Ivanka reinterpreted Ottoman architecture patterns for Budapest historical bath that was extended and renovated to provide a stunning view on the Danube river.
At Miami Art Basel, Moroso and Marina Abramovic strengthened their collaboration with performances featuring design projects by Daniel Libeskind and presented a “Portal” chair by Patricia Urquiola.
Inspired by 3D modeling, Zsanett Benedek and Dániel Lakos created LOGIFACES, a three dimensional concrete puzzle to challenge architects and geeks with one simple rule: create a continuous surface by placing the prisms next to each other.
Chile Pavilion at Venice Architecture Biennale is centred around a standing isolated large-concrete panel as a symbol of the country political history and as the housestock unit representing the absorption of modernity in the past 100 years.
What happens to regime architecture built in name of modernity? The Dominican Republic pavilion at Venice Biennale hosts an exhibition about how the site of a fair wanted by dictator Trujillo came back to life after a propaganda hungover.
IVANKA presented “Rainhouse – The Water of Life” a revolutionary project developed to harvest and filter rain and turn it into the highest quality drinking water thanks through a special concrete developed by the Hungarian brand.
The short film TROLL – THE VOLUNTARY RUIN by Andreas Angelidakis narrates the story of Chara, Athen’s iconic modernist building. The movie explains in a surreal yet touching way the development and decline of the Greek capital through an architectural point of view.