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Psáry, Czech Republic – Not only did Prague-based SOA Architekti design Elementary School Amos to feel like a home, but they placed the canteen at its core.
Paris – ‘Most law faculties tend to be quite conservative and tame, and focus on their eye-catching libraries. This project avoids such conventionalities.’
Tel Aviv – The First Inclusive School by Sarit Shani Hay is a prototypical public institution that builds on itself as its students age.
Kani, Japan – At the Faculty of Pharmacy in the Gifu University of Medical Science, Yoshihiro Kato Atelier created a series of vibrant plywood booths for students.
Beijing – Studio Jun Murata designed a minimal, all-white meditation tunnel with views to the outdoors, nestled within the Beijing Songzhuan art colony.
Kunshan, China – SiYu Interior Design rethought the conventional design approach taken for municipal buildings for Kunshan Government Public Affairs Service Centre.
Beijing – B.L.U.E. Architecture Studio’s M Woods Art Community Renovation Project cuts off external input before rationing it back to visitors – all in the name of mindfulness.
Hong Kong – Designed by Atelier Nuno Architects, the Learning Commons at HKU Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine capitalizes the benefits of physical classrooms.
Mexico City – The Esrawe Studio founder and Masa Galería co-founder explains how his teams are reinventing, refocusing and reimagining in the midst of this new reality.
As museums and galleries look to digital channels to keep cultural capital flowing during lockdown, we assess the state of the art.
Amsterdam – Studio i29 and Math Architecten refurbish Amsterdam’s Felix Meritis institution, built in 1788, combining preservation with contemporary updates.
At Frame Awards 2020, MoMA’s Ramona Bronkar Bannayan unpacked how the NYC museum’s recent expansion uses spatial design to drive audience engagement. Watch the talk now.
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