DUS Architects is a Dutch studio famous for experimenting with 3D printing and social architecture. Now they have printed a façade out of recyclable bioplastic for the Netherlands’ European Union Presidency.
To celebrate the centenary of the De Stijl abstract art movement whose most famous representatives are Mondrian and Theo van Doesburg, The Hague's city council decided to honour the former with an installation on an urban scale, on the facades of its city hall.
After founding 3D Print Living Lab, Dutch studio DUS Architects continues its research into printed architecture with Urban Cabin, a little refuge from the chaos of the big city that can also be used as a shelter on the site of natural disasters and is completely recyclable.
One Shared House, the self-funded and interactive documentary by Irene Pereyra and Anton Repponen from New York-based design studio Anton & Irene is all about co-living, a trend that's on the rise, and not just in New York.
The Christmas lights that lend a fairy-tale atmosphere to some of the most significant places in our cities are among the most exciting events of the Christmas holidays. Decorations and true works of art made of light, intangible architectures and impressive structures capture all the magic of Christmas.
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