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The Secret of Happy Cities
The Secret of Happy Cities
by Charlotte Malz | 01 September 2014

What kind of urban realm makes you feel good? Scientists have developed different methods to demonstrate the psychological impact of cities on their inhabitants.

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What lodged in   NKBAK´s minds:
What lodged in
NKBAK´s minds:
31 August 2014

Architects and designers naturally have their own view on houses, people and exhibitions. So we asked a few of them for their photographic impressions of the 14th Architecture Biennale. And for their related comments of course.



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Hot Spots:  The ideal summer for architects
Hot Spots:
The ideal summer for architects
by Adeline Seidel | 29 August 2014

Het Nieuwe Instituut in Rotterdam presents architects’ drawings of summer dreams – and escorts us sweetly into the balmy late summer.

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Arnout Meijer
Arnout Meijer
27 August 2014

: takes suns and planets out of orbit and puts them in our apartments.

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Learning from elevators
Learning from elevators
by Martin Lewicki | 26 August 2014

The elevator manufacturer Schindler develops intelligent transport systems. Dr. Paul Friedli, an expert in transit management, examines those systems for traffic management.

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Nature does not remain nature
Nature does not remain nature
by Ralf Wollheim | 25 August 2014

In the spaces of Louisiana Museum Olafur Eliasson has created a rough, Nordic landscape made of scree. It changes with anyone moving in it.

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What lodged in   Ateliermob´s mind:
What lodged in
Ateliermob´s mind:
24 August 2014

Architects and designers naturally have their own view on houses, people and exhibitions. So we asked a few of them for their photographic impressions of the 14th Architecture Biennale. And for their related comments of course.



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Hot spots: The Bridal Veil of Sancy
Hot spots: The Bridal Veil of Sancy
by Sara Bertsche | 22 August 2014

Architect Louis Sicard has installed a shower in the Auvergne for elves, fairies, dwarves and hikers.

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Caroline Olsson
Caroline Olsson
20 August 2014

: dreams of an opulent garden and gives a new twist to Bambi.

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The city is blind, deaf, and dumb
The city is blind, deaf, and dumb
by Carlos Gershenson | 18 August 2014

The Mexico City Team: If we regard Mexico City as an organism, then the metropolis will need eyes, ears and a brain in the future.

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What lodged in   Ross Lovegrove`s mind:
What lodged in
Ross Lovegrove`s mind:
17 August 2014

Architects and designers naturally have their own view on houses, people and exhibitions. So we asked a few of them for their photographic impressions of the 14th Architecture Biennale. And for their related comments of course.



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Hot spots: Water over wine
Hot spots: Water over wine
by Martina Metzner | 15 August 2014

Enjoy the hot summer in the cool world of wine cellars: The architecture of the VIK vineyard Smiljan Radić designed in Chile’s Millahue valley truly refreshes the senses.

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Aust &  Amelung
Aust &
Amelung
13 August 2014

: form a small powerhouse that folds concrete and works with counterweights.

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Please swarm out
Please swarm out
by Max Schwitalla | 11 August 2014

Team Berlin: The city as a nervous system requires a different kind of swarming behavior.

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What lodged in   Amandus Sattlers mind:
What lodged in
Amandus Sattler's mind:
10 August 2014

Architects and designers naturally have their own view on houses, people and exhibitions. So we asked a few of them for their photographic impressions of the 14th Architecture Biennale. And for their related comments of course.



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Hot spots: In the shadow  of the giant mushroom
Hot spots: In the shadow
of the giant mushroom
by Sara Bertsche | 08 August 2014

In the inner courtyard of the MoMA PS1 David Benjamin’s installation provides welcome shade in the summer heat, thanks to a weave made of thousands of microorganisms.

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Lex  Pott
Lex
Pott
06 August 2014

: sandblasts Douglas firs to create objects of a silent elegance.

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Hot spots: a Modernist dip
Hot spots: a Modernist dip
by Adeline Seidel | 04 August 2014

Guaranteed no “themed giant flumes” or “hot whirlpool” at Álvaro Siza’s “Piscinas de Marés”. Here you can immerse yourself in Portuguese Modernism.

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