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arcspace features are about today's most creative projects as well as the most influential of the past. We work closely with architects around the world to keep our readers informed and updated.

April 24, 2017 /

New Mechanics Hall - ME Building
Dominique Perrault
Lausanne, Switzerland

Science is the essence of the ME building. Using industrial components and data processing technologies, while preserving the circulation network and the structural grid established by the original master plan, the mechanics hall is a new milestone in the history of the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne campus.

April 19, 2017 /

The Urban Hospice
NORD Architects
Copenhagen, Denmark

The notion that architecture can have a positive and therapeutic effect on palliative patients is the central ambition of NORD Architect’s recently completed hospice in central Copenhagen. The design sensitively negotiates its dense urban context with a need for spaces of calm, tranquility and positivity, and the resulting Urban Hospice is an uplifting example of the value that thoughtful and considered architecture can bring to both the city and its inhabitants.

April 10, 2017 /

University Campus UTEC
Grafton Architects
Lima, Peru

Grafton Architects have described their design for a new campus for Peru’s Universidad de Ingeniería & Tecnologia (UTEC) variously as a ‘vertical campus,’ an ‘arena for learning,’ and a ‘man-made cliff.’

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