Beaming blue amongst the trees of Kensington Gardens in Hyde Park is the 2017 Serpentine Pavilion by chosen Berlin-based Architect Diébédo Francis Kéré.Read More
Stairs. Rarely does this word spark excitement. Sometimes if you are lucky, these passages to other levels create memorable journeys, other times, it's just about getting from point A to point B. The latter is when we ask the question "…where's the elevator?"Read More
M83 Inspires Architectural Photography. Danish photographer Kim Holtermand captures the simplicity of Church of the Holy Cross in Denmark with inspiration from M83, Sigur Ros & Max Richter.Read More
Bocci - we're not talking about the great Italian game similar to lawn bowling (Bocce) or the delicious chocolates, we're talking about the Canadian design and manufacturing company who landed themselves a fantastic 2,200 m2 historic courthouse in Berlin, Germany to act as their European headquarters, showroom and archive.Read More
Once the largest radio broadcasting sites in the world, Funkhaus was built in 1951 by famous Bauhaus architect Franz Ehrlich. It is one of the most exceptional purpose-built recording complexes in the world and is world-renowned for its unique acoustics. This building is a great resource for anyone interested in Berlin history and architecture.Read More
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