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RCR

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Soulages Museum . Rodez

RCR . Soulages Museum . Rodez (1)

RCR Arquitectes . Passelac & Roques Architectes . photos: © Kevin Dolmaire . © Patrice Thebault . © Studio Fegari . © Pep Sau . © Cedric Meravilles

A museum for Soulages, the French painter of “light” who has inspired us so often was –and still is- a cherished dream. In the town of his birth. Soulages can be seen for what he is: his approach, his attitude and his involvement. Forail, boulevard and backbone for a topography that overlooks the surrounding countryside and the distant mountains, is to be his place. Continue reading RCR

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MVRDV

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Seoullo 7017 Skygarden . Seoul

mvrdv . Seoullo 7017 Skygarden . Seoul (1)

MVRDV . photos: © Ossip van Duivenbode

Located in the heart of Seoul, a true plant village has been realised on a former inner city highway in an ever-changing urban area accommodating the biggest variety of Korean plant species and transforming it into a public 983-metre long park gathering 50 families of plants including trees, shrubs and flowers displayed in 645 tree pots, collecting around 228 species and sub-species. In total, the park will include 24,000 plants (trees, shrubs and flowers) that are newly planted many of which will grow to their final heights in the next decade. Continue reading MVRDV

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Vers.A

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Woso house . Mechelen

Vers.A . Woso house . Mechelen (1)

Vers.A . photos: © Maxime Delvaux

The project is situated in Machelen-aan-de-Leie, a small village with four thousand inhabitants. The structure of the village is medieval and is characterized by irregular field boundaries and kinked narrow streets. Continue reading Vers.A

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GUBAHÁMORI

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Gellért Hill . Budapest

GUBAHÁMORI . Gellért Hill . Budapest (14)

GUBAHÁMORI

If the whole area of Gellért Hill was flat, this UNESCO World Heritage Site would be the most visited and popular green area in the heart of Budapest, where friends have barbecue at the weekends or families jump in on the way home from kindergarten; a place where the elderly could possibly spend their active and passive recreation time, disabled people could get close to accessible nature, musicians would be jamming and people could start the day here with yoga. The only problem is that this hill, in the past 5-6 decades, became more like an enclosure, a dead exhibit only visited by tourists, than a lively urban space for local citizens.

Not much is missing, though. Continue reading GUBAHÁMORI