C3 414: Thresholdes between Landscape and Architecture / Local Identity and Community Buildings
This edition explores the thresholds between landscape and architecture in a feature that includes an inverted pyramid space with an underground pavilion (Atelier David Telerman), a chapel and meditation room surrounded by natural hills in Portugal (Studio Nicholas Burns), Majara Residence on Hormuz Island (ZAV Architects), and the Yangliping Performing Arts Centre (Studio Zhu-Pei). A second theme covers local identity and community buildings, featuring diverse projects such as a rammed earth healthcare hub in Australia, a mixed-use mud construction in rural Bangladesh, a new brick-vaulted church for a Mexican community, a repurposed historic hall in France, and more.
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