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February 04, 2014 /

Danish National Maritime Museum
BIG
Helsingør, Denmark

Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) is usually not in the business of hiding things away. In fact, they tend to do just the opposite. So, the fact that they chose to bury the Danish Maritime Museum in Helsingør in the north of Denmark – the firm’s first realized museum building – at the bottom of a dry dock, is nothing if not surprising.

Bookcase
February 03, 2014 /

Hadid - Complete Works 1979-2013
By Philip Jodidio

Iraqi-born Zaha Hadid ranks among today’s most controversial architects. Not only is she one of the few women who have managed to make their mark in the notoriously male-dominated field of architecture; she has also fought incessantly to legitimize the practice of parametric design in practice. In this updated Taschen monograph, the entire body of work of one of today’s most daring and steadily surprising architects is very comprehensively presented.

Articles
January 31, 2014 /

Touring the World of Architecture: Week 5

This week, Gehry to bring Bilbao effect to Berlin, no hope of rescuing the Folk, Herzog & de Meuron reveals pedestrian-friendly master plan and Google and LEGO join forces. Finally, a skilled animation spells some of the architecture greats.

The Camera
January 30, 2014 /

Andrew Prokos

New York based Andrew Prokos is a leading architectural and location photographer working in the USA today. He has established himself with the award winning photographic series ‘Gehry’s Children’ and ‘Niemeyer’s Brasilia’ featured here.

Villaverde Municipal Health Care Center by Estudio Entresitio in Madrid, Spain. Photo: Roland Halbe Features
January 27, 2014 /

Villaverde Municipal Health Care Center
Estudio Entresitio
Madrid, Spain

Villaverde’s Health Care Center by Madrid-based architectural office estudio.entresitio is the third building in a set of “triplet” healthcare centers built and repeated almost identically. Breaking with the standard single-building commission, the Healthcare Center has now been recreated three times with small variations. Villaverde’s Center is certainly one fine result.

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