Taller Bàsico de Arquitectura built the architectural complex of the San Jorge University Faculty of Medicine in Zaragoza. Three L-shaped volumes form a central plaza, reproducing an urban space outside the context of the city. The construction’s form and materials help to dematerialise it, creating views over the internal and external landscape.
Bolles+Wilson converted the deconsecrated church of San Sebastiano in Münster into a kindergarten. The elliptical shape of the church’s floor plan turned out to be ideal for creating a large play area, and the children attending the new institution will assimilate the value of protecting a space and remembering its identity from a tender age.
In the penthouse designed by Elii – Oficina de Arquitectura of Madrid, living is put on stage. Every function in this space is minimal, condensed, invisible; a house in which life is different every day, in an ongoing experiment.
The Polish architects of Superpozycja Architekci brought a "ruin" back to life as an attic apartment: a complex challenge taking into consideration every little detail, from reusable demolition materials to use of volumes. The result is a contemporary take on rustic style.
For the interior design of a penthouse in Ravenna, architect Paolo Carli Moretti worked with the concept of the darkroom, with spaces that frame and highlight the vast views over the city and the skyline.