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Transformation from an old bazaar into a restaurant, designed by ARQUID

29-11-2022

Transformation from an old bazaar into a restaurant, designed by ARQUID

The architects of the ARQUID studio have completed the renovation of an old bazaar in Madrid. The pre-existing structure was reborn as La Más Rica restaurant, offering a fusion between the maritime culture of Galicia with the more industrial style that frames the history of the Chamberí neighbourhood, where the building is located.

Architecture Discipline’s NUO hotel in New Delhi

23-11-2022

Architecture Discipline’s NUO hotel in New Delhi

The new NUO hotel in New Delhi designed by Indian studio Architecture Discipline treats the hotel not as an isolated building but as a comprehensive urban intervention. Created for jüSTa Hotels & Resorts, Nuo offers a unique, highly recognisable identity while opening up to the neighbourhood.

Supernova, an inclusive nightclub in Seattle

18-11-2022

Supernova, an inclusive nightclub in Seattle

American music impresario Zac Levine worked with Mutuus Studio and GMD Custom to create Seattle’s most culturally inclusive nightclub: Supernova, a place of breath-taking design which is safe and welcoming for women, BIPOC and the LGBTQIA+ community, as employees, patrons and entertainers.

Tea House in Chengdu by Scene Architects

14-11-2022

Tea House in Chengdu by Scene Architects

For a new Tea House in Chengdu, the Chinese Scene Architects studio conveys the oriental philosophy of life, through the creation of a physical space. By introducing nature into the interior, the designers allow visitors to experience space and time, while exploring the expression of traditional culture in a contemporary context.

A City Becomes Colourful, the history of graffiti in Hamburg

10-11-2022

A City Becomes Colourful, the history of graffiti in Hamburg

Narrating the evolution of the city through the urban art of graffiti. On the occasion of its 100th anniversary, the Museum for History Hamburg presents the exhibition entitled "A City Becomes Colourful. Hamburg Graffiti History 1980-1999", curated by Oliver Nebel, Frank Petering, Mirko Reisser and Andreas Timm, offering a special look at one of the most exciting chapters in the city's recent cultural history.

Hérault Arnod Architectures designs Espace Mayenne in Laval, France

25-10-2022

Hérault Arnod Architectures designs Espace Mayenne in Laval, France

The Hérault Arnod Architectures studio has designed the Espace Mayenne in Larval, France, a multifunctional structure containing, in a single volume, a sports hall suitable for entertainment shows, a gymnasium with a climbing wall for international competitions and a conference hall.

Battersea Power Station London opens to the public

14-10-2022

Battersea Power Station London opens to the public

London’s famous Battersea Power Station opens to the public today, 14 October, concluding the second phase in London’s greatest ever urban regeneration project, the Battersea Embankment Development. The primary purpose of the reclamation and conversion of the power plant by award-winning studio Wilkinson Eyre is creation of a multi-purpose mixed-use development that will become an exemplary project for the city. The interiors are designed by Michaelis Boyd.

Design synergy for Kingsbury Commons at Pease Park in Austin

16-09-2022

Design synergy for Kingsbury Commons at Pease Park in Austin

The Kingsbury Commons project in Pease Park, the oldest park in Austin, Texas, is part of the Pease Park Vision Plan and gives a burst of energy to a forgotten corner of the area. The project is the result of the collaboration between Ten Eyck, landscape architect and prime consultant, Clayton Korte for the architecture and Mell Lawrence Architects for the Treescape structure.

S K U L L Studio with Prior for Concéntrico Festival

13-09-2022

S K U L L Studio with Prior for Concéntrico Festival

The S K U L L creative studio in Prague has been invited to take part in Concéntrico, the famous International Festival of Architecture and Design in Logroño, Spain, to create an installation on a site where a new technology centre designed by Kengo Kuma will soon be built. Prior loosely connects observations from the neuroscientific disciplines in the practice of designing play installations.

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