Konstantin Ikonomidis’ Qaammat pavilion celebrates and promotes the Inuit intangible cultural heritage and traditional knowledge of the environment.
How does the landscapes shape the architecture? The Irreplaceable Landscapes exhibition at Copenhagen DAC Museum narrates four of Dorte Mandrup’s most audacious projects dealing with natural environments threatened by Climate Change.
Dorte Mandrup’s partially submerged Icefjord Centre in Greenland offers a breathtaking view on one of the most active glaciers on the planet. The project is on show at Venice Biennale with an exhibition which recreates the sounds and the colours of Arctic wilderness.
From 1959 Revolution to the Cold war and 2008 financial breakdown: the history of Cuba seen from the endangered architecture of the National Art Schools in Havana.
Belem Lima intersected black-cladded volumes for Alves de Sousa winery to respect the unique landscape of a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Northern Portugal.
Mont Saint Michel returns to its true island’s status: the new jetty and causeway by Dietmar Feichtinger Architectes blend into the landscape until disappearing and give the impression to walk on water during high tide.