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Headlines
on 08/11/2023

Construction of the tower designed by David Chipperfield Architects for a site near Hamburg's Elbe bridges was interrupted at the end of October. An investor's financial difficulties are the cause — a solution has yet to be determined. Manuel Pestalozzi


Headlines
on 20/09/2023

Architect Christoph Ingenhoven is the latest recipient of the Golden Flower of Rheydt, an environmental prize presented by the city of Mönchengladbach, Germany, biennially since 1967. His concept of holistic sustainable architecture was the deciding factor. Manuel Pestalozzi


Headlines
on 29/05/2023

With its stacked landscapes, MVRDV's Dutch Pavilion was a symbol of Expo 2000 in Hanover and one for the future of architecture par excellence. Now, after a long period of neglect, it is being given a second life. Manuel Pestalozzi


Headlines
on 06/05/2022

Near the commune of Bonfol in the Swiss canton of Jura, 114,000 tons of hazardous waste were buried in the 1960s and 70s. A land art installation by Mario Botta was intended to remind visitors of this environmental sin, but there is a lack of money for the project. John Hill, Manuel Pestalozzi


Headlines
on 08/03/2022

Considered an important work of organic architecture, the residence of the tragically deceased architect Yves Delhez (1956–2016) burned down recently in Eupen, a city in the German-Belgian border region. John Hill, Manuel Pestalozzi


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