Korean Presbyterian Church / Arcari + Iovino Architects_ the quality of light

Korean Presbyterian Church / Arcari + Iovino Architects

Image 1 of 14 from gallery of Korean Presbyterian Church / Arcari + Iovino Architects. Courtesy of Arcari + Iovino Architects

De Bron Church Renovation / Bureau MT

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Image 6 of 18 from gallery of De Bron Church Renovation / Bureau MT. Photograph by Dirk Verwoerd

Cortesia de Arcari + Iovino Architects

Igreja Presbiteriana Coreana / Arcari + Iovino Architects

Clean Modern Lines w/ warm hints of wood - Simple stage with/ ramp to left Korean Presbyterian Church / Arcari + Iovino Architects

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White Concrete in Golden Ratio: The family chapel Maria Magdalena by the architect Gerhard Sacher is a spectacular sculptural object made of white SCC (Self Compacting Concrete) concrete.

Edificio Castelli / BIAGIONI / PECORARI

Completed in 2015 in Santa Fe, Argentina. Images by Ramiro Sosa . Castelli owes its appearance to an interpretation of a recent urban regulation proposed for some "corridors streets" of this low-density area.

Every project we do has a unique concept. Our trademark: conceptual and schematic design, creating projects around the world...

The conceptualization of the project takes as a starting point separation architectural program in two main centers - social and private - generating each one of the volumes that make up the house.

Casa 6 / Marcio Kogan Concrete - House 6 - Marcio Kogan © Pedro Kok-7 – Plataforma Arquitectura

Galería de Casa 6 / Marcio Kogan - 1

Located in Sousas, this four-level home by Arquitetura Design defies the provincial air with its bold modern architecture.

San Alberto Magno Chapel  / Juan Pavez Aguilar  + José Requesens Aldea

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Image 1 of 28 from gallery of San Alberto Magno Chapel / Juan Pavez Aguilar + José Requesens Aldea. Photograph by Marcelo Cáceres A.

Hallgrímskirkja, the largest church in Iceland, was designed by state architect Guðjón Samúelsson to resemble the basalt lava flows common throughout the country. It took 38 years to build, and is one of the most recognizable (and most photographed!) landmarks in Iceland.

ARCHITECTURE OF ICELAND

Hallgrímskirkja, the largest church in Iceland, was designed by state architect…

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