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The Danish practice has designed a pair of poetic interventions between land and water for the Sculpture by the Sea biennale
The sloping ‘hill’ design of this waste-to-energy plant, naturally, features a ski slope and requires more waste than the city produces to run at profit
The folded wooden envelope provides a place for locals to meet, creating a transitional social zone between the intimate spaces of the interior and the urban space of the waterfront
At sites of terrorist atrocities, buildings become much more than physical edifices, they encapsulate place-associations and entrench symbolic meaning
Telling new stories for the future of the planet, this year’s Oslo Architecture Triennale, Enough: The Architecture of Degrowth, peels back the skin of capitalism and finds hope in the hopeless