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Category: Public/ leisure

April 05, 2017 /

Court
Rozana Montiel
Veracruz, Mexico

Rozana Montiel uses an elemental architectural addition to transform a residual open space into a generous public amenity.

March 13, 2017 /

Naoshima Hall
Sambuichi Architects
Naoshima Island, Japan

The Naoshima Hall project, by Hiroshi Sambuichi, places a beautifully nuanced building in Honmura, an old castle town on the island’s eastern edge. It is at once a work of art, an astonishing piece of architecture, and a symbol of Sambuichi’s research into this island’s many ‘flows.’

December 11, 2016 /

Frederiksbjerg School
Henning Larsen Architects
Aarhus, Denmark

As the latest addition to a long row of educational buildings by Copenhagen office, Henning Larsen Architects, in a collaboration with GPP Arkitekter, the proposal for Frederiksbjerg School has succeeded in responding to the recent demands on the development of Danish learning facilities. In doing so, it strives to set the bar for future educational buildings domestically.

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