Rusty ship transformed into cavernous pavilion for MoMA’s Young Architects Program in Seoul

South Korean studio Shinslab Architecture sliced off one end of a rusty old ship and turned it upside down to form this installation for the Seoul edition of MoMA’s Young Architects Program (+ slideshow). The huge metal structure creates an unusually shaped pavilion in the entrance courtyard of Korea’s National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MMCA), which is located More

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Escobedo Soliz to create “cloud of ropes” for MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program

Mexico City-based Escobedo Soliz Studio has won this year’s MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program contest, with plans to create a colourful woven canopy and a paddling pool in the New York gallery’s courtyard (+ slideshow). For the 2016 edition of the YAP programme – which invites emerging architects to propose a temporary structure for the MoMA More

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Andrés Jaque to create water-purifying pipe network for MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program

News: Spanish architect Andrés Jaque has won this year’s MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program contest, with plans to turn the courtyard of the New York gallery into a water filtration plant. Jaque’s New York- and Madrid-based studio Office for Political Innovation will draw attention to the global issue of water shortage for the 2015 edition of the YAP programme, […]
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