The project by the SANAA architecture firm was chosen over the Snøhetta proposal for the construction of the New National Gallery of Budapest and the Ludwig Museum; the project is part of the cultural master plan that will endow the Városliget Park with various architectural buildings dedicated to culture.
The Jaroslava Fragnera Gallery in Prague presents an exhibition dedicated to religious architecture: Sacral Space. The exhibition looks mainly at chapels, from different areas of Europe, where architecture has shaped spirituality, capturing in some cases the ‘genius loci’ of the landscape.
Architects Kunlé Adeyemi – NLÉ (Amsterdam/Lagos), Barkow Leibinger (Berlin/New York), Yona Friedman (Paris) and Asif Khan (London) will design the first four Summer Houses with which the Serpentine Gallery amplifies its summer programme.
The Chinese studio Urbanus has designed a symbolic building to house the library of South University of Science and Technology (SUST) in Shenzhen. The SUST university library offers Urbanus an opportunity to rethink places of learning and social relationships in the big city.
A photography exhibition from the digital archive of the New York Public Library at Expowall Gallery, Milan presents a selection of photographs by maestros including Berenice Abbott, Dorothea Lange, Gordon Parks, Walker Evans, Marion Post Wollcott and other photography greats.
This week, the best of the week feature looks back at the “most popular” architectural projects featured in Floornature: the projects that have obtained the most likes and shares on the portal’s social networks.
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