Mark Magazine 65 – Dec/Jan 2017

All Aboard!


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Cross Section

Diller Scofidio + Renfro/Gensler; Fujiwaramuro; Nio; JDS; PLAYstudio/YES; V+; Idom; SO-IL/Bohlin Cywinski Jackson; Infographic; Michael Sorkin Studio; Studio Prototype; Tomohiro Hata; DRAA; Martin Dubeau/Jonathan Jacques-Belletête; Freelon Group/Adjaya Associates/Davis Brody Bond; Aranza de Ariño

Perspective: Blaibach

Peter Haimerl never planned to reinvent the village of Blaibach. It happened gradually. House by house.

Long Section

  • Zaha Hadid Architects’ porthouse reflects the ambitions of Antwerp’s harbour
  • Keiichi Kiriyama builds houses like forests. Interior trees help to connect the inhabitants to nature
  • Father and son duo Marcio and Gabriel Kogan team up with architecture photographer Pedro Kok and filmmaker Lea Van Steen for a series of short films featuring some of the houses they designed over the years
  • Edouard François plants a nature-inclusive tower in Paris
  • Building high-rises in wood is becoming increasingly widespread. In Stockholm, plans are being made for a 34-storey apartment building
  • Fuhrimann Hächler built a house in Olten that pays homage to Le Corbusier’s principles of modern architecture
  • 6a’s studio for fashion and art photographer Juergen Teller lends itself for a variety of photo shoots
  • Students on the University of Colorado Denver’s design-build programme creates a series of huts in perfect harmony with their forest location
  • Amateur Architecture Studio designed houses for the people of the Chinese village of Wencun. They don’t like them, but the tourists are happy to stay there
  • Joseph Giovannini talks about reading and writing, eccentric architects and about the Deep South, where people are still friendly