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Syborn + Atkinson has designed a terrace of sixteenth-century wood-framed house fronts to tack on to a 150m-long concrete curling hall in Japan's Hokkaido. The project will replicate homes from London, Warwick and Chester. 'Windows and doors will open - even though there's a concrete wall behind them,' says builder Border Oak, which calls the facade a 'massive mask that owes as much to art as timber construction.'

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