As a bridge between functional needs and the right to beauty, Studioninedots has shaped the massive volume of a high-density social housing complex.
In Ghanaian surfing Mecca, a community-oriented, award-winning renovation
A tiny renovation project, the winner of Holcim Awards 2023 Gold prize, maximizes the social contribution of architecture in building identity of community and place.
Ironically responding to the race for superlatives in hospitality architecture, a project that turns spatial constraints into opportunities perpetuates a reflection on minimal space with deep roots in history.
Envelope, cavity and void are articulated in a recent design by Has, to enhance the emotional experience of living in close contact with nature.
From the Unicredit to the Velasca Tower in Milan via Naples, Rome, and Turin, we discover the over-100-meter-tall Italian buildings that have become contemporary landmarks, in the footsteps of skyscrapers in the United States and beyond.
We visited 75.9, the latest house designed by Omer Arbel in Vancouver. Bocci’s creative director returns to architecture after years of design and materials experimentation.
Join our journey through the retrofitting scene, and the office buildings that were built out of the ashes of their 20th century ancestors.
In the Đạo Mẫu Museum in Soc Son, Arb Architects reused thousands of tiles from demolished buildings to build a project charged with meaning and memory.
In Bogotá, Alejandro Saldarriaga Rubio has built three “ephemeral” projects that can serve as solutions to the acute crisis of public space.
Office MI-JI adds a pure-shaped volume to a residence in Castlemaine, maximizing the poetic value of reused materials and components.
Designed by Workac and Iua Ignacio Urquiza Arquitectos, the Azcapotzalco and Lomas de Becerra PILARES projects belong to a new generation of centres that draw on Mexico’s modernist legacy of public architecture.
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 house conceived as a pivot between two inner gardens creates an uninterrupted functional and perceptive connection between solids and voids, architecture and nature.
Botticini + Facchinelli ARW has completed the UNESCO Corridor, connecting the focal points of the city’s archaeological site into an urban walkway.