Tag: 2015 Dulux Study Tour

The triple height "open plan" central living area of Maison La Roche.
The World | Bonnie Herring | 2 Jul 2015

2015 Dulux Study Tour: Maison La Roche

A visit to one of Le Corbusier’s foundational projects reveals the flawed genius of this iconic architect.

A perforated aluminum screen covers the Pathé Foundation by Renzo Piano Building Workshop to provide privacy and sunshading.
The World | John Ellway | 15 Jun 2015

2015 Dulux Study Tour: The rational blob

It might look like a “giant Ghost Busters goo blob” in the middle of Paris, but this project knows its place perfectly.

The Mansard roofs and decorative facades of central Paris lend it its distinctive personality.
Practice | Casey Bryant | 11 Jun 2015

2015 Dulux Study Tour: Paris

A visit to two Parisian practices reveals the City of Lights’ built heritage weighs heavily on its contemporary architects.

Entry to the Tea Building.
The World | Bonnie Herring | 2 Jun 2015

2015 Dulux Study Tour: Tea and Biscuits with AHMM

Bonnie Herring discovers a former tea warehouse in Hackney, London, brimming with intrigue and creative capital.

Tama Art University Library by Toyo Ito and Associates.
Practice | Monique Woodward | 28 May 2015

2015 Dulux Study Tour: Toyo Ito and Associates

Monique Woodward found herself seduced by Toyo Ito’s Tama Art University Library, and a visit to the architect’s studio revealed insights into his leadership style.

The 2015 Dulux Study Tour winners on the roof of Tezuka Architects’ Fuji Kindergarten.
The World | Casey Bryant | 26 May 2015

2015 Dulux Study Tour: Fuji Kindergarten

The 2015 Dulux Study Tour makes its first stop at the doughnut-shaped Fuji Kindergarten in Japan by Tezuka Architects.