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27-01-2020 - Sustainable Architecture
The USA-based architecture firm, Eskew+Dumez+Ripple designed a really special co-working space in New Orleans, Louisiana. The project - called The Shop - occupies the third and fourth floors of the city’s historic Contemporary Arts Center (CAC), restructuring and repurposing it to revitalise the cultural institution.
24-01-2020 - Sustainable Architecture
The sales office for a new residential complex in Xiamen, China by Chinese architecture firm Waterfrom Design is designed as a connection with its environment, a promise of the emotions and sensations that occupants can expect from their new homes.
23-01-2020 - News
The French artist Jacques Toussaint has created a new site-specific work from his "L'Esprit des Lieux" series for the church of Santa Maria Assunta in Riola di Vergato (1976-1978), designed by Finnish architect Alvar Aalto and constructed after a long labour of love.