Hidden away as structure or proudly put out for the world to admire, steel is an established favourite for architecture lovers.
PÁTZCUARO – Tired of the same old drab courtrooms you see in Suits or old re-runs of Law & Order? Fear not, TALLER Mauricio Rocha + Gabriela Carrillo designed a judicial …
LONDON – The striking front of the building punctures into the public scene with open-ended beams.
SHIGA – In his hometown and apparently his architectural playground, Kouichi Kimura designed a residence for a photographer.
BANGKOK – On one of the main business streets of Bangkok, comes a mixed-use art complex playing hide and seek with the trees.
BANGKOK – The client, a Thai artist, preferred privacy in the lively neighbourhood and the architects delivered just that.
LUND – Elding Oscarson's museum extension employs Corten steel to create a distinctive contrast.
FLEINVAER – Tucked away quietly in the northern-most parts of Norway, an intriguing composition of buildings sits gently atop the awe-inspiring nature of Fleinvaer island.
STAARUP – From the side, the administration building looks as if it has sunk into the ground overnight and might continue to collapse into the soil if you bump into it.
HEREDIA – Casa Murray Music is not a simple house in which its occupants simply exist. Instead, it is a place of exploration and discovery.
SAINTES – With the French government demanding that at least 20 per cent of every city is offered as social housing, many new developments are being built.
TOKYO – A shop for specialist tea brand Ajiroen adds the final piece to a five-part puzzle in a city 50-km west of Tokyo.
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