• Morphing Medellín – Part 1

    Once known as the most dangerous city in the world, this January Medellín in Columbia was named the number one travel destination on the rise in South America. From a world full of darkness and crime, the city has stepped into the light. Here is the story of Medellín.

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  • The Glow of Silence

    Everyday objects subtly insert themselves into natural sceneries in Guneriussen’s works. His installations question the balance between objects, time, space and humans and imply a stinging message about mass production in society.

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  • Timber-Architecture

    Japanese Trio

    The Portland Japanese Garden is an urban project in Oregon designed by Kengo Kuma. It features a central courtyard and buildings topped with pagoda-style, green roofs.

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  • Cloud House

    In Springfield, American artist and activist Matthew Mazzotta designed a shed-like house with an eye catchy feature: a cloud sculpture, attached to the roof. The cloud is part of a simulation of the natural hydrological cycle. The visitors should experience the function and our dependence on this system.

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Competition: Elbbrücken Quarter, Hamburg, Germany

Atelier Loidl from Berlin won landscape competition

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