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Gracefarms SANAA

River building at Grace Farms in Connecticut, USA, by SANAASubscription

‘Sejima lit up when we said we wanted Grace Farms to disappear into the landscape’


Musée Du Louvre by Sanaa, Lens, FranceSubscription

Despite its trophy architecture, the Louvre’s new provincial outpost raises questions about its wider mission of decentralising high culture

Garden House

Tokyo Garden and House by Ryue Nishizawa

Designed by Ryue Nishizawa of SANAA, this house of floating concrete planes and glass walls contrives an ascetic domesticity tempered only by nature


1990 April: Platform Houses in Katsuura, Japan by Kazuyo SejimaSubscription

Houses as neutral enclosures for transitory human activities, this is what Kazuyo Sejima wanted to create in her platform houses: but their reality is a great deal more imbued with presence

Rolex Learning Center  SANAA

Rolex Learning Center by SANAA Subscription

Oriel Prizeman examines six recent libraries in the first of a new quarterly series on typology

Teshima Art Museum by Ryue Nishizawa, Teshima Island, Japan

Teshima Art Museum by Ryue Nishizawa, Teshima Island, JapanSubscription

An enigmatic concrete bubble houses an equally enigmatic art installation. Photography by Iwan Baan

Rolex Learning Centre by SANAA

Rolex Learning Centre by SANAA, Lausanne, SwitzerlandSubscription

SANAA’s Rolex Learning Centre re-examines ideas of spatial order, with one giant room. Photography by Christian Richters

Viewed from the gallery’s roof terrace, the finished pavilion resembles SANAA’s early models

Serpentine Pavilion by SANAA, Serpentine Gallery, Hyde Park, London, UKSubscription

SANAA get their first UK commission at the Serpentine Gallery. Photography by Ludwig Abache

Fashion company Diesel teamed up with Foscarini to develop the Tri-p floor lamp with an elastic fabric that can be easily changed, just like a T-shirt

What's happening in lighting design, with contributions by SANAA and Louis PoulsenSubscription

The AR casts its eye over the latest new lighting fittings and tracks some fascinating and offbeat trends in the application of materials and forms


The AR's post-Venice catch-up with SejimaSubscription

By Jack Self

The AR’s pick from the world wide web.

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