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  • Baroque Museum by Toyo Ito

    Japanese arhitect Toyo Ito designed this Interactive museum that showcases the best of international baroque pieces from Brazil, Cuba, China, Spain, France, United States, Guatemala, Peru, Portugal and 21 museums besides Mexican foundations. More

  • Brunel Museum’s Shaft by Tate Harmer

    Architecture studio Tate Harmer have designed a new entrance hall – or ‘sinking shaft’ for the Brunel museum thar has reopened to the public for the first time in 150 years. Take a look at the complete story below. More

  • Science Museum Research Centre by Coffey Architects

    Coffey Architects have designed the Dana Research Centre and Library with a perforated facade to London’s Science Museum, as part of a major redevelopment that will also include galleries by Muf, Wilkinson Eyre and Zaha Hadid. More

  • Soyoo Joyful Growth Center by Crossboundaries

    Since 2002, the overpopulated city of Zhengzhou has been developing its new financial center, Zhengdong New Area, within China’s Central Plains Economic Region. The area, once dubbed by international media as one of China’s largest “ghost districts”, is where Crossboundaries’ latest completed project – Soyoo Joyful Growth Center, is situated. The building is part of […] More

  • Element House by MOS Architects

    The Element House is a modular home designed to operate independent of public utility services by integrating passive systems that allow for e-generation and off-the-grid living opportunities in virtually any location. The shape of the house is derived from the Fibonacci sequence, which is a describer of developmental patterns in living organisms. This mathematical series was […] More

  • Biesbosch Museum by Studio Marco Vermeulen

    The Biesbosch Museum in Werkendam has undergone an eight-month redesign by Studio Marco Vermeulen and has been finally opened to the public in summer 2015.Take a closer look at the new museum below. More

  • Concrete Extension for the Swiss National Museum by Christ & Gantenbein

    Christ & Gantenbein have designed a new wing for the National Museum in Zurich. Set to open to the public in July 2016, the new wing provides exhibition galleries, an auditorium and a library for the 118-year-old museum, which houses the largest collection of cultural and historical objects in Switzerland. The raw concrete chosen by […] More

  • La Gota Cultural Center and Tobacco Museum by Ramiro Losada and Alberto García

    The La Gota Cultural Center and Tobacco Museum, located in Navalmoral de la Mata, Spain was designed by Ramiro Losada and Alberto García. It is a hybrid building, hosting temporary exhibition spaces, a permanent exhibition for the painter Sofia Feliu and a Tobacco Museum. Take a look at the complete story after the jump. More

  • IMJ tree house by Ifat Finkelman and Deborah Warschawski

    Architects Ifat Finkelman and Deborah Warschawski have teamed up to build a wooden structure around an old pine tree to update a courtyard space at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. Situated at the entrance of the museum’s Wing for Art Education, the IMJ Tree House provides a gathering point for both adult and children visitors. “As […] More

  • Collection Building by MVRDV Architects

    MVRDV architects are working on a new type of cultural venue in Rotterdam, where visitors can experience the art collection, while it is being exhibited within state-of-the-art conservation spaces. It is planned as an extension of the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, located in Rotterdam’s well known Museumpark district. The centuries-old establishment It currently keeps its […] More

  • The Museum of Tomorrow by Santiago Calatrava

    The Museum of Tomorrow, designed by spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, is set to open its doors in rio de janeiro’s puerto maravilha neighborhood. The design of the museum is influenced by local culture and, through its architecture, explores the relationship between the city and the natural environment. It consists of 5,000 square meters of temporary […] More

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