Every week, L’Architecture d’Aujourd’hui selects a sample of articles in the international press. Architecture, urban planning, design, competitions, exhibitions… Here’s a glance at the latest news. Enjoy!
April 30 to May 6, 2016
Renewing with the practice of architectural drawing, Norwegian architects from Vardehaugen office draw their future projects on scale 1: 1. Discover the results on Slate.
After 8 years of renovation, the Yale Center for British Art, designed by Louis Kahn, will reopen on May 11th. At this occasion, read the history of the museum and its architecture on the New York Times website.
Belgian agency Close to Bone delivered an outstanding watchtower, in the form of a gravity-defying staircase in the middle of the Flemish countryside. A project showcased on Curbed.
Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama set up 1.300 mirrored balls in the pond of the Philip Johnson’s Glass House. See the pictures on The Architects Newspaper.
A collective of designers and artists in New York are hoping to transform a shipping barge into a verdant farm floating on the Hudson, via Co-Exist.