António Costa Lima Arquitectos has renovated an old warehouse on the Tagus river port, extending the original volume with a latticework of bricks on a perimeter limestone wall.
An eco-hut for glamping in the Alps
‘Immerso’ is a prefabricated module conceived to be connected with nature, starting from its construction methods. It is designed by a young and emerging duo of architects from Turin, Italy.
Paris-based and Beirut-born architect Ghotmeh introduces us to Stone Garden, the soon-to-be-completed first project in her hometown. We asked her about how her geography has shaped her methodology, named “Archaeology of the Future”.
A symbolic space of state authority and the nerve of Istanbul, Taksim Square is the place where governments have tried to leave a mark, or erase that of their predecessors, generating an unresolved and indefinite public space.
The upcoming five-storey building provides views on the city and terraces, together with reading rooms and recording studios.
The Danish architecture studio is the winner of the competition for New Arctic whale watching attraction. The Whale is a cultural building that aims to increase the understanding of these animals and preserve the marine life.
The Second Russian Architecture Biennale for Young Architects is the perfect occasion to learn more about the republic that is currently serving as an example for the Russian Federation - and its approach to public spaces, from which any other city should draw inspiration.
Mezzanines, secret doors and design furniture: the renovation by Studio Asabesi + ATOMAA hides the service areas in a boiserie that doubles the 81 sqm space.
Obra Architects’ project at the MMCA museum in Seoul acts as a bioclimatic greenhouse for plants and human beings.
Aterliers O-S Architectes designed the reconstruction of a family center and nursery in France. The structure, connected to the street, aims to guarantee hospitality and openness to the community.
The organic forms of the Liyang City Museum by Crox are inspired by stories from the ancient Chinese empire, with fluid shapes merged with the hill.
The project by Jesús Perales disassembles the house’s volume and gathers its fragments around a central patio.
Horizontal and vertical planes of wood, glass and granite and continuous surfaces of microcement define the fluid division of the interiors renovated by Raúl Sánchez in Barcelona.
In Italy, the first serious attempt to use a Facebook group to talk about architecture dates back to 2011. An overview of online communities and the state of the art of copyright.