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Kita von LH Architekten in Hamburg / Bodenlos - Architektur und Architekten - News / Meldungen / Nachrichten - BauNetz.de

Kita von LH Architekten in Hamburg / Bodenlos - Architektur und Architekten - News / Meldungen / Nachrichten - BauNetz.de

Gallery of Children and Family Center in Ludwigsburg / VON M - 23

Gallery of Children and Family Center in Ludwigsburg / VON M - 23

Bilderparade CDXVII https://www.langweiledich.net/bilderparade-cdxvii/

Bilderparade CDXVII https://www.langweiledich.net/bilderparade-cdxvii/

Organized in two rows of four houses each, the Tilley Row Homes make a modernist statement with the rhythmic repetition of their gabled roofs.

Organized in two rows of four houses each, the Tilley Row Homes make a modernist statement with the rhythmic repetition of their gabled roofs.

Dwell - Sustainability is the Centerpiece of This New Austin Development

Dwell - Sustainability is the Centerpiece of This New Austin Development

Gartenansicht - Stadthäuser

Gartenansicht - Stadthäuser

Galeria - Conjunto Boucicaut / MG-AU - 51

Galeria - Conjunto Boucicaut / MG-AU - 51

Budynki mieszkalne wielorodzinne. Kraków. Nowa Huta. Housing in Cracow, Poland. autor: ARCHITEKT.LEMANSKI Tadeusz Lemanski foto: Tomasz Zakrzewski

Budynki mieszkalne wielorodzinne. Kraków. Nowa Huta. Housing in Cracow, Poland. autor: ARCHITEKT.LEMANSKI Tadeusz Lemanski foto: Tomasz Zakrzewski

© Eberle & Eisfeld I Berlin

© Eberle & Eisfeld I Berlin

W07 In the Netherlands, even housing projects commissioned by municipal governments involve architects and design experts on their process. European countries, specially the Nordics, have an understanding that good design can significantly improve the experience of a building, neighborhood, a city, or even an object. Thanks to their socioeconomic systems and political initiatives, commission awards are based on quality and not in a competition of who can make the cheapest job.

W07 In the Netherlands, even housing projects commissioned by municipal governments involve architects and design experts on their process. European countries, specially the Nordics, have an understanding that good design can significantly improve the experience of a building, neighborhood, a city, or even an object. Thanks to their socioeconomic systems and political initiatives, commission awards are based on quality and not in a competition of who can make the cheapest job.