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This post was originally published in The Architectural Review as "Size Doesn't Matter: Big Ideas for Small Buildings." Taschen’s latest volume draws together the architectural underdogs that, despite their minute, whimsical forms, are setting bold new trends for design. When economies falter and construction halts, what happens to architecture? Rather than indulgent, personal projects, the need for small and perfectly formed spaces is becoming an economic necessity, pushing designers to go further with less. In their new volume Small: Architecture Now!, Taschen have drawn together the teahouses, cabins, saunas and dollhouses that set the trends for the small, sensitive and sustainable, with designers ranging from Pritzker Laureate Shigeru Ban to emerging young practices. BEETLE’S HOUSE AT THE V&A MUSEUM, LONDON BY TERUNOBU FUJIMORI View more View full description
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