As you well know already we like MARK Magazine, and this issue fails to disappoint. It has projects from many of the architects we have featured here on ArchDaily such as, StudioGreenBlue, Heri&Salli, Clavel Arquitectos, Kengo Kuma, Colboc Franzen, Studio Velocity, Takeshi Hosaka, Fuhrimann Hachler, Toyo Ito, Nieto Sobejano, L3P Architekten, and more. The notice board gives a shout out to the Keret House by Centrala, which was one of our most viewed projects this year.
032 Hidalgo Hartmann / Olot 034 Assemble / London 036 Jonathan Jacques-Belletete / Shanghai 038 TNA / Tokyo 040 Future Studio / Hiroshima 042 ITN / Melbourne 044 Theo Deutinger 046 Hironaka Ogawa / Chiyoda 049 Heri&Salli / Vienna 050 Hideaki Takayanagi / Tokyo 052 UID / Fukuyama 054 Clavel Arquitectos / Murcia 056 Jack Fisk 058 Kengo Kuma / Yusuhara Talk about being creative with straw bales. Just another excuse, among many, to visit Japan.
060 Colboc Franzen / Lille 062 Studio Velocity / Okazaki 064 Takeshi Hosaka / Tokyo 066 Fuhrimann Hachler / Zurich 068 Kazuyo Sejima / Tokyo The contrast between this design and its brick neighbor is great!
071 Toyo Ito / Omishima Island 074 Nieto Sobejano / Madrid 088 Onishimaki + Hyakudayuki / Tokyo 102 Henning Larsen Architects / Reykjavik 120 Estudio Barozzi Veiga / Aguilas 130 Relocated Houses / Shanghai 138 MAD / Mississauga I can imagine these twins looking over to their older neighbors and saying, “Really?”
146 Letter from Helsinki 154 Steven Holl Architects / Biarritz 168 Self-Help for Architects 174 Marcy Goodwin / Los Angeles 184 L3P Architekten / Oberweningen The caption to this project reads, “LP3′s two houses in Oberweningen aim a subtle wink at gabled roofs in the vicinity.” I think the gabled roofs did a double blink back.