Autumn, traditionally a time of awards, including the prestigious annual LEAF awards that since 2001 have been decided by a panel of expert international judges from the world of architecture on behalf of LEAF International.
Only a few days left now to participate in the fourth edition of the Next Landmark Floornature International Architecture Contest, the international competition initiated by Floornature which gives visibility to the new generation of architects and photographers of architects. For this week's best of week we'll take another look at the winners of the first three editions.
Thomas Coward Studio designed the installation The Pipers inspired by menhir monolithic stones, built by Artedomus with extremely light gres porcelain Maximum slabs by Fiandre, in response to the theme Ritual: The Art of Tradition for the 2015 edition of Sydney Indesign.
The Aedes Gallery in Berlin presents the travelling exhibition Nightscape 2050 - a dialogue between cities, light and people in future - dedicated to the work of the Japanese architectural studio Lighting Planners Associates. It then goes on to Singapore, Hong Kong and Tokyo.
The Skirama Plan de Corones consortium, famous mountaineer Reinhold Messner and archistar Zaha Hadid pooled their brainpower and resources for the project of MMMCorones - sixth and final of Reinhold Messner's mountain museums - which has been completed and now awaits visitors at the top of the mountain.
Floornature and Livegreenblog have assisted to the opening of MMMCorones, a project by Zaha Hadid Architects for Skirama Kronplatz. It is the sixth and last of the Messner Mountain Museums initiated by the famous Italian mountaineer Reinhold Messner.
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