The COVID-19 pandemic has turned hotels, public parks and sports halls into health centres and healthcare architects are studying new construction formulas based on sustainable materials, industrialised structures and flexible design.
Architects have done more than change the way we construct and inhabit cities: they’ve changed how we live in them too. We can see evidence of such transformations in their works, many of which have defined the history of contemporary architecture.
Young designers Álex Selma and Clara del Portillo have turned their passion into a business and their creations have won awards including WallPaper Design, Red Dot Design and the iF Design Award.
The healthcare emergency caused by the coronavirus has resulted in a strong and coordinated collective response. Artists, creators, designers, entrepreneurs and volunteers have mobilised to help those who need it most with a series of initiatives ranging from the design, production and distribution of masks or visors, to the creation of collaborative platforms where solutions to the pandemic are shared.
The living room or the master bedroom can become the best cinema. All you need is a big screen and a decent sound system, and you can sit in your armchair or on your sofa to enjoy the cinematic entertainment. To do this, the Lifestyle Magazine team has put together a movie season with some of those must-see films.
Culture has become our best ally in coping with COVID-19. Films, books and music take us away from the daily onslaught of information and show us that other reality as designed by architects like Frank Lloyd, Norman Foster and Zaha Hadid in each of their works. Many of them have been eternalised through cinema or documentaries. In this article we show you some of the cinematographic relics that you must see during this quarantine.
Now that much of our activity takes place at home, it’s the perfect time to finish those things you started one day, to resume the hobbies you neglected because of a lack of time or to review the decoration of your home, rearranging its contents. In the following article we’ll share with you some fascinating Instagram accounts that will inspire you to rediscover your home without leaving it.
It is time to stop. Time to take a break to enjoy the now and work on your creativity. These visual resources have made their way into homes to inspire professionals in architecture, interior design and design. Just the break you needed to fall in love, once more, with this profession.
The founders of Grafton Architects have reached the highest award in architecture because of their cosmopolitan, brutalist style, in which every building establishes a direct connection with the natural, sociological, and cultural environment; uniting people with the urban core.
Irene Echeverría, Elisa López, Macarena Gea and Virginia López have turned social networks into their best portfolio. Their way of communicating and explaining contemporary interior design has enabled them to strengthen their personal brands through a community of followers who interact, supporting and sharing each of their projects, so that they serve as inspiration for new generations.
The United Arab Emirates starts its countdown to Expo 2020 Dubai. The global exhibition,…