For more information on each of the stories featured in this month’s video news round-up (above), see below.
- Industrial connection: The Eulalia warehouse conversion by Burr Studio preserves a fragment of Madrid’s industrial architectural fabric and moulds it to meet the city’s new demands. Read more.
- Treasure trove: Designed by M2R, the Bamiyan Cultural Centre is tasked with safeguarding historical Afghan artefacts and promoting new social and cultural developments. Read more.
- Moving in: The new Olson Kundig office in Midtown Manhattan allows the Seattle-headquartered architects to share their Pacific Northwest design ethos with New York City. Read more.
- Colour bomb: Known for her deft use of delicious colour, Paris-based architect India Mahdavi has designed a collection of hypnotic homewares for Swedish clothing giant H&M. Read more.
- Storage central: Swedish brand Hem has partnered with the Formafantasma design office to create T Shelf, an aluminium shelving system born from sustainable manufacturing practices. Read more.
- Imagination station: The Dreamscape residence in Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City cocoons an effervescent collection of furniture and art within its unconventional, cloud-like walls. Read more.
Wander the Eulalia warehouse conversion in Madrid then soak up the colours of India Mahdavi’s new wares.