Muuuz - Magazine

17.07.17  Meeting with: Daniel Libeskind

The story of this interview begins with a missed appointment in New York between the American-Polish architect and the editorial staff of Muuuz. Fortunately, technology has made it possible to thwart destiny and conduct an 2.0 interview. A meeting with an architect whose main focus is on memorial projects such as the Jewish Museum in Berlin (Germany) or the master plan at Ground Zero in New York (USA), which contrast with a personality brimming with optimism, Poetry and emotion.

14.07.17  Philip Jodidio: Tree Houses

The Taschen editions present Tree Houses, a collection of more atypical cabins by Philip Jodidio, ranging from vernacular to contemporary.

14.07.17  Bernard Bühler: Residence Fulton

As part of the urban renewal project for Fulton Island, in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, architect Bernard Bühler, winner of the contest sponsored by the social housing company ICF Habitat La Sablière, delivers a residence of 87 social housing. The whole, with holographic and geometric balconies, animates the front of the Seine.

13.07.17  IPhone Photography Awards: Architecture Category

Since 10 years, the Apple brand organizes an amateur photography contest. The only constraints: make cliches from an iPhone and do not post his work on social networks beforehand. The American firm thus rewards each year the best shots and their author, through three major awards and mentions.

13.07.17  Jean-Pierre Raynaud: Here

For the fifth consecutive year, the MAMO - Marseille Modulor, the Art Center of the Cité Radieuse in Marseille (13), created by Ora-ïto, invites an artist to take a look at a particular rooftop Designed by Le Corbusier. This time, it is the turn of Jean-Pierre Raynaud to reinterpret this mythical place with a view at 360 degrees on the Phocaean City.

12.07.17  Noa *: Hotel Hubertus

At the foot of the ski resort of Kronplatz in Valadora (Italy), the Italian architect noa * rehabilitates the Hotel Hubertus, a former family-run hotel, into an imposing holiday complex. In addition to the sixteen new suites, it features several restaurants, a wine cellar, a fitness room and a rooftop, but above all an impressive swimming pool overlooking 25 meters up the mountain.

12.07.17  Jaime Hayon: Hotel Barceló Torre de Madrid

Thanks to his art, design and product design projects, the Spanish interior designer Jaime Haynon has built a reputation of world renown. A know-how placed today at the service of his native city, Madrid, with the development of the Hotel Barceló located in the Tower of Madrid.

11.07.17  Wilmotte & Associates: Station F

Rehabilitated by the French architecture agency Wilmotte & Associates, Halle Freyssinet, formerly a Parisian railway depot (13e) dating back to the 1920 years, becomes Station F, the world's largest campus dedicated to the development of startups. The space of 34 000 square meters is intended to host more 1 000 companies in the making.

11.07.17  Young talents: Villa Noailles, Design Parade

For the second consecutive year, Villa Noailles organizes the Design Parade, a festival honoring design and architecture, in Hyères (83) and Toulon (83). Through two competitions, the organizers of the event wish to promote the young creation and the talents of tomorrow. On this occasion, four prizes were awarded.

11.07.17  5 + 1AA: BNL BNP Paribas Headquarters

Imagined by the Franco-Italian agency 5 + 1AA, the new Roman headquarters of the BNL-BNP Paribas group takes place near the Tiburtina station, east of the city. With its kaleidoscopic and reflective coating, the building, surrealist, surprises in an area between residential areas and manufacturers.

10.07.17  ArchiDesignclub Awards 2018: Call for candidates

The 5 edition of the ADC Awards will take place on 8 2018 on 1 Thursday. It will reward the architectural achievements delivered between the 2016er January 31 and the 2017 December 31. Are you an architect, developer, or actor in the building industry and wish to submit and defend a project? You have until 2017 October XNUMX to send your applications.

10.07.17  COBE: The Silo

As the name suggests, The Silo is the result of the rehabilitation of an old 17 grain tank built by the Danish architectural studio COBE. It houses both residential apartments and public reception areas. An architectural intervention that is part of a much broader urban project: the transformation of Nordhavn, a former industrial district of Copenhagen (Denmark).

10.07.17  Samuel Accoceberry: Celestial

French designer Samuel Accoceberry draws inspiration from Chinese flying lanterns to create Celeste, a luminaire that can be used as a ceiling lamp and as a table reading lamp, whose three geometric elements make it look as minimalist as it is contemporary.

07.07.17  Inée: Diana Law Printed Accessories

The studio of Parisian architecture and Parisian design realizes a display inspired by the universe of the laboratory, which sublimates the new collection of jewels and accessories of the brand Diana Law Printed resulting from the impression 3D.