It’s curtains for Expo 2015: KriskaDECOR’s architectural, metal-chain facades

It’s curtains for Expo 2015: KriskaDECOR’s architectural, metal-chain facades

The go-to Spanish manufacturer of high-end, space-shaping mesh curtains has turned the Ecuadorean Pavilion at Milan’s Expo 2015 into a must-visit destination. Read
Kunst&Architektur: Art goes public – Art goes architecture

Kunst&Architektur: Art goes public – Art goes architecture

Der Auftritt von Kunst im architektonischen Kontext war noch nie so facettenreich wie heute. Sie vermag die Identität eines Ortes zu stärken oder gar zu verändern und zum bewussteren Umgang mit dem öffentlichen Raum beitragen. Das nimmt Architonic zum Anlass in der Reihe „Kunst&Architektur“ Projekte vorzustellen, die exemplarisch für einen gelungenen Dialog stehen und mehr als die Summe beider Teile sind.
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Contemporary American Architecture

Contemporary American Architecture

Under this auspice I selected, from an endless list of contemporary buildings and forward-looking proposals, both humble and spectacular faces of the American architecture scenario.
Picking among young practices, foreign creative and well known names, the selection has become a carousel of different functions, ambitions and interventions that at different scales resew, physically and figurative, parts of cities and neighbourhoods.

New York is obviously one of the main stages of this flamboyant bandwagon where architecture tries to glue eager developer interests and citizens needs.
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Material Tendencies: Richard Hutten

Material Tendencies: Richard Hutten

Richard Hutten is known for his playful approach to design. Always wondering how he might add something fresh and unusual, his aim is to create new possibilities to the already existing. His works reflect his personal signature, which might be described as optimistic, fun, friendly and surprising.
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From Japan with Love: Kitani’s Danish design classics

From Japan with Love: Kitani’s Danish design classics

For over 20 years now, craftsmanship-led Japanese furniture manufacturer Kitani has been bringing a considered edit of mid-century Danish classics back to life, to the delight of design-lovers worldwide.
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