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" True to the history of the place and to architectural archetypes, the seaside holiday home designed and built by TYIN tegnestue Architects in Norway replaces an old boathouse, reclaiming its shape and materials in an ecological project. The stratified Norwegian pine floor and wall coverings express the architects’ contemporary idiom. "
" Architectural projects funded by the Secretaria de Turismo del Estado de Jalisco in Mexico for the Virgin of the Rosary Pilgrimage Route include shelters designed by Luis Aldrete in Estanzuela and Atenguillo which are based on the principles of standardisation but differ according to their location and fit naturally into their surroundings thanks to the clay colour of the prefabricated blocks. "
" Seville has a new landmark: J. Mayer’s Metropol Parasol, a laminated timber construction intended to revitalise the Plaza de la Encarnacion in the city centre. Functioning as a roof covering the entire plaza, it is in actual fact a complex on four levels containing shops and providing an urban viewpoint. "
" Zaha Hadid Architects’ new London Aquatic Centre offers an opportunity to reflect on the Iraqi architect’s poetics and the way she has overcome unique ways of conceiving of known building types. Zaha Hadid’s concept of space is expressed in all her projects, from her best-known museums to this sports facility in London’s Olympic Village. "
" The new Erika car park building near the harbour in Malmö, Sweden, reminds us that any building must be designed appropriately for the landscape and urban context in which it will be constructed. Metro Arkitekter AB has built an infrastructure in the city’s old industrial area reflecting on the theme of urban regeneration. "