Architecture firm Mikhail Riches designed a highly energy-efficient social housing development project in the centre of Norwich in the UK. A complex of terraced houses that offer a valid alternative to high-density apartment buildings. The project won the Riba Stirling Prize 2019.
In the Warsaw Citadel is the Katyń Museum, commemorating the slaughter of 21,768 Polish military officers and civilians at the hands of the Soviet secret police in 1940. Katyń Museum was designed by a team of architects, artists and landscape architects under the guidance of BBGK Architekci.
The architecture of Fjordenhus, the new landmark built in the port of Vejle and designed by Olafur Eliasson + Sebastian Behmann with Studio Olafur Eliasson, appears to be inspired by the eternal erosion of the boundary between land and sea.
RIBA London Award 2018 winner De Beauvoir Block in London is by UK architecture practice Henley Halebrown, who came up with new workspaces for creative businesses in this characteristic semi-industrial terrace, also adding a central external courtyard and rooftop studios.
The Spanish architect Jesús Aparicio has designed a home in the old town centre of Madrid that springs from an existing building, with a privileged view of the most important art gallery in Madrid since the 18th century, the Prado Museum.
In the Saheb Bazar, in the heart of the city of Rajshshi, architect Shahriar Alam and his studio have designed a café that pays tribute to the cultural heritage of the place, one of the oldest and most historic cities in Bangladesh.
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