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From sky-high towers to bunker- like bungalows, we glimpse inside over a dozen homes around the world.
Kimihiko Okada miraculously realizes a Hiroshima house ‘with no ground floor,’ while Lukas Lenherr stacked three different housing types into one solid block in Rapperswil-Jona, Switzerland. Meanwhile, architect Rudy Ricciotti pays homage to Jean Cocteau in a museum design. In The Netherlands, Erick van Egeraat tones down his ‘bling bling’ trademark for a strikingly monochromatic extension to the Drents Museum. We speak with Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter – creator of very bold, very Scandinavian projects – and visit OMA’s Milstein Hall, the first new building to open at Cornell AAP in over a century.
New work by: Erick van Egeraat, Behles & Jochimsen, Tato Osaka, Giancarlo Mazzanti, Lussi+Halter, Tomohiro Hata, 24H Architecture, Grasso and Le Quernec, Frank Gehry, Group A, Nord, Kimihiko Okada, Rudy Ricciotti, Lukas Lenherr, Juan Agustin Soza, dmvA, Bedaux de Brouwer, Kadawittfeld, 123DV, Takeshi Hosaka, Vaum Arquitectos, Zanderroth, Architectural, Herzog & de Meuron
Portraits of: TYIN (Trondheim), Reiulf Ramstad (Oslo)