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An urban architecture project is the connection point between the urban scale and the architectural scale. The urban project has as its objective the improvement of urban quality, followed by the improvement of the life of those who live in the place. The designer works on the connecting spaces between the architecture and the public urban space in which city life takes place.

The timeless symbolism and abstraction are invoked in S. Joseph's Church
The timeless symbolism and abstraction are invoked in S. Joseph's Church

Simple yet highly recognizable design combined with an unpretentious palette of materials, aimed at reinforcing the building's symbolism, configure the S. Joseph's Church in Bagnolet, France

From two to three dimensions: Malevič's emblematic
From two to three dimensions: Malevič's emblematic "Black Square" becomes sculpture

In Moscow's Malevich Park, among the artist's favorite landscapes and the source of inspiration for his works, artist Gregory Orekhov pays tribute to the work "Black Square" with an equally emblematic sculpture

Global Flora Conservatory, a dynamic space brimming with diverse vegetation
Global Flora Conservatory, a dynamic space brimming with diverse vegetation

The design of an internationally renowned botanical greenhouse at Wellesley College in the United States is awarded best project by the Architizer A+Awards 2021 jury, reinventing the autonomous greenhouse typology by harnessing renewable resources and energy 

Comparing nature and urban design.  An installation integrates the forest and the city
Comparing nature and urban design. An installation integrates the forest and the city

The Forêt project was conceived as an intervention aimed at raising awareness of the real and radical gap between the nature and the city. Thanks to 30 laminated pine panels, mecanismo studio creates an urban forest that can be permeated and crossed

A playroom in Mexico for the physical, emotional and spiritual development of children while respecting their own individuality
A playroom in Mexico for the physical, emotional and spiritual development of children while respecting their own individuality

The playroom at the Las Huertas Country Club in Morelia, Mexico, is a project where architecture is based on the idea that each child's individuality has a different potential and development

Pavilion in the center of Annecy. A milk crate structure for a suspended upside-down garden
Pavilion in the center of Annecy. A milk crate structure for a suspended upside-down garden

The Living Pavilion designed by Behin Ha Studio and installed for the annual Annecy Paysage Festival, is suspended in an upside-down garden in Notre Dame Square in the historic center of Annecy, France, using a modular system of milk crates

Nowhere. A red thread in the white landscape, effects of perspective and infinity
Nowhere. A red thread in the white landscape, effects of perspective and infinity

Artist and sculptor Gregory Orekhov has just completed his most recent work entitled "Nowhere" located in Malevich Park in the Moscow region. A 250-meter long red polypropylene carpet runs through the landscape through a snowy forest

The principles of Finnish children's education guiding the architecture of the Tikkurila Day Care Center
The principles of Finnish children's education guiding the architecture of the Tikkurila Day Care Center

The new Tikkurila Day Care Center, located in the heart of Vantaa, Finland, has a lively and energetic appearance, yet is full of small-scale projects that interact with its young users, making it the nation's largest day care center at three floors

Multifunctional room with purple colored lights
Academy of Fine Arts in China. Spatial sequences made of materials and colours

The multifunctional hall of the Central Academy of Fine Arts is the focus of the renovation: previously used as a history museum, today it hosts countless activities, such as exhibitions, meetings and shows

The theatre as a metamorphic protagonist of the spectacle. Art as a social challenge in a land of mines
The theatre as protagonist of the spectacle. Art as a social challenge in a land of mines

In the French town of Freyming-Merlebach has made a visionary commitment to art as a way of looking after the future of its inhabitants. The Théodore Gouvy theatre is a new landmark designed by architects Dominique Coulon & associés as a catalyst for social, economic and urban renewal

The Church of Alcalá, the story of a tradition which has been hidden for too many years
The Church of Alcalá, the story of a tradition which has been hidden for too many years

The traditional church of Alcalá, under the protection of the Virgin of Candelaria, initially closed for safety reasons and finally demolished in 2011, is finally being rebuilt thanks to the deep desire of the townspeople to recover the memory of the hermitage that disappeared

"What if the materials we surround ourselves with were to ask us to be more conscientious about how we use them?"

How many possibilities and ways of using everyday objects are hidden behind them? Hyunje Joo answers this question with the design of 1300 Recycling Pavilion, a temporary pavilion made of recycled and reused materials

Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) Baha'i temple
Molten glass and marble for a Chile temple. Variations in light and shadow create a surreal rotating movement

The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada announced Hariri Pontarini Architects as the winner of the international RAIC 2019 award, an award won courtesy of the Baha'i temple project in Santiago, Chile. The temple was designed to be a meeting place and when it opened in 2016, it attracted 1.4 million visitors

The emblematic Tanatorium for greeting the dead caressed by a mystical light
The emblematic Tanatorium for greeting the dead caressed by a mystical light

Juan Carlos Salas' Tanatorium is a clear reference to the cave: "a steriotomic architecture formed by a perforated shell rises from the earth to protect humans when they greet their dead"

Trinity College University Facade
Stone as "eternal", wood as "ephemeral". Materials become a symbol of the passing of time

At Trinity College in Coimbra, Portugal, materials play a key role in the renovation. After the study of the existing heritage by Aires Mateus, old structures are reinforced and replaced by new ones

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Medical Centre in Ascoli. Glass openings for a futuristic experience, between suspended facades, LEDs and natural light

The new Multispecialist medical centre " Health and Wellness Forum" is built in Porto d'Ascoli, a modern architecture, where the theme of light becomes central to a new concept of hospitality, especially thanks to the use of modern technologies

Seashore Chapel as a century-old gift from the ocean lying on the beach
Seashore Chapel as a century-old gift from the ocean lying on the beach

The Seashore Chapel is imagined as an old boat adrift, an empty structure that the ocean has left behind and now lies on the Chinese beach in Beidaihe New District

Urdaa School. A colourful, sustainable space to accompany children as they grow up
Urdaa School. A colourful, sustainable space to accompany children as they grow up

Urdaa School's design is based on the following principles: students spend most of their day in a school building during their most crucial developmental years. During this crucial period of growth, the school must be a space for creative thinking, a source of inspiration and a starting point for the development of a sense of awareness and responsibility

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Bookshop like a Bamboo Forest in China. Interwoven shelves like a wall built with historical culture

X + Living carries out this project inspired by tradition and gives importance to the book as a cultural and historical heritage for a culture. The architecture seems to move like a forest where the "trees" are the books themselves that create hidden paths

Science Park, science and culture pillars for new life projects
Science Park, science and culture pillars for new life projects

Thanks to the Scientific Community of Dzán, a non-profit organization at the service of the most disadvantaged young people located in one of the oldest villages in Yucatan, Mexico, commissioned LAAR studios to build the Science Park, a pavilion that conveys a new reality 

Poured paper mache for the Agg Hab, the world's largest eco-dwelling prototype
Poured paper mache for the Agg Hab, the world's largest eco-dwelling prototype

The Agg Hab, or Aggregate Habitat, is a prototype eco-dome consisting of poured strips of paper-mâché in the shape of a dome covering holes carved into the ground

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University Complex in Isenberg. The structure opens with a copper domino effect

The BIG studio, BjarkeIngels Group designs the new expansion and partial renovation of the Isenberg School of Management. The Business Innovation Hub is a copper clad building that adds study areas and social space, almost doubling the school area.

Purity of volume, natural light and traditional materials blend in the design of the new OTA FINE ARTS gallery
Purity of volume, natural light and traditional materials blend in the design of the new OTA FINE ARTS gallery

The OTA FINE ARTS gallery is located in Shanghai, in the West Bund Culture & Art Pilot Zone; it is the third most important gallery in China after that of Tokyo and Singapore

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Eco-friendly museum in Yucatan. Flexible complex to promote the enjoyment of art

An unprecedented art gallery in the heart of one of the most exclusive places in South America, Azulik Uh May, a new art center located in Mexico. The latest project by Roth, Eduardo Neir, founder and designer of the Azulik resort and the adjacent art space Ik Lab.

University Campus India artificial lake
Campus in India. The geometries of Architecture fit into the natural landscape

The project, conceived by the Sangath Studio, was designed with a view to the potential growth of the campus and its relationship with natural beauty, the main protagonist. Thus the geometries of the building are articulated in the valley in a harmonic contrast

"Humanitas Campus: architecture for the so-called know-how society"

Architect Filippo Taidelli's project for the Humanitas Campus in Rozzano (MI) interprets the values of Humanitas in spaces that combine avant-garde, beauty and functionality

Ripple Installation: the Value of Play in Breaking Down Social Barriers
Ripple Installation: the Value of Play in Breaking Down Social Barriers

Ripple is a permanent public installation designed by The Urban Conga in Rochester, New York. A landmark designed for the community to break down social barriers and connect people through moments of outdoor play

Final Foam Home: the power of erosion to shape architectural space
Final Foam Home: the power of erosion to shape architectural space

Creative studio i/thee references patterns found in nature for a more primitive architectural experience and designs the Final Foam Home, an experimental home created by harnessing the power of erosion to generate architectural spaces

Folkets Hus (The People's House) Cultural Centre: a new hub of urban and community regeneration on the outskirts of Stockholm
Folkets Hus (The People's House) Cultural Centre: a new hub of urban and community regeneration on the outskirts of Stockholm

The objective for Folkets Hus (The People's House) was to create a popular, engaging and playful design to stimulate a positive atmosphere and a sense of beneficial change coming to the Fisksätra community

Architecture of Autonomy: Interactive and attractive installation for a visual identity
Architecture of Autonomy: Interactive and attractive installation for a visual identity

The installation Architecture of Autonomy by Berlin-based artist group realities:united, which is closely connected to the installation View Folly by architect Moon Hoon, defines the space, giving the architecture a visual identity recognizable from afar

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