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Setting Sail: The Nautical Luxury of a Mediterranean Cabin on the Italian Riviera

Setting Sail: The Nautical Luxury of a Mediterranean Cabin on the Italian Riviera

Simply Great: an Apartment in Helsinki by Laura Seppänen

Simply Great: an Apartment in Helsinki by Laura Seppänen

Philly Vintage: Wm. Mulherin’s Sons Restaurant & Hotel by Stokes Architects

Philly Vintage: Wm. Mulherin’s Sons Restaurant & Hotel by Stokes Architects

Javornice Distillery: A Picture Perfect Micro-Village with a Traditional Purpose in Southern Bohemia

Javornice Distillery: A Picture Perfect Micro-Village with a Traditional Purpose in Southern Bohemia

A Real Concrete Photobook by Gábor Kasza

A Real Concrete Photobook by Gábor Kasza

Architecture Practice

Renzo Piano Building Workshop

Renzo Piano Building Workshop

The Renzo Piano Building Workshop (RPBW) is an international architectural practice with offices in Paris and Genoa. The Workshop is led by 11 partners, including founder and Pritzker Prize laureate, architect Renzo Piano. The company permanently employs nearly 130 people. 

Since its formation in 1981, RPBW has successfully undertaken and completed over 120 projects across Europe, North America, Australasia and East Asia. Among its best known works are: the Menil Collection in Houston, Texas; the Kansai International Airport Terminal Building in Osaka; the Kanak Cultural Center in New Caledonia; the Beyeler Foundation in Basel; the Rome Auditorium; the Maison Hermès in Tokyo; the Morgan Library and the New York Times Building in New York City; and the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco. Recently completed works include the Shard in London, and the New Whitney Museum in New York.

The quality of RPBW’s work has been recognised by over 70 design awards, including major awards from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA).

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