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Watch: Month in review #051

Watch: Month in review #051


For more information on each of the stories featured in this month’s video news round-up (above), see below.

Tsuruoka House in Tokyo by Kiyoaki Takeda Architects
Inside the Ace Hotel Sydney by Flack Studio.
  • Forest lodge: After an alarming wake-up call, Japanese architect Kiyoaki Takeda set himself a personal challenge: to design a home – for humans – that could also support a thriving ecosystem of plants, insects and wildlife. Read more.
Infinite Majesty by Masquespacio for Roca Tiles.
  • Stylish stay: Once the favoured haunt of brooding artists and musicians, the Saint-André des Arts Hotel in Paris is now a playground for cheerful curves, bold colour and enchanting patterns, ready and awaiting a new generation of movers and shakers. Read more.
‘Types of Spaces’: a temporary exhibit in Logroño, Spain, by Palma + HANGHAR
The Fantales Kitchen by YSG for Laminex.
  • Maze runner: Built with interlocking clay bricks, a procession of small corridors and open-air rooms filled a narrow laneway in Spain for the duration of Concéntrico – the city of Logroño’s annual design and architecture festival. Read more.
Cinéma Le Grand Palais in Cahors by Antonio Virga Architects (Cinema design))
Kengo Kuma’s portico proposal for the Saint-Maurice Cathedral in Angers.
  • Brick flicks: In the French village of Cahors, the team from Antonio Virga Architects partnered locally recognised materials with new ways of thinking to sculpt the glimmering Cinéma Le Grand Palais. Read more.
Egypt Giza Pyramids Exhibition
The Qinchang Village Town Hall precinct by Studio 10.
  • Dune display: The Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt form the ancient backdrop to an epic exhibition of sculptures among the sand – the first presentation of its kind in the site’s 4500-year history. Read more.
Telosa City by BIG
Inside LA’s Hotel June by Studio Collective.
  • Future city: An entirely new city where technology and “human potential” is prioritised might sound like something from a sci-fi movie, but for American entrepreneur Marc Lore and Danish architect Bjarke Ingels it’s a very near reality. Read more.

Step into a brick-and-gold cinema in France plus tour the streets of a future city.

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