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Incheon, South Korea – MVRDV’s entertainment complex simulates its surroundings, featuring imaginatively imprinted elements from adjacent buildings.
TOKYO – In tribute to the work of Anish Kapoor, Rikako Nagashima’s installation examines the nature of spaces and our relationship with architecture.
Amsterdam – As Frame launches The Other Office 3, some of the featured architects and designers reflect on the challenges and drivers of contemporary workplace design.
TIANJIN, China – MVRDV adds the Tianjin Binhai Public Library to its strong track record in mesmerizing architecture.
EINDHOVEN, the Netherlands – The most memorable exhibitions at Dutch Design Week 2017 include borrowed architecture, celestial spheres, and a flexible apartment building.
There's a distinct possibility that this shiny, metallic gesture isn't used often enough within architecture, so as a special treat, we bring you five projects that make magpies of us all.
We travel across the North Sea to visit five inspiring projects in the most western land of Scandinavia.
ROTTERDAM – Dutch homes have a reputation of transparency, with curtain-less glazing. At Casa Kwantes, the request for privacy lends itself to the concept of a two-faced residence.
FREDERIKSBERG – Ku.Be is the result of a typology mix between a playground, a theatre and a gym presented as a community building in Denmark.
ROSKILDE – Home of largest not-for-profit festival of its kind in Northern Europe, Denmark's capirtal of music Roskilde now also boasts the Ragnarock Museum.
AMSTERDAM – 'Brands want transparency,' says MVRDV's Winy Maas, referring to the physical rather than ethical clarity.
HONG KONG – In China, the Dutch architects have just finished a glass building which is the last one in their exploration of glass as a primary material.
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