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New Practices New York Winner Presentation: MODU with estudio Herreros

18:00 - 1 April, 2016
New Practices New York Winner Presentation: MODU with estudio Herreros, Cloud Seeding Plaza Pavilion by MODU, Credit: Aviad Bar Ness
Cloud Seeding Plaza Pavilion by MODU, Credit: Aviad Bar Ness

Phu Hoang and Rachely Rotem, co-directors of MODU, will present their work investigating architecture’s relationship with weather. The work proposes a significant shift in traditional modes of environmental thinking: architecture, as a conceptual and cultural practice, should be informed by and adaptable to weather.

Competition Entry: Romanian Pavilion (Milan Expo 2015) / Collective East Architects

01:00 - 13 April, 2014
Competition Entry: Romanian Pavilion (Milan Expo 2015) / Collective East Architects, © Collective East Architects
© Collective East Architects

Placing sixth in the competition to design the Romanian Pavilion for the 2015 Milan Expo, Collective East Architects offered a “simple and powerful landmark” that focuses on the history of Romania’s agriculture. Serving as an “attractor and orientation mark,” the structure was conceived by repeating a traditional Romanian pattern that “transformed the pavilion into a sculptural object with a powerful national identify.” From a distance, the facade appears “introverted and impenetrable;” as viewers move closer, the building begins to expose its contents, revealing a level of detail one would expect in a “jewelry museum.”

Martin-Lancaster House / MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects

00:00 - 18 April, 2011
Martin-Lancaster House / MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects, © Greg Richardson
© Greg Richardson

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  • Architects

    MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects
  • Location

    Prospect, Canada
  • Area

    3000.0 ft2
  • Photographs