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NEXT500 pavilion: MVRDV for the Fuggerei in Augsburg

11-05-2022

NEXT500 pavilion: MVRDV for the Fuggerei in Augsburg

To celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Fuggerei in Augsburg, Germany, the world’s oldest social housing complex, studio MVRDV has designed a CLT pavilion based on the dictates of the circular economy. Inside is an exhibition about what goes on at the Fuggerei and a vision for its future, also curated by MVRDV, suggesting three proposals for helping people in need live dignified, self-determined lives.

Kossmanndejong at Floriade in Almere with The Voice of Urban Nature

19-04-2022

Kossmanndejong at Floriade in Almere with The Voice of Urban Nature

On the occasion of Floriade Expo 2022, the world horticulture exhibition in Almere, in the Netherlands, creative studio Kossmanndejong and Overtreders W, Onkruidenier and Joost Emmerik designed The Voice of Urban Nature pavilion for the cities of Amsterdam and Almere. The pavilion, the gardens and the exhibition are a single unit showing how we can all live together: people, animals, plants, trees and microbes.

Yogapoints, sports placemaking by Studio KLAR

08-04-2022

Yogapoints, sports placemaking by Studio KLAR

How to create quality public space responding to the requirements of the Strategic Plan of the Region of Moravia-Slesia? By combining practicality and beauty in an architectural structure benefiting users: Yogapoints, by Czech architectural studio KLAR.

Moxon, Brent Cross Town’s sustainable Visitor Pavilion

22-03-2022

Moxon, Brent Cross Town’s sustainable Visitor Pavilion

British architectural studio Moxon designed a Visitor Pavilion for the Brent Cross South urban regeneration project: the first building in a North London project to include 6,700 new homes plus offices and services. All with the goal of creating a new park town with “zero carbon” emissions.

TEMP designs Runner’s Station in Beijing Olympic Park

25-02-2022

TEMP designs Runner’s Station in Beijing Olympic Park

The Chinese architecture firm TEMP has created a small infrastructure in the Olympic Forest Park in Beijing. The project aims to improve the usability of the park originally created for the 2008 Olympic Games, providing a service area for runners to meet, store their things, buy drinks and shower.

Theaster Gates designs Black Chapel, the 2022 Serpentine Pavilion in London

09-02-2022

Theaster Gates designs Black Chapel, the 2022 Serpentine Pavilion in London

Chicago-based artist Theaster Gates was commissioned to design the 21st Pavilion at the Serpentine Galleries in London. The project will be carried out with the architectural support of Adjaye Associates and will open to the public on June 10 of this year.

Expo Dubai 2020, Luxembourg Pavilion designed by Metaform Architects

26-11-2021

Expo Dubai 2020, Luxembourg Pavilion designed by Metaform Architects

Metaform Architects, the Luxembourg-based multidisciplinary studio has designed the Pavilion representing Luxembourg at Expo Dubai 2020. A great deal of attention was paid to the visitors' experience, from the waiting line at the entrance, to the route inside the structure. What's more, thanks to the materials used, the project is 70% recyclable.

Wutopia Lab and The Shrine of Everyman

25-11-2021

Wutopia Lab and The Shrine of Everyman

The Chinese Wutopia Lab architectural firm has transformed an abandoned rural building into an attraction, in other words a rest stop for visitors to the Qian Shao Farm. A project inspired by an idea deeply rooted in Chinese culture, that of the sacredness of everyday life.

Benedetto Camerana designs the facilities for the Nitto ATP Finals in Turin

19-11-2021

Benedetto Camerana designs the facilities for the Nitto ATP Finals in Turin

A prominent international tennis tournament is currently underway in Turin, the Nitto ATP Finals, a play-off among the world’s best eight qualified singles players and doubles teams according to the ATP. Architect Benedetto Camerana won the Beauty Contest held by the Italian Tennis Federation and designed the facilities required for this major sporting event. The project included conversion of the Pala Alpitour designed by Arata Isozaki for the 2006 Winter Olympics, where all the matches in the tournament will be held.

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