Backstage Bauhaus
 

Backstage Bauhaus

A two-part show at Oslo’s Henie Onstad unearths Norwegian connections to the Bauhaus and demonstrates the joy of artistic discoveries.

 

Architecture / Kristina Ketola Bore

Embassy of South Africa
 

Embassy of South Africa

Davis Brody Bond re-designed the South African Embassy in Washington, D.C adapting and reusing two historically significant structures on Embassy Row – the Ambassador’s Residence and the Chancery.

 

Architecture

Best of #glass

A selection of the projects posted on Domus Web  that combine a raw and fragile material as glass with technology or artisan excellence.

 

News

Assemble: Yardhouse
 

Assemble: Yardhouse

Yardhouse is a new affordable workspace building based in Sugarhouse Yard, designed and built by Assemble with an economic, modular approach to construction.

 

News

Tetrarc: Hub Créatic
 

Tetrarc: Hub Créatic

Hub Créatic in Nantes, by Tetrarc is a building dedicated to young companies developing new digital applications, in a campus comprising private and public higher education establishments.

 

Architecture

Concrete House

In London Studio Gil created an extension towards the rear of a Victorian terraced house and remodelled the existing interior spaces improving natural light, and an upgrade in finishes.

 

Architecture

150 years of the MAK
 

150 years of the MAK

Curated by Tulga Beyerle and Thomas Geisler, “Exemplary: 150 Years of the MAK” celebrates the institution captained by Peter Noever for many years and now in the hands of Christoph Thun-Hohenstein.

 

Design / Maria Cristina Didero

Carme Pinos: Caixaforum
 

Carme Pinos: Caixaforum

Carme Pinos designed in Zaragoza a building which ‘feels like a city’ and which makes us feel part of it when we inhabit it. A museum and cultural centre that acts as a new landmark for the Spanish city.

 

Architecture

Speculations on the the stratified city

In a small Parisian art gallery, the exhibition “À la Maison comme à la ville: Quatre projets intempestifs” links Paris to Buenos Aires, through the work of itinerant office Techne-Ar.

 

Architecture / Léa Catherine Szacka

NJB: Helicopter base
 

NJB: Helicopter base

The expansion of the helicopter base for civil security in Nîmes Garons, by NJB Architectes, attempted to demonstrate that the architectural features implemented were intended to meet environmental expectations prior to implementation of specific technical systems.

 

Architecture

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.

 

Architecture

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.

 

Architecture / Tony Minichiello