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Cultural Creation
August 2015
Fernando Romero Enterprise (FR-EE) has presented plans for the ´Museo Mazatl+ín´ in Mexico, a cultural institution dedicated to the dissemination of local culture with a historical and anthropological perspective.
Mural Morale
August 2015
São Paulo’s famed elevated highway, the Minhocão, is a densely populated space lined with window-less towers and massive ¨Blind Walls,¨ that were once used as spaces for advertisement.
Visionary museum
July 2015
The Guggenheim Helsinki competition has been won by Paris-based Moreau Kusunoki. After a year of shortlisting, refining and deliberation, the winners were announced, who were selected for their proposal Art in the City.
Recycled Pavilion
July 2015
New York´s Governors Island now boasts of the recycled, upcycled and bicycled ´Organic Growth Pavilion´ made by Izaskun Chinchilla Architects. The Organic Growth Pavilion works on two simple ideas of adopting architectural and structural principles from the morphology of adaptive plants and organisms, and sourcing all components from second-hand and recycled materials.
Luxury wins
July 2015
The ´Best Design Concept´ award at the Los Angeles Business Council´s 45th Annual Los Angeles Architectural Awards has gone to 8600 Wilshire, a luxury residential project in Beverly Hills, which was designed by global architecture firm MAD.
Chinese inspiration
July 2015
The international competition Mount Lu Estate of World Architecture (MOLEWA) was won by the Mexico City- and Berlin-based Zeller & Moye. As per the rules, the firm will get to design the new housing project in Ruichang.
Sky high
July 2015
Four buildings have been shortlisted for the annual ´Best Tall Building Awards´ by Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH). The buildings are located in the four competing regions in the world - Americas; Asia and Australia; Europe; the Middle East and Africa, across 33 countries.
Olympics Development
June 2015
KREOD Architecture has released its latest ambitious venture whose work is due to start in January 2016 with a construction period of 6 months. The International Trade Pavilion will be 20 times larger than the pavilion constructed for the London 2012 Olympic Games.
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