June 12, 2017 /

Tegnestuen Vandkunsten
Gentofte, Denmark

Lethallen is a sustainable sports hall for street culture sports by Vandkunsten, located just outside of Copenhagen, Denmark. The CO2-neutral hall is built exclusively from sustainable materials, and by following certain economic principles, it provides a high variety of sports facilities to the area at a fifth of the price.

June 09, 2017 /

What's New On The Bookshelf? June 2017

Dear readers, summer is fast approaching so we’ve put together our list of recommendations for your holiday reading.

June 07, 2017 /

Gifu Media Cosmos
Toyo Ito & Associates
Gifu, Japan

Gifu Media Cosmos sits in the heart of Gifu, a mountainous province in central Japan. Designed by the renowned architect Toyo Ito & Associates, the building is an inventive and imaginative example of the potentials inherent in timber construction.

June 04, 2017 /

Córdoba ReUrbano
Cadaval and Solà-Morales
Mexico City, Mexico

Cadaval and Solà-Morales’ Córdoba ReUrbano exemplifies the objectives of Mexico’s Urban Recycling start-up initiative by re-imagining and re-programming a significant heritage building in the historic Colonia Roma district in central Mexico City to include medium-density housing and ground-floor commercial areas, generating streetscape vitality and redefining the urban grid.

June 02, 2017 /

What’s On - Architectural Exhibitions and Events, June 2017

Dear arcspace readers! This month, we’re bringing you the top exhibitions and events. In London, the year’s Serpentine Pavilion, designed by renowned african architect, Francis Kéré, opens in Kensington Garden, and a new Architecture Festival investigates the intersection between film and architecture. In New York, MoMA is celebrating the 150th anniversary of Frank Lloyd Wright with a major retrospective, while its sister gallery, PS1, unveils its annual Young Architects Program installation. There’s more in store so follow the link!

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