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Image 1 of 26 from gallery of The Ulugöl Otomotiv Office Building / Tago Architects. Photograph by Gürkan Akay

Image 1 of 26 from gallery of The Ulugöl Otomotiv Office Building / Tago Architects. Photograph by Gürkan Akay

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Umbau von Bestand und Neubau - Loftwohnungen in München, Isabellastrasse 32

Umbau von Bestand und Neubau - Loftwohnungen in München, Isabellastrasse 32

#mulpix The winning entry to the New Orleans Prototype Housing competition, “The Porch House,” was submitted by architecture senior Amin Gilani and architecture alumnus Josh Spoerl. #model #maquette www.amazingarchitecture.com ✔️ #amazingarchitecture #architecture www.facebook.com/amazingarchitecture https://www.twitter.com/amazingarchi https://www.pinterest.com/amazingarchi #design #contemporary #architecten #nofilter #architect #arquitectura #iphoneonly #instaarchitec...

#mulpix The winning entry to the New Orleans Prototype Housing competition, “The Porch House,” was submitted by architecture senior Amin Gilani and architecture alumnus Josh Spoerl. #model #maquette www.amazingarchitecture.com ✔️ #amazingarchitecture #architecture www.facebook.com/amazingarchitecture https://www.twitter.com/amazingarchi https://www.pinterest.com/amazingarchi #design #contemporary #architecten #nofilter #architect #arquitectura #iphoneonly #instaarchitec...

Q Loft is a midrise boutique condo, 8 storeys in height and comprised of just 70 loft and condo suites. Some offer dramatic 2-level designs. Many offer spacious balconies and terraces. And all will enjoy the convenience of having a selection of retail shops and services on the ground floor of the building, with canopied and tree-lined walkways along both Queen and Dufferin.

Q Loft is a midrise boutique condo, 8 storeys in height and comprised of just 70 loft and condo suites. Some offer dramatic 2-level designs. Many offer spacious balconies and terraces. And all will enjoy the convenience of having a selection of retail shops and services on the ground floor of the building, with canopied and tree-lined walkways along both Queen and Dufferin.