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#361 Bolueta Passive Tower, Bilbao, Spain. Architect: Varquitectos , 2018.

Link to image Link to Set In 2012 VArquitectos won the architectural competition for the design and project management of 361 housing units. The building was designed to be efficient but was far from complying with the Passive House standard. The heating and hot water generation were meant to be provided by district heating, for… Read more »

Moritzkirche, Augsburg, Germany. Architect: John Pawson, 2013.

Link to image Link to Set The church of St Moritz has been through many changes since its foundation nearly a thousand years ago. Devastating fires, changes in liturgical practice, aesthetic evolution and wartime bombing have each left their mark on the fabric of the building. The purpose of this latest intervention has been to… Read more »

Moritzkirche, Augsburg, Germany. Architect: John Pawson, 2013.

Link to image Link to Set The church of St Moritz has been through many changes since its foundation nearly a thousand years ago. Devastating fires, changes in liturgical practice, aesthetic evolution and wartime bombing have each left their mark on the fabric of the building. The purpose of this latest intervention has been to… Read more »

Moritzkirche, Augsburg, Germany. Architect: John Pawson, 2013.

Link to image Link to Set The church of St Moritz has been through many changes since its foundation nearly a thousand years ago. Devastating fires, changes in liturgical practice, aesthetic evolution and wartime bombing have each left their mark on the fabric of the building. The purpose of this latest intervention has been to… Read more »

Moritzkirche, Augsburg, Germany. Architect: John Pawson, 2013.

Link to image Link to Set The church of St Moritz has been through many changes since its foundation nearly a thousand years ago. Devastating fires, changes in liturgical practice, aesthetic evolution and wartime bombing have each left their mark on the fabric of the building. The purpose of this latest intervention has been to… Read more »