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Melbourne – Using (shock!) inexpensive cardboard tubes, Branch Studio Architects managed to create an elegant and humane update for a secondary school in Australia.
New York City – Cactus unveils Lab100, the preventive clinic of the future – driven by AI. That being said, how can machine learning transform the patient experience?
Dubai – How does one build the nursery of the future? Pallavi Dean and her team at Roar used parametric design and neurobiology to respond to that complex brief.
Qinhuangdao, China – One of Wutopia Lab’s latest projects, a visitor centre for a tourism company, makes a visually playful reference to the sea and the sailors who brave it.
Vilnius – The private institution reflects the past, present and future of the nation’s artists, inviting locals and tourists to understand Lithuanian heritage even better.
Amsterdam – In their Frame Publishers book, the UNStudio founders discuss how network knowledge permeated through several of their projects.
Amsterdam – As increasingly sophisticated consumers demand newer experiences from spaces, their Venn diagram features a great amount of unexpected circles.
Zweibrücken, Germany – To redesign the 75-year-old Galgenburg water reservoir in Germany, Molter Linnemann keyed in on basic human needs.
Cachan, France – Located in Cachan, the new Jacques Caran Theatre by O-S Architectes provides a space for cultural engagement – and even a new city landmark.
Machala, Ecuador – With their parametric proposal, Spanish architectural firm PMMT gave the Ecuadorian city of Machala a new, efficiently built hospital in under a year.
Caracas – The Parasite Project, a renovation by Atelier Caracas, turns the building’s previously decorative finishes into structural pieces – and much more.
Taipei – In this space for tots, Taiwanese firm JJstudio turns to low chroma in order to rethink the shades of a typical Montessori environment.
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