– Finalist of the Terra Award 2016, this earth house in Spain follows vernacular architecture principles and helps to re-link human to nature and to build a more sustainable architecture.
– At the Noordsvaarder, in the northern part of The Netherlands, Marc van Vliet built an installation that changes with the tide, revealing different aspects of the landscape.
– Designed by the Madrid-based studio Abiboo Architecture, the residence grows in a non-hierarchical order where each space has different characteristics but similar importance.
– The Museum of Architectural Drawing in Berlin showcases the superb drawings of urban architecture made for a range of Japanese anime such as Ghost in the Shell.
– In Väkst restaurant, designed Genbyg Design, the new large and lush greenhouse serves as the connector between the two floors, and provides an inviting and informal setting.
– House 1 is an architectural installation based on an experimental format for collaborative design and construction by ALICE (Atelier de la Conception de l’Espace).
– Alessandro Mendini pays homage to Le Corbusier: the event at the Appartement N.50 invites designers every year to dialogue with spaces at the Unité d’Habitation.
– Some thoughts on the app that has outshone Twitter and WhatsApp in just ten days and, by creating a parallel geography of urban space, prompts users to view reality through different eye.
– At the Providence Festival, Pneuhaus designed an inflatable immersive colour installation built around the foundamental properties of light and colour seen in nature.
– Finally La Fábrica by Ricardo Bofill in Sant Just Desvern, Barcelona, from our blog LOVESdomus.
Top: Alessandro Mendini, installation for the Apartament N.50 in Le Corbusier’s Unité d’Habitation, Marseille, 2016. Courtesy Fondation Le Corbusier