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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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What lodged in   Something Fantastic´s minds:
What lodged in
Something Fantastic´s minds:
03 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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Trade off
Trade off
by Reinier de Graaf | 01 August 2014

May 28-30, 2014: Attending the third “Global Infrastructure Initiative” in Rio de Janeiro, organized by McKinsey & Co. The gathering is dominated by an almost limitless optimism about the blessings of technology and the belief that innovation by the infrastructure sector (coupled to extravagant funds) will eventually cure all the contemporary city’s ails…

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Hot spots: A pool in the desert
Hot spots: A pool in the desert
by Thomas Wagner | 30 July 2014

Life is pretty hot in the desert, at least during the day. So what could be more handy than a pool to cool off in. Or to lie in pondering life, the universe. Just be sure to remember the key.

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The new Henninger Turm   remains a landmark
The new Henninger Turm
remains a landmark
28 July 2014

For the architects Meixner Schlüter Wendt planning a high-rise is normally a fascinating task. In designing the new Henninger Turm in Frankfurt/Main they show how living in a high-rise can be both personalized and attractive.

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Respelling Bauhaus
Respelling Bauhaus
by Martina Metzner | 25 July 2014

The Bauhaus-Archiv in Berlin has announced a new corporate design along with a new font. “bayer next” by L2M3 borrows from the Universal font designed by Herbert Bayer in 1926 at the Bauhaus – carefully transposing it into the present.

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A building must help define its surroundings
A building must help define
its surroundings
23 July 2014

Not that long ago the label “residential high-rise” brought to mind images of cheap tenements and social flashpoints. Thomas Wagner talked to Claudia Meixner and Florian Schlüter of Meixner Schlüter Wendt Architekten about new, attractive and high-quality projects.

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A new Nordic perspective
A new Nordic perspective
by Martina Metzner | 21 July 2014

And we continue our explorations at "3DaysofDesign" in Copenhagen to find out if it's really true the Danes produce their wares sustainably and in their own country.

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Hot Spots: swimming in   the city or in the river
Hot Spots: swimming in
the city or in the river
by Thomas Wagner | 18 July 2014

Is there anything nicer than having a cool dip on a scorchingly hot day? Best of all downtown.

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