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Kengo Kuma Woven exhibition at Galeria Jaroslava Fragnera in Prague

28-10-2016

Kengo Kuma Woven exhibition at Galeria Jaroslava Fragnera in Prague

Kengo Kuma’s first exhibition in Central Europe is coming up in Prague. The Japanese architect’s work is showcased in an exhibition entitled “Kengo Kuma / Woven” at Galeria Jaroslava Fragnera until November 20 2016.

Marseilles and the waterfront: urban conversion strategies.

22-07-2016

Marseilles and the waterfront: urban conversion strategies.

A pedestrian itinerary starting out in the centre of Marseilles, beginning with Norman Foster’s mirror pavilion, and taking us to the outskirts of the city to see Zaha Hadid’s skyscraper. A walk along the city’s converted waterfront, a wide-ranging urban project including buildings and public spaces.

Brick by Brick LEGO at the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry

21-07-2016

Brick by Brick LEGO at the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry

Adam Reed Tucker interprets contemporary constructions such as the Burj Khalifa, marvels of the past such as the Colosseum or triumphs of the imagination like Cinderella’s castle in the Disney film in LEGO at the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry until February 2017.

Kengo Kuma designs Towada City Plaza community centre

20-04-2016

Kengo Kuma designs Towada City Plaza community centre

After winning a competition organised by the municipality of Towada, Kengo Kuma built Towada City Plaza with the intention of attracting interest and attention back to the centre of the Japanese city. Kengo Kuma’s Towada City Plaza project is already famous for its wooden playground inspired by the hilly landscape.

China’s best skyscrapers: The CTBUH China Tall Building Award

14-03-2016

China’s best skyscrapers: The CTBUH China Tall Building Award

The China International Exchange Committee for Tall Buildings (CITAB) and the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) have announced the list of winners of the first China Tall Building Award.

Tokyo replaces Zaha Hadid: Kengo Kuma will design the Olympic Stadium

21-01-2016

Tokyo replaces Zaha Hadid: Kengo Kuma will design the Olympic Stadium

Just before Christmas the Japanese government announced its decision to replace Zaha Hadid’s project, which had won the design competition but was then rejected because of the high cost of its construction, with the plan by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma for the new Olympic Stadium in Tokyo.

Zaha Hadid's architecture

15-01-2016

Zaha Hadid's architecture

Zaha Hadid's architecture is loved and hated, considered an example of avant-garde architecture or of design for its own sake, detached from its context, objects of sculptural beauty which are expensive to build and maintain. Here are the architect's latest new projects, presented in 2015.

Conran and Partners design Futako Tamagawa in Tokyo

30-11-2015

Conran and Partners design Futako Tamagawa in Tokyo

Futako Tamagawa is the first project in Japan to achieve LEED ND Gold Standard (Pre-Certified Plan).

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