“One and many” at the same time, the structure proposed by Sou Fujimoto Architects will consist of a central pylon and 99 minor towers. Seen from above it will look like a group of islands floating in mid-air.
A new civic infrastructure in the heart of Manhattan by Mecanoo
Designed with Beyer Blinder Belle in the former Mid-Manhattan Library, the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Library is given a “wizard hat” to house a lecture hall as well as the only free-access rooftop terrace in the borough.
Pantanella D'Ettorre and Presicci curate the design of a private residence that overlooks the Orbetello Lagoon, balancing local materiality, contemporary textures and natural context.
Hourglass Corral is the most recent addition to a decade-long project that reflects on the possible co-existence of tourism, agriculture and nature.
An example of almost unreal lightness expressed in the relationship between stair and structure, the stair for the Rinascente in Rome perfectly mediated the challenges of site and construction.
In the summer of 1976, the museum in New York hosted an exhibition, organized by Emilio Ambasz, that sought to provide a response to the problem of urban traffic and pollution through new ‘ecological’ cab projects.
Interiors and green spaces intertwine in this private brick residence designed by ASP Arquitectura Sergio Portillo.
Facing the vastness of the Ocean in Brittany, Aurélien Chen designed Maison Sentinelle, a rhythmic architecture that talks with its environment: sometimes gently, sometimes opposing it.
The curator of the Italian Pavilion for the next Architecture Biennale, tells us how we should inhabit the planet, also in light of the pandemic.
It starts at the Olympic Stadium in Rome and ends at the Wembley in London. The complete list with all 11 stadiums where the 2021 European Championships (called Euro 2020) will be held.
Cornelia Hahn Oberlander, key figure of the past century, fundamental to understanding our idea of conservation and coexistence with nature, passed away shortly before turning one hundred years old.
Designed by Johannesburg-based practice Counterspace, this year’s Pavilion brings up different traces and narratives to celebrate London’s cross-cultural communities.
Francesca Perani’s renovation creates a flexible and playful urban refuge of 25 square metres, combining chromatic accents, geometric cuts and Persian references.
In Torrazza, Piedmont, Stefano Pujatti's (Elastico Farm) double work has recently taken shape. It is the result of a research into the expressive possibilities of a traditional material, granite, used in an unexpected way.
The architectural trio tells us about their latest project, House of One – a soon-to-be-built religious building in Berlin that will combine a mosque, a synagogue, and a church.
Lhoas & Lhoas Architectes designed a concrete service volume with convex walls, conceiving it as a monolith standing out among the greenery.