i29 interior architects transform National Museum of Ceramics Princessehof in Leeuwarden, NL. Leeuwarden is the European Capital of Culture 2018, and museum Princessehof celebrates its 100th birthday, the motive for a major renovation of the building.
‘I am searching for a design language to embody the eastern concept of ‘Yi,’ in the futuristic way. This is an exploration of what CAA can do to bring eastern culture and futurism together.’ – Liu Haowei, architect
Designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma the £80m V&A Museum of Design is due to open to the public in 2018. Located alongside RSS Discovery on the waterfront it will host major exhibitions and celebrate design heritage. The building emulates Scottish cliffs.
Designed by Adjaye Associates SPYSCAPE is a new global destination for espionage that marries educational programming with state-of-the-art interactive technology to create a unique experience for every user.
The Japanese Sword Museum, designed by Maki and Associates, exhibiting some of the best swords in Japan over the last fifty years, has recently moved to a new site due to the physical deterioration of its previous home.
Bornstein Lyckefors arkitekter designed Kokillen. Kokillen is a black iron imprint formed by the site and program molded in a volume that relates to the situation and public space surrounding it.
Studio Libeskind designed the National Holocaust Monument honoring the millions of innocent men, women and children who were murdered under the Nazi regime and recognize those survivors who were able to eventually make Canada their home.
MAAT by AL_A, architects wins Surface Design Awards 208, previously shortlisted for 2017 European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award. First phase designed by architecture practice led by Stirling Prize-winning architect Amanda Levete.
The Bauhaus Promenade Museum in Dessau was designed by Matteo Cainer Architects. To capture the spirit of the Bauhaus is to recognise the scale and vision of one of the most important movements in 20th century contemporary design.
Updated photos by Simon Garcia. The Caixa Forum was designed by the world-famous Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron from 2001 to 2007. The building combined an old abandoned electrical station with new construction of floors which are encased with oxidized cast-iron
Remembering Architect Zaha Hadid – a key recent building: embedded within the summit of Mount Kronplatz, 2,275m above sea level at the centre South Tyrol’s most popular ski resort, this daring building is surrounded by alpine peaks.
After two years of work, Lightemotion, for GSM Project, has added another noteworthy project to its list with the lighting design for Gatineau’s Canadian Museum of History.
Lake District National Park Authority Planning Committee members gave their approval for the Wordsworth Trust’s proposed £6.2m development project Reimagining Wordsworth designed by Purcell Architects.
Topping off for new $70 m free-standing 20,000-sqft museum building. It is due to accommodate far more people than the current exhibition space. It will be constructed of glass, granite, and concrete–materials inspired by the waterfront.