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The Story of Containers and its Boundless Architectural Spectacle

29/01/2020 architecture & interior

Containers: From The Docks To An Architectural Spectacle

Behind the pioneer that created the freight container and transformed hauling forever, we explore how Malcom Purcell McLean's idea changed the world and went on to become a crucial part of contemporary architecture.
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Livable Minimalism Meets Layers of History

09/01/2020 architecture & interior

Livable Minimalism Meets Layers of History

Whatever the secret is to Arquitectura-G’s particular brand of livable minimalism, it is growing ever more popular with clients both locally and internationally. Featured in our The Home Upgrade book, we delve into the Barcelona-based architecture studio.
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A Day Below Stockholm

08/01/2020 architecture & interior visual culture

A Day Below Stockholm

For nearly six decades, Stockholm’s metro art installations have worked as a social experiment to its commuters and tourists. David Altrath guides us into the majestic tunnels and cave-like flux that forms one of the world’s most unique transit systems.
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Inside Ricardo Bofill’s Fortress and Muse Cement Factory

05/12/2019 architecture & interior

Inside Ricardo Bofill’s Muse and Fortress Cement Factory

Born on December 5, 1939, today marks his 80th birthday and an opportunity to reflect on a legacy that includes radical ideas, an architectural philosophy geared toward community, and utopian intentions that still influence humankind today.
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Ushering Modernism Into A 15th-Century Italian Home, photo by Davide Galli

27/11/2019 architecture & interior

Ushering Modernism Into A 15th-Century Italian Home

Italian collective Archiplan has been innovators of renovating historic structures in their homeland, but these particular commissions is a masterpiece that conveys the legacy of the Renaissance Gonzaga rulers that made this region famous.
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The Art Of Mediterranean Modernism Through The Guise Of Andrew Trotter

01/11/2019 architecture & interior visual culture

The Art Of Mediterranean Modernism Through The Guise Of Andrew Trotter

From starting a boutique store nearly a decade ago to founding Openhouse Magazine, Andrew Trotter reflects on his journey so far and discusses his first architectural commission Masseria Moroseta.
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