A Dutch firm designs rock ’n’ roll apartments for baby boomers.
Slovenia is fertile ground for young architects. But not because the people have embraced contemporary design.
When Americans in the architecture scene look abroad, their focus too often lands on the same celebrity practitioners. In Italy, their gaze falls on Renzo Piano (although some also see Massimilano Fuksas not far in the distance). But what if we could put on special glasses, ones that could dim the blinding brightness of starchitects in the post-Bilbao universe? What…
A cadre of young architects looks to shake up the country’s long-stagnant building culture.