Cultural venues display minimalist architecture and thus give pride of place to the arts and works presented. This week, the Muuuz editorial team invites you to discover four new cultural places, museums and art centers, which stand out for their refined architecture.
Founded by Chloé Leymarie and Eva Gourdon in 2014, Atelier Leymarie Gourdon took up the challenge of redeveloping an apartment created from the combination of two adjoining apartments. For this Parisian apartment dedicated to welcoming a family, the agency has thus rethought the distribution, functionality and consistency of the accommodation.
It is in Cercal in the Center region of Portugal that the architecture agency Atelier Data reinterpreted the traditional Portuguese house by erecting a solar villa which fits perfectly into the surrounding hilly landscape.
Many contemporary photographers use Instagram to disseminate their creative shots, cityscapes, iconic buildings or abstract details. This week, the editorial staff of Muuuz reveals its five favorite architectural photographers to follow on the social network.
Perched on the heights of Aleomandra in Mykonos (Greece), but almost entirely hidden from view, Villa Mandra offers a spectacular view of the island of Delos. This large holiday home, designed by the Athenian agency K-STUDIO, is a haven of peace, where the owners come to enjoy the summer with their family and friends.
The Dutch agencies Ruimtemakers Architecten and Niels Maier have designed a graphic house with astonishing volume with four hands. Nestled in the forest of a large property located on the edge of the Limburg village of Beek (Netherlands), the residence is a haven of peace far from any urban bustle.
Known for his woodwork, the Ordinary Workshop signs a new family book in Burgundy. It is more precisely in Beaune that the Alsatian agency conceives a prefabricated house dialoguing with the forest landscape and intended for a couple of winegrowers. A most contemporary cabin built offsite that lets in light through large openings cleverly placed.
Supported by the town of Taverny (95), the Medical Center designed by the MAAJ Architects agency brings together different doctors in one place, thus making up for the lack of health professionals in the region, and of campaigns in general. Facing inwards, the center is inspired by the structure of the ancient cloisters and puts well-being at the heart of medicine.