Mup-Arq: Viura Hotel, Spain
Check out this amazing hotel. It is located right next the church and the square overlooking the rest of the town. Taking advantage of the landscape this project uses various structural strategies and materials. Carved into the rocky hillside, the lower level is embedded into the natural stone. The exposed foundation can be found within the restaurant, cafeteria, and even in the gym. The remainder of the hotel are located in the three floors above. AH-MAZING! Let is know what you think.
Cafecito Neptuno at the standard spa, Miami Beach by Jose Parla
Architecture In Connecticut
Interior of the Liyuan Library in Jiaojiehe Village: Beijing, China
“According To What” by Ai Weiwei
Yesterday, we had the opportunity to check out “According To What”. A special exhibit highlighting the work of Ai Weiwei! True revolutionary, and social activist! We don’t to give our interpretation of the exhibit we want you all to check it out!
It’s current showing at the Hirshhorn Museum until February 24th! Check it out, and also we recommend a documentary we featured on The Stage a few months ago, Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry.
Check the official site for location, and times http://aiweiweineversorry.com
Paper Architecture Exhibition in Paris
Paris based designer Mathilde Nivet takes the context of urbanism and the city as the main source of her work, using a pop up 3 dimensional technique throughout her pieces. Super amazing!!
In Ramseur, North Carolina;
Venice Biennale 2012: Russian Pavilion
Curator & Architect Sergi Tchoban has designed the Russian Pavilion for the 2012 Architecture Biennale, broken into 2 parts; “i-city” and “i-land”, which represents Russia’s past and future.
Visitors are given a tablet when they enter, which they can point at any particular code.
they all translate into information on skolkovo – the future science city just outside moscow. Seems very interesting. The codes combined create a beautiful pattern, don’t you agree?
Kindergarten Kekec by Arhitektura Jure Kotnik Located in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Daphne by 24 Degrees Studio, Santorini Greece
House in Kyobate by Naoko Horibe
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