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News Round Up - July 2017


In July, we witnessed the announcement of a new partnership agreement to design refugee shelters, as well as the announcement of future plans for one of Paris’ most iconic buildings. In Denmark, we celebrated the opening of a new, innovative museum, meanwhile Royal Mail in London presented an alternative way of celebrating architectural landmarks. Find out more here!

Arcspace's top projects of 2017 (so far)


To celebrate the summer break we're looking back at the most read and responded to projects of 2017 (so far).

What's New On The Bookshelf? July 2017 edition


Looking for inspiration for your summer reading? Don’t worry. We’ve found some of the top releases to sweeten your summer even more! For those interested in the Scandinavian design approach, a new book just arrived freshly from the print. There’s also news about contemporary museum architecture as well as investigations on religious architecture and sacred spaces. Additionally, we’ll provide you with the convergence between modernist architecture and international trends, and finally, a new publication that casts a glance on the visionary work of MVRDV is now available. For us, there’s no doubt about our top readings this summer!

What's On - Architectural Exhibitions and Events, July 2017


Dear readers! We’ve gathered some interesting events to spice up your summer even more. The Danish contribution to last year’s Venice Biennale has finally arrived to Copenhagen, and we’re celebrating with a grand opening. Also, a debate focusing on digital infrastructure and data shaping modern cities will take place. MAXXI in Rome is host to two retrospectives on two of the most prominent architects of our time. Finally, the AD&A will cast a glance at the unique approach of Escher GuneWardena, and more.

News Round Up - June 2017


Dear arcspace readers, this is our last post before we go to our summer programming schedule. We hope you've enjoyed the first half of this year and we'll be back to our regular posting in mid-August. For all the top architecture stories from this month, click the link!


Hague, The Netherlands

KAAN Architecten have recently completed the renovation of the historic B30 ministerial building in The Hague, after winning an international competition that called for its transformation into a state-of-the-art, contemporary workplace for the Dutch government’s new knowledge center.