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A month full of art, architecture and photography. The Vitra Design Museum showcases Middle East and North Africa’s Modernism, while Giuliano Mauri created a full scale cathedral made of trees. Our readers appreciated the architectures of Hérault Arnod Architectes, Nu.ma and Comunal: Taller de Arquitettura, built in France, Portugal and Mexico, respectively. Lastly, Alterazioni Video continues its photographic research on the “unfinished” architectural style.
– Conceived by the artist Giuliano Mauri in Lodi, the wooden structure hosts 108 oak trees – 60 cm high, planted inside the columns that make up the five naves.
– After one year of research, the Vitra Design Museum and Dubai-based magazine Brownbook present an exhibition on architecture and society in the MENA region (Middle East, North Africa).
– Designed by Hérault Arnod Architectes in Évreux, France, this music centre features a central public space called “the deck” that crosses the whole building and distributes the different functions.
– TeamLab designed a multy-sensory installation for the Sagaya restaurant in Tokyo, where to experience seasonal food, in an immersive and interactive environment.
– The latest edition of Euroluce demonstrated how design has assimilated change, with the introduction of LED technology to create new forms that were previously unthinkable. #MDW17
– To avoid the massive effect of the house on the elevations, Nu.ma designed a set of lines, merging the floors and establishing some rules on the windows and facade finishes.
– This house in Mexico by Comunal: Taller de Arquitectura features a modular and prefabricated building system, based on panels made with bamboo oldhamii.
– The research by Alterazioni Video promotes the study of the “unfinished” architectural style as an interpretative paradigm of Italian architecture from WWII to the present day.
– The first solo exhibition of British artist Lynette Yiadom-Boakye at the New Museum in New York broadcasts seventeen new works created for the occasion.
– Designed by Batay-Csorba Architects in Toronto, the residential building features a two story brise soleil, angled in such a way that as viewers pass by multiple images appear.