Architect Linda Taalman shows two sustainable houses she designed, along Pionneertown’s outskirts, while art collector Jerry Sohn reveals three spiritual pavilions.
Then Issue #46 visits two houses designed by Jun Igarashi in Hokkaido, stops in with 3D-printing visionary Enrico Dini in Pisa, and heads to a floating school by NLÉ in Lagos before talking to Álvaro Siza Vieira in Porto about his reading habits.
Bierman Henket, Bolles+Wilson, Bernaskoni, John Körmeling, Leeton Pointon, Schneider+Schumacher, Norisada Maeda Atelier, Alex McDowell, Henning Larsen, Atelier TeamMinus, World Map, DMVA & A3, AP Atelier, Storp Weber, Neutelings Riedijk, Rudy Ricciotti, Zaha Hadid
- Introduction: Pioneertown, California
- Taalman Koch Architecture: Linda Taalman built herself an unplugged weekend home that has inspired others to do the same.
- Taalman Koch Architecture: Kyle Laughlin commissioned Taalman Koch to design a small prefab home with minimal impact on the landscape.
- Arata Isozaki: Art collector Jerry Sohn has three Arata Isozaki-designed pavilions for meditation or daydreaming.
- Boyd Wilson: Magdalen Boyd-Wilson let her retreat disappear into the landscape.
- Jun Igarashi in Hokkaido: Jun Igarashi's two new houses testify to the ongoing development of his architecture.
- Lyons in Melbourne: Lyons is doing the most intriguing things with the city's institutional buildings.
- Enrico Dini in Pisa: Visionary 3D-printing pioneer Enrico Dini explains hot properly colonize a planet
- Níall McLaughlin in London: for McLaughlin, every job is a fresh challange
- Speech in Berlin: Sergei Tchoban designed a museum for the display of his collection of architectural drawings.
- March in New York: March turns rendering into an art form.
- Adrian Streich in Dulliken: Adrian Streich Architects converted an industrial monument into an apartment complex.
- Diederendirrix in Eindhoven: Diederendirrix converted an old Philips factory into an apartment building.
- Álvaro Siza Vieira in Porto: In a novel, characters sometimes take over the story. A similar thing can happen in architecture.