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Feigen Gallery / Hans Hollein
Architecture, Retail & Restaurants

Feigen Gallery / Hans Hollein

In 1969, Richard Feigen commissioned the Austrian architect Hans Hollein to redesign an 1887 row house and convert it into a two-story gallery and residence for his own use. The gallery has changing floor levels and ceiling heights and a balcony overlooking the ground floor. The sinuous staircase rail linking the gallery spaces has an ocean liner quality. This nautical theme…

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A church without God / Espacio Cero
Utopian Projects

A church without God / Espacio Cero

In the project “A church without God” by Mexican Architect Israel López Balan Opposing qualities are explored through visualizations of desolation and progress, death and continuation, noise and silence, nature and culture. The word ‘precept’ has been used here as a key element to suggest processes experienced by people in time, as well as to question the meaning of existence…

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