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Beijing – Using irregular elliptical forms and warm wood, Archstudio creates an interactive and minimalist interior for Poly WeDo Children’s Art Education Centre.
ANTWERP – The Belgian university building houses classrooms and a research centre for the rehabilitation sciences programme.
DÜSSELDORF – The curvy design plays out not only as a fluid visual feed but enforces the suggested movement of students rushing through to lectures and courses.
ODDER – Complete with a series of plazas in the interior, playful fenestration, and pitched roofs, the students are encouraged to run freely throughout the building and rule the day.
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.
BARCELONA – Aesthetics and sustainability can be implemented simultaneously, as demonstrated by IED’s master's students in sustainable product design.
SAVIÈSE – Atop the vineyards of Savièse in Switzerland and overlooking the Rhône valley, rk Studio built an extension to the Moréchon educational centre.
STRASBOURG – Two seamless and smooth volumes are stacked one on top of the other, distinguishing themselves as a public mixed-use building at the corner of a busy crossroad.
From Herzog & de Meuron’s new high-rise building to the High Line, we doubt we’ll ever be short of material to write about.
CSÓROMPUSZTA – In this year’s edition, the participants finalised a series of pavilions to create a viable village structure.
Although school may be out right now, we can still dream of naps and playtime in these five projects that bring out the kid in us all.
EVANSTON – The sheer number of students on any given university campus can be quite daunting and it is not difficult to walk past hundreds of people each day.
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