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A Thai café offering a nature-boosted dose of inside and out

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As a result, the space exhibits a refined naturalism that, as with the other inclusions in Prix Versailles restaurant selections, is a “tribute to architecture and its commonality with people.” ” Image: DOF Sky | Ground IDIN's name itself is an acronym for Integrating Design Into Nature.

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Architecture for Glamping: Embracing Nature with Comfort

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© Kyungsub Shin Camping , as defined in dictionaries, involves temporarily staying outdoors, setting up makeshift accommodations, and settling in natural surroundings. SJCC Glamping Resort / Atelier Chang.

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The Home of Shadows competition winners explore natural light-only home designs

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The jury sought designs that "demonstrated how natural light could shape architectural decisions." Participants in the now second edition of this contest were tasked with designing a home sans the incorporation of any artificial light. 1st Prize: Dancing Flow Designers: Haneul Kim, Sayun Park, and Eunbi Lee (South Korea)

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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. Its green rooftop further enhances its connection to nature. The home is also dug into a small mound making it unassuming.

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The Nature Education Center of Tangjiahe / CLAB Architects

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© Lang Xu architects: CLAB Location: Tangjiahe National Nature Reserve, Sichuan Province, China Project Year: 2023 Photographs: Lang Xu Photographs: Arch-Exist Photography Area: 1350.0 m2 Read more »

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This minimalist Mexican house blends into its natural surroundings

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Within a woodland in Valle de Bravo, central Mexico , a minimalistic, contemporary home subtly emerges from the natural surroundings. The residence adapts to the natural topography of the site by absorbing the slope and having minimal excavation.

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3XN GXN Reveals Design for Coastal Nature and Fishing Complex in Assens, Denmark

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© 3XN 3XN GXN and landscape architect DETBLÅ have won the commissions for the design of a new Centre for Coastal Nature and Sport Fishing in Assens, Denmark. The proposal features a subtle oval structure to showcase local stories of the natural environment.

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