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The macro message behind Aki Inomata’s microcosms.
By Andrew Braithwaite |
December 30, 2013
Tags: Cultural, Residential, Urbanism
Resembling a metal eruption amid a quartet of 18th-century buildings, Jakob + Macfarlane’s entrance pavilion is the main attraction at this refurbished architectural museum in Orléans.
Tags: Cultural, Urbanism
The South Korean capital is experiencing a protracted phase of exceptional design, as a new wave of talented architects and designers – from AnLstudio to Seung-Yong Song – is making its mark.
December 2, 2013
Tags: Commercial, Cultural, Retail
Troost Bridge, in Kansas City, Missouri; and Hariri Memorial Garden, in Beirut.
September 10, 2013
Tags: AZ Awards, Urbanism
Thalie by Julie Richoz; Essentials by Carl Emil Jacobsen and Daniel Kowal; X-Scape by Aaron Choi and Diego Valencia; Food and Energy by Arina Agieieva and Dmytro Zhuikov; and Václav Havel’s Monument by Libor Šenekel.
September 3, 2013
Tags: AZ Awards
Soumaya Museum in Mexico City, by Fernando Romero Enterprise; RMIT Design Hub in Melbourne, Australia, by Sean Godsell Architects; and Barclays Arena in Brooklyn, New York, by SHoP Architects
August 26, 2013
Tags: AZ Awards, Commercial
Swarms Pavilion in Kwangju, South Korea, by NADAAA; and Imagination Playground, an exhibit at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C., by Rockwell Group.
August 12, 2013
Fragments of poetry enliven the new Corten facade of a 200-year-old palazzo in Veneto
November 14, 2012
Tags: Commercial, Residential
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