Mark Magazine 58 – Ott/Nov 2015


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Mark magazine è una piattaforma per la pratica e la percezione dell’architettura, all’alba del terzo millennio. Dal suo lancio nel 2005, la rivista ha dimostrato di essere una pubblicazione fuori da quelli che sono gli schemi classici delle riviste di settore: tempestiva, moderna, visuale e con un occhio di riguardo alla creatività. Mark ha una prospettiva internazionale, punta i riflettori su archistar e nuovi talenti.



Cross Section:
Terroir / Kim Utzon, Monadnock, Diego Arraigada, Dekleva Gregorič, Buro Bill / Zampone, Tale of Tales, Taichi Mitsuya, Rojkind, N/A, Zaha Hadid, Atelier Riri, Theo Deutinger, D’Houndt+Bajart, NE-AR
The former Entrepôt Macdonald – the longest building in Paris – now houses shops, offices, schools and over 1,100 dwellings. Fifteen architects collaborated on the renovation: Xaveer De Geyter, Floris Alkemade, Christian de Portzamparc, Nicolas Michelin, Brenac Gonzalez, Gigon Guyer, Stéphane Maupin, Julien De Smedt, Habiter Autrement, Hondelatte Laporte, L’AUC, Marc Mimram, François Leclercq, Odile Decq, Kengo Kuma
Long Section:
Jems Architects transformed the grounds of a former coal mine into a congress centre.
Jean Nouvel’s Philharmonie de Paris is an asset to the city, despite the scandals surrounding its construction.
A floating hotel in Amsterdam has been pimped with five new rooms, each designed by a different architect.
Michael Maltzan’s One Santa Fe merges enormousness with intimacy.
Jun Igarashi’s three most recently completed houses on the Japanese island of Hokkaido are different yet alike.
Ryder Henry creates model cities that combine contemporary architecture with science-fiction motifs.
Zaha Hadid returns to her roots at Oxford University.
Odile Decq’s extension to an art collector’s manor house serves as guest lodgings with a view of the surroundings.
Benjamin Dillenburger and Michael Hansmeyer make 3D-printed objects with hyper-elaborate surfaces.
Adamo-Faiden’s Casa Fernández allows its occupants to enjoy the scents and shadows of Belgrano.
Ricardo Devesa talks about his fetishistic desire to collect books and the future of architectural publishing.


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