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  • From the architect. Grenswerk, part of the medieval city on the Maas river, is to become the future creative and cultural heart of Venlo. Specifically the parceling, typical of old town structures, was advised by the urban plan of AWG, as being a carrier of new architectural developments. Following zoning regulations, the building envelope has […]


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  • Do you want to relive a great moment? To be literally transported back to a memorable moment experienced yesterday or years ago? Before reading on, discover 3D sound by clicking here (listen with headphones for the maximum surround sound effect). The advent of social networks has given rise to a predominance of looking over listening […]


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The Music Museum master plan design proposes to unify the campus through the voids between buildings – like a caesura in music. The scheme identifies five voids between the buildings to form the overall morphology of the campus. The first void is the ancient garden with existing trees. The second void is the new Music […]


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In a time of uncertainty and crisis, the counselors of the Chihuahua’s Businessmen Foundation, (FECHAC) for its acronym in Spanish, asked for an “emblematic or iconic” building for their Ciudad Juarez offices. A city trying to revert the negative image it has on the international community, being one of the strongholds of the war against […]


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Norman Foster presented proposals for a masterplan to bring clarity back to Grand Central Terminal at The Municipal Art Society of New York’s annual Summit in New York last night. Grand Central Terminal is one of New York’s greatest landmarks and contains perhaps the city’s finest civic space. However, over time it has become a victim […]


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This coffee table utilizes an irregular blackened steel frame with alternating panels of clear and satin etch Starphire low-iron glass.  The table explores the idea of abstracting natural forms and fabricating them in a pure industrial material. Designer: FINNE Architects Size: 36”x36”


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