Peter Barber’s residential buildings in London create continuity with the picturesque historic urban fabric, combining aesthetics and ethics in an original way.
The moratorium on new construction is one of the most attention-grabbing manifestos in the field of architecture in recent years. Architect Charlotte Malterre-Barthes, its initiator, explains what the initiative is actually about.
In Serlachius Art Sauna, Architects Created a “Choreography of Spaces and Temperatures” for the Visitor
We asked the architects of the Serlachius Art Sauna how they approached the design task.
The latest addition to the Meilahti hospital campus has been fitted to a tight spot, yet it benefits from the stunning sea views.
We asked the staff members working at Meilahti’s new Bridge Hospital how they have settled in the new facilities.
“Everything is Incredibly Beautiful” – Hospital Nova is a Well-Functioning Working Environment, Say Users
We asked the staff members working at Hospital Nova of Central Finland how have they settled in the new facilities.
“We Were Involved in Every Design Meeting”, Says the Director on the Myllypuro Senior Centre Design Process
We asked the Director of the Myllypuro Senior Centre how the everyday life has settled in the repurposed building.