Archipulse
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Urban How
Infrastructures: Cities on the move
7 Projects

Transitional Space
5 Projects

In the Corner
4 Projects

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BMW Guggenheim Lab
NO99 Straw Theater_Salto AB
ZA11 Pavilion_Dimitrie Stefanescu, Patrick Bedarf, Bogdan Hambasan
Locust Tower_Pavel Jura
Martin Luther Church Hainburg_Coop Himmelb(l)au
Catholic Church in the Bavarian City of Dietenhofen_Karl Frey
Secret House_AGi Architects
Chimecco, an Interactive Instrument_Mark Nixon

Archipulse
Lugo Interactive Museum of History_Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos
History and the Present_Marta González Antón

Urban How
Between Spaces and Places_Silvio Carta

Infrastructures: Cities on the Move_Fabrizio Leoni
Car Parking Surface Treatment of D. Diogo de Menezes Square_Miguel Arruda Arquitectos Associados
Labrit Bastion Footbridge in Pamplona_Pereda Perez Arquitectos + Ignacio Olite Arquitectos
Footbridge of Postiguet, Alicante_BG Studio
Newport Station_Grimshaw Architects
Skyline Spittelau_Architekten Tillner & Willinger ZT GmbH
Stockholm Waterfront_White Arkitekter AB
Fovám Tér Station_Spora Architects

Transitions in the Interstitial Space_Marco Atzori
Galleria Solar_Manuel Maia Gomes
Heliotrope Raising_Bang Architectes
Zulpicher Gate Extention, Nideggen_Kalhöfer - Korschildgen Architekten
Old Tannery School_Tonkin Zulaikha Greer with Linley Hindmarsh
Felix Nussbaum Museum Extention_Studio Daniel Libeskind

Buildings in a Corner Plot_Fabrizio Leoni
Yohji Yamamoto New York Gansevoort Street Store_Junya.Ishigami + Associates
180 Roslyn Street Bar and Restaurant_Durbach Block Jaggers Architects
Taï Shogun Restaurant_Barré - Lambot Architects
Fonderie - Mulhouse_Atelier Zündel Cristea



Infrastructures; Cities on the Move


The architecture of the infrastructure today assumes a multiple character; it allows access to remote or central areas, in the compact or in the dispersed city, with a wide array of characters and forms, site-specific or autonomous, oriented to redefine the places crossed by or, conversely, induced by the features of the places connected. The infrastructure is sometimes able to determine new topologies and combinations, monumental forms and new centralities, sometimes it tends to disappear, strategically fading into the fine grain of the existing fabric, subdivided into systems or sequences of objects; or to colonize and cannibalize other infrastructures in a state of disposal through the launching of other programs, not necessarily related to the transport network but made possible by it, as diverse as retail, entertainment, education, housing. Mobility replaces speed, accessibility wins on positioning. It promotes a pervasive drive for an incrementally nomadic way of life, switching the experience of dwellers to that of commuters, involved in mutant layers of conditions, needs and visions, both individual and collective. Written by Fabrizio Leoni

Transitions in the Interstitial Space


The architecture of the infrastructure today assumes a multiple character; it allows access to remote or central areas, in the compact or in the dispersed city, with a wide array of characters and forms, site-specific or autonomous, oriented to redefine the places crossed by or, conversely, induced by the features of the places connected. The infrastructure is sometimes able to determine new topologies and combinations, monumental forms and new centralities, sometimes it tends to disappear, strategically fading into the fine grain of the existing fabric, subdivided into systems or sequences of objects; or to colonize and cannibalize other infrastructures in a state of disposal through the launching of other programs, not necessarily related to the transport
network but made possible by it, as diverse as retail, entertainment, education, housing. Mobility replaces speed, accessibility wins on positioning. It promotes a pervasive drive for an incrementally nomadic way of life, switching the experience of dwellers to that of commuters, involved in mutant layers of conditions, needs and visions, both individual and collective. Written by Marco Atzori