Aris Konstantinidis (1913-1993), is one of the most prominent greek contemporary architects, whose work has been recognized regionally and internationally. Konstantinidis studied in Munich from 1931 to 1936, where he came in contact with modernist architectural concepts of the time. Like many modern architects, Konstantinidis' work turns to a poetics of construction, through a deep and very personal comprehension of the greek landscape's qualities and conditions.

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The 5 Finalists for the Mies van der Rohe Award 2013:Superkilen, Copenhagen, Denmark by Superflex; BIG

Finalistas al Premio Mies van der Rohe 2013 Superkilen, Copenhague, Dinamarca BIG Bjarke Ingels Group;

Whitney Studio by LOT-EK

LOT-EK was commissioned to design an art studio space for the Whitney Museum of American Art. The Whitney Studio will be located in the Sculpture Court of the Whitney Museum’s Marcel Breuer building on Madison Avenue. The Studio will function as a.

Haus-Rucker Co. Lauridis, Zamp, and Pinterwith Environment Transformern: Flyhead,  Veiwatomizer and Drizzler.

Haus Rucker Co. Flyhead Helmet, from the Environment Transformer project. Zamp Kelp, Ortner, Pinter, Haus-Rucker-Co.

Jana and Js, Orbernhorf, Austria, 2011

Jana & JS are an Austro-French artist couple, whose work can be found both in urban as well as in a closed space. Jana & Js merge their work since 2007 around their passion for photography and their common sensitivity to the urban aesthetic.

Jana and Js, China 2011

Jana and Js are two Austrian-French artists whose work can be found both in urban as well as in a closed space.

The 5 Finalists for the Mies van der Rohe Award 2013: House for Elderly People by Aires Mateus Architects, 2011, photography © Fernando Guerra, FG+SG Architectural Photography.

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