It's that special time of the week again to showcase celebrated posts about architecture and design, broadcasting from various locations around the world. As part of our weekly curation process, we gladly promote outstanding publications that align with our community's primary advocacy of elevating architecture and design with the Hive blockchain.
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For this week's report, we're truly delighted to present to you our 57nth Edition featuring our top 3 publications that highlight a spectacular monastery from Spain, an iconic architectural complex from Belarus, and a fabulous residential community from Thailand.
Don't forget to also check out our "Runner-Up" entries for their remarkable contributions.
Our Champions for the Week:
(from February 28 - March 6, 2022)
San Juan de los Reyes -a reference to the kings of Unity, Isabel and Fernando, the Catholic Monarchs- is an immeasurable building, which arouses passions and could be added, even at the risk of raising suspicions among some conservative sectors, which is also a small symphony, whose notes, assembled in the masterful score of Sacred Geometry, gracefully flow into the metaphorical ballroom of the Universe.
At the top of the right tower is the coat of arms of the former Belarusian socialist republic. The largest clock in the country is located on the left tower. The diameter of their dial is 3.5 meters, and the length of the minute hand is 1.7 meters. But these watches are remarkable not only for their location and size. The fact is that this is a war trophy that was captured from the Germans during the Second World War. Thus, it is a kind of symbol of the past victory.
The colour palettes of this villa both interior and exterior are cool tones and warm wood. I used reclaimed teak for the floors and all the joinery plus the same wood for the outdoor sala, walkway and the roofing eaves. In the garage I chose volcanic stone for the floor and for the pool again natural stone which I think will look super once the water is in and the sun is on it.
|[ENG]The Hotel Humboldt stupendous architectural work at 2200 meters high in Caracas [ESP] El Hotel Humboldt estupenda obra arquitectónica a 2200 metros de altura en Caracas
|Trabajando sobre rehabilitación de urbanización / Working on urbanisation rehabilitation .
|[ENG] A little bit of Rome in Caracas - Basilica in Honor of St. Peter the Apostle 📸 ⛪️ / [ESP] Un poquito de Roma en Caracas - Basílica en Honor a San Pedro Apóstol 📸 ⛪️
|An Old Outbuilding Converted from a Servants' House into a Technical School Administration
|[ENG] Getting to know the architecture of the San Francisco church in Caracas. 👷🏽♂️⛪ / [ESP] Conociendo la arquitectura de la iglesia San Francisco de Caracas. 👷🏽♂️⛪
|Areas for Athletics and Soccer / Unidad Deportiva Atanasio Girardot / 2nd Part
|Exploring Through Three Fascinating and High rated Green Buildings across the World
|CONSTRUCTION OF ABOVE FLOOR TO ELIMINATE FILTRATIONS IN MY HOUSE; ANOTHER ACHIEVEMENT THANKS TO HIVE [ENG/ESP]
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