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Delood Library presents the Olivetti Showroom designed by Carlo Scarpa in the late 1950's. Adriano Olivetti commissioned Scarpa to design a display space for his Olivetti products.
On November 18, 2011, the Clyfford Still Museum will open in Denver, reintroducing the public to the life and work of one of America’s most significant yet least understood artists. Housing 94% of Clyfford Still’s total creative output, the museum will allow the public to ...
The site, on the edge of the town, has been sculpted by the city and the landscape, and the project, interprets this conditions, showing the essential features that bring us closer to understanding it.
The Transformation of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre has brought together a number of important architectural themes. At its heart, the new auditorium will revolutionise the way audiences experience live theatre.
Barcode House explores juxtapositions between the heavy and light and the old and the new. The work is formed by positioning the project’s diverse pressures into a unique situational aesthetic.
The house in Camps Bay is used as a holiday home by a single person, who often invites guest's to stay. So, Luis Mira Architects decided to design a space that could be used as a controlled studio with the feel of being open...
Montblanc House is a house for a family of four: the young couple running the shop, their 3 year-old girl, and their newborn. The site, surrounded by neighboring houses in 3 directions, is in a quiet residential area.
UNStudio's design for New Amsterdam Plein & Pavilion creates a 5,000 square-foot, carefully programmed space located within Peter Minuit Plaza, housing regional organic food by Merchants Market, as well as the Alliance for Downtown New York's Visitor Information Booth.
The Evelyn Grace Academy not only broadens the educational diversity of Brixton, but also augments the built environment in a predominantly residential area. The Academy presents itself as an open, transparent and welcoming addition to the community’s local urban regeneration process.
The California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco is one of the few Natural Science Institutes where the public experience is directly related to in house scientific research, done in the same building, since its foundation.