Mies Missing Materiality
Architects Anna and Eugeni Bach have covered the surfaces of Mies van der Rohe's 1929 Barcelona Pavilion in white vinyl,…
Heinle, Wischer und Partner
Over one million people have visited Zaryadye Park, the first public park built in Moscow in fifty years, since it opened a couple months ago. Photographer Iwan Baan has documented the various features of the park designed by Diller Scofidio +...
Atelier Général proposes an aerial refuge, a residence merged with the mountain and immersed in a maple forest. Built on the slope of Mount Shefford, the residence bridges an aerial view on one side and an ascending, rugged...
Attendees at the tenth World Architecture Festival in Berlin last week voted on the winner of the Architectural Photography Awards 2017, organized by Arcaid Images and sponsored by Sto.
Tomecek Studio Architecture
Although Barefoot Lakes, located between Denver and Fort Collins, is graced by some fairly typical…
The primary concept of the urban design was to define an urban main axis which is not only a walking promenade linking the student houses with the ...
The main challenge presented by the project was the alignment of the functional requirements with the limitations imposed by the heritage preservat...
Conceptual design for the office building with underground parking. The building serves the flexible needs of potential tenants and fulfills the re...
A new multi-purpose building, which is a showcase for the entire museum complex has been developed on the premises of the Polish Aviation Museum in...
The main task of the competition was to develop a new complex of buildings for the Regional Governmnent Office of Malopolska in Krakow, Poland. The...
Kowale, Gdansk, 2012
The urban concept of the retail park in Kowale is based on the idea of creating a shopping compound that could provide a wide range of services alo...
In 2010 an international architectural competition for a new urban development on the lands along Kopernika Street in Krakow was announced in conne...
High flexibility and a tight budget were the challenges for the interior design of the museum. Developed as „serving furniture“ – the modest desig...