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Mallol Arquitectos’ Museo de la Libertad

24-04-2020

Mallol Arquitectos’ Museo de la Libertad

Mallol Arcquitectos, Central America’s most important architectural studio, has completed a project of great symbolic value, Panama’s Museo de la Libertad y los Derechos Umanos. Funded by the Democracia y Libertad foundation, the museum contains a large interactive permanent exhibition on three floors, plus administrative offices. The building is the first in a complex that will contain three volumes when completed, located to the west of the city next to a park full of trees, which have all been preserved, and employs passive ventilation techniques made possible by the area’s temperate climate.

Floating melodies: the CROX’s Liyang Museum

27-03-2020

Floating melodies: the CROX’s Liyang Museum

In the city of Liyang, in eastern China, architecture and landscape design studio CROX has completed an impressive public building: Liyang Museum, the city’s new key landmark, not so much for its 12,000 metres of floor space as for its unique futuristic shape, designed specifically for the volume containing the museum. The plans were on display in the “Time Space Existence” exhibition at the 2018 Biennale in Venice.

Touring the museums of the world... from home

25-03-2020

Touring the museums of the world... from home

From Triennale di Milano to the London Design Museum, from the Prado in Madrid to the Uffizi in Florence, from the Louvre in Paris to the Vatican Museums and the Guggenheim Museum on the other side of the ocean: these are only a few of the museums that have closed their doors physically but can now be toured via the new media.

Five years since The Broad opened in Los Angeles

27-02-2020

Five years since The Broad opened in Los Angeles

Designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with Gensler, The Broad is a contemporary art museum in Los Angeles that opened in September 2015. The LEED Gold-certified architecture is launching celebrations for its fifth anniversary by naming its outdoor plaza for its long-time Leading Partner, East West Bank.

Exhibition of projects submitted for the DAM Preis 2020 won by David Chipperfield Architects’ James Simon Galerie

18-02-2020

Exhibition of projects submitted for the DAM Preis 2020 won by David Chipperfield Architects’ James Simon Galerie

Starting on 31 January 2020, Frankfurt’s DAM Deutsches Architekturmuseum hosts an exhibition about the projects entered for the DAM Preis 2020, a competition for the best architecture in Germany held since 2007. The winning project in 2020 is the James Simon Galerie in Berlin, designed by David Chipperfield Architects.

Counterspace to design the Serpentine Pavilion 2020

17-02-2020

Counterspace to design the Serpentine Pavilion 2020

The firm that will design the new Serpentine Pavilion, the temporary structure that every year hosts the summer programming of the Serpentine Galleries in London's Kensington Gardens, was announced on February 10. The firm selected is the Counterspace architecture studio based in Johannesburg (South Africa), led by architects Sumayya Vally, Sarah de Villiers and Amina Kaskar and, as per tradition, the pavilion will be their first work in the United Kingdom.

8 projects receive the AIA’s 2020 Architecture Awards

11-02-2020

8 projects receive the AIA’s 2020 Architecture Awards

The American Institute of Architects has announced the eight projects that have won the 2020 Architecture Awards. Eight contemporary architecture projects, chosen independently of the size, style and type of building to represent the best architects can create for improving life for everyone.

A travelling museum by Héctor Ayarza for the Museum of Contemporary Art in Panama City

11-02-2020

A travelling museum by Héctor Ayarza for the Museum of Contemporary Art in Panama City

The Museo De Arte Contemporaneo (MAC) is a private collection of contemporary art from Panama and Latin America located in Panama City. The project entitled "El Contenedor MAC" seeks to expand the scope of the museum. Basically, this is a travelling museum formed of two shipping containers, designed by the Panama-based architect Héctor Ayarza.

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