Luigi Rosselli Architects were delighted to learn recently that the Great Wall of WA project made it into the Archdaily 20 most popular projects of 2015. The practice considers it a privilege and an honour to be included amongst the esteemed company that also made the list, and the inclusion rounds off an exciting and unprecedented year for Luigi Rosselli Architects.
It is humbling when a project inspires so much interest and enthusiasm. Thank you to all who liked and supported the studio’s work in 2015, we look forward to bringing you more projects and collaborations over the coming year.
If there’s one word that sums up our most popular projects of 2015, it’s “diversity.” The list features architects ranging from old favorites such as SANAA, Diller Scofidio + Renfro and OMA down to newer names like Sculp[IT] and Tropical Space; it also includes everything from museums to multi-family housing and spa retreats to chapels – along with the usual smattering of private residences. Interestingly, this year’s list also shows the symbiosis between great architecture and great photography, with no less than 4 projects also appearing in our most bookmarked images from this year’s World Photo Day. But despite their diversity, there’s one thing all of these 20 projects have in common: great architecture. So settle in, relax and read on – here’s our 20 most popular projects of 2015.
To see more of this project : The Great Wall of WA – 230 Metres of Rammed Earth Wall