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The exhibition by Lord Norman Foster and Charles Sandison of Foster + Partners, in collaboration with film director Carlos Carcas, welcomes the visitors to the Venice Biennale.
Mecenat Art Museum of Hiroshima is a privately funded venture, designed by NAF Architect & Design and sponsored by a student of Japanese painting to provide exhibition space for his highly respected teacher and artist, Mr. Kakudo Goami.
Japanese design firm Nendo is responsible for the design of this pristine tree house in a forest in Komoro City, a mountainous region in Japan. The project was undertaken for the Momofuku Ando Centre, an organization whose aim is to bring people closer to nature in order to promote a healthy interaction between humans and ecosystems.
The pretty green front door and decorative fence are in total contrast with what lies beyond in Shakin’ Stevens House, a renovated residence in Melbourne, Australia, by Matt Gibson Architecture and Design.
The most recent Fasano hotel to open in Porto Feliz, Brazil is the Boa Vista designed by Isay Weinfeld. As the first country retreat of the prestigious group, it is situated on farmland with lakes, forests and farms 100klm from Sao Paulo.
In Port Marianne, the new contemporary area in Montpellier, France, is the RBC Design Centre, designed by Jean Nouvel. The nine level 2.000 sqm. store is the fifth of its type to open in France since its start up by Franck Argentina of B & B Italia.
The renovation and adaptation of the Fortress of Franzensfeste in the South Tyrol into an exhibition center, has been undertaken by Markus Scherer and Walter Dietl. This 19th century structure is the largest of its type in Europe and
This cantilevered house, anchored to a rock near Granite Falls, Washington, was designed by the Seattle and San Francisco based firm of architects, Anderson and Anderson. The rock itself is paramount to the design of this prototype of prefabricated structure...
In answer to the problem of utilizing otherwise misused inner city spaces, AL/Arch have put forward their project, ‘the REAL estate” - the creation of an alternative public space in the densely populated city of Bat-Yam in Israel.
In Clifton, Cape Town, South Africa, the architects, Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects// SAOTA, had the advantage of a dream location for this project, a site situated between the verdant mountains of Cape Town and the Atlantic Ocean.