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Integrating Well-Being into Outdoor Environments

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Integrating well-being practices into outdoor environments offers an attractive solution, combining the therapeutic benefits of natural settings with cutting-edge wellness technology, providing a holistic refuge that nurtures the body and soul, and inviting individuals to relax and reconnect with the world around them.

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Farmhouse in Mahiravani / Environ Planners

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© Deeshika Jain, Atul Kanetkar, PHX India, Pritesh Patil architects: Environ Planners Location: Nashik, Maharashtra, India Project Year: 2021 Photographs: Deeshika Jain, Atul Kanetkar, PHX India, Pritesh Patil Area: 550.0 m2 Read more »

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This Hungarian mass timber house blends seamlessly into its natural environment

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Hungarian design-build studio Hello Wood has shared its latest home with us, seamlessly blending into its rural surroundings and bridging the gap between the natural environment and engineered objects. Photo: György Palkó Located in rural Hungary , CLT House is approximately 1,453 square feet and fully equipped.

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YOKONAGAYA Beauty Salon / Office for Environment Architecture

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© Yohei Sasakura architects: Office for Environment Architecture Location: Osaka, Japan Project Year: 2022 Photographs: Yohei Sasakura Area: 67.0 m2 Read more »

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Extreme Architecture: Challenges and Solutions in Inhospitable Environments

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If designing a building in normal circumstances already presents numerous complexities, it's not hard to imagine the additional challenges when developing something in an extreme environment, such as locations with very high or low temperatures, or in places susceptible to corrosion, radiation, and more.

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House for Gonda / Office for Environment Architecture

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© Yohei Sasakura architects: Office for Environment Architecture Location: Hyogo, Japan Project Year: 2021 Photographs: Yohei Sasakura Area: 89.0 m2 Read more »

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5 Interviews to Understand the Relationship between Architecture and the Environment

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Image © Federico Cairoli The relationship between architecture and the environment is multifaceted. Many factors link architecture and the environment. It involves a dynamic interaction between built spaces and the surrounding natural context.