Tuesday 29 July, 2014

Unwind with Panacea Steam Bath by Tyl



Nothing feels as good as relaxing after a long, hard day. A heavy work schedule, unbelievable deadlines, and stiff competition can make you feel like youíą€Â™re losing your sanity. When you have something to look forward to at the end of the day, you can breeze through without stress or worry. The Panacea Steam Bath by Tyl탶 is a perfect escape, a sanctuary to recharge your batteries after a long day. It is something you can look forward to.

 

Monday 28 July, 2014

Mothersill / Bates Masi Architects



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Monday 28 July, 2014

ESO Headquarters Extension / Auer Weber



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Monday 28 July, 2014

Les Quinconces Cultural Center / Babin+Renaud



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Monday 28 July, 2014

Hangar XS / Ecker Architekten



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Monday 28 July, 2014

Modernism in the Arab World: Bahrain’s Pavilion at the Venice Biennale



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Monday 28 July, 2014

Escribenta House / Emilio RodrĂ­guez Blanco



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Monday 28 July, 2014

MAD Architects + Studio Gang Selected for Chicago’s George Lucas Museum



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Monday 28 July, 2014

AS67 Student Housing / LoT



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Monday 28 July, 2014

AD Interviews: Pedro Alonso, Curator of the Chilean Pavilion at the 2014 Venice Biennale



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We had the chance to sit down with Pedro Alonso, one of the curators of the Chilean pavilion “Monolith Controversies,” at the 2014 Venice Biennale, to learn more about the concept and inspiration behind the Silver Lion-winning pavilion. “We were interested in demonstrating that architects didn’t absorb modernity, but rather, they supplied it. The ones who absorbed it were the workers and the people,” Alonso told us, outside of a replica of a Chilean apartment – the entrance to the Pavilion. “The absorption of modernity has to do with the pieces we are exhibiting. For example, this apartment, the apartment of Mrs. Silvia GutiĂ©rrez in Viña del Mar, which is an exact replica – object by object- of the 518 things that make up her living room.”

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