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ZigZag Offices / MVRDV + morePlatz

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  • Architects: MVRDV, morePlatz
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  4600
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2021

Speehuis House / Spee Architecten

Speehuis House / Spee Architecten - Exterior Photography, Houses, Facade, DoorSpeehuis House / Spee Architecten - Exterior Photography, Houses, Garden, ForestSpeehuis House / Spee Architecten - Exterior Photography, Houses, Garden, Facade, ForestSpeehuis House / Spee Architecten - Interior Photography, Houses, DoorSpeehuis House / Spee Architecten - More Images+ 33

Oisterwijk, The Netherlands
  • Architects: Spee Architecten
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  352
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2021
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  Focus
  • Professionals : Raadschelders Bouwadvies

Gaîté Montparnasse / MVRDV

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Lyon Part-Dieu Urban Shopping Center / MVRDV

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  • Architects: MVRDV
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2022

Ascension Paysagère / MVRDV

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Rennes, France
  • Architects: MVRDV
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  10550
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2022
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  AGROB BUCHTAL

Radio Hotel and Tower / MVRDV

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New York, United States

Valley Towers / MVRDV

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Church to Apartments Transformation / HOYT Architecten

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Sluishuis Residential Building / BIG + Barcode Architects

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Amare Home of the Performance Arts / NOAHH

Amare Home of the Performance Arts / NOAHH - Exterior Photography,  Performing Arts Center , Facade
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  • Architects: NOAHH
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  50000
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2021
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  Metadecor, Boon Edam, Emco, Finesse, Gielissen, +9

The Comeback of Curved Design: Materials That Can Bend and Curl

The Comeback of Curved Design: Materials That Can Bend and Curl - Featured Image
Hongkun Art Gallery / penda. Image © Xia Zhi

Take a second to imagine a building or a room. Chances are you are envisioning flat rectangular surfaces and straight lines. Whether it be walls, beams or windows, most architectural elements come in standard and extremely practical orthogonal shapes. However, the pandemic has shed light on designs that are not only functional, but also that improve our mood and well-being. In that sense, the power of curved, free-flowing surfaces is unmatched, which explains why they have been making a comeback as a modern design trend. Adopting beautiful nature-inspired shapes, organic curls and bends energize rooms and make users feel good. In fact, neuroscientists have shown that this affection is hard-wired into the brain; in a 2013 study, they found that participants were most likely to consider a space beautiful if it was curvilinear instead of rectilinear. In short, humans love curves.

The Rise of Co-Living: Designing for Communal Life

Communal living is nothing new. Throughout history, housing has long been tied to both shared needs and a concentration of resources. Today, between population growth and an increase in urban density and real estate prices, architects and urban planners have been pursuing alternatives for shared living. These new models explore a range of spatial and formal configurations with a shared vision for the future.

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The Potential of Bamboo and Mass Timber for the Construction Industry: An Interview with Pablo van der Lugt

The Potential of Bamboo and Mass Timber for the Construction Industry: An Interview with Pablo van der Lugt  - Featured Image
© Woodify

Pablo van der Lugt is an architect, author and speaker. His research focuses on the potential of materials such as bamboo and mass timber for the construction sector, and their positive impacts on the world. “Throughout my professional career both in university (including my PhD research on the carbon footprint of engineered bamboo and wood) and industry the past 15 years I have found there are many misconceptions about these materials which hamper their large scale adoption. For this reason I ‘translated’ my research findings into two contemporary books for designers and architects about the potential of bamboo: Booming Bamboo, and engineered timber: Tomorrow’s Timber. They aim to dispel these myths and show the incredible potential of the latest generation of biobased building materials in the required transition to a carbon neutral, healthy and circular built environment.” We recently had the opportunity to talk with him about these topics. Read more below.

Architecture & UNESCO: Rethinking Preservation and Cultural Heritage

Architecture has always centered on permanence and ephemerality. Defined by material conditions, how we build is closely tied to what we preserve and how we conceptualize the future. Furthering international cooperation in education, the arts, the sciences, and culture, UNESCO is an organization that continues to examine the relationship between history and growth, preservation and change. As architecture, landscapes and cities become threatened by the climate crisis and unrest, cultural context becomes paramount.

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Lycka Amsterdam Apartments / Team Paul de Vroom + Sputnik

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Ilot Queyries Apartment Building / MVRDV

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  • Architects: MVRDV
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  23000
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2021
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  AGROB BUCHTAL

MVRDV Develops a Catalogue for Repurposing Rooftops

Highlighting an untapped spatial resource, MVRDV has recently produced a catalogue of 130 innovative ideas to make use of Rotterdam's empty flat roofs, showcasing a potential new phase in the city's development. Commissioned by the City of Rotterdam and developed together with Rotterdam Rooftop Days, the Rooftop Catalogueillustrates how reprogramming rooftops can help with issues such as land scarcity and climate change while also addressing the practical side of repurposing these spaces in terms of construction options and suitable sites.

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