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Comfy chair with a fur collar
Comfy chair with a fur collar
by Martina Metzner | 03 September 2014

What happens if fashion and furniture embark on a relationship? We’ve made a few matches for you from among the novelties at the Milan Salone and the catwalk couture for the coming winter season. All just coincidence?

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Here come the Finns!
Here come the Finns!
by Adeline Seidel | 02 September 2014

Soon it’ll be book fair time again in Frankfurt. And as always, the fair’s Guest of Honor country gets to shape the face of culture in the city for a short time. So what does Finland have to offer in addition to vodka and forests, sauna and Saarinen, Artek and Aalto?

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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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