Articles on Mark 63

The form of the building follows the Motala Ström River with its shimmering zinc aluminium façades. Photo Laila Reppen
 

Arkitektur + Development exploits the raw beauty of abandoned factories

NORRKÖPING – Anyone used to the image culture in contemporary architecture can pinpoint this project as a former industrial area that is now undergoing gentrification.

Large windows and wooden hues balance the geometrical lines. Photo Nick Frank
 

Mind Architects Collective designs an office that feels friendly and dutiful

BISCHOFSHEIM – Most stereotypes tend to have a bad connotation, but not in this case.

The frieze announces the exhibition programme thanks to a special arrangement of LED lights within the bricks. Photo Julian Salinas/Kuntsmuseum Basel
 

Christ & Gantenbein constructs a contemporary ruin in Basel

BASEL – The Kunstmuseum Basel needed an extension when the historical main building across the street became too small for its collection of 300,000 objects.

The entry to the fortress stands staunch. Photo Cecile Septet
 

France's new Ministry of Defence by ANMA is an impenetrable fortress

PARIS – The issue of security was paramount, followed by the desire to have an innovative building that would be modern, energetic and technologically advanced.

 

Out Now: Mark #63 – Aug/Sep 2016

Something is happening. Although coming from different corners of the globe, our contributors and protagonists seem to share a vision.