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Architects
September 15, 2014 /

Herzog & de Meuron

Much in the same way as Rem Koolhaas has become synonomous with modern Dutch architecture, Herzog & de Meuron represents something uniquely, distinctly Swiss. The works of the Basel-based practice express conceptual precision, formal clarity and immaculate detailing and craftsmanship. What truly distinguishes them, however, is their commitment to challenging the Modernist ornament-aversion.

Articles
September 11, 2014 /

7 Unmistakable Architect's Sketches

With their unique ability to instantly communicate complex concepts, architectural drawings and sketches are unparalleled in their capacity to anticipate the esthetic appearance of a building after its completion.

Features
September 08, 2014 /

Vienna University of Economics Library and Learning Centre
Zaha Hadid Architects
Vienna, Austria

While most buildings remain in their place for decades, they can still express dynamic movement and fluidity. At least that is what the latest work one of the world's leading female architects, wants you to believe. With bundles of flowing curves around every corner, Hadid's new University of Economics Library and Learning Centre (LLC) in Vienna resembles a fancy stream-lined car rather than a traditional building. Situated at the center of a new university campus in Austria's capital, it is the biggest, tallest and most striking piece of architecture of the entire campus area.

Exhibitions
September 04, 2014 /

House in Motion
Danish Architecture Center
Copenhagen, Denmark
On view: September 11, 2014 - November 16, 2014

Throughout his career, Danish artist Jes Fomsgaard has worked with architectural motives - inspired by the principles of modern city planning and the architectural concepts of the Antiquity alike. Architect Anders Abrahamsen has been exploring the field between art and architecture in both theory and praxis for years. The exhibition House in Motion is a first time collaboration between the two.

Features
September 01, 2014 /

G-Star Raw HQ
OMA
Amsterdam, The Netherlands

In 1989, a small designer clothing company was founded in Amsterdam, which soon went on to become Europe's most iconic raw denim company. Originally named Gap Star, the firm is now known as G-Star Raw. Just like the denim that made the company famous, the notion of raw surfaces is also at the core of their new headquarters, designed by Rem Koolhaas and his Rotterdam-based Office for Metropolitan Architecture.

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