C3 376| Regionalism And Global Diversity

“Regionalism and Global Diversity” is the main theme of this issue, showing new regional approaches to architecture that reveal contemporary, globally relevant spatial and anthropological conceptions closely related to the richness of local cultures. Among the diverse examples are Pani Community Centre in Bengal by SchilderScholte Architects, Thread Artist Residency and Cultural Centre in Senegal by Toshiko Mori, Kikuma Watanabe’s school for orphans in Thailand, a compact stone house in Slovenia by Dekleva Gregorič Arhitekti, and more. Also in this issue, “Dwelling in Memory” investigates five projects in redundant spaces, situated between rehabilitation and reuse.

Seoul, 2016, 23cm x 30cm, 200pp., illustrated, paperback

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