As part of our mini series of Stage 1 proposals submitted to the Helsinki Central Library competition, here is the entry by Belgian collaboration OYO + office9 + Ingenium. — bustler.net
As part of our mini series of Stage 1 proposals submitted to the Helsinki Central Library competition, here is the entry by Portuguese firm OODA. — bustler.net
As part of our mini series of Stage 1 proposals submitted to the Helsinki Central Library competition, here is the entry by Sputnik and ABT from Rotterdam. — bustler.net
As part of our mini series of Stage 1 proposals submitted to the Helsinki Central Library competition, here is the entry by Viennese team HELLO WORLD! — bustler.net
As part of our mini series of Stage 1 proposals submitted to the Helsinki Central Library competition, here is the entry by Paris-based MenoMenoPiu Architects. — bustler.net
HELSINKI CENTRAL LIBRARY THE STORYTELLING TREE The book is an everlasting memory. It is like a hundred-year-old tree that tells us stories and tales, from here and elsewhere. This is where we start from. Just as the roots of the trees are deeply anchored in the ground, the books and their pages...
Earlier today, we had published the six proposals to reach stage 2 of the international competition for the design of the Helsinki Central Library. Here's now also another stage 1 entry we have received from Swiss/Japanese practice Kubota & Bachmann Architects in collaboration with Francisco Martinez. — bustler.net
Heart of the Metropolis, the international architectural competition for the design of the Helsinki Central Library today announced six proposals to move on to the competition's second stage. The selected finalists have now until February 2013 to further develop their proposals. The final winner will be announced in June 2013. — bustler.net
The international competition for the new Daegu Gosan Public Library in South Korea has proven to be incredibly popular with our readers, and we have received tons of requests from architects from around the world to publish their competition entries. So if you have already inspected the first, second, and third place (as well as this honorable mention) and are still lusting for more library designs, you'll enjoy the selection we have put together below. — bustler.net
We're very excited to finally also publish the winner of the first place in the Korean Daegu Gosan Public Library competition (previously on Bustler). As sole member of the team Gorka Blas, Spanish architect Gorka Blas Revilla took home the top honor with an ultra-minimalist cube and its careful integration in the urban context. — bustler.net
British firm studio SH just sent us their competition entry for the new Gosan Public Library in South Korea which had snatched the second place in this hugely popular international competition. The proposal, "White Diamond," was designed by studio SH partners Seung Hyun Yuh and Se Hyeon Kim. — bustler.net
A few days ago, Bustler published jaja architects' high-scoring proposal for the new Gosan Public Library in South Korea. Today we're excited to share one of the competition's honorable mentions, designed by Harvard GSD student Sunggi Park who currently works as a design assistant at BIG, Bjarke Ingels Group in Copenhagen. — bustler.net
Three winning entries and twelve honorable mentions were recently announced in the international competition for the Gosan Public Library in Daegu Metropolitan City, South Korea. With the first prize going to Spanish firm Gorka Blas and the second prize to British team STUDIO SH, we have just received the competition entry "Between Books and Trees" which won the third prize for Danish practice jaja architects. — bustler.net
A literal advertisement for reading: MVRDV completes Book Mountain and Library Quarter Spijkenisse. — mvrdv.nl
(Spijkenisse, October 4th, 2012): Today Spijkenisse Book Mountain and the adjacent residential neighbourhood will be opened by Prinses Laurentien of the Netherlands. Manifesting itself clearly as a mountain of books on the towns market square, it is both an advertisement and an invitation for...
The hottest cultural controversy of this already hot summer concerns the New York Public Library (NYPL), and a plan to disembowel its main building – a plan that will slice open the stacks and "replace books with people", in the words of the NYPL system's CEO, Tony Marx. It's enraged writers and professors, demoralized a staff already coping with layoffs, and called the entire purpose of the system into question. — guardian.co.uk
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