Australian architect Luigi Rosselli demonstrates his typological repertoire in the Books House in Sydney. Dug into the escarpment over the harbour in the capital of New South Wales, the building figuratively revolves around the idea of the book and the library.
Architecture’s impact on its context, whether natural or urban, goes farther than the footprint of the building itself; a skyscraper, for example, becomes a landmark visible from a great distance away. The CTBUH presents annual awards for tall buildings that have a positive impact on their surroundings. We take a look at the candidates for the 2018 awards.
UNFINISHED, the Spanish Pavilion exhibition curated by Iñaqui Carnicero and Carlo Quintáns that won the Golden Lion award at the 15th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia is now on show in Australia as part of the “40 Days of Spanish Architecture in Australia” initiative.
Architect Luigi Rosselli has converted a building in Sydney constructed in the 1920s into a duplex on a human scale with big patios for admiring the view of the city, with its skyscrapers by Renzo Piano, Sir Norman Foster and Ingenhoven Architects.
Architect Luigi Rosselli has converted a building constructed in the 1950s and early 1960s into a contemporary home with interior design by Romaine Alwill in neutral hues and Mediterranean blue, the client’s favourite colour.
On September 23 in Athens (Greece) architects Chris Bosse, Alexander Rieck and Tobias Wallisser of LAVA were presented with the 2016 European Prize for Architecture, an award assigned by the European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies and The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design.
Floornature is an international design and architecture portal with a focus on contemporary architecture, exclusive interviews with great masters of international architecture and the most interesting new developments in the world of architecture.