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December 18th 2022
2022 Top 20 Architectures
As we approach the end of the year, we are thrilled to share a selection of 2022's most viewed projects and blog stories published on Archilovers, representing the most appreciated contents of the last 12 months
Monolithoi
Monolithoi
Desypri & Misiaris Architecture
Messinia / Greece / 2021
Eleftheria Square
Eleftheria Square
Zaha Hadid Architects
Nicosia / Cyprus / 2021
Cascina Otto
Cascina Otto
studio wok
Cossano Belbo / Italy / 2022
High Desert Retreat
High Desert Retreat
Aidlin Darling Design
San Jacinto / United States / 2021
Hans Christian Andersen Museum
Hans Christian Andersen Museum
Kengo Kuma and associates
Odense / Denmark / 2022
Taipei Performing Arts Centre
Taipei Performing Arts Centre
OMA - Office for Metropolitan Architecture, KRIS YAO | ARTECH
Taipei / Taiwan / 2022
The Holy Redeemer Church and Community Centre of Las Chumberas
The Holy Redeemer Church and Community Centre of Las Chumberas
Las Chumberas. San Cristóbal de la Laguna. Tenerife / Spain / 2021
Noūs Santorini
Noūs Santorini
Divercity Architects, mplusm Architects
Oía / Greece / 2022
Copper House
Copper House
Susanna Cots Interior Design
Spain / 2021
Fluid Home
Fluid Home
Alessandro Isola
Italy / 2021
Datong Art Museum
Datong Art Museum
Foster + Partners
Datong / China / 2021
Casa Morelli
Casa Morelli
Holzrausch
Radda in Chianti / Italy / 2019
Casa AL
Casa AL
VPS  ARCHITETTI
Castelmuzio / Italy / 2019
Hermitage Cabin
Hermitage Cabin
llabb
Val Trebbia / Italy / 2021
San Raffaele Hospital - New Surgical and Emergency Pole
San Raffaele Hospital - New Surgical and Emergency Pole
MCA - Mario Cucinella Architects
Milano / Italy / 2021
Sluishuis
Sluishuis
BIG | Bjarke Ingels Group, Barcode Architects
Amsterdam / Netherlands / 2022
Monolithus
Monolithus
Kapsimalis Architects
Finikia / Greece / 2022
CapitaSpring
CapitaSpring
BIG | Bjarke Ingels Group, Carlo Ratti Associati
Singapore / Singapore / 2022
Masseria Santa Filomena
Masseria Santa Filomena
flore & venezia architects
ostuni / Italy / 2022
Piera House
Piera House
Fran Silvestre Arquitectos
Burriana / Spain / 2021
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MVRDV designs mixed-use building in the shape of a statue of Albania’s national hero
MVRDV designs mixed-use building in the shape of a statue of Albania’s national hero
Construction has begun on MVRDV’s Skanderbeg Building (officially known as Tirana’s Rock), a mixed-use
by Archilovers
2022 Pritzker Architecture Prize Goes to Diébédo Francis Kéré
2022 Pritzker Architecture Prize Goes to Diébédo Francis Kéré
Diébédo Francis Kéré, architect, educator and social activist, has been selected as the 2022…
by Archilovers
Foster + Partners completes Park Avenue’s first full-block building in over 50 years
Foster + Partners completes Park Avenue’s first full-block building in over 50 years
Yesterday, Norman Foster attended the grand opening of 425 Park Avenue, the first full-block office building on New…
by Archilovers
Saudi Arabia revealed THE LINE, a 170km long smart one-building-city fully pedestrian
Saudi Arabia revealed THE LINE, a 170km long smart one-building-city fully pedestrian
The designs of The Line has been announced on 25th July by His Royal Highness Mohammed bin Salman, Crown Prince and…
by Archilovers
An incredibly well-preserved mosaic uncovered near The Shard in London
An incredibly well-preserved mosaic uncovered near The Shard in London
Archaeologists from MOLA | Museum of London Archaeology have uncovered an incredibly well-preserved mosaic that once decorated…
by Archilovers
A jade façade made from recycled champagne bottles for Bulgari Shanghai by MVRDV
A jade façade made from recycled champagne bottles for Bulgari Shanghai by MVRDV
Shanghai Plaza 66 – one of the largest and most popular shopping malls in Shanghai – is now the home
by Archilovers
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Apart from these basic functions which it shares with the most widespread social networks, Archilovers marks a turning point in how architecture and design are communicated and “consumed”.

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