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Mark Magazine #38

Mark Magazine #38

Just arriving to ArchDaily’s headquarter, Mark Magazine #38. This issue’s main theme is “Amsterdam, Back on the Map “. In this edition you can find previously projects featured by AD such us: EYE-New Dutch Film Institute by Delugan Meissl Associated Architects, Playhouse by Anna & Eugeni Bach, Lamego Multi Purpose Pavillion by Barbosa & Guimarães, House G-S by Graux & Baeyens. Also in Mark Victor Enrich, an Architect and Visualizer who alter the reality in his work.

More information and full index after the break.

While Amsterdam’s famed canal houses are undeniably charming, the city’s 21st century architectural scene is flourishing. Alongside tulips, a multiplicity of awe-worthy projects are popping up including Delugan Meissl’s Eye Film Institute, Benthem Crouwel’s bath-tub like Stedelijk Museum extension and Crux y Oritz’s Rijksmuseum renovation. A special pull-out map will give you directions to see the city’s best architecture, old and new.

010 NOTICE BOARD 020 CROSS SECTION 020 Tato Architects / Kobe 022 Christ & Gantenbein / Liestal 024 Luis Urculo / Madrid 026 Vylder Vynck Tallieu / Ghent 029 Starbreeze 030 Soeters Van Eldonk / Zaandam 032 Ashley Bigham / Kelly Wiles 034 Schneider+Schumacher / Frankfurt am Main 036 Sebastian Irarrázabal / Santiago 038 Andrew Maynard / Melbourne

041 Anna & Eugeni Bach / Nummi-Pusula 042 World Map 044 Barbosa & Guimarães / Lamego 046 Pezo Von Ellrichshausen / Concepción 048 ARTEC Architekten / Vienna 050 Luminare De Cagne /Ghent 052 Andrew Simpson / Melbourne 054 Oomen Architecten / Zundert 056 LOOS.FM / Enschede 060 Kengo Kuma/ Toyama 062 Atelier Bow-Wow / Tokyo

064 PERSPECTIVE : AMSTERDAM 066 Amsterdam 070 River IJ 072 Delugan Meissl Associated Architects 084 Benthem Crouwel 094 Cruz y Ortiz 096 IJDock 098 Ring Safari

102 LONG SECTION 104 UNStudio / Stuttgart 116 Arata Isosaki / Shangai 126 Shiro Studio & Future Systems / Modena 134 Davidclovers / Hong Kong 144 Graux & Baeyens / Ghent 152 Victor Enrich / Munich 162 Amunt / Aachen-Stuttgart 170 E-Grow / Shanghai 176 Suppose Design Office / Tokyo 184 Ctrl G & Plan:b / Medellín 192 Geoff Manaugh / New York City

198 TOOLS 214 Exit

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Diego Hernandez
Cite: Diego Hernandez. "Mark Magazine #38" 30 Jun 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884
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