September 04, 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.
September 01, 2014 /
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.
August 26, 2014 /
The architectural manifesto has become a somewhat unfashionable genre. Unfortunately so, as all architects should let themselves be reminded from time to time of just how much debate a few adequately polemical lines in a book can spark.
August 18, 2014 /
In Hong Kong, Chinese for 'fragrant harbor', visitors are immediately taken: The city’s location on the water, the high mountains and the narrow urban strip in between, causing its forced drive into the sky, have led to the development of the most breathtaking skyline in the world.
August 11, 2014 /
The library is fighting for its survival. The digital revolution has struck a hard blow to the library's historic status of being the only place of accumulated knowledge. Luckily, a number of contemporary projects seem determined in wanting to ensure the continued relevance of the library as an institution and societal focal point.