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Tipología:Cultural centers and exhibition

13.7.2022

BFI

The British Film Institute (BFI) Southbank was originally built beneath the arches of Waterloo Bridge in the 1950s to accommodates the UK’s largest independent cinema house and National Film Archive.
22.6.2022

Gasteig Cultural Center

The Gasteig in Munich, the largest cultural center in Europe, receives almost two million visitors a year and houses a unique combination of programs: a concert hall, an auditorium, educational facilities, and a public library.
4.10.2021

Mumbai Artist Retreat

Why do we continue to build in coastal areas considering the threat, and the reality of rising sea levels? India has a coastline of 7,500 km long and 43% of its 1.28 billion people live in this zone. When there is so much at stake, why would we continue to take the risk to settle here?
18.6.2021

Yabuli Entrepreneurs’ Congress Center

Yabuli Entrepreneurs’ Congress Center, designed by MAD Architects, is nearing completion. Nestled in the snow-covered mountains of Northeastern China, the project was commissioned by the YabuliChina Entrepreneurs Forum (Yabuli CEF), one of China’s most influential business organizations. November 18th to 20th saw the venue’s opening ceremony and its first event, the Yabuli CEF’s 20thannual conference, attended by over 600 entrepreneurs.
7.6.2021

Yoga Garden & Art Gallery Brno

The architecture designed for the Yoga Garden and Art Gallery Brno is the result of a search for a natural and at the same time abstract space. We wished to create a space without the deceitfulness of nostalgia (industrial fake) or false spirituality (exotic cliché). Within our European context yoga, just like architecture, too often succumbs to the false of preconception, which we have attempted to avoid.
10.5.2021

Luma Arles

The LUMA Foundation announces the opening of LUMA Arles on 26 June 2021*, a 27-acre creative campus at the Parc des Ateliers in the city of Arles bringing together artists and innovators of the future.
11.2.2021

Interpretation Centre of Romanesque

Located in the district of Porto, in the Village of Lousada, the Interpretation Centre of Romanesque is located in an area that is an expansion of this village marked by a strong relationship with an urban square called Pra- ça das Pocinhas and with the Senhor dos Aflitos Church - a strong reference in the town center.

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