  Bus station.

                                §  Subway.

                                §  Private parking for 900 cars


-       Generating an annex to the Tierno Galván Park to connect with this and save the gap with the street Ramirez de Prado using different platforms.

-       Creation an unique building to focus in Center bussines, hotel, the access to cercanías, AVE, and subway use the station like a conection with the old and new building. 

Planta Propuesta


Secciones + volumetría


Sección constructiva

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Exótic resort in Hillarys

The owners of this stunning home in Hillarys, a suburb north of Perth Beach, Ritz asked Mouritz individual exterior design of your patio and pool inconsistent and poorly planned.
The proximity to the coast designers presented a challenging site conditions as well as an extra attraction of salt, wind and sun, literally stripped of paint from the front of the house.




The smallest tiny house in the world

The architectural Kitoko Studio, probably designed the world's smallest tiny house with only 8 m2. This apartment located in Paris, has a bed, a kitchenette and a bathroom. The lack of space in the center of Paris has generated the need of designing spaces and residences adapted to the demand in certain geographical locations.


n the video we can see how this home-furniture will deploy all its perfectly located and designed applications.




Lemons Bucket, Reality or Render?

Wet City by Lemons Bucket

  Lemons Bucket is a studio formed by 2 architects, a graphic designer and an administrator with experience in housing promotion.  They all coincided in a master about infoarchitecture and decided to continue together once they finished their master since they realised that together they made a great team.

  Infoarchitecture allows the visualisation of the designed spaces exactly as the architect imagines them.   In Lemons Bucket they make renders in a hyper-realist quality, capturing the essence of the design and recreating the architecture in 3D with the sensitivity that it deserves. 

  Before they start the images production they have a phase in which they gather together with the clients and talk about the type of images they need, knowing their project, the aesthetic which fits better, the scenery, the materials, etc. 

  After the meeting with the client, they make a more technical meeting between them in which they plan how they are going to get the images, what techniques they're going to use and they coordinate the time.

  They tell us how they do it: 

"Once we clear up all the organization we get to work with the images, in each project the process may vary a little, but in broad strokes they would be the following:

1_In the first phase we create a scene and furniture model.  We apply a base material, a previous lighting and with the client's help, we choose a point of view at the clients taste. 

2_The second phase is longer.  We create the materials, defining their tones, brightness, roughness, etc. of each of them.  We adjust the final lighting according to the new materials.  At this point, it's very important the communication with the client, everything has to be well defined in order to procede with a good quality image rendering (a process which takes various hours).

3_Once fulfilled the 3D work and renderizing the image, we get to the final phase, the post-production.  In this phase the image ends up aquiring the personality and the desired atmosphere. 


Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3 by Lemons Bucket

House Cliff Sunrise by Lemons Bucket

Desk by Lemons Bucket

Elwood Day by Lemons Bucket

Osakidetza, Health Department Headquarters day by Lemons Bucket

Osakidetza, Health Department Headquarters night by Lemons Bucket

Heydar Aliyev by Lemons Bucket

Heydar Aliyev 2 by Lemons Bucket

Valdemorillo Project by Lemons Bucket



Vive Estudio Design the Inside

Marino by Vive Estudio

  Vive Estudio is an interior design studio in Barcelona which arises from a simple idea: to create existing spaces, charming and above all welcoming. The studio is distinguished by the professionalism with which they carry out all their projects, but also by the value for money.
In Vive we are an experienced team which has undertaken several projects ranging from interior design,  integral housing reforms and lighting projects for commercial offices, special paint finishes for the carpentry and joinery. 
They count on their own style which is reflected on each project they participate in.

Marino by Vive Estudio 


  This is one of the last projects in which Vive Estudio has participated in.  It's about the design and remodeling of a fashion shop in the street Travessera de Gràcia 127 in Barcelona.  In this project they tried to provide the greatist functionality and giving it a sense of clear space. 

  The objective of this remodeling was to obtain a denim/young space in which it wouldn't be too cold.  With this purpose they've used two materials which are iron and wood which help them offer a warm image without loosing the young style that the atmosphere required. 
  Another basic point in the remodeling was the need to give a bigger sense of amplitude for the store, for which they covered the wood with a white patina and designed a new counter and re-designed the main poster. 
  The lighting was also a very important part in the remodeling in order to get the ambience which they were looking for, in this reform they installed rails in the ceiling and used dowlights in the fitting rooms area in order to increase the warm sense. 

Marino by Vive Estudio



FPD, Technification Centre

This final project of the University Alfonso X, made by the young architect Felipe Garcia Zubieta is a Technification Centre located in Cercedilla, north of Madrid. 
After an analysis of high performance centers for athletes, this young architect to find specific development activities carried out deficiencies. From there I got the idea of ​​making a project about to solve these shortcomings. The center will Modernization oriented soccer world.

Location and site

The project stems from respect for the environment in which it is located. Located in Cercedilla, this enclave was chosen for the premises to be marked, which among others were a place in a natural environment, who happened to find height to be greater athletic performance and to be a space in which to concentrate, relax and escape from urban life. Since many sports centers concentrations are in urban areas.
The idea for the project came from the Voronoi diagram as a pattern that allows us to regulate this in the face of a subsequent run was needed. 
The project aims to adapt THE ENVIROMENT and LIVING THE FOREST, playing with the existing topography and slopes of the different heights of trees. Depending on different platforms thus is designed at different levels that will emerge and be rooted in the most unpopulated areas or trees of smaller height and relating them in a direct way with the place. It looks like the pattern streamline method chosen to achieve the minimum possible cell and get a more optimal production.
Structure is decided by laminated wood as material for a sustainable future and featuring among others: 
A positive balance of CO2, more ecological and sustainable construction, excellent response fire easily, quickly and with a high degree of prefabrication and excellent static properties and drywall that impacts in lower installation costs.


It is a project that arises from the needs of the athlete and the athlete adapts to the environment in which you are trying to respect it and modify it as little as possible in every way, is why the center makes an analogy to the life of forest, emerging from a series of platforms at various heights supported by pillars that allow forests dynamism plan for the user while maintaining a direct relationship with their environment. 
Finally there is an eco project with nature because of its sustainable building laminated wood as protagonist and the many benefits derived from its implementation, in a world where climate change is being seen very latent should be indispensable.




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The 11 most impressive stations in the world

Here we present the 11 most powerful stations in the world, each with a characteristic and different design, but always fulfilling its function and for high volume usage.

11. Nunawading by Grimshaw Architects, Melbourne (Australia)


10. Randstadrail by ZJA Arquitectos, La Haya (Países Bajos).


9. Estación de Dalmarnock by Atkins Arquitectos, Glasgow (Escocia)


8. Ribes de Freser by Taller Sau, Girona


7. Liège-Guillemins by Santiago Calatrava, Lieja (Bélgica)


6. Denver Union Station by SOM, Estados Unidos


5. Nordpark by Zaha Hadid, Innsbruck (Austria)


4. Kings Cross by JMP Architects, Londres


3. Rotterdam Centraal by Team CS, Róterdam (Holanda)


2. Reggio Emilia AV by Santiago Calatrava, Italia


1. Estación del AVE de Logroño by Ábalos+Sentkiewicz Arquitectos.


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