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Ahad Haam Tower in Haifa, a vertical district

23-05-2022 - News

Ahad Haam Tower in Haifa, a vertical district

The Ahad Haam Tower is a modern 24-floor skyscraper in Haifa, lsrael’s third largest city. The design is the result of a partnership between Bar Orian Architects and Haifa-based firm Schwartz Besnosoff Architects inspired by the principles of the “Garden City” underpinning the neighbourhood itself, while incorporating a pre-existing building

Playful and sustainable, Patch City by ROOI Design and Research

19-05-2022 - News

Playful and sustainable, Patch City by ROOI Design and Research

The Chinese ROOI Design and Research studio has designed recyclable multifunctional modules to create temporary settings. Between the Patch-City Pavilion and the Patch-City Café, these modules, conceived as "toy building blocks", allow for a free and flexible combination and can be recycled into furniture after use for the installation.

Via Latina Apartment by SET Architects

18-05-2022 - News

Via Latina Apartment by SET Architects

SET Architects has designed the renovation of an apartment in Rome, along Via Latina, one of the oldest roadways in the Italian capital, in the Appio-Latino district. The renovation project conceived by the Rome-based studio is set in a context of great historical importance and plays on the materiality of the surrounding architecture.

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Zhengzhou Grand Theatre, a cultural hub

12-05-2022 - News

Zhengzhou Grand Theatre, a cultural hub

Zhengzhou Grand Theatre by The Architectural Design and Research Institute of HIT Co., Ltd. is an emblematic building clearly referencing the traditions of the Chinese city, recalling a boat on the Yellow River. The cultural centre has seats for almost 4 thousand spectators in a number of halls for the performing arts.

10-05-2022 - News

"La Dolce Vita" in an old sugar factory

The Żnin sugar factory in Poland is living a second life. Saved from demolition, the industrial complex, with its 27 buildings, has been recovered and transformed into structures with different functions, including a hotel and residences. The project was coordinated for the customer, ARCHE, by the BULAK studio.

Torre Fara, a specimen of Rationalist architecture expertly restored in Chiavari

29-04-2022 - News

Torre Fara, a specimen of Rationalist architecture expertly restored in Chiavari

The town of Chiavari, on the eastern Riviera of the region of Liguria in northwest Italy, is home to a sustainable contemporary restoration of a public works project dating back to the nineteen-thirties. Architect Enrico Pinna planned the building’s rebirth for a group of five entrepreneurs, with a dozen local companies performing the redevelopment work, including a new waterfront promenade as well as restoration of the former Colonia Fara area.

Leonardo da Vinci in the Genius Immersive Experience in Berlin

28-04-2022 - News

Leonardo da Vinci in the Genius Immersive Experience in Berlin

A multidimensional exhibition in Berlin transports visitors to the creative world of Leonardo da Vinci. The impressive show that explores the genius of Leonardo da Vinci in a way never seen before was conceived by artist Leigh Sachwitz with the flora&faunavisions (FFV) creative team and brought to life in collaboration with BIG (Borealis Interactive Group), the music producer sasha and technical experts from Pixway and Amptec Belgium.

Various Associates and a blue and white Art High School in Shenzhen

18-04-2022 - News

Various Associates and a blue and white Art High School in Shenzhen

The Chinese architecture firm Various Associates was commissioned with the design of an Art High School in Shenzhen. The School is focused on international arts programmes, affiliated with the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts (GAFA). The new campus is the result of the transformation of several abandoned buildings along the river, in an urban village.

Forgotten Architecture, from the internet to a book

13-04-2022 - News

Forgotten Architecture, from the internet to a book

Forgotten Architecture is a project for mapping neglected works of architecture. The initiative began on the internet, with a Facebook page created in 2019, and has now become a book offering testimony, thanks to architect Bianca Felicori, who came up with the idea, and publisher Nero Editions.

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