muf have established a design sensibility for the arts, whereby the building actively mediates between content and context to create a dynamic, experiential relationship between the viewer and the viewed; the interior and the exterior. muf are able to maximise budgets, identify and source gorgeous materials, develop unique applications for them and to integrate low tech/high innovation environmental and structural engineering into design. muf have experience of achieving planning permission in sensitive situations.
sou fujimoto 'forest, cloud, mountain' the watari museum of contemporary art , tokyo on now until january 16, 2011 first image 'forest, cloud, mountain' exhibition by sou fujimoto at the watari museum of contemporary art, tokyo, japan image courtesy the watari museum of contemporary art
For the third consecutive year, schmidt hammer lassen architects ( SHLA ) have landed a MIPIM AR Future Project Award, this time in the ‘Mixed Use’ category. Their winning project is a proposal for the Holbaek City Harbour Masterplan including a new ‘DGI City’ – a sports complex concept developed by the Danish Gymnastics and Sports Associations.