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Himeji, Japan – KTX Archilab designed a cloud-like wedding chapel in Himeji – and its white, curved structures definitely make it look like it came from somewhere out of this world.
Amsterdam – Heren 5 Architecten revives a building’s intended light and space for students and teachers at De Scholekster Montessori school.
Xi’an, China – The Qujiang Cultural Centre, a new institutional space in Xi’an, wants to address a work-life balance for its creative (millennial) visitors.
Cedar City, United States – The Southerner Utah Museum of Art designed by Brooks + Scarpa in Cedar City, Utah, is a great example of sustainability and preservation.
Córdoba, Spain – In Córdoba, one of the historical seats of Islamic Iberia, a new hospital by Enero Arquitectura boldly references the city’s Moorish heritage.
London – Designed by Jump Studios, Tottenham Hotspur’s new home aims to balance the needs of diehard supporters with an incoming generation of more casual fans.
Chengdu – In Chengdu, a Traditional Chinese Medicine clinic created by FAN Art and Design shows how a smart visual strategy can help attract millennials to the millenary.
Rio de Janeiro – The scientific Museu do Amanhã, also known as Museum of Tomorrow, designed by Calatrava in Rio is a great example of sustainability for big institutions.
Barcelona – The renovation of a government building in Barcelona, made by Flores and Prats, consisted in leaving untouched the existing walls and other materials.
Sydney – The Australian mosque, designed by Candalepas Associates, uses angles and curves in concrete to choreograph light.
Sydney – Frost*collective and Pal Design Group cleverly used the neutral palette of the Scandinavian style for the Nubo playground in Sydney.
Chicago – Designed by HDR, Gensler, Clive Wilkinson Architects and EGG Office, the Shirley and Ryan AbilityLab in Chicago uses the chromotherapy effectively.
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