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#Episode07​​: How buildings can support their urban contexts (PART 2)

#Episode 07: How buildings can support their urban contexts (PART 2) How can we design buildings that are not just self-serving, but they contribute to the cultural life of their urban surroundings? Wa have started this conversation a while ago, and today we have more insights to share! WATCH PART …

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ATM: meet Francis Kéré

#Architecture that matters: meet Francis Kéré ‘Architecture that matters’ is spreading the wings! Many people are thinking and creating meaningful architecture. All over the world, we can find professionals committed to humanity and to improve the quality of life for many others. And we also wanna share what and who …

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#Episode06​​: How buildings can support their urban contexts (PART 1)

#Episode 06: How buildings can support their urban contexts (PART 1) How can we design buildings that are not just self-serving, but they contribute to the cultural life of their urban surroundings? “Architecture that matters” is a series of relaxed conversations that aims to shed light on the subtleties of …

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#Episode05​​​: Architecture style is not sourced from the past

#Episode 05: Architecture style is not sourced from the past Has our legacy from the past changed radically? Does it improve the architecture? Time has moved on. And architecture should have moved on as well. “Architecture that matters” is a series of relaxed conversations that aims to shed light on …

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#Episode 04: Architecture & Nature

#Episode 04: Architecture & Nature How does your architecture relate to nature? How does nature relate to your architecture? Is it possible that we can design as nature designs? Let’s talk about these questions and more! “Architecture that matters” is a series of relaxed conversations that aims to shed light …

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#Episode 03: Form follows function is a myth

#Episode 03: Form follows function is a myth If function was the only design criteria in nature, we wouldn’t have variety. Would you agree? “Architecture that matters” is a series of relaxed conversations that aims to shed light on the subtleties of this universe. We love to talk about curves, …

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