Chris Hodson caught up with the founding partner of Award Winners Pitágoras Aquitectos to discuss the practice’s work.

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Hotel Crowne Plaza Milano, Italy

The city of Milan plays a great role in the development of business and design, creating job opportunities, cultural events and encounters, such as the Rho-Pero, the redevelopment of the business district, the new convention center that has been built...

New Marlowe Theatre, UK

Named after Christopher Marlowe, the city’s famous Tudor playwright, this iconic modern theatre in the heart of the historic city of Canterbury has been designed by the award-winning London-based Keith Williams Architects. A pre-oxidised copper skin...

Gateway at University of Debrecen, Hungary

A research institute and its representative building, architectural discourse on an urbanistic scale, the ergonomic interrelation of nature and architecture, minimalism and delicately applied materi­als, the formative interaction of architecture...

Petravore (Extension to a house in Cardiff), UK

A recently completed high quality contemporary two storey addition to an existing home in Cardiff, South Wales.

Urbis, Manchester

Urbis, UK

As Manchester's Millenium Project, Urbis is a landmark building providing space for exhibitions and other cultural activities. Its design responds to the island site, following the street edge and turning back on itself to define the entrance and form...

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Operacion Amiral Mouchez

Close to the Parc Montsouris, in the XIIIth district, Paris Habitat manages the Amiral Mouchez site, a set of 15 social housing buildings organized around a vast green space.  This urban enclave densification and its neglected gaps...