Bathing Pavilion in Tussols-Basil

Set in an extensive park, the pavilion is slightly curved on plan, reflecting the course of the nearby river and the contours of the hillside to the rear.

Citizens Plan Their Own Town - The Outcome of Co-operative Planning: a Project Realized for the EXPO

Compositional Transport Structures between Serialization and Individuality: the EXPO Urban-Rail Platforms for the D-South Line in Hannover

Frankfurt am Main: Life along the River

Jubilee Line Stations, London

Calligraphy in Stone - Cal├žada Portuguesa

Tate Modern in London

The huge Bankside Power Station, built in 1945 by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, has been converted by Herzog & de Meuron to house the Tate Gallery’s collection of...

Developing the City Undogmatically - an Interview with Adriaan Geuze

Having the People On: Public Space and New Urban Planning