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The Hague, the Netherlands – The Rotterdam studio transforms the 1992 governmental office building with openness and public accessibility in mind.
HIROSHIMA, Japan and TOKYO – Through the projects in their latest book, Suppose Design Office shares their vision of the future of architecture – which they call Ur-Architecture.
AMSTERDAM – In collaboration with Arper, Frame Minds will explore Tomorrow’s Architecture Towards the Digital Era to uncover just how phygital the future might be.
Amsterdam – Enjoy a 20% discount and be the first to receive this collection of Suppose Design Office's work on your doorstep.
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OLDHAM, England – Built like a treehouse, constructed with cross-laminated hardwood, Maggie’s Oldham offers a community space that’s open-concept in more ways than one.
LONDON – Francis Kéré creates the 17th summer pavilion for the Serpentine Gallery, inspired by the role of a tree in an African village.
BERLIN – In an exhibition at the Aedes Gallery, Jakob + MacFarlane uses augmented reality to take its buildings into a virtual dimension.
BERLIN – For fischerAppelt, an advertising agency of storytellers, Gonzalez Haase AAS builds a scenography that gets curiouser and curiouser the further in you go.
COPENHAGEN – Inaugurated last month, the Copenhagen International School's new building is one of the latest in an influx of new architecture in the Danish capital.
MIAMI – It’s not every day you get a building as a dance partner. To kick-off the release of our March/April issue, we’ll be posting five days of web-exclusive content.
WASHINGTON, D.C. and SAN FRANCISCO – These two Aesop stores by Jeremy Barbour of Tacklebox Architecture speak the international Aesop visual language, but with a proud local twang.
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