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Forging imagination

Brandon Clifford and Michael Schanbacher designed special timber playground in Lexington, USA, meant for ‘childish’ exploration and totally devoted to imagination.




The Inverted Truss

To renew a historical building in Taipei, B+P Architects designed a free-standing structure that is detached with the existing wall and introduces the idea of “structure as furniture”.



Fluid apartment

Mexican studio MAPmx inserted a parametric wooden structure within an apartment, playing with concave and convex walls that divide public and private areas.





Designed by Architectenbureau Cepezed a new bridge in Utrecht functions more as a high-quality continuation of the urban space than a specifically infrastructural object.




Berlin Projects

On show at Tchoban Foundation, “Berlin Projects. Architectural Drawings 1920–1990” presents an exciting selection of important moments in Berlin’s urban development.



Japanese guestroom

To renovate the guestroom of an old inn in the hot-spring areas of Shima Onsen, Japan, Kunihiko Matsuba reused the existing furniture and unified the Japanese elements.