Tag Hélène Binet

Belarusian Memorial Chapel by Spheron Architects

10-09-2020

Belarusian Memorial Chapel by Spheron Architects

The first wooden house of worship built after the great fire in London in 1666 is a small chapel designed by Spheron Architects for the Belarusian community in North London to commemorate the victims of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. This intimate, inviting architecture is a thoughtful blend of traditional and contemporary design.

German architecture, Brutalist architecture and architecture by women: three exhibitions at DAM

09-03-2018

German architecture, Brutalist architecture and architecture by women: three exhibitions at DAM

The best German architecture, the concrete monsters of Brutalist architecture and a century of architecture by women: three different exhibitions at DAM Deutsches Architekturmuseum in Frankfurt.

Baynes and Mitchell Architects Command of the Oceans Chatham

25-09-2017

Baynes and Mitchell Architects Command of the Oceans Chatham

Baynes and Mitchell Architects’ renovation and conservation project at the dockyards in Chatham, UK has received numerous acknowledgements and is among the finalists for the 2017 Riba Stirling Prize.

The RIBA Stirling Prize Finalist Projects

14-08-2017

The RIBA Stirling Prize Finalist Projects

The list of the six finalist projects of the RIBA Stirling Prize was published on 20 July. This Prize is the highest profile architectural award in Great Britain, whose winner will be announced on 31 October 2017.

Italian architecture by Zaha Hadid

21-07-2017

Italian architecture by Zaha Hadid

With the exhibition at the MAXXI in Rome, her first Italian work, we discover the projects created in Italy by architect Zaha Hadid and presented in the pages of Floornature.

Caruso St John Constructions and References Exhibition, Architektur Galerie Berlin

10-05-2017

Caruso St John Constructions and References Exhibition, Architektur Galerie Berlin

Architektur Galerie Berlin dedicates an exhibition to Caruso St John, the studio of architects Adam Caruso and Peter St John, winners of the RIBA Stirling Prize 2016 with their design for the Newport Street Gallery in London.

A year without Zaha Hadid: an architect’s legacy

31-03-2017

A year without Zaha Hadid: an architect’s legacy

A year after the premature death of Zaha Hadid on March 31, 2016, here is a quick overview of a number of projects by one of the most controversial figures in contemporary architecture. The first woman to receive the Pritzker Prize and the RIBA Royal Gold Medal, her legacy for future generations was buildings of sculptural beauty that people either love or hate.

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