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The Wave art gallery in China is wrapped by aluminium scales

September 29, 2020 Lizzie Crook 0
The Wave by Lacime Architects in Tianjin, China

Shanghai-based studio Lacime Architects has completed The Wave gallery on the coast of Tianjin, China, which is clad in thousands of aluminium tiles and resembles a giant surge of water. The Wave encompasses 3563 square metres and was designed by Lacime Architects for Shimao as a cultural hub within the Binhai New Area district. Its

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The Wave art gallery in China is wrapped by aluminium scales

September 29, 2020 Lizzie Crook 0
The Wave by Lacime Architects in Tianjin, China

Shanghai-based studio Lacime Architects has completed The Wave gallery on the coast of Tianjin, China, which is clad in thousands of aluminium tiles and resembles a giant surge of water. The Wave encompasses 3563 square metres and was designed by Lacime Architects for Shimao as a cultural hub within the Binhai New Area district. Its

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Studio VDGA lines office in India with curving walls of honeycomb cardboard

September 29, 2020 India Block 0
Walls of of Office in Cardboard by Studio VDGA in Pune, India

Architecture practice Studio VDGA has renovated an office in Pune, India, with partition walls made from cardboard and MDF. Located in the Pimpri Chinchwad district, the four-storey office for 100 people has been given a recyclable fit-out. Called Office in Cardboard, the project has been shortlisted for Dezeen Awards 2020 in the large workspace interior

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Studio VDGA lines office in India with curving walls of honeycomb cardboard

September 29, 2020 India Block 0
Walls of of Office in Cardboard by Studio VDGA in Pune, India

Architecture practice Studio VDGA has renovated an office in Pune, India, with partition walls made from cardboard and MDF. Located in the Pimpri Chinchwad district, the four-storey office for 100 people has been given a recyclable fit-out. Called Office in Cardboard, the project has been shortlisted for Dezeen Awards 2020 in the large workspace interior

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What’s the Collaborative Network Behind the Process of Building?

September 29, 2020 Pola Mora 0

The process of building and construction involves many different stages, starting from the very first ideas and drawings until the building is finally ready to be occupied. Throughout this process, the architect will work with the client and a range of different parties, from consultants to contractors and investors. Often, they may also partner with other architecture offices in order to join forces and gain experience.