AWP and HHF design a cluster of pavilions and a small, isolated tower inside the green corridor landscaped by Agence TER along the banks of the Seine.
Exhibit A: exhibitions that transformed architecture
New tome Exhibit A, published by Phaidon, offers insightful view into the history of architecture exhibitions. It puts light on the under-rated topic in both architecture and curatorial praxis.
Each flat is slightly different from all the others, and they all have off standard spaces and measurements, to eventually adapt to unexpected future uses.
Designed by Studio Weave, this pavillion located in the garden of Northolt’s Belvue School, is a house in the woods, a domestic and dreamlike space thought for students with severe learning difficulties.
BAAS Arquitectura designs a second skin made out of brick latticework that entirely wraps the building up, turning it into an abstract volume.
The director of the Academy of Architecture in Mendrisio tells us about his project at the Venice Architecture Biennale on algorithms and architecture, play and technology.
Presented at the Edward Cella Gallery, the show curated by David DeBoer merges utopian architecture and art.
The first interview in the series originating from the partnership between Domus and Porto Academy addresses the creative process guiding architecture.
In the city of Monterrey, RML Diseño completed a 220 sqm house excavated by double-heights, indoor gardens and a tunnel staircase.
Aleph Zero’s building mixes the residential, working and recreational functions, organised by a grid of 5x5 meters.
Light and free like a butterfly, extending and folding like a folding screen, ORIGAMI, designed by Alberto Meda, is an electric plug&play radiator that liaises with its surroundings.
Square mirror with lacquered metal frame, mocha or burnished brass finish. Central mirror available in different shades.The new dimensions of the Visual mirrors create original reflections thanks to the different shades and to their modularity. They furnish private and public spaces with a refined simplicity and allow to create large compositions.
Inspired by local architecture, architect Pedro de Azambuja turns a stable into a single-family house.
With the “Paradigma” exhibition, the Museo Novecento opens its doors to contemporary architecture.
MAPA designed Sacromonte hotel as units scattered in the landscape, at the same time technological and archaic.
For the Triënnale Brugge 2018, the Korean studio makes the “Venice of the North” channels accessible with a temporary intervention.