HOT TO COLD: an odyssey of architectural adaptation is the follow up release to the 2009 magnus opus, YES IS MORE, an archicomic on architectural revolution and offers a chance to critique and reflect on the work and progression of Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) in the 6 years since the release of their last monograph. Will this book have the same lasting impact that its predecessor achieved?
Still planning a late-summer getaway? Need some inspiration on where to go and what to see? Well look no further - The Danish Architecture Centre has just released its latest architecture guide to Copenhagen featuring all the latest and greatest buildings the well-known design city has to offer. To celebrate the release, arcspace.com has compiled a list of the 7 best new guides to architecturally famous cities. Check them out below and enjoy your upcoming adventures!
When most people think of a factory they probably imagine a mere shell to contain industrial functions and processes - devoid of any interesting architectural elements. But this is not always the case. Often factory buildings offer a chance for architects to experiment with materiality, form and structural techniques. This week arcspace is paying homage to the utilitarian by exploring the world of industrial architecture and presenting 7 defining examples that push boundaries.
Are you on the hunt for fresh vegetables, fruits or fish to cook the perfect summer dishes? We have gathered a top 7 list of the world’s best food courts to do your grocery shopping whilst in beautiful surroundings.
Society changes but buildings remain firmly in their place. And so, it follows that the purpose for which a building was initially built will eventually have to be revised. Thus, most buildings will at some point enevitably face a conversion of either its original program or structure, or both. We have collected a handful of the most remarkable building transformations.