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Cambridge, Ontario, Canada – The Toronto-based architectural studio RDHA turned an old post office into a cultural centre designated entirely for makerspaces.
NOISY-LE-SEC – The Conservatoire, in the vicinity of the media centre and the theatre, opens up to the city centre and starts a dialogue about the cultural future of the area.
BANGKOK – On one of the main business streets of Bangkok, comes a mixed-use art complex playing hide and seek with the trees.
WINSCHOTEN – Marrying a medley of functions for the greater good of the community, Cultuurhuis De Klinker provides the ideal space for people to come together.
ST PAUL – A media library designed by Périphériques articulates the beginning of an urban renewal for a commune on the island of La Reunion.
TORSBY – Nestled in a Swedish forest, an old school now houses the new museum completed by Bornstein Lyckefors that is dedicated to a local tradition.
BÉTHUNE – Manuelle Gautrand completes drama centre over twenty years in the making with an extension housing rehearsal and administrative spaces.
PARIS – A Parisian suburb features a new, elevated cultural centre.
ZHUHAI – The first of several multi-purpose complexes commissioned to 10 Design by burgeoning Chinese municipalities opens in Zhuhai.
KALAMAZOO – Kalamazoo College worked in collaboration with Chicago-based architects Studio Gang to provide a space for the community to engage in open discussion of social justice issues.
UMEÅ – The designers named the complex Väven after the Swedish word meaning ‘weave’, a fitting metaphor for the confluence of so many distinct programs under one roof.
NECKARTAILFINGEN – The new village festival hall in Neckartailfingen redirects public life towards the riverfront.
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