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Mark #32

What’s the modern monument in 2011? In Mexico City, it’s Fernando Romero’s Museo Soumaya, which he built for his father-in-law (the world’s richest man). In Nanjing, it’s Steven...

Mark #31

Architecture and philanthropy combine, as Frankfurt's Stefan Forster chops off entire floors of social housing blocks in need of renovation and Julie D. Taylor makes sure designers get the...

Mark #30

Bigger can be better. In Hong King, four towers and a cantilevered volume make up Thomas Coldefy's iconic design institute. Morphosis' Shanghai campus - designed for an online gaming company...

Mark #29

Women at the helm of architecture: we visit Zaha Hadid’s Guangzhou Opera and New York’s Nina Libeskind, the driving force behind studio Daniel Libeskind. We’re off to Orestad, Denmark,...

Mark #28

Private residences are a hot topic, as we venture to China and uncover what you get for your money when buying an apartment. In Mostelberg, Diethelm & Spillmann Architekten realize their...

Mark #27

Imagination runs wild at Yuusuke Karasawa’s residence in Mount Kano. In Spain, we check in on Eisenman Architects’ City of Culture of Galicia, where the first two buildings are complete....

Mark #26

Take a walk on the moon at SANAA’s Lausanne Rolex Learning Center, a whimsical interior landscape embedded with a spirit of collaboration. In Shenzhen, Steven Holl put a skyscraper on its...

Mark #25

From aliens to labyrinths, we’ve broken the mold. Oki Alexander is an architect, but he only makes miniature buildings now. Los Angeles’ Michael Licht acts as a medium between architects...

Mark #24

Unconventionalities are on display as we visit Rex and OMA's new Dallas theatre that’s stacked rather than wrapped. In Kyoto, Hideyuki Nakayama designed a house with an empty core, while...