Weekly news roundup

A playground for grown-ups (domusweb)
Presented today, SANAA’s design for the new Bocconi University campus sets out to establish a non-hierarchal relationship between the elements of a landscape that is human before it is architectural. An architecture report from Milan by Paola Nicolin

 

First Look: SANAA’s Louvre Lens (Architectural Record)
The Pritzker-winning firm has designed a shimmering glass- and metal-clad outpost of the venerable Louvre museum for the city of Lens in northern France.

 

Studio Velocity: House in Chiharada (domusweb)— In this extravagant Japanese house, the hierarchy between different levels disappears in favor of an absolute spatial intersection expressed through curved lines. A news report from Chiharada

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