In the middle of one the largest national parks in Estonia, Soomaa (literally meaning ‘swamp land’ in Estonian) a new attraction awaits visitors – a floating wilderness sauna built by students during an international summer school.
New British Design’s latest installation is the occupation of four unique wilderness cabins – or ‘Kudhva’ – in a disused slate quarry on Britain’s North Cornwall coast.
Festival des Architectures Vives 2018 call for submissions – the KAAU consortium is composed of three universities, IAAC Barcelona, Spain, UNIGE Genes, Italy and ENSA Montpellier, France.
The Paper Pavilion is an experimental, recyclable furniture showroom concept involving the use of recyclable materials and novel technologies designed by student designer Larry Teo.
Surrounded by the gardens of Serralves in Porto, FAHR’s structure is an architectural object that explores the ambiguity between the presented work and its context.
For the theme of Sustainability, YATA architects – Kazumasa Takada, Yuriko Yagi and Yohei Tomioka set up the design goal to create a pavilion that has an appropriate durability for an event which to be held for a short time like CHART.
Caruso St John Architects and artist Marcus Taylor will represent the UK at the 16th International Architecture Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia, the British Council announced.
extended opening until 19 November. Review by architect Eleonora Nicoletti, “The first impression I had…can be summarised by a single adjective: joyous.” Also featured is architect Adrian Welch’s interview with AECOM about their role in this internationally renowned cultural project on the lawns of Kensington Gardens.
Orms has received planning permission to enliven 3 Broadgate, transforming an important public link between two bustling public spaces; Broadgate Circle and Finsbury Avenue Square.
Stanton Williams have been awarded planning permission for a new multi-purpose 900 sqm pavilion in Milton Keynes’ Campbell Park. The building will provide a space for theatre, music and dance.
Remodelled former parking area on the site of VW Autostadt in Wolfsburg, Germany, by GRAFT architects: a quiet area where the buyer of a new car can get familiar with all the functions in an almost private atmosphere. The building had to give protection from rain and direct sunlight.
Curving lines and exciting bends in this Pavilion building design by Henn Architekten. The dynamic sculptural form is derived from the Porsche brand image. The structure captures the dynamic flow of driving with a seamless building matte-finished stainless steel cladding.
Together with scenographers and exhibition designers Tamschick Media+Space, Atelier Oï and landscape architects Antón & Ghiggi, HHF developed a spatial and visual-acoustic experience in the form of an open interactive landscape for the 2020 Expo in Dubai
SUMMARY studio modular building system to build housing and multi–services spaces, in a common roadside area in Vale de Cambra, Portugal. The architects designed prefabricated elements to allow fast, cost-effective construction.