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AAU ANASTAS: Courthouse in Tulkarm, Palestine

14-09-2022

AAU ANASTAS: Courthouse in Tulkarm, Palestine

In the new Courthouse in Tulkarm, Palestine, volumes characterised by different walls, types of cladding and strategies for protecting against the sun’s strong rays form a landmark scenario. The building opens up to the city, in opposition to the concept of the citadel of justice.

MAD Architects a dynamic project for the MoLo in Milan

16-08-2022

MAD Architects a dynamic project for the MoLo in Milan

MoLo is the acronym for the new “Mobility and Logistic” hub designed by the architectural design firm MAD Architects with architect Andrea Nonni, Open Project, and Progeca, which is to be built along the western border of the Milan Innovation District (MIND), currently under construction in the area that hosted Expo 2015.

Book, Le Belle Poste Palazzi storici di Poste Italiane

05-08-2022

Book, Le Belle Poste Palazzi storici di Poste Italiane

As testimonies and centrepieces of city life, imposing and monumental protagonists of important squares in Italian city centres, the historic buildings of Poste Italiane are presented in the volume 'Le Belle Poste' recently reprinted by Franco Maria Ricci Editore to celebrate the 160th anniversary of the foundation of the public body.

Josep Ferrando Architecture and Gallego Arquitectura, transformation of a prison in Reus

19-07-2022

Josep Ferrando Architecture and Gallego Arquitectura, transformation of a prison in Reus

Josep Ferrando Architecture, in collaboration with Gallego Arquitectura, worked on the renovation of the former prison in Reus (Tarragona). The complex, built in 1929 and classified as a Cultural Asset of Local Interest, included in the Inventory of the Architectural Heritage of Catalonia, has been transformed into the El Roser Social Centre. It is one of the finalists in the Architecture category of the FAD 2022 Awards.

Haz Arquitectura, good building practices for the community

07-06-2022

Haz Arquitectura, good building practices for the community

A knowledgeable combination of positive impact for the local community and reduced environmental footprint: this is the new Trinitat Vella Centre for Community Life on the outskirts of Barcelona, designed by the Haz Arquitectura studio. Passive architecture is the key element of a public complex offering social, health and cultural functions.

David Chipperfield Architects completed Morland Mixité Capitale in Paris

31-05-2022

David Chipperfield Architects completed Morland Mixité Capitale in Paris

The former Préfecture de Paris, the building that housed the city administration for years, has undergone a major renovation completed by David Chipperfield Architects Berlin. Originally completed around 1960 by architect Albert Laprade, the large scale of the building made it appear closed off and inaccessible. The project conceived by David Chipperfield Architects Berlin, instead, revitalised and transformed the complex into the new "Morland Mixité Capitale" as part of the "Réinventer Paris" programme.

Rafiq Azam: Mayor Mohammad Hanif Jame Mosque, Dhaka

03-12-2021

Rafiq Azam: Mayor Mohammad Hanif Jame Mosque, Dhaka

His first mosque project, Mayor Mohammad Hanif Jame Mosque in Dhaka, offers Rafiq Azam an opportunity to create a place of worship that is also a centre for civic society. The contemporary idiom of Rafiq Azam’s work is grafted onto the building tradition of Bengal.

<strong>RE-THINKING URBAN PUBLIC SPACES</strong>

30-11-2021

RE-THINKING URBAN PUBLIC SPACES

Perhaps never before as in this period the city has been at the center of the unanimity of reflections and re-evaluations, partly caused by the need to find adaptive strategies facing climate change and migratory flows, and partly due to a pandemic that has shaken certainties, questioning life and work’s usual practices.

Nizio Design International: Mausoleum of Martyrdom in Michniów

05-11-2021

Nizio Design International: Mausoleum of Martyrdom in Michniów

Speaking about the Mausoleum of the Martyrdom of Polish Villages in Michniów, Mirosław Nizio says that seeing the photographs of the houses on fire left him with the visceral feeling that he had been transported back to the time of the Nazi massacre. This was the starting point for his design for a memorial.

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