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  • The House of Hungarian Music is conceived as a tribute to the esteemed figures within the influential musical history of Hungary. In the spirit of Bela Bartok and Zola Kodaly, composers who collected and analyzed folk music and ultimately created the course of study known as ethnomusicology, HHM should serve as an open, accessible, and […]


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  • © Martin Schubert   After four years of construction, the “House of Music” in Aalborg, Denmark was ceremoniously opened on March 29, 2014 by the Danish Queen Margrethe II. This cultural centre was designed by the Viennese architectural studio Coop Himmelb(l)au as a combined school and concert hall: its open structure promotes the exchange between […]


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The monumental entrance hall of the Netherlands Broadcasting Music Centre, originally designed by architect Elling and afterwards restyled by ‘Architects Cie’ is metamorfosed into a fresh and spacious whole. The new reception and waiting room have been transformed into two large kiosks. All in harmonywith the existing building but definitely bearing the Coen van Hamsignature. […]


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A small store of a Paris fashion house is situated in the heart of the Ramat Aviv Shopping Mall and invites customers inside, into a restrained and reserved world of design, a pure bubble almost completely encompassed by the loud and intensive marketing chaos of the surrounding mall.  The aim of the designer was to […]


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