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When the future began to glow
When the future began to glow
by Thomas Wagner | 29 juillet 2016

Karl Hugo Schmölz is among the most important post-War German architecture photographers. But was forgotten for many years. Now a digital photobook places his elegant images on our screens.

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Pyramid or just a bunker?
Pyramid or just a bunker?
by Jeremy Gaines | 28 juillet 2016

With the Switch House, the Tate Modern recently opened its long-cherished extension on the South Bank of the Thames. So what exactly have Herzog & de Meuron built?

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The draughtsman’s contract
The draughtsman’s contract
by Florian Heilmeyer | 26 juillet 2016

An exhibition in Berlin offers you an unadulterated view of the urban scenery in some Japanese anime films.

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Berlin Particle Theory
Berlin Particle Theory
by Florian Heilmeyer | 22 juillet 2016

Roger Bundschuh dissects a house into three parts. To create any number of views outwards and inwards.

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The Magnificent Seven Friends
The Magnificent Seven Friends
by Uta Abendroth | 22 juillet 2016

Dresden’s Kunstgewerbemuseum has invited seven international designers to Schloss Pillnitz to contemplate friendship in design in an age of omnipresent rivalry.

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Superarchitettura
Superarchitettura
by  Barbara-Brigitte Mak and Ludwig Engel | 18 juillet 2016

50 years ago, one of the most influential and radical architecture groups of the 1970s was founded in Florence: Superstudio. Rome’s Maxxi Museum celebrates the anniversary with a big retrospective.

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One huge nightmare
One huge nightmare
18 juillet 2016

Superstudio was consciously radical and critiqued progress. Barbara-Brigitte Mak and Ludwig Engel talked with Gabriele Mastrigli, curator of the jubilee exhibition, about the group’s legacy and importance today.

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Higher stakes
Higher stakes
by Paul Andreas | 18 juillet 2016

Not only has Constant’s archive been unpacked in The Hague: the show at the Gemeentemuseum also considers the future of a “New Babylon”.

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Architecture and possibility
Architecture and possibility
18 juillet 2016

Was the “Endless House” the original model for architecture without properties? The Museum für angewandte Kunst in Vienna is devoting an exhibition called “Life Visions” to the visionary Frederick Kiesler.

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Space capsules are passé
Space capsules are passé
by Thomas Wagner | 18 juillet 2016

When the cities learnt to walk in superstructures – people stayed where they were, left to their own devices. Is this why yesterday’s future visions and utopias are suddenly back en vogue in architecture?

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Tradition creates future
Tradition creates future
by Paula Pohle | 12 juillet 2016

Deutsches Architekturmuseum (DAM) is showcasing Studio Mumbai in a major exhibition in Frankfurt/Main, in which it demonstrates how contemporary construction can be a successful symbiosis of Indian tradition and Western Modernism.

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The barkeeper and the penguin
The barkeeper and the penguin
by Jeremy Gaines | 11 juillet 2016

Fast-growing Frankfurt/Main now has an unusual governing coalition of Conservatives, Social Democrats and Greens. A look at the coalition’s policies on urban design and the city reveals: sadly no vision.

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The Fine Particle Vacuum Cleaner
The Fine Particle Vacuum Cleaner
by Paul Andreas | 9 juillet 2016

Artist and environmental designer Daan Roosegaarde talked with Paul Andreas about his Smog Free Tower, a smart highway and light-intensive projects that can nevertheless be sustainable.

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Wolfing it up
Wolfing it up
by Thomas Edelmann | 5 juillet 2016

Explorations by a new museum director: The exhibition “Wolfsburg Unlimited” stages a journey through the history and present of an exemplary drawing-board city.

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Not just the ball is round
Not just the ball is round
by Michael Erlhoff | 5 juillet 2016

How football ornamentalizes people

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A perfect bachelor
A perfect bachelor
by Uwe Bresan | 3 juillet 2016

Sometimes the history of architecture is full of irony. The same is true of Charles Moore’s house in New Haven, which featured in “Playboy” in 1969.

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A marquee for art
A marquee for art
by Christian Holl | 1 juillet 2016

For the 13th Small-Scale Sculpture Triennial, Kuehn Malvezzi created an impressive exhibition architecture hung from the ceiling in Alte Kelter in Fellbach.

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Déjà-vu in Basel
Déjà-vu in Basel
by Uta Abendroth | 27 juin 2016

The Design Miami trade fair takes place parallel to Art Basel – but this year only featured very few highlights. There was a lack of real innovations or an exciting exhibition.

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