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before + after: Design Museum

Richard Chivers looks retrospectively under the skin of the new Design Museum. An experienced architectural photographer’s approach to a building site reveals images that warmly complement the completed building set.   ©Richard Chivers  

Welcome Raimund Koch ! !

We are very pleased that we have a new photographer based in New York, Raimund Koch. We look forward to working with him and absorbing some of his back catalogue… followed by his recent work. His first project upload is Herzog & de Meuron’s 2005 Walker Art Gallery in Minneapolis. You see all his current… Read more »

VIΛ 57 Manhattan

VIΛ 57 West, designed by BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group for the Durst Organization, introduces a new typology to New York City: the Courtscraper. VIΛ occupies nearly a full city block at the corner of West 57th Street and the West Side Highway, with uninterrupted views towards the Hudson River Park and the waterfront. The Courtscraper is… Read more »

Series “Zelfbouw”

Zelfbouw, meaning ‘self-build’ in Dutch, is a current planning trend in The Netherlands. While there have always been people building their own homes, zelfbouw has been actively promoted over the past few years. Responding to the financial and real estate crises, large developers are being kept out of the loop in urban expansion plans all… Read more »

ENOUGH house

Enough House is built to accommodate architectural interns at the studios of renowned Canadian architect Brian MacKay-Lyons. The core-ten building explores the idea of both providing and using just “enough” for responsible living in the modern age. ©James Brittain    enough