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07-06-2023 - News
The winners of the 6th edition of the European Award Architectural Heritage Intervention
Aware of the importance of interventions on pre-existing architectures as a sustainable act, the international jury of the 6th edition of the European Award Architectural Heritage Intervention (AHI) recognised, in the various categories, projects focused on inclusiveness in social housing and urban cultural structures.
24-05-2023 - Design
The Zikawei Library by Wutopia Lab in Shanghai
The story of the Zikawei Library in Shanghai is a tale of intelligent reuse, as the building was originally designed as a bookstore by David Chipperfield Architects. Immediately after the completion of the façade and the structure, it remained empty. However, at the city's will and thanks to the intervention of the Wutopia Lab studio, it has recently become the iconic public library of the Zikawei district.
17-05-2023 - News
FABG Architects and the Esplanade Tranquille du Quartier des Spectacles
The Esplanade Tranquille du Quartier des Spectacles is a project recently completed by the Canadian FABG Architects studio, located in the heart of Montreal's entertainment district. The project consists of a building, a pedestrian walk and a public square that connects several key cultural institutions, including the Place des Arts, the Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal and the Théâtre du Nouveau Monde.