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February 11, 2014 /

Zaha Hadid + Suprematism
By Charlotte Douglas, et al.

The book “Zaha Hadid + Suprematism” unveils Zaha Hadid as an artist. It thereby portrays another side of the London-based architect Hadid, whose constant experimentation in architecture has led to her becoming over the past decade one of the globe’s most popular and prolific building designers.

Exhibitions
February 11, 2014 /

Will it Sustain?
Danish Architecture Centre
Copenhagen, Denmark
On view: February 07, 2014 - May 25, 2014

Three for the price of 1 is an offer that few are able to resist and there is little hesitation when one arrives at Copenhagen’s waterside architecture center to discover three wonderful international exhibitions, all under one roof! Grouped under the provocative title ‘Will it Sustain?’ the three exhibitions; Behind the Green Door, The Banality of Good, and Shifts: The Economic Crisis and Its Consequences for Architecture, all represent the world in which we live in, in varied and captivating ways. Arcspace jumped on the curator’s opening tour to get a first-hand insight into all things sustainable.

MuCEM (Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilizations) by Rudy Ricciotti Architecte in Marseille, France. Photo @ Lisa Ricciotti Features
February 10, 2014 /

MuCEM (Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilizations)
Rudy Ricciotti Architecte
Marseille, France

This parallelepiped rectangle, covered by a lace mantilla, represents a strong architectural sign in the city forming a bridge between the Mediterranean and Europe.

farm4/flickr Articles
February 07, 2014 /

Touring the World of Architecture: Week 6

Your weekly edition of Touring the World of Architecture is here with a variety of news features from Sochi's Fisht Olympic Stadium to MoMa's sustainable summer house, a spectacular Montreal based science building and of course, towers made of people! Have a great weekend from the arcspace team.

Bookcase
February 05, 2014 /

The Architect’s Brain: Neuroscience, Creativity, and Architecture
By Harry Francis Mallgrave

In The Architect’s Brain: Neuroscience, Creativity, and Architecture, Harry Francis Mallgrave stays true to form by offering a thought-provoking historical commentary, which allows us to look at architecture in a new light. There is, however, one departure: everything is slanted toward the spatial effect on humanity’s neurological and emotional state.

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