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YINJISPACE use media professional’s unique perspective,try to explore the essence of life behind the design works.

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  • Gallaratese

    Gallaratese

    The format they applied to the project drew its inspiration from a series of experiments conducted in the 1950s by a group of Modernist architects named “Project X.”
  • Guayacan Pavilion

    Guayacan Pavilion

    The work is an expression of materiality and space itself, where the architecture, developed by the office of Ambrosi Etchegaray, conceived a pavilion that in its transition across space and time benefits from its deterioration or its assimilation into the landscape, into nature, the origin of all things.
  • La Grande Motte

    La Grande Motte

    La Grande Motte is a popular seaside resort located in Southern France, in the arrondissement of Montpellier. The whole area was designed and built between 1960 and 1975 by one single architect, Jean Balladur. 
  • Amoreiras Towers

    Amoreiras Towers

    For the Amoreiras Towers project, Tomás Taveira has appropriately reduced the use of colour, choosing warm tones as the dominant palette for the project.
  • Spiritan Museum of African Arts

    Spiritan Museum of African Arts

    Spiritanian collections are an exceptional testimony to the life, traditions, art and beliefs of the people of Central Africa in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
  • Convent Saint François

    Convent Saint François

    This partially ruined building,  a historical monument, had been abandoned for a very long time. Housed high up, on its promontory, it was a defensive castle before being a place of prayer, of retreat, chosen by monks aware of the absolute beauty of the site. Faith rallies to the sublime. 
  • Colín Sports Hall

    Colín Sports Hall

    Generating an accessible and unified complex was the main purpose of the intervention in Colín Sports Hall.
  • El Nido De Quetzalcóatl

    El Nido De Quetzalcóatl

    Named El Nido de Quetzalcóatl – in reference to a god with a serpent form in Aztec religion, the structure was completed in 2007 by Senosiain who describes the project as a work of organic architecture.
  • Te Pae North Piha Surf Lifesaving Tower

    Te Pae North Piha Surf Lifesaving Tower

    The lifeguard tower is an essential facility that enables observation, patrolling, and protection at North Piha - one of New Zealand's most beautiful but dangerous surf beaches.
  • Extension of Parkhotel Holzner

    Extension of Parkhotel Holzner

    Parkhotel holzner`s suites are integrated into the natural terrain to extend the historic art nouveau hotel.
  • Hotel Belvedere

    Hotel Belvedere

    The hotel belvedere extension demonstrates how architecture can also make a statement in the midst of the landscape, participating in it and enhancing its forms.
  • Ghotel Pacherhof New Cellar

    Ghotel Pacherhof New Cellar

    In the highest angle of the site, a funnel-shaped polygonal tower, cladded in bronze panels, emerges from the site playing with the mountain peaks.
  • Morland Mixite Capitale

    Morland Mixite Capitale

    The former ‘Prefecture de Paris’ on Boulevard Morland is situated on the banks of the River Seine in 4th arrondissement of Paris. The building, which originally housed city administration, was completed around 1960 by the architect Albert Laprade.
  • Zhejiang Medicine Headquarters

    Zhejiang Medicine Headquarters

    Zhejiang Medicine is one of the largest manufacturers of natural and synthetic Vitamin E in the world. The building is the company’s first purpose-built headquarters within its new campus in the industrial district of Shaoxing. The headquarters houses administration, office, research and laboratory facilities for Zhejiang Medicine and its subsidiaries all situated within a landscaped park.
  • Tom Patterson Theatre

    Tom Patterson Theatre

    Vibrant transparency runs its entire length with a lustrous façade that ebbs and flows in step with the river. This organic, curvilinear form creates quiet folds and eddies of encounter across a sequence of carefully considered spaces that flow from one to another.