The work of 37 studios shortlisted for the IN practice research project will be on display in Naples until March 8: a joint project by the Italian Architecture and Criticism Association AIAC and A10 new European architecture, supported and promoted by Gnosis Architettura.
The winner of the 21st RIBA Stirling Prize has been announced. The UK’s most prestigious award for architecture has been assigned to Caruso St John's Newport Street Gallery. Let us look at Floornature’s coverage of some of the projects that have won the prize in the past.
The World Architecture Festival WAF is underway at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore. While awaiting the announcement of this year's winners, we look back at a number of projects published in Floornature which have been shortlisted for or won WAF Awards in recent years.
Open House London 2015, the annual architecture and design event in the British capital, lasts only a single weekend, but London and the surrounding area offer plenty of examples of contemporary architecture worth visiting and discovering at any time of the year. Here is an overview of some of the most interesting projects presented in Floornature.
RIBA’s famous Stirling Prize is 20 years old, and while awaiting announcement of the winner for 2015 on October 15, this week’s best of the week feature looks at this year’s six finalists and past winners presented in Floornature.
A collaborative project, is how architects Allford Hall and Monaghan Morris describe Burntwood School in London. The project is the result of teamwork by people in a number of professions: architects, landscape architects and a graphic artist, all of whom contributed their experience to making "a good school".
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