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Locke JetSpace
 

Locke JetSpace

Green Dot Public Schools and No Right Brain Left Behind set out to transform outdated public school libraries, debuting the first prototype space in Locke High School, Watts, CA.

 

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A walk above the tide
 

A walk above the tide

After 9 years of studies and 3 years construction on site, the jetty to the Mont-Saint-Michel by Dietmar Feichtinger Architects will be opened to pedestrians today.

 

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Made in London

At this year’s London Festival of Architecture, Cloud Architecture proposed two weeks in a pop-up studio at Old Spitalfields Market to investigate how to enhance the appeal of this part of the capital.

 

Reviews / Tony Minichiello

Z! Zingonia, Mon Amour
 

Z! Zingonia, Mon Amour

“Z! Zingonia, Mon Amour” is the title of the exhibition by Argot ou La Maison Mobile and Marco Biraghi devoted to Zingonia, on view at Monditalia.

 

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Villa Glicini
 

Villa Glicini

The garden was the starting point for the restoration and extension of Villa Glicini by Laura Mascino, an Art Nouveau small villa like so many others – home and studio of an artist.

 

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RPBW: Fondation Pathé

Thorsten Sahlmann explains the essence of the latest parisian project by Renzo Piano: the Fondation Jerôme Seydoux-Pathé, that will house office space, archives, a record and research centre, exhibition spaces and a screening room for the historical film company.

 

Interviews / Salvator-John A. Liotta

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13th Tile of Spain Awards
 

13th Tile of Spain Awards

The Spanish Ceramic Tile Manufacturers’ Association is launching the 13th edition of the competition to improve awareness and understanding of ceramic tiles.

 

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2 playgrounds for Paris
 

2 playgrounds for Paris

NP2F realized two playgrounds within the “Grand Paris”. The first one is temporary, located in front of the Pavillon de l’Arsenal; the second one, permanent, in Alfortville.

 

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House of the Infinite

In Cádiz Alberto Campo Baeza have built an infinite plane facing the Atlantic Ocean, a house that emerges from the sand as a stone platform.

 

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Loose ends
 

Loose ends

This exhibition by the Sicilian architect Maria Giuseppina Grasso Cannizzo is a radical intervention on the aut’s spaces and brings to light her attitude to architecture.

 

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MoMA: Stierli Chief Curator
 

MoMA: Stierli Chief Curator

The Museum of Modern Art appoints Martino Stierli as The Philip Johnson Chief Curator of Architecture and Design, succeding Barry Bergdoll.

 

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Cree Cultural Institute

Designed by Rubin & Rotman Architects, the Aanischaaukamikw Cree Cultural Institute’s building turns to the classic architecture of the Cree people’s traditional longhouse and to the particular context of the village of Oujé-Bougoumou.

 

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