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Teletech Call Center / MVRDV 0

Teletech Call Center / MVRDV

Architects: MVRDV Location: Dijon, France Photographs: Philippe Ruault, MVRDV… All over Europe buildings are vacant and waiting for a new future. Transformations are usually all about the preservation of historically or architecturally significa

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One year ago…

  This time last year MVRDV architect Winy Maas was awarded the highest decoration of honour in France, UNStudio opened a pavilion in New York’s Battery Park and we revealed what it looks like inside Skype’s Stockholm offic

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2011 review: December 0

2011 review: December

Concluding our review of 2011, here are the five most popular stories from December. Up first are two skyscrapers by MVRDV for Seoul that will be joined at the hip by a pixelated cluster. These renders kicked up a lot of controversy, as reported on Dezeen

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Tracking the Origins of MVRDV’s Cloud 0

Tracking the Origins of MVRDV’s Cloud

Urban design historian Grahame Shane weighs in on the controversial project tracing MVRDV’s explosive imagery to its source in research. When Ole Scheeren departed from OMA Beijing with the MahaNakhon Bangkok tower to found his own office in 2010, he had t

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This week on Dezeen

This week MVRDV caused a commotion by designing two towers engulfed in a pixellated cloud that put readers in mind of the World Trade Centre’s destruction on September 11. Meanwhile UNStudio unveiled designs for a Singapore skyscraper with chunks mi

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This week on Dezeen

This week on Dezeen Thomas Heatherwick designed an interior for an abbey with curving walnut and ash choir stalls and Dutch architects MVRDV unveiled proposals for a hotel covered in flowers inside a giant greenhouse. The Campana brothers wrapped a furnit

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One year ago…

This time last year MVRDV’s Balancing Barn was nearing completion and the proposals for the V&A at Dundee were unveiled, including the eventual winning design by Kengo Kuma. The Royal College of Art launched a collection of pieces for sale by th

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