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Berlin – Art+Com Studios harnessed nature’s mathematical beauty and the power of augmented reality for an expansive biomimetic sculpture.
Shanghai – Elto Consultancy aimed to build a ‘second home’ for kindergarteners at Avenue Green Sheshan. The first step? Try to think like them.
Shanghai – Over a 20-year-long master plan for the building of Shanghai Museum of Glass, Coordination Asia is incorporating spatial experiences to enhance the visitor journey.
Fuji, Japan – CMYK Interiors & Products worked with Fuji’s local government to turn its central train station into an accommodating gathering space.
London – Sam Jacob Studio developed an amusing, clever new space for London’s Cartoon Museum – one that makes each visitor a protagonist in a real-life cartoon.
Moscow – Upon the completion of its renovation, the Russian capital’s School 57 triggered other institutions to think about how to give their students better learning environments.
Santa Monica, United States – Designed by OfficeUntitled at the Santa Monica Place centre, Cayton Children’s Museum teaches little ones ages 0-10 how to be upstanding future adults.
Kyoto – Satoshi Takijiri’s Yojo Park, located in Kyoto, is an ‘indoors forest’ that allows children on wheelchairs to feel the freedom of the playground.
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.
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