Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk’s space colonisation plans follow in the footsteps of those of the 1970s: city dwellers were looking for a return to nature, and the first attempts at remote working also date back to that period.
Drawing Works’ project in Yangyang, a small town on the ocean in South Korea, is characterised by the interaction of the architecture with the nature of the place.
The location is the project key by studio noa*: with its large windows and local materials, the landscape enters the individual rooms.
12 constructions from the Alps to South America, from Utah to Tibet, tell the romantic and technological story of an adventure of human resourcefulness.
The project in Valencia by Iterare Arquitectos, Mirasol House, is distributed around a light void and hides a contemporary transformation in an old neighbourhood.
The residential project by Pablo Senmartin Arquitectos interacts with nature by proposing sustainable approaches and consciously taking advantage of the characteristics of the site.
The extension of a house designed by the American master approaches the existing building with deference, leaving the iconic architecture as the undisputed protagonist of the scene.
From Milan’s Salone del Mobile to Design Miami/Basel, a list of all the most important events on the design circuit.
The structure designed by T2P Architects, which recalls the works of Ando and Turrell, is the centrepiece of the new entrance plaza of a company specialising in sewage systems.
Martens Willems Humblé Architecten designed a house in close connection to the site, a sculptural volume that expands to the upper floors finding its place between modern, historical and everyday architectures.
AB House by Mi-JI Studio sees technical expressiveness approaching the dynamism of volumes, where the use of materials is the protagonist.
Aerodream, the spectacular history of inflatables
Frederic Migayrou, curator of the exhibition “Aerodream” at the Centre Pompidou-Metz, tells us the aesthetic and social evolution of these majestic inflatable structures, from Second World War until today.
A matrix of crossing galleries creates a flexible space that works on the sensory experience of the architecture and on the ability to disassemble and reassemble the surrounding landscape.
In this house in Bratislava the volumetric game conceals a rich interpenetration of spaces giving quality to a contemporary living.