Monday 23rd September 2019,

10 Colorful Social Buildings from around the world

Colorful buildings from around the world show us how important a color can be in architecture and design.
Each country or region has their own loved colours based on their culture and civil environment their residents are living into.

Below we are going to post some of the most colorful social buildings from around the world.

1. Two social housing blocks called Honeycomb Apartments by OFIS in Izola, Livade Slovenia.

Honeycomb Apartments Social Housing in Slovenia

2. Paris social buildings on On Marcadet street by X-TU Architects enriched with colorful front face

Colorful Social Housing in Marcadet street at Paris

3. Rainbow colored Bamboo Orchard Subdivision Social Housing by Buensalido + Architects in Cabuyao, Phillipines

Rainbow Colored Social Housing Bamboo Orchard Subdivision Cabuyao Phillipines

4. Red Housing Units by ACXT architects in Salburúa, Vitoria – Gasteiz, Spain

Salburua social housing in color

5. Yara community housing by Buildcorp Commercial(Project Architect: Carabott Holt) in Broadmeadows, Melbourne Australia

Pearcedale parade community building

6. Vallecas 51 Social Housing in Madrid, Spain by SOMOS Arquitectos

Vallecas 51 Social Housing in Madrid

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7. Santa Eugenia De Berga, Spain social housing by bailo + rull

social housing by bailo and rull

8. Social housing settlement Poljane of Maribor city, Slovenia by Bevk Perovic Architects.

Social housing settlement Poljane at Maribor, Slovenia by Bevk Perovic Architects

9.  M9 development multifunctional social housing in the Cité du Multimédia Montreal, Quebec/Canada by Sid Lee Architecture

M9 development multifunctional social housing in Cite du Multimedia Montreal by Sid Lee Architecture

10. Social housing in Elmas, Italy by 2+1 officina architettura

Social Housing in Elmas by 2+1 officina architettura

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1 Comment

  1. Nigel Brindley October 23, 2012 at 7:45 pm

    Proof that social housing design can be innovative, inspiring, uplifting places to live …let the architects free!

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