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Herzog & de Meuron unveils revised design for Museum of the 20th Century in Berlin

October 19, 2018 Tom Ravenscroft 0

Swiss architecture studio Herzog & de Meuron has released renders of its updated plans for the Museum of the 20th Century in Berlin. The studio led by Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron presented its revised designs for the art museum – set to be built alongside the Mies van der Rohe-designed Neue Nationalgalerie – to the public

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10 Australian interior designers create bespoke spaces inside National Gallery Victoria

October 19, 2018 Natasha Levy 0

Rollerskating rinks, national anthems and the humble table are just some of the points of reference for contestants in this year’s Rigg Design Prize exhibition, which celebrates the best of Australian interior design. The triennial prize – which has been hosted by Australia’s National Gallery Victoria (NGV) since 1994 – sees 10 of the country’s

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10 Australian interior designers create bespoke spaces inside National Gallery Victoria

October 19, 2018 Natasha Levy 0

Rollerskating rinks, national anthems and the humble table are just some of the points of reference for contestants in this year’s Rigg Design Prize exhibition, which celebrates the best of Australian interior design. The triennial prize – which has been hosted by Australia’s National Gallery Victoria (NGV) since 1994 – sees 10 of the country’s

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MVRDV covers Beijing shopping centre in shimmering ceramic tiles

October 19, 2018 India Block 0

The KWG M CUBE shopping centre in Beijing, designed by MVRDV, is covered in hand-glazed iridescent ceramic tiles that change colour in different lights. Danish architecture firm MVRDV devised the subtle yet eye-catching rainbow facade for the multi-faceted mall to be a happy middle ground between the developer KWG Group Holdings’s wish for a building

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10 Brazilian Apartments Under 65 Square Meters

October 19, 2018 Equipe ArchDaily Brasil 0

Due to the rising demand for housing, apartments around the world are becoming smaller and smaller. In addition, these plans for housing units do not always provide functional and comfortable living arrangements for its residents, challenging architects to think of ways to turn this situation into something desirable. Below, we’ve selected ten Brazilian projects that find creative solutions for small-scale housing. 

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AHMM Designs ‘Earthy and Autumnal’ Block for City of London Campus

October 19, 2018 Eric Baldwin 0

Allford Hall Monaghan Morris Architects have released plans for a mixed-use shopping and office block to replace 1-2 Broadgate on the City of London campus. The multi-colored block design will include 74,000 square meters of commercial space as part of the revitalization of the iconic 1980s office complex. Linked to Liverpool Street station, the new development would include retail and leisure as part of the new shopping center.

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álvaro siza and carlos castanheira design buildings for korea’s saya park

October 19, 2018 macnadusa 0

álvaro siza has worked with fellow portuguese architect carlos castanheira to design a complex of three buildings surrounded by woodland in south korea’s north gyeongsang province. the largest of the three structures developed as part of the ‘saya park’ project is a concrete art pavilion that comprises a variety of exhibition galleries. visitors enter the […]

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álvaro siza and carlos castanheira design buildings for korea’s saya park

October 19, 2018 macnadusa 0

álvaro siza has worked with fellow portuguese architect carlos castanheira to design a complex of three buildings surrounded by woodland in south korea’s north gyeongsang province. the largest of the three structures developed as part of the ‘saya park’ project is a concrete art pavilion that comprises a variety of exhibition galleries. visitors enter the […]

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