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“Conversations about diversity need to expand to celebrate the work of people of colour”

January 25, 2021 Joseph Henry 0
Sound Advice Now You Know publication

Discussions about racial diversity need to focus on people of colour’s work, not just their background, if we want to make positive change – something that architecture diversity platform Sound Advice is doing in its Now You Know publication, says Joseph Henry. The conversation about diversity needs to expand to celebrate the work and practice of people

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MWAI designs London apartment as if it were a hotel suite

January 25, 2021 Ali Morris 0
Folding desk in Mayfair pied-à-terre interior by Mwai

From a mini-fridge to a folding desk and a concealed make-up mirror, this compact London apartment designed by local firm MWAI features a variety of space-saving solutions. Commissioned by a busy, professional client who works internationally, the architects were asked to transform a 37-square-metre, one-bedroom apartment in a Mayfair mansion block into a minimalist “pied-à-terre”.

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Gallery House / Abin Design Studio

January 25, 2021 Hana Abdel 0

The client of Wall House procured a parcel of land across the street from his home as a parking lot for his vehicles. ADS was approached to provide for a garage structure with staff quarters above. Given its simple program, ADS convinced the client to use this opportunity for doing a lot more and think of how it could give back to the community.

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Nordic Pavilion to Be Transformed into an Experimental Co-Housing Project for the 2021 Venice Biennale 

January 25, 2021 Christele Harrouk 0

The Nordic Pavilion at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale will be transformed into an experimental cohousing project by architects Helen & Hard, supported by a curatorial team from the National Museum of Norway. Responding to the theme of How will we live together? the intervention “will present a framework for designing and building communities based on participation and sharing”.