Get ready to go green.
In this issue, we explore blurred boundaries between exterior and interior spaces, including Carve and Concrete’s reworking of a square in Amsterdam and a tunnel-like pedestrian bridge by Tobias Rehberger and Schliach Bergemann & Partner. With Junya Ishigami, we examine the possibilities for architecture and nature to converge. Then we head indoors – but to spaces that access or accent the outside world at every opportunity, like Sou Fujimoto’s breathtakingly transparent house in Tokyo and Ryue Nishizawa’s Hiroshi Senju Museum in Karuizawa with its lyrical links to the landscape.
From floating baths to a flamenco school, future thinking from Enota, Oppenheim and others
New interiors by: Snøhetta, Nex, Shingo Masuda, Katsuhisa Otsubo, Yuta Shimada, Tjep., JamesPlumb, Nendo, NCDA, Doshi Levien, Byn Studio, Como Park, Richard Rogers, Alonso Balaguer, Fabio Novembre, Federica Capitani, Aino Kavantera, Preston Scott Cohen, Carmody Groarke, Ector Hoogstad, IDFL, Yi Architects, Audi, Martín Lejarraga, NAF, Suppose, Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance, Spiegel Group, Ippolito Fleitz, Reiulf Ramstad, Workshop of Wonders, March Studio, Foster + Partners, X Architekten
Space: A new Asian hub for the Australian design retailer
Update: Company news from Moroso, Erco, Palau, Vipp, Punkt. and Bolon
Catalogue: A bevy of bathroom beauties