Barozzi Veiga of Barcelona has built an expansion for Grisons Art Museum in Chur, Switzerland. With its complete formal autonomy, Barozzi Veiga’s expansion abounds in references to Villa Planta, the historic seat of the Museum, originally built as a private home in the nineteenth century.
After “NORWAY Architecture, Infrastructure, Landscape - With photographs by Ken Schluchtmann” at SpazioFMG, we go back to Norway’s National Tourist Routes once again to note that the tourist facility designed by Peter Zumthor in Allmannajuvet on the Ryfylke National Tourist Route was inaugurated on September 8.
It’s time for summer vacation, and we invite our readers to discover 10 architectural projects covered in the pages of Floornature: 10 holiday homes built in different parts of the world, from the sea to the mountains.
Iris Ceramica and FMG Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti’s gallery and showroom hosts a photo exhibition entitled NORWAY: Architecture, Infrastructure, Landscape. Photographer Ken Schluchtmann’s images take us on a long voyage among the landscapes of Norway and the architectural projects implemented under the country’s National Tourist Routes programme.
Swiss architect Peter Zumthor continues to work on a project begun in 2009 in Leis, in Canton Grisons in the Swiss Alps. Türmlihus is the third triplet in the series of vacation homes completed recently, along with the Oberhus and the Unterhus.
The Serpentine Gallery pavilions are temporary structures that last only one summer. They are always designed by an architect or architectural practice that has never before built anything in the United Kingdom. Let us take a look at recent pavilions presented in Floornature.
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