The Ayla Golf Academy and Clubhouse by Oppenheim Architecture is a pavilion covered by a single concrete sheet, shaped in accordance with the surrounding landscape.
The kindergarten as a miniature city: a project by Crossboundaries in China
A network of suspended walkways and platforms connects a cluster of pavilions, allowing children to discover a new viewpoint on the surrounding landscape.
Nine independent units with pitched roofs make up a small village that children can freely discover.
The single-family house designed by More Architecture in the residential district of Caudéran in Bordeaux is a large box that hides a dynamic organization of the living space.
Colour and references to African culture in Dulwich Picture Gallery’s Pavilion at London Festival of Architecture.
The residential building designed by PPAA + Alfonso de la Concha Rojas and Adriana Rubio Vargas is conceived in continuity with private garden spaces.
In Berlin-Mitte’s neighbourhood, in Reinhardtstrasse, a 1942 bunker that became a mecca for techno ravers in the 90s is now a large-scale exhibition space. We interviewed its patron Christian Boros and curator Juliet Kothe.
Digital innovation can foster a return to the pre-modern ethos of community sharing, where residents network their printers to produce new objects and architectures.
An interview with Niger-based architect Mariam Kamara, known for her well-balanced buildings that use local crafts, materials and technology.
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.
Paravan is sculptural in form and architectural in execution, both articulating and creating space. Like parentheses to enclose a conversation, Paravan creates intimacy in open areas with sound absorbing panels to support focus, concentration, and collaboration.
With new urban development driven by the third oil boom, planners see the legacy of the past as a resource, inspired by Haussmann’s urban interventions in Paris.
Throughout the month of June the British capital is awash with pop-up pavilions, tours, openings and talks for its annual architecture festival. Here are five events we won't be missing.
The new book by photographers Leo Fabrizio and Daphné Bengoa re-brings to light the (almost) forgotten work of the prolific French architect in Algeria.
Ignacio Correa designed an isolated house folding to adapt to its complex environmental conditions and framing Lake Llanquihue’s naturalistic scenarios with a wooden structure.