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Serpentine Pavilion 2020 by Counterspace: it will be built with recycled bricks

The South African architecture studio Counterspace will use cork and bricks made with recycled building materials to build this year's Serpentine Pavilion, dedicated to the experiences of migrant communities in London. K-Briq modules will be used for the pavilion, a new Kenoteq technology for the production of bricks made from 90% recycled construction and demolition waste. According to what reported by the manufacturer, this ecological bricks do not require cooking..

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10 museums that you can visit from home

#IStayHome but i go to the museum. This is how we could summarize the initiative of some of the largest international museums which, at this time when it is indicated to stay at home for the good and safety of all, have opened the doors of their precious virtual exhibitions. Not long ago, we had told the experience promoted by the Louvre “Mona Lisa beyond the glass”, an exhibition in virtual reality that the Parisian museum had launched to learn more about the most hi..

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Architect Ishigami’s Serpentine Pavilion 2019

For 19 straight years now, the Serpentine Gallery – one of the most renowned modern and contemporary art showcases in London – has appointed a world famous architect to design the Serpentine Pavilion, a temporary summer pavilion that is renewed every year at Kensington Gardens, London. There is just one requisite for the position, namely that the architect has never implemented any projects in the United Kingdom. So who is the architect of the Serpentine Pavilion 2019? J..

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