Meanwhile, Los Angeles planning consultant Marcy Goodwin builds bridges between museum clients and their architects. The skyline of Toronto suburb Mississauga is livened with two towering – albeit natural – skyscrapers of Ma Yansong. In Biarritz, the Cité de l’Océan et du Surf is Steven Holl Architects’ vision of how best to view the horizon. Finally, prepare yourself for a cosmic spectacle at Iceland’s new Harpa concert hall, where Henning Larsen and Olafur Eliasson merged forces.
Kazuyasu Kochi, StudioGreenBlue, Zaha Hadid, Hidalgo Hartmann, Assemble, Jonathan Jacques-Belletête, TNA, Future Studio, ITN, Theo Deutinger, Hironaka Ogawa, Heri&Salli, Hideaki Takayanagi, UID, Clavel Arquitectos, Jack Fisk, Kengo Kuma, Colboc Franzen, Studio Velocity, Takeshi Hosaka, Fuhrimann Hächler, Kazuyo Sejima, Toyo Ito
Nieto Sobejano (Madrid), Onishimaki + Hyakudayuki (Tokyo)
- Henning Larsen Architects in Reykjavik: Reykjavik’s new concert hall merges the powers of Henning Larsen and Olafur Eliasson in one cosmic spectacle.
- Estudio Barozzi Veiga in Águilas: The shining white auditorium on the beach of Águilas is a reference point for further urban development.
- Relocated Houses in Shanghai: China’s old rural houses find a second life in the Wendao and Hui Gardens of Shanghai.
- MAD in Mississauga: With the Absolute Towers, Ma Yansong adds some excitement to the skyline of Mississauga.
- Letter from Helsinki: Wastelands and neglected strips of land is what Hella Hernberg likes about Helsinki.
- Steven Holl Architects in Biarritz: The Cité de l’Océan et du Surf in Biarritz is iconic in an experiential way.
- Self-Help for Architects: Are you an architect in crisis? Do not despair. Relief is under way in the form of countless self-help books.
- Marcy Goodwin in Los Angeles: Planning consultant Marcy Goodwin builds bridges between museum clients and their architects.
- L3P Architekten in Oberweningen: Two houses in Oberweningen aim a subtle wink at gabled roofs in the vicinity.
- One-on-one with Thomas Hines (Los Angeles)
- Inflatable steel furniture by Oskar Zieta (Wroclaw)
- Elbphilharmonie facade by Herzog & de Meuron (Hamburg)
- A ‘earth brick’ invention by Atelier Tekuto (Chiba)