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Mark Magazine #37

Mark Magazine #37

We recently received the latest issue of Mark Magazine, one of our favorites. If you’re bored of cubic architecture, Mark (April-May) includes amazing work by Jurgen Mayer H and Jesko Johnson-Zahn built in Georgia (the country, not the state). This issue also includes work previously featured on AD: `circulation spectacle´ of the Adolfo Ibañez University by José Cruz Ovalle, Djuric Tardio ArchitectesEco-Sustainable House, Vaíllo+Irigaray Biomediacal Research Centre and many more.

More information and  full index after the break.

We’re off to Georgia, where we uncover the new architectural program – plus a governmental mission – that has birthed the country’s biggest construction boom in centuries. In Norway and Tokyo, natural resources are given two very different architectural functions, while a Stuttgart library channels the Renaissance and a Chilean campus brings students and teachers together. In China, plagiarism is part of the modernization of architecture. Finally, author T.C. Boyle talks about what makes architects such good fiction, while Jan Knippers discusses the importance of abandoning model thinking.

012 Notice  Board 024 Graber Pulver / Friburg 026 Paul Morgan / Victoria 028 Unsangdong / Kyeong-Gi 030 Heike Mutter and Ulrich Genth / Duisburg 032 Kengo Kuma / Toyama 034 Suppose Design Office / Tokushima 036 X Architecten / Kasten 038 World Map

040 Vaíllo+Irigaray / Pamplona 043 Tom Cruise 044 Searle X Waldron / Ballarat 046 Alphaville / Osaka 048 Karl Frey / Dietenhofen 050 SOM / Kuwait 052 Atelier SAD / Matuskosovo 054 TCCT / Groot-Bijgaarden 056 Djuric Tardio / Paris 058 Ector Hoogstad / Rotterdam 061 Rudolf Teunissen / Rotterdam

062 Perspective Georgia 064 Brand-New Georgia 068 Mikheil Saakashvili 070 J. Mayer H. 084 UNStudio 086 Henning Larsen 088 Studio Fuksas 090 CMD Ingenieros

092 Long Section 094 Selgascano / Cartagena 108 Eun Young Yi / Stuttgart 118 Helen & Hard / Stavanger 128 T.Coraghessan Boyle 132 Ryue Nishikawa / Tokyo

142 José Cruz Ovalle / Viña del Mar 154 Knippers Helbig / Stuttgart 164 Cage Clemenceau / New York 174 Seeing Double 182 Copy Machine 188 Nigel Coates / London

192 Tools 208 Exit

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Cite: Diego Hernandez. "Mark Magazine #37" 29 May 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884
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