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Topics for BAU 2015: DETAIL research FORUM Building the Future

"Building the Future" - DETAIL research's event series at BAU 2015

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Architecture | News | Magazine 11/2014

Sheltered view: Holiday home in Vietnam

Why have walls when you can do without? This house, known as the Tent because of its shape, was built using local techniques and is self-supporting.

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Architecture | News

Coursed stone: Radio station in the Himalayas

Offering closed-off facades that provide shelter from the wind, the Himalesque radio broadcasting station blends in perfectly with its surroundings.

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Architecture | News

Futuristic food shopping: Market Hall by MVRDV in Rotterdam

The new 'Markthal' by MVRDV in Rotterdam combines a covered food market and housing development in an innovative arch-shaped solution.

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Architecture | News

The results are in: BMW Group FIZ Competition

The winners of the international competition for the expansion to the BMW Group’s Research and Innovation Centre (FIZ) have been decided.

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Architecture | News

Almost completed: The new Central Railway Station in Vienna's Belvedere district

Its Austrias most prominent construction site - and the biggest one. In December, the first long distance train is to stopp in Central Station.

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Architecture | News

Urban recreation: Weekend house in São Paulo

Pool, conservatory, garden: the three main functions of a weekend house have been distributed over vertically stacked volumes of in-situ concrete.

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Architecture | Topics | Magazine 7+8/2014

Playful dialogue: Community centre in South Tyrol

Natural stone and untreated pine wood: These robust and tradition-imbued materials at the new community centre in St. Martin merge in with the Alpine character of the village.

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Architecture | Topics | Magazine 7+8/2014

Vertical accentuation: Rotsee Finish Line Tower

The Finish Line Tower ("Zielturm") for rowing regattas at Lake Rotsee, Switzerland, offers a relief-like façade and subtle offsets in its three levels.

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Architecture | Topics | Magazine 4/2014

Elastic Perspective: Staircase Walkway by NEXT architects

For the inhabitants of Carnisselande, a walkable circular stairway makes the contradiction between the near but so far city visible and physically experienceable.

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