Sou Fujimoto Unveils Images of Public Pavilion for Haikou's Waterfront in China
9 days ago - By Arch Daily
Sou Fujimoto. Image Courtesy of Sou Fujimoto Architects
After MAD's Wormhole Library , the city of Haikou revealed a pavilion by Sou Fujimoto Architects. Scheduled for the end of spring, the ribbon-like white pavilion with an accessible roof will be one of the first public waterfront interventions to be completed in the spring of 2021. Shaping the future of Haikou city and Hainan Free Trade Port, the master plan of 16 permanent destinations re-imagines the future of coastal living.
Read more ...
Search by Tags
The headlines of Artwork Mag
the only astronaut we can invite home !!
The Last Trip
we will all take this trip one day -
Estasi di Santa Teresa
Gian Lorenzo Bernini
The Frick Savors the Opulence of Emptiness
No barriers. No texts. No heavy gold fabric. At the museum's two-year sublet of the Breuer building on Madison Avenue, it's just you and the masters.
Leica Announces Limited Edition Daniel Craig x Greg Williams Q2
Leica has announced a limited-edition exclusive variant of the Q2 camera: the Daniel Craig x Greg Williams Limited Edition. The camera was apparently created in close...
Hourglass Corral House / DECA Architecture
Milos, Greece Project Year: 2020 Photographs: Yiorgis Yerolymbos Area: 2800.0 m2
New Mexico Sunset Panorama Painting by Niki Gulley
“Sweeping Vista" ©2021 Niki Gulley24” x 48" textured mixed media painting on 1.5" wrap around canvas with the painting continuing around the edges Inspired by a trip to Santa...
‘Reply All' Podcast Is Put on Pause After Departure of Key Reporters
The suspension comes after a senior reporter and co-host left the podcast following accusations that they worked against employee unionizing and efforts to increase diversity...
Abstract Art,Contemporary Painting, Expressionism, “Musical Chairs” by...
The name “Musical Chairs” kept coming to mind as I studied this painting. Do you see Chairs? Feel the rhythm? If you look carefully and use your imagination, you might even spy...
‘WandaVision' Lives Inside TV. Just Like We Do
After a year of pandemic life, the superhero show's inventive premise - television as both escape and prison - is all too relatable.
50 Years Later, Gamble and Huff's Philly Sound Stirs the Soul
The songwriters and producers Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff's Black-owned label Philadelphia International Records turned a city's aesthetic into a movement that reverberated...
10 Classical Concerts to Stream in March
Mitsuko Uchida, the Louisiana Philharmonic and a performance organized by Teju Cole are among the highlights.
The + That's Taking Over Streaming Platforms
An idea that seemed like a real plus when streaming was newer has fallen into cliché.