– JA House: for this house in north-center of Portugal, Filipe Pina + Maria Inês Costa combine the rural and the urban lifestyle, clearly separating the existent stone ruins from the new construction.
– Epo Bicycles: Bob Schiller’s graduation project Epo bicycle, inspired by the way cars are produced, revives the local industry and brings production back to the Netherlands.
– Rooms You Have Missed: at the CCA, the exhibition “Rooms You May Have Missed: Umberto Riva, Bijoy Jain” explores two different approaches to conceiving and building residential spaces.
– Movet Office Loft: in the Land of Baden-Württemberg Alexander Fehre developed for Movet an open-plan office structure that communicates engagement, transparency and a marked team spirit.
– Freitag, F-abric: F-abric is the new material developed by Freitag: textiles produced in Europe from European bast fibers, completely compostable.
– Audi Urban Future Award: data collectors developed by a team headed by the architect and city planner Jose Castillo, from Mexico City, win Audi Urban Future Award 2014.
– After Schengen: Ignacio Evangelista’s After Schengen photo series is about photographing some of the old border crossing points that still exist abandoned and out of order, in some states of European Union.
– Light border: “Lichtgrenze”, by Christopher and Marc Bauder, light artist and director respectively, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Wall, is a tale of light 15-km long walking through Berlin.
– The Refugee Project: Hyperakt and Ekene Ijeoma created an interactive map that uses UNHCR and UN data to tell the histories of refugee movements over time from 1975 to 2012.
– Joan Jonas’ narrative season: more than installations, the many works arranged in the dark nave of the HangarBicocca are complex relational machines, chasing each other on before coming together in a bouquet worthy of a queen.