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junya ishigami + associates, Rasmus Hjortshøj · KAIT Workshop

The KAIT Workshop by Rasmus Hjortshøj, via Behance

Alexander Brodsky, Yuri Palmin · 15 Biennale di Venezia. The Shed

Alexander Brosky's new pavilion for the 15 Architecture Biennale of Venice.

Cheungvogl · Au Pont Rouge

Hong Kong based architecture studio Cheungvogl has created an open exhibition retail space around a robotic system within the restoration of the 110 year old.

Jimenez Lai, Another Primitive Hut, Seattle, 2016

Another Primitive Hut is an indoor treehouse by Jimenez Lai of Bureau Spectacular, a welcome chamber for friends and family to a domestic environment.

Jimenez Lai, Another Primitive Hut, Seattle, 2016

Another Primitive Hut is an indoor treehouse by Jimenez Lai of Bureau Spectacular, a welcome chamber for friends and family to a domestic environment.

Street Map of Part of Oranienstrasse, mixed design visualising how the participants connect, 2017

Street Map of Part of Oranienstrasse, mixed design visualising how the participants connect, 2017

Favara a Wonderland

Farm Cultural Park, Andrea Bartoli e Florinda Saieva_ Favara (AG), Italy

The project brings the town to life by playing on the effect of surprise and creating new sequences between streets and squares, public places and exhibition spaces. (Photo Nadia Castronovo)

The project brings the town to life by playing on the effect of surprise and creating new sequences between streets and squares, public places and exhibition spaces. (Photo Nadia Castronovo)

Lars Müller al Nomadic Bookstore, Milano, 2017

Lars Müller al Nomadic Bookstore, Milano, 2017

Cheungvogl · Au Pont Rouge

Hong Kong based architecture studio Cheungvogl has created an open exhibition retail space around a robotic system within the restoration of the 110 year old.

Alexander Brodsky · Reliefs

From October to November 2016 at Betts Project, London.

Alexander Brodsky · Reliefs

Unfired clay sculptures will be exhibited with new drawings by Russian architect Alexander Brodsky at Betts Projects in London. The works on display evoke his restrained style, showing the continuation of an interest in simple building materials and ac.

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