A social housing intervention in a popular and lively neighbourhood of Barcelona facilitates the transition from an established housing type to a new one, in dialogue with the residents.
Guest house on the banks of the Danube reinterprets local architecture
A building in Serbia reinterprets the vernacular typology of local houses through principles of simplicity and reduced landscape impact.
The Japanese architect's firm together with Michel Desvigne designs a poetic place where engawa, the space that connects interiors to the garden, plays an important role.
A dwelling with sculptural and essential forms is articulated around a courtyard that is the distributive and symbolic fulcrum of the composition.
The units created by studio Laboratoire for a tourist complex elaborate on the archetipe of the primitive hut through a glass shell that combines thermal insulation with high acoustic performance and natural lighting quality.
The project in Valencia by Iterare Arquitectos, Mirasol House, is distributed around a light void and hides a contemporary transformation in an old neighbourhood.
A housing complex offers young people with few economic means not only housing but above all a sense of belonging to a community, under the banner of social equity and sustainability.
In the forest of Chapultepec, the Lago/Ago multipurpose center designed by Naso Studio opens, revitalizing a 1960s structure and combining food and art.
For the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics, Lissoni Casal Ribeiro transforms the architecture of a former industrial site into a Piranesian and polysemous space.
Palestinian architects of AAU Anastas reinterpret the hosh typology by updating potential uses and stimulating exchange with the surrounding urban fabric.
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.
Living in the immense landscapes between vernacular and contemporary design, from Wyoming to Canada to Upstate New York, in the footsteps of Henry David Thoreau.
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.
PPAA Pérez Palacios Arquitectos Asociados has designed Zarzales, a domestic retreat surrounded by vegetation, characterized by two separate volumes, sharp geometries and a semi-transparent roof.
Winner of the 2022 Stirling Prize, a building built to last, yet suspended in time, adds a new urban element to the College system of the British university center.