Key Words The Archives

Tuesday 20 March, 2012

Imperfect Health / Giovanna Borasi & Mirko Zardini

Get Fit. Lose Weight. Be a Better YOU. Slogans like these constantly inundate us across media sources, and the premise is always the same: a healthy body is sexy, desirable, better. The opposite is similarly true: if you’re fat or obese,  you aren’t just unhealthy, you’re sick. You need to be ‘cured.’


Monday 09 January, 2012

6 Updated Fireplace Accessories

When we think “fireplace,” a few key words come to mind: cozy. warm. rustic. Lately, though, a renewed interest in minimalist design has brought forth a few new variations on the theme; today’s roundup of updated fireplace accessories includes a host of screens, matchstick holders, hearth gloves and pokers that seem more at home in […]


Monday 09 January, 2012

6 Updated Fireplace Accessories

When we think “fireplace,” a few key words come to mind: cozy. warm. rustic. Lately, though, a renewed interest in minimalist design has brought forth a few new variations on the theme; today’s roundup of updated fireplace accessories includes a host of screens, matchstick holders, hearth gloves and pokers that seem more at home in […]


Wednesday 21 December, 2011

Secondary School Miranda de Ebro / Virai Arquitectos

© Jose Manuel Cutillas Architects: Virai Arquitectos Location: Calle de Francia, Miranda de Ebro, Spain. Completion: 2009 Client: Consejeria de Educación de Castilla León Area: 2,500 sqm Cost: 1,910,000 euros Design Team: Marta Parra, Juan Manuel Herranz Photographer: Jose Manuel Cutillas


Tuesday 02 February, 2010

Sweden Pavilion for Shanghai World Expo 2010

As the key words “Sustainability, Innovation and Communication” cornerstones, the Swedish Pavilion, designed by SWECO, showcases how the nation’s spirit of innovation solves problems, improves the urban environment and living standards, and demonstrates the importance of communication under the new technology situation.


Tuesday 02 February, 2010

Sweden Pavilion for Shanghai World Expo 2010

As the key words “Sustainability, Innovation and Communication” cornerstones, the Swedish Pavilion, designed by SWECO, showcases how the nation’s spirit of innovation solves problems, improves the urban environment and living standards, and demonstrates the importance of communication under the new technology situation.