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Barragan House and Studio

Mexico City, DF, Mexico
by Luis Barragán

Built in 1948, the House and Studio of architect Luis Barragán in the suburbs of Mexico City represents an outstanding example of the architect’s creative work in the post-Second World War period. The concrete building, totalling 1,161 m2, consists of a ground floor and two upper storeys, as well..

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Cuadra San Cristóbal

Mexico City, Mexico
by Luis Barragán

Boasting the modernist architectural touch of famous Pritzker Prize winner, Luis Barragán, Cuadra San Cristobal is a triumph of geometry, and displays the power of earthen tones, and the genius of simplicity. [h]Main residence[/h]
Designed by Pritzker Prize winner, Luis Barragán, Cuadra San..

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Cultural Development Node No. 1 'El Morro' is the first of architectural interventions to expand the reach and capacity of the quite recent, but already highly successful Cultural Development Center of Moravia (CDCM), located in one of the poorest neighbourhoods of Medellín, Colombia – area with..

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Fruit and Energy Farms

Kniwsta, Sweden
by Marjetica Potrč, ...

With its Fruit and an Energy Farms, the Thunmanskolan's schoolyard in Knivsta (Sweden) displays the processes of harvesting energy from the sun and the wind, through man-made technology and photosynthesis. What is more, the two farms point to a new balance between the urban and the rural - to the..

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Ruincarnations

Ljubljana-Belgrade-Zagreb-Kiev-Rome-Wroclaw
by Miloš Kosec

The post-industrial age rediscovered the fascination with ruins: from shabby chic to ruin-porn, the imprint of decay on repetitive standardized production serves as a trigger of commodification. The project of Ruincarnations counters existing ruin-porn imagery and fetishizations of decay with..

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The Future Architecture platform has been designed and is coordinated by the Museum of Architecture and Design in Ljubljana. It is the first pan-European platform of 18 architecture museums, festivals and producers from 15 countries, bringing ideas on the future of cities and architecture closer..

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The Funambulist Magazine is a printed and digital publication published once every two months. Started in September 2015, it operates in parallel of the blog The Funambulist (started in 2010) and its podcast, Archipelago (started in 2013) that has published more than 110 conversations with..

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A residential care home for 105 elderly residents has been constructed on a park-like plot in the immediate vicinity of the Andritzbach brook in Graz. The passive house has no basement due to the challenging ground conditions and because of its location within the Andritz flood zone. It is a..

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