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Steven Holl, Virginia Commonwealth University, 2018. Photo Iwan Baan

Zaha Hadid Architects’ first project in New York City. The residential building conveys the layered civic realm of the High Line, interpreting its spatial and material qualities.

— The latest museum by Steven Holl is an experience of movement in time. Monolithic volumes, flexible spaces and translucent surfaces: the project by the American architect connects the university with its urban surroundings.

— Etherea: Neoclassic geometries for Coachella music festival 2018. Edoardo Tresoldi realizes an impressive architecture made out of metal, wind and natural light, in symbiosis with the wild and vast American landscape.

— London: a “millennial pink” office building. Clad in lightweight aluminium panels, Duggan Morris Architects’ building shows an iridescent urban image.

— Photoessay: walking through Milan’s courtyards. Photographer Valerio Zanicotti portrays patios and gardens of historic buildings in Milan, which hide real treasures behind their sober facades.

— The best stands at the Salone del Mobile in Rho Fiera. Spiderwebs of steel, platforms for peep-shows, and Italian piazzas provide the wow factor of the 2018 exhibits, where everything is mixed, from Andrea Palladio to pop art.

— The boat as a nest. Mario Pedol, founder of Nauta Yachts toghether with Massimo Gino, having started out with sailing boats, moved on to working also on motor yachts.

— From the Archive: Kurokawa’s Capsules. Symbolic building of the Metabolism Movement, with the Nakagin Capsule Tower Kurokawa imagined a new urban organization.

— Mexico. A wooden and volcanic-rock community housing. AE Arquirectos has completed an housing complex with shared spaces and services, fostering a sense of belonging between people.

— MVRDV return to the roots of architecture with Bulgari. The Dutch architecture practice have carried out research into materials for Bulgari, combing their modern vision with antique artisan jewellery techniques.

MVRDV for Bulgari, Milan Design Week, 2018
MVRDV for Bulgari, Milan Design Week, 2018

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