“To “make” is now to produce temporal, transformable, editable and self-replicating entities capable of having an equally rich life in the digital environment as they have enjoyed in the physical environment.”
We knew that a cadre of famed Japanese architects were unhappy with Zaha Hadid's design for the 2020 Olympic Stadium in Tokyo. But we didn't quite realize how pissed they really are: A petition to stop the project, started by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Tokyo Ito, already has nearly 14,000 signatures.
Beyond the World Cup stadiums, architecture in Brazil returns to glory Los Angeles Times But in the background, a renaissance of Brazil's heroic-minded and intellectual architecture is taking place, after decades of lying dormant.
From a small temporary bar in Porto, to a Pedestrian Escalator in Montemor-o-Velho and a large Arts Centre near Chaves, the featured projects in our report of the most recent architectural undertakings in Portugal vary as much in scale as in agenda.
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