// arthitectural / temporary
  • The Catalan Book Week is a fair that takes place every year for two weeks in September in the center of Barcelona city. For the 2011 edition, the new stands were built from a manufactured product and a natural material , easy to transport and recycling: wooden transport boxes. So, the stands are wood transport boxes […]


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  • 100 easy pieces in honeycomb cardboard for simple and linear furniture. This is A4Adesign’s homage to the Expo 2015, an extreme and provocative project of social and democratic design in which sustainability plays a central role. In view of the important transformations Expo 2015 will bring to the city of Milan, A4Adesign raises the issue of temporary furnishings for […]


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This temporary, interactive installation was based on the concept of ‘complex systems’ which can observe, perceive and research our living world, society and biology.  Virtual architecture is embedded into various cities and regions within Google earth projected onto the floor, within the internal space of the installation.  Motion sensors track the movement of the audience […]


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The architects von Gerkan, Marg and Partners (gmp) together with Knippers Helbig, Structural Engineers, have won first prize in the limited implementation competition for the new construction of a pedestrian and cycle bridge across the Baakenhafen basin in HafenCity. The jury decided unanimously in favour of the design, which was followed in the ranking by two third places […]


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Focused on handling the worldwide acquisition and redistribution of helicopters and parts, UTC asked MODULUS to transform an existing 10,000 square foot dingy, abandoned warehouse building into a working environment they could thrive within. One, it was decided, rich with light, space, and shadow that would exemplify the company to literally and figuratively reach new […]


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Brooks + Scarpa has released their proposal for the roughly 22,000 square foot addition to the existing 12,000 square foot 1929 historic Kimball Art Center located in the heart of downtown Park City at the corner of Main Street and Heber Ave. The design concept for the new Kimball Art Center is to perceptually bring […]


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