Tripitz Museum

TIRPITZ Museum in Jutland

Architects: BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group

Varde Museums, BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group, and Tinker Imagineers celebrate the opening of TIRPITZ – a sanctuary in the sand that acts as a gentle counterbalance to the dramatic war history of the site in Blåvand on the west coast of Denmark.

The Green House in Lejre

The Green House in Lejre

Architect: Sigurd Larsen

The Green House is one of a series of single family houses is designed for Frikøbing in Denmark. The development plan for the area has high demands on sustainability for construction materials, insulation, energy and air circulation.

IN 2 Residence

IN 2 Residence in Montréal

Design: Jean Verville architecte

The architect, Jean Verville, infiltrates his installations with intriguing photographic proposals in which the presence of an allegorical figure proposes a new modality of appreciation for architecture.

SUP House

SUP House in Modena

Architects: tissellistudioarchitetti

The site is located in the Padana plain. The architecture of the existing buildings created problems about how to engage with them. The volume appeared strongly and gloomily distinguished among them.

Aribau Apartment

Aribau Apartment in Barcelona

Design: YLAB Arquitectos

Located in the traditional Barcelona Ensanche area, this apartment shows some typical traditional aspects such as a long, narrow and partitioned layout from façade to façade with hydraulic tile flooring, and wall and ceiling moldings.

Auckland Castle in Durham

Auckland Castle in Durham

Architects: Purcell

Purcell is the lead consultant and conservation-accredited architects working with Niall McLaughlin Architects on the repair, re-presentation and enhancement of the Grade-I listed, 900 year old, Auckland Castle, Co. Durham.

Liuzhou Forest City

Liuzhou Forest City

Design: Stefano Boeri Architetti

The first Chinese Forest City by Stefano Boeri Architetti is turning into reality. A city where offices, houses, hotels, hospitals and schools are entirely covered by plants and trees.

Trinity College in Coimbra

Trinity College in Coimbra

Architects: Aires Mateus

The project was developed following this understanding of passing time, preserving the value of the “eternal” and proposing a new “ephemeral”. A structure made of steel, separate and flooded with light, suggests a new contemporaneity.