Joao Morgado captures the dynamism achieved through the continuity between façades and roof is accented by a strong red colour while the sloping roofs establish a dialogue with the geometry of the mountain landscape.
‘We wanted to find in this masterplan the evocative shapes of African art. From the oblong shapes for programmatic spaces that reference ancestral masks or tribal shields to the ground work composition that refers to the tradition of African textiles and fabrics.’
Hollwich Kushner (HWKN) makes one minor tweak to ‘T’rumah,’ the detailed plans laid out in the Bible for the Holy Tabernacle. Turning it vertical is the only way to squeeze the Tabernacle into the world’s second biggest Jewish city.
The 7th edition of the Architecture Film Festival Rotterdam (AFFR), the major festival in the field of film and architecture all over the world, will be held from 10 to 13 October. More than 100 films on current trends in urban design and architecture will be screened in the LantarenVenster cinema in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.