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British Museum

London, United Kingdom
by Sir John Taylor, ...

The core of today’s building, the four main wings of the British Museum, was designed in the nineteenth century. Other important architectural developments include the round Reading Room with its domed ceiling and the Norman Foster designed Great Court which opened in 2000.

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Code of Practice

Berlin, Germany
est. 2009, Berlin

Code of Practice was founded in 2009 by Stanley Fuls, Florian Boxberg and Tom Mival who had practiced as senior staff in the Berlin offices of Foster + Partners and Sauerbruch Hutton Architects.

Taking a specific approach to their work, they undertake detailed analysis of context and..

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Stanley Fuls

Berlin, Germany

Stanley Fuls is based in Berlin and co-founded the architectural studio Code of Practice in 2009. Fuls has an interest and extensive experience in heritage restoration and sustainable projects.

[h]Early Career[/h]
Fuls studied at the Technische Universität, Berlin (Technical University..

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The main railway station in Dresden is one the largest and most impressive late-nineteenth-century railway stations in Europe. The railway played a significant role in the city's industrial and economic growth, linking Dresden with Berlin and Prague. In 1945, however, when much of the old city..

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(UN)just Peace

Hague, Netherlands
by Lodovica Guarnieri

(UN)just Peace is a tour and series of audio guides exploring the historical and contemporary landmarks of the International Zone in The Hague. From the Peace Palace to the International Criminal Court, from Europol to the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia,The Hague’s..

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The aim of the project is an approach on how to work with heritage in the city. The general strategy is to recover the existing latent space of the city (Madrid), understanding those spaces as an infrastructure. Setting up a strategy that will reflect the origin and evolution of the city.


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This story is about the relationship between buildings and communities: what it has been, what it is, what it could have been, and what it could still be. It unravels over the last seventy years, and looks at the next thirty.

Anchored in three localities defined by modernist buildings created..

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Hendrik Brinkmann

Berlin, Germany
born 1989, Berlin

Hendrik Brinkmann studied at the MSA and the UdK Berlin. In parallel he worked as a tutor for Design and urban renewal by Jean-Philippe Vassal and for Interdisciplinary design art performing space by Marc Mer. During the course of his career Hendrik achieved several grants and awards, including..

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This project is a contribution to the contemporary debate on the programmatical and architectural future of the Bauakademie in Berlin. Working on reconstruction is accompanied by a set of questions that expands typical design problems: All future design decision negotiates its justification with..

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Silo No 5

Montreal, Canada
by John S. Metcalfe

Silo No. 5 creates a monumental alignment stretching nearly 400 m along the Pointe-du-Moulin in Montréal’s Old Port. It consists of three distinct parts linked together by aerial galleries. With its floating elevators which allowed the offloading of grain from the holds of lakers and the..

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Nested in the 14th-century Augustinian monastery’s gardens, the original building was swept away by a storm in the 1870s, leaving to this day only its foundations. Integrated in the structure and left visible, the preserved foundations are at the basis of the designs’ reinterpretation – echoing..

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Pavilion of Humanity

Brno, Czech Republic
by Chybik + Kristof

Three main ethnic groups have shaped the development of the city of Brno since the 13th century – Slavs/Czechs, Germans, and Jews. While frequently far from harmonious, their coexistence has been highly productive, leaving a number of traces, visible and not, forming the collective memory of our..

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