Fantasy and constant attention to details are the distinctive features of the project of the Storey’s Field Community Centre realised by MUMA LLP for the University of Cambridge. It is a great quality building whose every aspect privileges human scale, and one of the six finalists chosen by the panel of the RIBA Stirling Prize 2018.
The project in Guadurnal, Ecuador by the architects from Al Borde and Taller General implements the reuse of materials and existing buildings to create a new space for the local community, which suffered huge losses in the April 2016 earthquake.
Blouin Orzes Architectes, which has been in business for many years now in the northern part of Quebec, has created a collective architecture with the new Nunavik cultural centre, closely interacting with the natural context, and inspired by the forms of the icebergs.
During the International Architecture Exhibition at the Biennale in Venice, Fondazione Emilio e Annabianca Vedova presents an exhibition about projects by Renzo Piano Building Workshop in a special installation curated by Studio Azzurro.
The new Streetlight Tagpuro study centre and orphanage in Tacloban City, in the Philippines, is an example of a sustainable and resilient reconstruction realised by architectural studios Eriksson Furunes Architects and Leandro V.
The volume in the Nordic Architects series of publications that Arvinius+Orfeus is dedicating to Nordic architecture uses examples of Scandinavian architects to explore one of the key aspects of contemporary architecture - the global impact of urbanisation.
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