• Retail Apocalypse

    The exhibition “Retail Apocalypse” at ETH Zurich (CH) deals with the history of retail architecture and examines the architectural form as part of an economic reality.

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  • A legacy that remains

    The Catalan architecture and landscape studio SCOB completed a remodeling project of the historic city center of Òdena, located near Barcelona. The project is based on a new structure that organizes and defines the public space according to criteria of simplicity and formal clarity.

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  • 24 Stops

    The IBA Basel project “24 Stops” inspired the artist Tobias Rehberger to create cross-border waymarkers between the Fondation Beyeler in Riehen (CH) and the Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein (D). They inspire to see the border region between Germany and Switzerland in a new light.

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  • Creating a Moscow Agora

    Khokhlovka Square by Strelka KB and the studio Djao-Rakitine is a popular public space, open and accessible to everyone – and the first amphitheater in Moscow.

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  • IFLA World Congress 2019: Common Ground

    This year’s IFLA World Congress 2019 was held in Oslo, Norway under the theme “Common Ground”. The participants from all over the world devoted themselves collectively to the functions of landscape architecture and reflected on these functions in light of current global developments.

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  • Access for All

    Until September 8, 2019, the exhibition “Access for All” in the Architekturmuseum München will focus on the social infrastructures of the city of São Paulo.

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