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30.08.17  Urban Agency: Faaborg Harbor Bath

In order to upgrade its seafront, the city of Faaborg (Denmark) uses the Danish architectural agency Urban Agency, which carries out the Faaborg Harbor Bath, a multifunctional space for understanding the marine environment in a variety of ways.

30.08.17  Masaharu Asano: Futaori

In the heart of the city of Fukuoka (Japan), nestles a mysterious jewel-box. The Futaori store, conceived by the architect Masaharu Asano, unfolds in a minimalist design overhung by a vegetable blend signed by the Japanese studio Miru Design.

30.08.17  Elding Oscarson: Lund Skissernas Museum

The Skissernas Museum in Lund (Sweden) is expanding! Built by the Swedish studio Elding Oscarson, this bipartite extension of a building dating from 1934 houses the new entrance hall of the institution, its shop and a restaurant.

29.08.17  David Stanley: Acute Intervention

To modernize his apartment on the ground floor of a Victorian mansion in the Southwark district of London (United Kingdom), the English architect David Stanley creates a graphic and luminous extension brimmed with burnt wood, breathing a new breath To a classical home in the United Kingdom.

29.08.17  David Hockney: Retrospective at the Center Georges Pompidou

For its 40 years, the Center Georges Pompidou celebrates another anniversary: ​​that of 80 years of the British artist David Hockney. On this occasion, in collaboration with the Tate Britain Museum in London and the Metropolitan Museum in New York, the museum exhibits the largest retrospective ever devoted to the painter, with a background of Californian architecture and landscapes.

28.08.17  Nendo: Paper Torch

The Japanese studio nendo imagines a modular minimalist lamp simply consisting of a sheet of paper and leds. A stationery-inspired achievement - indispensable in these early school years - to be used in office lighting as well as in torches.

28.08.17  Persimmon Hills Architects: Cut

As part of the Koganecho Bazaar open-air festival held in Kanagawa, Japan, the Japanese studio Persimmon Hill Architects is making an amazing transformation: from a former illegal sex shop into an art gallery with singular dimensions.

28.07.17  Slash Objetcs : Coexist

Coexist is a collection of small furniture combining marble and brass for a result with lines that are noble, geometric and refined.

28.07.17  La Grande-Motte: Land of architecture

La Grande-Motte, chichi, darling, fritters? Certainly, but not that! Since 2010, after obtaining the label Heritage of the 20th century, the city, located a few cables from Montpellier, long subject of sweet jokes such as "Sarcelle-sur-mer" or "La Grande-Moche" ashes. A land of architecture to rediscover as soon as possible.

28.07.17  SHAU: Microlibrary Bima

In order to address the problems of illiteracy in Indonesia and the exile of students to countries better equipped for educational infrastructure, the 100 Microlibraries program aims to make reading and libraries more accessible to disadvantaged populations. Built by the international architecture agency SHAU, Microlibrary Bima is the first of a long series to come.

27.07.17  ORMA Architettura: A Casa Vanella

Located in the Corsican village of Casamaccioli, in the heart of the Niolo region, Casa Vanella is a bed and breakfast built into an exceptional mountain site, offering its residents a breathtaking view of the three famous mountains of the estate. Monte Cinto, Paglia Orba and Cima ai Mori.

27.07.17  Studio GGSV: Gallery Party

To celebrate its 40 years, the Center Pompidou organizes a series of events throughout France and of course in its eponymous Parisian building. To do this, it gives carte blanche to the designers of the Parisian studio GGSV which reinvents the Children's Gallery located in the hall of the museum. The artists thus imagine Galerie Party, a total work, mixing design, architecture, audiovisual and games.

27.07.17  Marietta Varga: Raw Hill

For his new series, Raw Hill, the Hungarian photographer Marietta Varga is interested in the brutalist architecture, style in vogue from 1950 to 1970 all over the world. The constructions of this movement are characterized by massive monoliths that the artist tries to soften in his cliches through synchronized choregraphies a bit obsolete and pastel shades.

26.07.17  François Doll: Il Cuoco Galante

For his new restaurant, Il Cuoco Galante, located in the 9e arrondissement of Paris, gastronomy enthusiast Philippe Baranes - who already has the Parisian addresses Dessance and Braisenville -, appeals to the interior designer François Doll. As a result 55 square meters place breathing craftsmanship, in which the kitchen is at the center of spatial design.

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