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Archive for June, 2018

House at Charlebois Lake / by Paul Bernier Architecte

On a wooded lot on the shore of Charlebois Lake, the clients wanted to build a contemporary house, luminous and open to the nature. They wanted most of the spaces of the house to be level with the land.
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Essential Tips To Find The Best Properties In Foreclosure

The real estate industry is full of properties regarded as lucrative for investors to fix and flip. Nonetheless, none of them is as appealing as short-sales and foreclosures. However, investors need to approach these opportunities proactively, in order to gain the best possible return on their investment.
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A New Tower For A Prominent Harbour Site In Aarhus / by C.F. Møller Architects

The project will be the highest building in Aarhus – the city where everything really kicked of for C.F. Møller back in 1931 with the University of Aarhus. The plan is to have this new project completed within five years.

The property developer Olav de Linde and C.F. Møller Architects have published plans for a 144-metre tall office building close to the Port of Aarhus. Appearing as a bright sculptural landmark, it will welcome city life into an active public realm with new cultural, retail and business amenities.
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Tips For Preparing For Negotiations When Buying A New Home

When it comes to prepping for negotiations when you are considering buying a new home, you want to be sure that you are fully prepared. Below, we will be discussing some of the key things that you are going to want to do prior to beginning the search and negotiation process.
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Water Park Aqualagon in Villages Nature Paris / by Jacques Ferrier Architecture

Located by a large expanse of water, the aquatic park looks like a world that has emerged from the lake. Its origami form is an extension of the surrounding landscape. Culminating at around 35m, it offers spectacular views, becoming a symbol and a reference landmark of Villages Nature. The structure plays with the transparency and offers a new experience to the visitors, allowing a roof promenade made of waterfalls, mist, steam and aquatic plants that also help oxygenating the lake.
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Avoid Buyer’s Remorse with Efficient Home Inspections

Finding the right home isn’t generally something that happens overnight. It takes weeks, if not months of careful research, boatloads of paperwork, scheduled visits, and more. So, when you think you’ve found the right one, it can be tempting to want to make an offer and sign on the dotted line. Though you may be anxious to get the home shopping process over with, overlooking the need for home inspections could be the worst mistakes you ever make.
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Iconic Landmark for Shenzhen, China / by John Portman & Associates

Firm Wins International Design Competition for Key Coastal Mixed-Use Project

John Portman & Associates is happy to announce a first-place finish in the international design competition held by Shenzhen Prince Bay Shang Long Real Estate Co., LTD for the architectural and engineering design of Prince Bay lot DY02-06A in Shenzhen, China.
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6 Things to Consider Before a Basement Conversion

A basement conversion can provide your property with more valuable space, which can improve daily life within your home. Also, thanks to contemporary architecture, a basement conversion doesn’t need to be dark and dull but can be a used as a cinema room or even a bar. However, here are six things to consider before a basement conversion.
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