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  • ARCHISCENE Talks with Finkernagel Ross about their Belgravia Mews House Project

    ARCHISCENE Talks with Finkernagel Ross about their Belgravia Mews House Project

    International architecture and interiors practice Finkernagel Ross has transformed a Belgravia Mews House into a modern, stylish, space-efficient home for a family of four who travels between Asia and London. We talked to Catherine Finkernagel, Director of Finkernagel Ross, about the inspiration behind the project, the design process and the project highlights. Discover more after […] More

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  • ARCHISCENE Talks to Juliette Thomas from JULIETTES INTERIORS

    Juliette Thomas sits down to talk with ARCHISCENE about her two standout projects – a striking South of France vacation home, as well as the modern Windsor Townhouse. In addition to analysing the projects in depth, we talk with Juliette also about dos and don’ts in interior design, and the beginning of Juliettes Interiors as […] More

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  • ARCHISCENE Talks With KCAP About Their Sewoon Grounds Project in Seoul, South Korea

    ARCHISCENE Talks With KCAP About Their Sewoon Grounds Project in Seoul, South Korea

    KCAP have updated their winning design for the Sewoon Grounds project in Seoul, South Korea. The redevelopment project aims to transform Sewoon District #4 into a sustainable mixed-use area including offices, retail, and urban industry. The design proposes a dynamic multi-dimensional district that enhances the urban quality and provides harmonic integration with the unique historical […] More

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  • Garden Furniture Trends in 2022

    Garden Furniture Trends in 2022

    If you’re planning a garden refresh before the summer really kicks off this year, take a look at this list of garden furniture trends for 2022.

  • Louny Municipal Swimming Hall by dkarchitekti

    The swimming building is closed on three sides so that it can open widely to the south into a public space – a small park – and thus allow a random passer-by to view its interior.

  • Jinghe New City Culture & Art Centre designed by Zaha Hadid Architects

    Jinghe New City Culture & Art Centre designed by Zaha Hadid Architects

    The centre’s design intertwines with the city’s existing urban masterplan to connect the new multimedia library to the north of Jinghe Avenue with the new performing arts theatre, multi-function halls, studios and exhibition galleries to the south via elevated courtyards, gardens and paths that span the avenue’s eight lanes of traffic below

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