A sustainable house, built using traditional architecture, connected to the sea and nature: it's a villa almost without corners, but with double walls that keep out the intense heat.
A sustainable house, built using traditional architecture, connected to the sea and nature: it’s a villa almost without corners, but with double walls that keep out the intense heat.
The Biennale Architectura in Venice highlights the latest trends in design and showcases new approaches to architecture. This year, there are five trends that make this edition of the Biennale unique.
A sustainably-built house, constructed in the traditional style, connected to the sea and nature. The house on the Mediterranean island has few right angles, and its double walls keep out the scorching heat.
While Croatia's unique natural beauty continues to draw tourists, its medieval cities also have a lot to offer. Besides Split and Dubrovnik, Zadar is one such attraction. DW's Eesha Kheny travels to find out more.
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