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Bjarke Ingels Group returns to the National Building Museum with unprecedented exhibition installation that shows their Hot to Cold projects all around the globe.
Born from the collaboration between Tsinghua University & Studio Link-Arc, the Chinese Pavilion for Expo 2015 embodies a “land of hope” through its undulating roof form.
For the refurbishment of the Borsele Town Hall, in The Netherlands, Atelier Kempe Thill clarified the existing geometry wrapping it with black glass mosaic tiles, a reference to the local tarred barns.
Using golden anodized perforated aluminum, CUT architectures wrapped an existing community centre in Montreuil in a precious cocoon.
Pocket Living – a housing developer for affordable homes – has unveiled Henley Halebrown Rorrison’s Pocket Rotunda scheme, a Palladian model for contemporary affordable housing.
A series of wooden paths connects the spaces of this house in Madagascar, designed by SCEG architecs as a volume covered by a sail that rises to show the sunset behind the island of Sakatia.
The Chile Pavilion for Expo 2015, designed by Cristián Undurraga, is a wooden chilean pine bridge that will be carried and reused in Chile after Expo.
Megumi Matsubara created the scenography for the performance Seeing Red ignoring many constraints that stages normally require and focusing on the phenomenon it creates.
For the 2014 Winter Olympic games in Sochi Nowadays created the Microsoft Technology Pavilion as a public space, distributing the different functions around a multilevel courtyard.
For the refurbishment of this small apartment R3 Architetti used concrete and wood to define the spaces characterized by three vaulted ceilings.
Parat conceived a flexible office for mindmatters, a German software developer, using a graphic pattern for the floor, combining colors to define functions.
Following the local construction tradition Camilo Rebelo and Susana Martins composed on the Greek islands of Antiparos a house that, seen from above, appears like a thick white and abstract line.