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  • City as Canvas explores the cultural phenomenon of New York City graffiti art, beginning with historical photographs of graffiti long erased from subways and buildings, and delving into paintings and sketchbooks collected by Martin Wong (1946–1999). Graffiti emerged as a powerful form of self-expression in New York City in the 1970s. With Wong and his […]


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  • The Villa des Arts, which houses a set of artists’ workshops, is situated at the foot of the Butte Montmartre in the 18th arrondissement of Paris. It has just undergone a major renovation, managed by architects Grégoire Oudin (APGO) and Bertrand Naut (abn). In this site steeped in history and culture, which has welcomed some of […]


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This was an installation art work which was exhibited in Berrick Hall, one of old western-style houses and local authorized historical architectures, as a formal program of the 5th Yamate Art Festival. With its unique history of residential area for outsider people since about 150 years ago, Yamate in Yokoha-ma is an area which promotes […]


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The new office center will be built in the vicinity of “Nakhimovsky Prospect” Metro station, between the Varshavskoe and Kashirskoe highways. However, with all its highly developed transport infrastructure, this area can hardly be considered attractive. Presently, it is little shy of a junkyard: piles of makeshift garages, broken asphalt, occasional unkempt trees and piles […]


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The newly formed state of Chattisgarh (formerly a part of Madhya Pradesh in Central India) has witnessed large scale industrial development due to its rich mineral deposits. A master-plan for its new capital city ( NAYA RAIPUR) has been drawn up and a 400 acre plot of land was adopted by the Vedanta Group to […]


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The “Rechter House” in Tel Aviv was originally designed by Zeev Rechter as a single storey home for his family with an orderly arrangement of internally and externally exposed, longitudinal concrete beams which formed the basis for the internal spaces, whilst adhering to the principles of “open planning” that were prevalent in those years.  Over […]


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