The Charles Library has officially opened at Temple University: a four-storey building including an automated storage retrieval system and a green roof on the top.
Massimiliano Fuksas: from Kant to AI architects
The collaboration between Studio Fuksas and Signature, LG's brand of top-notch home appliances, is the perfect opportunity for a talk between epistemology, architecture and art. To the inevitable point: we will soon no longer be needed but in the meantime we can learn many things.
Manoj Patel Design Studio designed a clay facade as a statement for a sustainable approach in Gujarat, western India.
The lodgings designed by Espen Surnevik among the treetops of Finnskogen, in eastern Norway, are sculptures made of steel and ennobled metals in harmonious dissonance with the natural landscape.
Maria Milens Studio reinterprets local construction techniques with the design of a house integrated into uncontaminated nature.
Curated by architect Yael Reisner, the event recounts unusual relationships between aesthetics and forms of inhabiting with exhibitions, installations and lectures.
The impact of the architect’s work from an economic, environmental and social point of view, and the role of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. A chat with the Danish architect, head of Institute of Architecture and Technology at KADK in Copenhagen.
Stocker Lee architects designed a three-storey atelier in Rancate: partially inserted in the ground, the building seems suspended by a glazed ribbon.
The latest building by the Dutch studio is a gigantic block with a square plan and very regular, severe and elegant facades.
The Wildlife Crossing at Liberty Canyon, Los Angeles, will link again two parts of the same habitat, divided for decades by a ten-lane freeway, dreadful for animals. An interview with its designer, arch. Clark Stevens.
In Vlora, Italian architects continue their research on the Radical Islands with the design of an exhibition space featuring three clearly distinct areas.
The cemetery of Neukölln has become a natural oasis within the city where to experiment new ways of using green areas that have escaped cemetification.
kooo architects renovated a 7-storey building in the old city center of Guangzhou, enhancing the restoring qualities of the local subtropical climate.
Six projects were awarded, which are as many clever reflections on public space, historical heritage and sustanaibility.