Monthly archives: January 2012
Dezeen Wire: the results of a study carried out by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation on behalf of the City of Helsinki has revealed that it would be feasible to construct a new Guggenheim Museum in Finland.
The report proposes that the museum would be built on the waterfront and would have a stong focus on architecture and design, as well as art. More »
Funhouse mirrors are mounted on the gabled ends of this playground pavilion in Copenhagen, as well as behind the doors. More »
Dezeen Wire: artists Studio Job have been forced to amend controversial designs for a fence to a private estate that intentionally resembles the gates of a Nazi concentration camp where over 50,000 people died during World War II - Co.Design
The is the second set of contentious proposals to come from the Netherlands in recent months, following proposals by architects MVRDV for skyscrapers that look like the exploding World Trade Centre on 9/11.
Daylight floods into the reading rooms of this Chilean library though the high level windows of faceted ventilation stacks. More »
The yellow stone and white render walls of this house in the Lithuanian countryside curve around to form a semicircle. More »