With a close look at the latest international new buildings dedicated to the arts, Floornature offers an in-depth exploration of the best solutions for pavilions, theatres, libraries and arts centres over recent years. A detailed visual exploration for enthusiasts and experts of the sector, for a better understanding of the whole and of the details hidden behind great projects that have made their mark on architecture and contemporary design.

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Obra Architects, Temporary PS 1 pavilion. New York. 2006


Obra Architects, Temporary PS 1 pavilion. New York. 2006

Obra Architects created the 2006 temporary pavilion for for P. S. 1, the latest new branch of MoMa,...

London. Serpentine Gallery. 2006 pavilion.<br /> Rem Koolhaas and Cecil Balmond


London. Serpentine Gallery. 2006 pavilion.
Rem Koolhaas and Cecil Balmond

For the seventh year in a row, in 2006 London's Serpentine Gallery asked a world-renowned architect...

Aichi. World Expo 2005


Aichi. World Expo 2005

From 25th March to 25th September 2005 Aichi, near Nagoya, is hosting the World Expo: six months of...

Turin. Porta Palazzo. Clothing market. Massimiliano Fuksas. 2004


Turin. Porta Palazzo. Clothing market. Massimiliano Fuksas. 2004

Part of "The Gate" Pilot Urban Project for redevelopment of the Porta Palazzo district, the...

Atrium - Torino<br>Giugiaro.  2003


Atrium - Torino
Giugiaro. 2003

A structure of great visual impact with clean, essential lines, Atrium Torino is one of the city of...

René Van Zuuk<br>


René Van Zuuk
"De Verbeelding" exhibition pavilion, Zeewolde, Netherlands, 2000

René van Zuuk occupies a very unusual niche on the Dutch architectural scene: his background in...

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