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Aspen Art Museum | Architects: Shigeru Ban Architects | Location: 637 East Hyman Avenue, Aspen, CO 81611, USA | Photographs: Michael Moran / OTTO, Derek Skalko

Gallery of Aspen Art Museum / Shigeru Ban Architects - 16

Aspen Art Museum | Architects: Shigeru Ban Architects | Location: 637 East Hyman Avenue, Aspen, CO 81611, USA | Photographs: Michael Moran / OTTO, Derek Skalko

Maker Park

Metro Makeovers for the Abandoned Stations of Paris- from swimming pools to galleries, restaurants and performing spaces, this might be one of the best make-overs of abandon buildings heard in a while.

Metro Makeovers for the Abandoned Stations of Paris- from swimming pools to galleries, restaurants and performing spaces, this might be one of the best make-overs of abandon buildings heard in a while.

Dierendonckblancke Architects /// Het Gielsbos, care facility for people with severe mental disabilities /// Gierle /// 2013 /// "This project includes the design of a masterplan to replace the outdated pavilions that houses the residents and to design seven new homes."

Dierendonckblancke Architects /// Het Gielsbos, care facility for people with severe mental disabilities /// Gierle /// 2013 /// "This project includes the design of a masterplan to replace the outdated pavilions that houses the residents and to design seven new homes."

Le 4ème arrondissement de Paris (3/18)  Loin d’être une prévision scientifique ou un plan directeur à suivre, cette fiction est un terrain de jeu exploratoire. Ici, le parvis de l'Hôtel de Ville sens dessus-dessous !    ©+2°C... Paris s’invente! - Yannick Gourvil et Cécile Leroux, collectif et alors

L'expo-fiction "+2°C...Paris s'invente !"

Le 4ème arrondissement de Paris (3/18) Loin d’être une prévision scientifique ou un plan directeur à suivre, cette fiction est un terrain de jeu exploratoire. Ici, le parvis de l'Hôtel de Ville sens dessus-dessous ! ©+2°C... Paris s’invente! - Yannick Gourvil et Cécile Leroux, collectif et alors