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EDITION29 ARCHITECTURE is a visually stunning collectable magazine that focuses on showcasing the new generation of modernist architects and their creations through cinematic photographic storytelling. With over 100 pages of full screen photographs, audio commentaries, video, text and pages that are in motion.

Each issue has bookmark capabilities, set soundtrack capabilities that allow you to listen to a narration or music while leafing through the magazine. All the content pages will be part of the download, while connected iPads will have access to community and gps features, with additional online supplemental materials that make this a vibrant living download to collect.

 

 

 

This Issue 008 of EDITION29 Architecture continues with the spirit of the previous issues, showcasing modern houses from Sao Paulo to Nagoya, Japan. Architect Shigeru Fuse tells us about the concrete sculpture he created as the house in Akibo, with ultra modern sculptural interiors that seemed carved from cement walls. Architect Takeshi Hosaka brings abundant natural light into the Daylight House with glass blocks fitted onto the roof that make up segments of the roof providing rays of light into the house.

Canadian architect Michael Taylor creates a simple wooden cabin in the forested regions of Ontario as a private module for the owners of a larger compound. Several slanting roofs arranged to point in two opposing directions provide the small rooms of the Complex House their own independent roofs with abundant natural light seeping in, giving this design a look of two rows of roofs sheltering a family in a tiny plot of land in Nagoya created by the architect Tomohiro Hata.

The Desert House in Paradise Valley, Arizona is a 20 year old structure re-imagined and resurrected by Peter M. Koliopoulos to be a building in tune with its desert setting while also being a low impact construction with many recycled materials. The roof and the surrounding one area plot was regraded to maximize capture of rainwater.

This issues rounds out with stunning residential structures by architect Robert Edmonds in Kenwood, California to the curved glass wall embedded Lake Lugano House in Switzerland by architect Jacopo Mascheroni.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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EDITION29 STRUCTURES ISSUE 001

Edition29 STRUCTURES lets the creators of great edifices tell us about their work through landscapes of great imagery. This Issue is in keeping with the previous Architecture editorial Issues from Edition29 featuring modern structures from the far corners of the globe. In this Issue we take a look at Los Angeles architect Neil Denari and his condominium tower near the High Line in Manhattan. Wrapped in metal that was formed in Argentina and with glass shaped in China, this imported structure is an all American tale. Denari took a forgotten piece of unbuildable property and created a structure that cohabits with and strengthens its surroundings. Architect John Patkau talks about his firm’s design of a group of temporary light and moveable plywood sculptural shelters over the frozen river junction in Winnipeg, designed to shelter skaters from the harsh winter elements of the region and removable from the location as the river thaws later in the year. We look at a building from 1880 in Copenhagen that now serves as a neighborhood centre with an addition of a elegant raised glass box. Architect Todd Saunders tells us about the series of artists studios that were commissioned to be built on the remote Fogo Island in Newfoundland. The MOLO Design team shows us folding felt walls that unwrap into partitions that glow from the embedded LED lights. The highlight of this Issue are the two amazing short films by Associate Editor Vitor Gabriel from Portugal, one is the Paula Rego Museum by 2011 Pritzker Architecture Prize winner Eduardo Souto de Moura and the elevated pedestrian bridge by architect João Luís Carrilho Da Graça. The cover photograph is of the Fogo Island Artist Studios taken by Photographer Bent Rene´Synnevåg.

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