INTERNATIONAL ARCHITECTURE DAY 10·10·2019
One century after being founded, “The Bauhaus Association” commemorates the German school that laid the foundations for modern design with a big array of activities.
An extensive cultural programme which rediscovers the historical legacy of the Bauhaus, championing its influence in our present and future.
The Valencian capital prevailed in the final duel with Bangalore (India) because of its Mediterranean vision and dissemination of design as a tool for improving communication and quality of life.
A capital status which is enhanced by great Valencian talent, and a magnificent cultural and museum offer.
The British Architects of Air studio showcases this itinerant sculpture which immerses visitors into a world of light and sound effects.
Daedalum, the most pictorial luminaire of the more than seven that the company makes, was present at the Greenwich + Docklands International Festival, where it was positioned as the new architecture phenomenon for the experience.
Hoppen analyses her extensive career with the Lifestyle magazine, with which she has an interesting meeting at the Only You Hotel in Madrid.
The change in the mobility system and the sustainable initiatives developed by the EU have led to the bicycle boom, one of the most used means of transport in Europe. Among the European cities that use this type of vehicle the most, it is worth mentioning Holland (71% of the population), Finland (57%) and Denmark (56% of the population).
The architect and cultural manager is leading an edition of Open House Madrid, a festival which makes architecture accessible to citizens. More than 800 volunteers will act as a cultural guide for an event which opens about 100 urban spaces to the public in Madrid; it is attended by more than 60.000 people every year.
The ‘Crystal Houses’ by MVRDV house a new tenant: the prestigious French fashion and accessories company.
A renewed and futuristic commercial image in Pieter Cornelisz Hooftstraat, the ‘golden mile’ in the capital of Holland. Both surprising and mimetic with the environment.
Known as ‘The Manhattan of the Meuse’, this city welcomes, exhibits and tries out the new artistic trends in each of it different areas.
The 50 artworks on show here are interactive and change according to the presentation carried out by the 520 computers and the 470 projectors in the room. Located on the Japanese island of Odaiba, this space is the result of work done by the artistic group, TeamLab Borderless and the MORI Building company.
Although it is right in the centre of Madrid, this exposition is like a private place where one can find the very latest in technology, science, medicine, games and animation.
The interior designer, Carlos Serra, oversees the Pelayo Gastro-Trinquet project, a space which combines tradition and gastro-fusion led by the chef, Pablo Margós. A new temple of Valencian gastronomy with 150 years of history.
The Antireality study creates unique homes based on abstract ideas of reality. Hardly materialisable ideas but they open new possibilities for contemporary architecture.