Articles tagged Mark 64

What initially appears to be an abandoned bunker, hunched down in a desolate setting, is instead an exemplar of local craftsmanship. Photo Gabriel Castro.

Roof-top pool cools locally crafted concrete-poured residence

BELO HORIZONTE – Vazio uses a rooftop water basin as a passive cooling system for the rooms under it.


Is architectural photography dead?

Architectural photographer Duccio Malagamba comments on recent developments in his profession.

The carpet is not be styled, but comes forth as a serene and plain construction. Photo Jiri Havran

A concrete flying carpet provides for a sky-high Norwegian outlook

GULARFJELL – Code has created a massive concrete viewing platform at the west coast of Norway.


History emerges from the earth of southern Moravia

PAVLOV — Radko Květ imbedded a museum of Palaeolithic settlements in the southern Moravian ground.


A metal wall of flowers surrounds a Museum of Roses

BEIJING — Next Architects provided the Beijing Rose Museum with a gigantic perforated steel façade.


Art Cascade: Stacked and staggered boxes connect park and city

QUEBEC – OMA’s new museum building in Quebec ties together city and park.

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