DOMUS Nº 959. JUNE 2012

DOMUS Nº 959. JUNE 2012

Revistas de Arquitectura


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Edited by Elena Sommariva

Photoessay: Concrete Landscapes
Asier Gogortza

Space for the living
The building completed by Tatiana Bilbao in San Luis Potosí, Mexico, conveys that an architecture for the dead can be at once intimate and universal. Text Mary Ellen Carroll. Photos Iwan Baan

The curatorship of architecture
Despite inhabiting opposing ends of the spectrum in terms of their vision of curatorial practice, the two new exhibition spaces designed by Lacaton & Vassal and Toyo Ito are united by common intents. Text Paola Nicolin

Exhibition after demolition
With the extension of the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, Anne Lacaton and Jean-Philippe Vassal prove that an architecture of demolition is that which resonates most intensely with today's contemporary art. Text Gonzalo Herrero Delicado, Maria José Marcos. Photos Philippe Ruault

Spatial binaries
In a small museum in the Kawagoe suburb of Tokyo, Toyo Ito forgoes the conventions of the white cube to intensify—through space and light—the experience of the work of figurative painter Yuji Misu. Text Julian Worrall. Photos Iwan Baan. Edited by Laura Bossi

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