Mark #22

Oct/Nov 2009

Outdoors and indoors converge as Makoto Tanijiri builds an interior garden filling most of his small Moriyama house. In the Japanese countryside, Manabu Chiba designed an indoor playground for children. Meanwhile, we investigate what became of the British buildings funded by the Millennium Commission. Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre take a photographic journey that carries us into a forgotten time, while homeowners who attempt to renovate their historic homes must grapple with the ghosts of the original architects. Finally, a letter from Montreal explains why we should prefer it to Calgary.