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Amphitheatre in Haiti

Emergent Vernacular Architecture designed a public space in Haiti, a plaza for the community of an informal neighbourhood, aimed to reduce crime and antisocial beheavior.

 

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Dynamic Seismic Hotel

The hotel project by Margot Krasojević Architects contains and reduces the building’s destruction and fatality as a result of earthquakes in the western province near Naples.

 

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Reconstruction is an exquisitely cultural issue

The reconstruction in the territory of Amatrice, devastated by the quake in August, should be afforded having previously seriously defined what does it mean.

 

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The Metabolist routine

Japanese Metabolism was more than just an architectural movement: it was a lifestyle. Two young Portuguese architects, who currently reside in Kisho Kurokawa’s Nakagin Capsule Tower, report on their daily 21st-century life in one of the 20th century’s most iconic buildings.

 

Architecture / Filipe Magalhães Ana Luisa Soares

 

Toyo Ito: Home-for-All

The Japanese architect, curator of the Golden Lion-winning Japan Pavilion at this year's Venice Architecture Biennale, discusses "Home-for-all", the project which invaded and defined the pavilion.

 

Interviews / Gonzalo Herrero Delicado María José Marcos

Surco: Colegio María Auxiliadora reconstruction

Surveying and mirroring the surroundings, studio Surco rebuilds and redefines a school's administrative building, which suffered heavy damages during the 2010 Chile earthquake.

 

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