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post updated 14 May 2021
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MONU #13 ON “MOST VALUABLE URBANISM” RELEASED
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MONU is a small independent magazine that appears two times a year. It is produced in Rotterdam.
Editor-in-chief: Bernd Upmeyer from BOARD
Managing editor: Beatriz Ramo López de Angulo from this Dutch architecture office.
Featured Building by STAR strategies + architecture:
The House of Arts and Culture – Entry, Beirut, Lebanon
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House of Arts & Culture of Beirut
Team leader : Beatriz Ramo López de Angulo
The architecture of The House should not impose, restrict, limit, or confine any potential of creativity. It should allow maximum flexibility and it should represent the dynamism of the Art and Culture in Beirut day after day. It should allow for an active and vibrant image.
Let’s escape from the conventional icon, from the megalomaniac frozen gesture, and reinvent the way a city and its culture are represented!
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World’s largest Floating Office Building
The world’s largest floating office, Floating Office Rotterdam, has taken a giant step toward its completion. On Monday, 31 August, the huge floating structure, measuring 90 by 24 meters, arrived at its permanent berth in Rotterdam’s Rijnhaven harbor, having been towed there all the way from Zaandam, over 80 kilometers away.
The Bellhop Hotel, Witte de Withstraat
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The Bellhop Hotel
The Bellhop Hotel transforms the typical corridors of a Dutch townhouse into action bands for moving, staying and sleeping inside. The full rehabilitation includes a new basement floor and a new 4th floor with the pitch roof. The project is led by Elida Mosquera and Jerome Picard from local, a new Bergen-Paris based architecture and urbanism studio.
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