Interactive Museum of the History of Lugo by Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos | Dezeen
Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos have completed an underground museum in Spain with weathered steel towers and cylinders that emerge above a grass lawn (photographs by Roland Halbe and Fernando Alda). Top and above: photography by Roland Halbe The Interactive Museum of the History of Lugo exhibits objects, images and films that illustrate the historic Roman city
Mapungubwe Interpretation Centre / Peter Rich Architects
Last year, architectural photographer Iwan Baan took a trip to South Africa to visit the Mapungubwe Interpretation Center designed by Peter Rich...
AD Classics: Bagsværd Church / Jørn Utzon
Completed in 1976 in Bagsværd, Denmark. The Bagsværd Church by Jørn Utzon was completed in 1976. Though not his most famous work, the church is an example of the architect’s inventive work...
Meditation in White: John Pawson's Conversion of St Moritz Church Augsburg
From exuberant Baroque to plain post-war charm – the interior of Augsburg's St Moritz Church has undergone a succession of transformations. The English minimalist John Pawson is responsible for yet a new chapter in its architectural history.
Fronton Recoletos, la busqueda del espacio continuo
Hay una serie de edificios en Madrid , hoy dia desaparecidos ya por la furia especulativa, como el Frontón Recoletos, que fue construido en 1935 en la calle Villanueva y que constituyó en su día un…