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On the banks of the river
On the banks of the river
by Thomas Wagner | 07 August 2013

Politics, climate change and the Niger shape their lives. Italian photographer Nicola Lo Calzo photographed people along the river.

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Three religions under a single roof
Three religions under a single roof
by Martina Metzner | 04 August 2013

In Berlin a communal prayer and teaching hall for Christian, Jews and Muslims is destined to promote inter-religious dialog. And a book has now been published documenting the architectural competition, visualizing the challenge innate in designing a religious building for which there are no historical precedents.

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All in Mini or fashion is the car
All in Mini or fashion is the car
02 August 2013

The new Mini was from the outset a lifestyle product. And the same can be said of the “Mini Vision” study. Martina Metzner spoke to Annette Baumeister, Head of Color & Trim at Mini Design, on the patterns, colors and materials that are typical of the Mini.

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Why don’t we simply go shopping in our PJs?
Why don’t we simply go shopping in our PJs?
by Martina Metzner | 31 July 2013

Entitled “Untragbar”, students at Bremen’s University of the Arts have launched a fashion project that needles what’s in vogue and stitches it all up in an original magazine design.



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The adaptable house
The adaptable house
by Philipp Molter | 31 July 2013

What systems and materials lay the basis for an architecture that can respond dynamically and independently to climatic influences? We present a few current R&D projects.

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Shooting back on the Festspielhügel
Shooting back on the Festspielhügel
by Robert Volhard | 30 July 2013

How to free oneself of the burden of celebrities at the Wagner Festival in Bayreuth.

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Going with the data flow and sharing means of transport
Going with the data flow and sharing means of transport
by Michiko Wemmje | 28 July 2013

What will the cities of tomorrow look like? How will we move in them? And what role will digital media play in the process? A discussion with Jürgen Mayer H. and Eric Höweler at the “Schaustelle” in Munich’s Pinakothek der Moderne tried to find some answers.

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Take your dromedary to the beach
Take your dromedary to the beach
by Thomas Edelmann | 26 July 2013

To construct a fun car you need more than a great idea and a good mood. As can be seen from a comparison between the unique “Méhari” Citroën and Jean-Marie Massaud’s concept for a Toyota “Me.We”.

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From hand to building
From hand to building
by Thomas Wagner | 21 July 2013

The book on “Imagining the House” by Pritzker prizewinner Wang Shu includes hand drawings by the architect – in their original size. And if you take a closer look at them you soon see what a difference there is between designing a building by hand rather than at the computer.



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How to learn from history
How to learn from history
19 July 2013

Two years ago, the Bröhan Collection was sold to China. Egon Chemaitis spoke to Song Jianming about plans for the collection in Hangzhou and the immense importance attached to Bauhaus in China.



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The longing for a studiolo
The longing for a studiolo
by Daniel von Bernstorff | 17 July 2013

With “7 Studies”, gallerist and furniture maker Jörg Schellmann is showing in Munich how seven renowned artists and designers, among them Stefan Diez, Liam Gillick and Donald Judd, are furnishing workspaces. And that they are not all that far from the Renaissance studiolo.

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NO NO NO NO NO The book to go with the Seagram Building
NO NO NO NO NO
The book to go with the Seagram Building
by Oliver Elser | 16 July 2013

Phyllis Lambert disagreed with her father in the choice of architects and proposed Mies van der Rohe for the construction of the new Seagram headquarter in New York City. In her book she allows insight into the undertaking "Seagram Building

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A Magic Spell – in Spanish
A Magic Spell – in Spanish
by Robert Volhard | 14 July 2013

We are in Spain, yes. Yet no sooner than someone mentions Cosentino and “Silestone”, we cannot help but think of a little Gallic village and the power of a magic formula.



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Three chairs and the Lithuanian design
Three chairs and the Lithuanian design
by Vaidas Norkus | 12 July 2013

Lithuania, one of the three Baltic countries, is largely forested. No wonder that its designers prefer wood primarily as a material. But what role does design play even in a small country between Scandinavia and Russia?

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Zaha Hadid builds museums for herself
Zaha Hadid builds museums for herself
by Clemens Bomsdorf | 10 July 2013

This summer, the Danish Architecture Center (DAC) in Copenhagen is devoting a show to the great Zaha Hadid. It’s an aesthetic pearl, but fails to mention a lot things.



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12 Questions for Johannes Hemann
12 Questions for Johannes Hemann
05 July 2013

The venue: Design Miami/Basel, at the booth of Brussels-based Victor Hunt gallery. There, Daniel von Bernstorff, Stylepark, met designer Johannes Hemann, to talk with him about one of the most hotly discussed topics of the fair – the potential and limits of the interface between art and design.

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A cut-out-and-keep church
A cut-out-and-keep church
by Adeline Seidel | 05 July 2013

“Learning from Las Vegas” taught us that anyone building in a location where people rush past needs to communicate simple messages. This premise no doubt served Frankfurt-based architects Schneider+Schumacher as a basis for their design. Their highway church speaks the language of a billboard, yet still surprises with its architectural diversity.

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The ECB, the new building and the magic of the number two
The ECB, the new building and the magic of the number two
by Robert Volhard | 03 July 2013

A special kind of summit: Wolf D. Prix from Coop Himmelb(l)au and several of his colleagues lead a tour of the European Central Bank construction site in Frankfurt/Main.

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