National Center for the Arts
The warped roofs formed by braiding innumerable sticks and stems of bamboo together are supported by steel pilotis that raise the building over a swamp and paddy field.
In a gesture that highlights the Oslo Opera House built by Snøhetta and the urban area at its podium, the future museum will not just host the work of the Norwegian painter, but it will also play an important role as a cohesive element in the city an
The National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts (Wei-Wu-Ying) symbolizes the huge transformation of the Taiwanese city of Kaohsiung over the last years. The city is China’s second largest in size and importance after the capital Taipei, with a population
Located in a forest reserve, the building is drawn up as an artificial mountain of modules of different heights that adapt to the program and seek natural light permitting future growths through the repetition of this pattern.
The project consists of a vast circular roof that levitates gently and meets the height of the treetops surrounding the building; a series of perforations let natural top light pass through, as does the dense and generous foliage of the park. The roo
La búsqueda de la flexibilidad de uso y la aplicación de estrategias bioclimáticas han definido la geometría del edificio, construido con sistemas industrializados.
In 1538, after the Protestant reformation in Denmark, Bagsværd Church was demolished per order of the king to use its stones in the refurbishment of the bishop’s old palace, where Lutheran theology would be imparted. Four centuries later, in 1969, th
The south american postwar has little to do with the European one. Whereas the Old World bore witness to a return to the basic and biblical religiousness – in a society shaken to its foundations and in need of a new Christian humanism after the hecat
The church of Atlántida displays a special and rare character for the moment in which it was built: like the projects of the heroic Modern Move - ment, it is a project born from need. It is also the answer of an engineer experienced in the construc -