Mark Magazine #25

Mark Magazine #25

If you are an usual reader of ArchDaily, you know that I have always said that Mark Magazine is by far one of my favorites. Fresh works and interview with the young practices innovating in design and construction are presented in a dense, visual format.

The latest issue (March-April) brings the usual dose of projects organized on the Notice Board (unbuilt projects, competitions), Short Section (short reports on new buildings), Viewpoint (interviews and projects by selected offices), Long Section (in depth articles of certain projects) and Service Area (technical).

In this issue Viewpoint presents two practices you might already know by their works presented at AD: Chinese based DnA (works at AD) and Chilean based dRN (works at AD).

Full index after the break:


Notice Board Max WasserKampf / Vienna Jspy / New York Onoffice / Bergen Waterstudio / Westland Venhoevencs / Mechelen Ryuichi Ashizawa / Tokyo Rafaa / Rio de Janeiro Apa Kurylowicz / Warsaw Avenier Cornejo / Paris BVN / Brisbane Maciej Jakub Zawadzki / Miami OMA / Hong Kong

Cross Section Arno Brandlhuber / Berlin Peter Rich / Mapungubwe National Park Izquierdo Lehmann Arquitectos / Santiago Suppose / Obama Block / Sainte-Féreole Exit Architetti Associati / Padova Akira Yoneda / Tokyo Doug Aitken / Brumadinho Herzog & de Meuron / Weil-Am-Rhein Tétrarc / Nantes X-Tu Architects / Paris B720 / Lleida

Viewpoint DNA / Beijing DRN / Santiago

Long Section Michael Licht / Los Angeles Oki Alexander / Shanghai Robert E. Bacon / Los Angeles Weichlbauer Ortis Architekten / Laufnitzdorf Cloud 9 / Barcelona Thomas Demand / Berlin Mass Studies / Seoul Jun Igarashi / Asahikawa Letter from Poundbury

Service Area

Massimiliano Fuksas / Rome, Paris, Shenzhen Ruairi Glynn / London Information Based Architecture / Guangzhou Exit

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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "Mark Magazine #25" 24 Apr 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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