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Editor's Picks #283

Spontaneous Interventions- Design Actions for the Common Good presents an ambitious cross-section of design activism throughout the United States. via John Southern FATs curated work a Museum of Copying via John Southern View of west elevation New Keelung Harbor Service Building (Image- NMDA) View of gateway tower New Keelung Harbor Service Building (Image- NMDA) Marco Ricca for The New York Times The statue of Christopher Columbus, enclosed by a living room on a scaffold Sol Grotto - Photo- Matthew Millman Andrew Zagos Detroit Pavilion- via usaprojects.com The Louvres new “luminous veil,’’ or “flying carpet” as it has also been called, covers some 30,000 square feet of gallery space on the ground and lower floors via NYT Wooden Pavilion in Pernik, Bulgaria via Dimitar Svilenov HA tower wins International Architecture Award via frontoffice tokyo. Russell W. Peterson Urban Wildlife Refuge Education Center by GWWO Architects The beautiful castle of Coca. One of the most quintessential examples of Castilian Military Architecture via Alexander Morley Drawings and diagrams by raumlabor for Markthalle Neun via Chris DeHenzel Daniel Starchers Clumsy Form project via Matthew Messner