It's the height of the summer and we've got a shiny new issue of Mark to tickle your fancy on a warm, sunny afternoon.
In what we have nicknamed 'the housing issue', Mark #68 brings you a whopping 24 new homes from around the globe.
With a focus on apartment complexes, Mark #67 sheds light on high-rise residential towers in big cities, showing that living in communal dwellings doesn't have to be a monotonous experience.
ABU DHABI – The design for the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company tower in the United Arab Emirates capital is motivated by the attitude 'less is more'.
PEER – The Scholen van Morgen (Schools of Tomorrow) initiative, laid out by the Flemish government in 2006, continues to develop with the third largest of the 250 school projects.
OSIJEK – For the first time, the University of Osijek's Faculty of Civil Engineering has its own home, courtesy of architects Dinko Peračić and Roman Šilje.
RIBE – The recently refurbished Wadden Sea Centre on the western coast of Denmark has opened an extra wing to create approximately 1000-sqm of additional exhibition space.
BOLZANO – Milan-based firm Peter Pichler Architecture and local architect Pavol Mikolajcak have designed a restaurant and lounge for visitors to the Obereggen ski resort.
HELLERUP – An intervention of Experimentarium in Denmark has doubled the size of the science museum, changing the design from an introverted building to an engaging attraction.
THIONVILLE – With a fluid façade wrapping around the building like an unfurling ribbon, Media Library [Third-Place] has recently opened in the north east of France.
JIAXING – Ten years ago, the city was a mass of agricultural land. Now, it is surrounded by industrial buildings and residential compounds.
SLAVKOV U BRNA – Originally constructed in 2015, the eco-friendly LIKO-Noe office building is now seeing results.
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