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Sebastian Weiss photographs Ricardo Bofill’s “delightfully confusing” La Muralla Roja

August 14, 2020 Tom Ravenscroft 0
Sebastian Weiss photographs Ricardo Bofill's La Muralla Roja

Architectural photographer Sebastian Weiss has captured the brightly coloured La Muralla Roja housing estate designed by Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill in his latest photo series. Weiss decided to photograph the Calpe housing estate La Muralla Roja, which translates into English as the Red Wall, after seeing the building in a monograph published to celebrate Bofill’s

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ARC Club is a London co-working space for people wanting to escape working from home

August 14, 2020 Natasha Levy 0
ARC Club co-working office in Homerton, London designed by Caro Lundin

Architect Caro Lundin took a less-is-more approach for the creation of ARC Club, a fuss-free co-working space in east London for those struggling to work from home during the coronavirus pandemic. It took just six weeks for Lundin and her self-titled studio to complete ARC Club, which takes over a formerly characterless retail unit in

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Shelter, Care and Gathering: 10 Architecture Projects Designed for Women

August 14, 2020 Susanna Moreira 0

Although many countries have laws establishing equal rights for men and women, gender inequality and all its consequences are still experienced every day by girls and women all around the world. The patriarchal system, rooted in many societies over the centuries, has been responsible for inequality of power between the genders which, in the most extreme cases, results in violence and femicide.

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Detroit to Launch 10th Annual Month of Design

August 14, 2020 Eric Baldwin 0

Design Core Detroit is launching the 10th annual Detroit Month of Design in September. The event will recognize Detroit’s designation as the first and only UNESCO City of Design in the United States, and will include more than 175 participants presenting over 65 events and special projects. The programming will explore design solutions to the challenges faced by Detroit and the global community since the start of 2020.

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Charles Correa’s 1955 Master Thesis Uses Animated Film to Explain Public Participation in Urban Processes

August 14, 2020 Andreea Cutieru 0

Charles Correa Foundation has recently released several snippets of ‘You & Your Neighbourhood’, Charles Correa’s 1955 Master Thesis at MIT, an animation film for which the architect was scriptwriter, animator, photographer and director. The thesis put forward the idea of a participatory process for the betterment of neighbourhoods, with a strong emphasis on creating a framework for improving urban conditions in a bottom-up approach.