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London Assembly calls on architects to design for a circular economy

October 15, 2019 India Block 0
Design for a Circular Economy

The UK’s London Assembly has published a primer calling on property developers and architects to design for a circular economy, with ideas such as rental furnishing and using blockchain technology. Called Design for a Circular Economy, the document was published yesterday with a call to action for London’s architects, along with a guide to the

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Dezeen Awards 2019 architecture category winners revealed

October 15, 2019 Rebecca Grove 0
Star Engineers Factory and Administrative Building by Studio VDGA

The 10 winning architecture projects for Dezeen Awards 2019 have been revealed. They include a cultural centre overlooking the Persian Gulf and a locomotive shed that has been transformed into a public library. After being reviewed by our jury of 25 leading international architects, the winners were decided by a master jury made up of

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Cambodian school with a modular gridded facade is for the whole village to use

October 15, 2019 Jon Astbury 0
Adventurous Global School by Orient Occident Atelier

An interchangeable steel grid of windows, shelves and lockers surrounds a school in Sneung, Cambodia, designed by Orient Occident Atelier to be a flexible community space. Built for local NGO Adventurous Global School, the structure provides a set of classrooms spaces that can be used by the entire village. Orient Occident Atelier  made the school’s construction into

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South Korean clinic designed to promote “bond of sympathy” between patients

October 15, 2019 Ali Morris 0
Aeichi Korean Medical Clinic By Seog Be Seog

Seoul studio By Seog Be Seog uses a palette of warm materials and soothing colours to create a feeling of familiarity within the Aeichi Korean Medical Clinic in South Korea. Jun-woong Seog, founder of design studio By Seog Be Seog, wanted to create an interior where patients could feel relaxed and able to talk openly about

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