LONDON – The striking front of the building punctures into the public scene with open-ended beams.
PUERTECILLO – Architects Johan Selbing and Alondra Paz Vargas spent five months on site in Chile, stripping eucalyptus branches, mixing mud and stacking straw bales.
SEOUL – Built from 200 shipping containers over a 5300-sq-m area, Common Ground is the world’s largest retail platform made of container modules.
ORLANDO – Marc Fornes talks to Mark about how the design for Under Magnitude evolved from his past research and why strength relies on geometry, not in materials.
Architectural photographer Duccio Malagamba comments on recent developments in his profession.
AMSTERDAM – Droog combines data crowdsourcing with User Centred Design methodologies to create a virtual city of maximum diversity and identity to use as a tool for real world design.
In 2013, UNStudio organised itself as an 'open-source architecture studio'. Sharing the outcome of the move in this interview, Ben van Berkel also discusses his new book Knowledge Matters.
LONDON – Since Matt Gibberd and Albert Hill founded The Modern House in 2005, the duo has sold some of the UK's most exceptional properties.
AMSTERDAM – Local architect Jarrik Ouburg explains: 'Similar to the way painter Johannes Vermeer used interior elements to define a space, we used elements to transform the chapel.'
LEEUWARDEN – The integrated music venue and school building takes on a more rough and ready approach than the firm’s usual refined aesthetic.
Ignacio Montaldo, founder of Buenos Aires-based architectural practice Moarqs, speaks to us about how the firm seeks to challenge its own perception of design.
CALAIS – Mark magazine reader and Calais resident Barry Fantoni offers his observations of the project as a counterpoint to our own coverage of the art school.
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