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lucas y hernández-gil create duality between raw and refined for restaurant in madrid


the studio took the gastronomic concept and from it they designed a space with a natural but sophisticated atmosphere.

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pezo von ellrichshausen installs pavilion of intersecting circles at the venice biennale


comprised of a set of circles that intersect each other, the structure offers the visitors a labyrinth to get lost, creating a poetic journey.

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maria giuseppina grasso cannizzo receives special mention at venice architecture biennale


with projects mostly located in sicily, her work is that of an opposition against our built environment that is not conscious of itself, full of banality and mediocrity.

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NLÉ awarded silver lion for participant at the venice architecture biennale


the jury stated that the 'makoko floating school is a powerful demonstration that architecture can amplify the importance of education.

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solano benítez wins golden lion for best participant at the venice architecture biennale


the installation centers its attention on ‘working with two of the most easily available materials—bricks and unqualified labor— as a way to transform scarcity into abundance.’

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simón vélez, the bamboo architect at the venice architecture biennale


he likes to call bamboo the ‘vegetable steel’, as it is an economical, renewable, extremely resilient, easily available material, capable of being used by people with very different building skills.

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serbia’s pavilion at the venice biennale conveys the struggles of young architects


the installation draws attention to the struggles of young architects trying to establish a position and path in the industry.

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venice architecture biennale’s introductory room constructed with 100 tons of waste material


generated by the dismantling of the previous biennale, the 'introductory room' opens up with an installation that showcases 14km of metal studs hanging from the ceiling.

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museo della merda shits-out collection of dung-made products


museo della merda shits-out collection of dung-made productsall images courtesy of museo de la merda / by henrik blomqvist       located in a neo-renaissance style palazzo in via santa marta in milan, the shit museum has chosen the the shit museum has chosen the storica società di incoraggiamento arti & mestieri (SIAM) in co-production […]

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Hermès delineates balance in milan’s design week collections for the home exhibition


creating a balance between materials, shapes, sizes, proportions, uses and sensations, Hèrmes invites users to take care of themselves the same way they have taken care of every aspect of the design of the objects.

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