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Points in Space: (Contemporary) exercises in inscribing the landscape

Posted by Walter Phillips on 09.06.2013 - Tagged as:

Patkau Architects' wooden shelters for skaters, installed on a frozen river in Winnipeg, Canada, in 2011, provide a place for resting as well as functioning as a sculptural intervention in the landscape, looking like a group of animals; photo James Dow

Patkau Architects’ wooden shelters for skaters, installed on a frozen river in Winnipeg, Canada, in 2011, provide a place for resting as well as functioning as a sculptural intervention in the landscape, looking like a group of animals; photo James Dow

Small works of architecture – from Canada, US and Mexico, to Norway, Chile and Sicily – are appearing across the planet on the basis of new design practices and attitudes. Journalist Valentina Ciuffi explores.

 

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