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Villa Faun / Various Architects

© Ibrahim Elhayawan © Roger Sandvær © Roger Sandvær © Ibrahim Elhayawan + 31

Oslo, Norway
  • Architects: Various Architects
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 1000.0
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2016

Bicycle Hotel Lillestrøm / Various Architects

© Dawid Nowak © Ibrahim Elhayawan © Noemi Fuentes © Ibrahim Elhayawan + 24

Lillestrøm, Norway
  • Architects: Various Architects
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 500.0
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2016

AD Classics: Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes

The end of the First World War did not mark the end of struggle in Europe. France, as the primary location of the conflict’s Western Front, suffered heavy losses in both manpower and industrial productivity; the resulting economic instability would plague the country well into the 1920s.[1] It was in the midst of these uncertain times that the French would signal their intention to look not to their recent troubled past, but to a brighter and more optimistic future. This signal came in the form of the Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes (International Exposition of Decorative Arts and Modern Industries) of 1925 – a landmark exhibition which both gave rise to a new international style and, ultimately, provided its name: Art Deco.

Courtesy of Wikimedia user François GOGLINS (Public Domain) Courtesy of Wikimedia user François GOGLINS (Public Domain) Horta’s Belgian Pavilion was a radical departure from his typically curvilinear Art Nouveau style. ImageCourtesy of Wikimedia user François GOGLINS (Public Domain) Courtesy of Wikimedia user François GOGLINS (Public Domain) + 14

Mesterfjellet 1-10 School And Family Centre / CEBRA + Various Architects + SPINN Arkitekter

© Mikkel Frost © Mikkel Frost © Jiri Havran © Mikkel Frost + 25

Larvik, Norway

Piraeus Museum for Underwater Antiquities Competition Entry / Various Architects

The collaborative team of architects Khvil Anastasia, Ivanova Elena, Fadeeva Alina, Rudikov Aleksei, and Spiridon Mellos chose simplicity as their main strategy in the Piraeus Museum for Underwater Antiquities Competition. Without creating enormous change, their design aims to use only what is already there, emphasizing simplicity and industrial nature of the building and beauty of the place to create a complex travel route. More images and architects' description after the break.