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AMNP Bjarke Ingels Group About « MLRP :description Danish-American MLRP is a young and innovative design practice, who work with a variety of projects, both public and private, typically small to medium scale. MLRP is owned by Mads Lund and Robert Paulsen, who have had their own practice together since 2004. We are inspired by the site and surroundings, we always push the design until the ultimate solution is achieved. We believe that it’s possible to make big statements with small scale projects, and we don’t think there’s a particular correlation between the scale and the quality of the project. MLRP always produce original design solutions, exploring new materials and sustainable design. Founding Partner Robert Warren Paulsen comes from a background as a projectleader and competition architect at established offices such as Vilhelm Lauritzen, Dissing & Weitling in Denmark and David Coleman and Henry Klein in the US. Founding Partner Mads Hartvig Lund left the renound office PLOT in 2004 to start his own practice. :partners

Architecture architecture Renzo Piano piece by piece The “Barbara Cappochin” International Architecture Biennale mounts an exhibition on the Genoese architect in Padua The Pritzker Prize to Shigeru Ban "I see this prize as encouragement for me to grow" Copenhagen Architecture Festival x FILM From the 27th to the 30th of March, more than eighty events including films, debates, city walks and special events Chimney Pots by Wierki Somers Ornamental chimeneys in a new housing development in Hoofddorp, the Netherlands Zaha Hadid and Reinhold Messner The new structure of the Messner Mountain Museum has been designed by the Anglo-Iraqi architect AA London: Starchitecture Scenes, Actors and Spectacles in Contemporary Cities. Botticino Classico marble seen by Michele Nastasi Travel through time and around the world in search of architectures with a common thread Glenn Murcutt in Canada At the Design Centre of Uqàm, Montréal, the exhibition “L’Architecture du lieu”. Wiel Arets’ Campus Hoogvliet

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JAKOB + MACFARLANE Here Is the Craziest Building in Harlem, if Not the Entire City: Diller Scofidio Design New Columbia Medical Building And you thought the High Line looked crazy. (Columbia) This gives a whole new meaning to “in the heights.” Columbia University Medical Center has just announced that Diller Scofidio + Renfro will be designing a new 14-story medical building on Haven Avenue between 171st and 172nd streets that will be home to high-tech class facilities for all four CUMC colleges as well as the biomedical program within Columbia University’s college of art and science. The university tapped DS+R, along with Gensler, to create a new landmark for the medical center, one that will be visible from both the George Washington Bridge and Riverside Park. This is DS+R’s latest project in the city, following on the huge successes of the High Line and Lincoln Center, as well as their early interior for Brasserie. “The new Medical and Graduate Education Building will be the social and academic anchor of the CUMC campus,” Elizabeth Diller said.

Architecture Fieldwork Design & Architecture have collaborated with the Nike Workplace Brand Design group to design some feature walls for the NIKE expansion buildings. The wall is constructed of salvaged maple gym flooring, and creates a branded, meaningful statement of arrival at the office in Beaverton, Oregon. Continue Reading » Firms House Hunting? This Haunted Italian Island is For Sale Welcome to Poveglia Island. Thanks to Italy's difficult financial straits, this honeymoon-retreat- meets-horror-movie-set is on the market. Are you an architect who wants to easily reach the Venice Biennale, but also dreams of building a home on foundations echoing with the undead screams of your enemies? This could be your spot. National Design Centre by SCDA Architects Singapore, PTE LTD Architect Soo K. Drink the Rain With Ivanka's Bio-Concrete Filters Despite the sunshine, a cloud hung over the Salone del Mobile this year — an artificial cloud, that is, built by Budapest-based, designer concrete manufacturer Ivanka to launch its new rain filtration system. Las Gaviotas Set by Besonias Almeida Arquitectos This project is the result of a process that began in 2004 with the construction of a summer house in the forest of Mar Azul. Submit Your Visions of the Workplace of the Future What does the future of the workplace look like to you?

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