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The Nice Méridia technopole is a priority development in the “Éco-Vallée”. It is expected to cover 200 hectares, with an initial 24 hectare operational sector.
Informal builder Ricardo de Oliviera struggles with the government's plan for the future of Rio's Rocinha favela.
Revisiting the Library Delft University of Technology, 1997-2013.
Designed by NBBJ, Rupp Arena is the biggest and perhaps most famous collegiate basketball arena in the USA.
The fifth video in MASS's Beyond the Building series explores their work in Haiti working with local metalworkers and builders, prioritizing efforts to leverage local techniques..
Discover how Kitoko Studio found a way to turn a tiny room (8 sqm) in Paris into a really functional and easy to live apartment
Populous was commissioned by the Victorian Government, with joint venture architects NH Architecture, to design the latest phase within the precinct redevelopment

The Iceberg

The Iceberg is located at a prime location on the outmost harbour front in Aarhus’ new quarter Aarhus Ø (Aarhus East) and consists of 208 apartments.
The architect on why his medium is the "king or queen of the arts" and his World Trade Center project that was never to be
A film about place and memory, a farmhouse in Japan, and the lives of the people who called it home.
Genre-blurring vocalist Gaika teams up with director collective Factory Fifteen for a dreamlike world tour of the urban experience
The 12,500 square foot Dairy Art Centre opened in April 2013 with Jon Armleder’s solo show, “Quicksand” and closed with Yoshimoto Nara's "Greetings From a Place in My Heart".
The sixth video in MASS's beyond the building series explores how architecture and design can improve the lives of people everywhere
Black and white stripes wrapping around the building, bending its facade...
The 29-suite Fogo Island Inn is now home to a cultural movement that brings together contemporary artists, designers and architects with highly skilled rural artisans.
Paris in motion is a serie of stop-motion time-lapse (hyperlapse) videos about the city of Paris (France). Filmed frame by frame with manual camera movements..
Architecture ”begins with a site and a circumstance, a situation and a programme” according to Steven Holl
The 25-minute film offers a unique glimpse into the world of studio-based, design education through the eyes of a group of students

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