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Airports Commission rules out Boris Island

Plans to construct a new Thames Estuary Airport, affectionately dubbed ‘Boris ...

Callison becomes latest firm to join ARCADIS

ARCADIS has continued its expansion with the acquisition of architecture and des...

HOK to acquire 360 Architecture

It was announced this week that international design studio HOK is to acquire 36...
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05.07.2014 

Backstage at the Bank of England 

On two Saturdays in July and again over a weekend in September, the Bank of England will i  ...read more

03.09.2014 

Hopscotch Design Festival 

Hopscotch Music Festival and New Kind, the Raleigh-based design and community-building fir  ...read more

05.09.2014 

MAISON&OBJET PARIS 

MAISON&OBJET PARIS presents a cutting-edge platform that is in line with the developments   ...read more

05.09.2014 

Handmade Living 

The interactive show for people with a passion for all things hand made. Discover the bigg  ...read more

WAN 21 for 21 Award winner Rintala Eggertsson Architects designs range of coastal structures for SALT festival
This weekend a small island in Norway’s Arctic Circle saw the opening of SALT, a major arts and design festival intended to bring attention to the important role Norway has played in design history. Often overshadowed by its Scandinavian neighbour Denmark, Norway has produced seminal talents such as the 19th century painter Edvard Munch and today’s architectural standout Snøhetta. Featured at SALT are several monumental structures including one of the world’s largest saunas capable of seating 250 people and a massive architectural piece inspired by traditional Norwegian fishehjeller, designed by WAN 21 for 21 Award winner Rintala Eggertsson Architects. Monumental in scale, the SALT structures are inspired by these traditional fish racks found along the north Norwegian coastline that for centuries have been used to dry fish for stockfish production.  Design

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