The travelling exhibition Japan, Archipelago of the House, curated by architects Véronique Hours, Fabien Mauduit and Manuel Tardits, and by photographer Jérémie Souteyrat has recently opened at Looiersgracht 60 in Amsterdam.
The exhibition is an investigation and research into "the Japanese house" in a physical, cultural and social context.
UNStudio and architect Ben van Berkel designed the installations for the exhibition entitled "Constant. Space + Colour" at Cobra Museum of Modern Art in Amstelveen, focusing on the research that led Constant from his Cobra period to creation of the New Babylon project in 1950.
MVRDV has transformed number 133 Wai Yip Street, Hong Kong into a completely transparent office building. The architects stripped the building down to its primary structure and left it in view, then used glass to make all the furniture and even equipment such as computers and speakers.
From MVRDV’s Crystal House in Amsterdam to Kaan Architecten’s Supreme Court of The Hague, residential projects and innovative research: here is an overview of some of the most recent architectural projects built in the Netherlands recently discussed in Floornature.
The world’s first 3D printed bridge will be in Amsterdam, and it will be made by Dutch start-up MX3D, which gives the project its name. MX3D is the name of the start-up, the bridge, and the robot that will build it.
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