CLADmag 2017 issue 3
On the cover: David Chipperfield
David Chipperfield on the mistakes made by city planners
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CLAD people: Ian Schrager
On upsetting the status quo with his latest hotel
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CLAD people: Diébédo Francis Kéré
How he designed this year's Serpentine Pavilion
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CLAD people: David Beckham
Miami soccer stadium land sale gets approval
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CLAD people: Amanda Levete
Pulls off the V&A's new £55m courtyard
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CLAD news:
Architecture and design news from around the world
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News feature: Seoul Skygarden
MVRDV’s Winy Maas on Seoul’s new linear park
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Interview: David Chipperfield
The UK should take a leaf out of Germany’s book when it comes to designing and planning cities, argues the Neues Museum architect
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Interview: Joshua Prince-Ramus
Rem Koolhaas’ protege on the challenges of designing a truly flexible arts centre for Ground Zero
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Tourism: Into the wild
The legend-inspired cabins popping up across Wales
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Hospitality: Beauty sleep?
Spanish architect Patricia Urquiola on why creating the first new hotel on Lake Como for years was a true labour of love 
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CLADmag 2017 issue 3
On the cover: David Chipperfield
David Chipperfield on the mistakes made by city planners

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News feature: Centro Botín
Renzo Piano’s Santander art museum
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Interview: Yabu Pushelberg
The Canadian designers talk about their latest projects, diversity in architecture and working (and arguing) with Ian Schrager
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Interview: Dan Pearson
It’s a huge source of sadness that the Garden Bridge became as political as it did, says the project’s landscape designer
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Urban regeneration: Getting creative
The amazing projects transforming Canada’s second city
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Interview: Thom Mayne
On why he’s building a skyscraper next to Switzerland’s most famous thermal baths
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Culture: Beautiful music
It’s been a great year for German concert halls, with new venues from Frank Gehry, Herzog & de Meuron, David Chipperfield and more
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Company profile: GOCO Hospitality
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Ito’s National Taichung Theatre in Taiwan is formed largely of curved walls
Toyo Ito was born in Seoul in 1941. He studied architecture at the University of Tokyo
"I have one dream with my work. Architecture should equal nature"

The Pritzker Prize-winner talks about inspiration, battling bureaucracy and the Tokyo National Olympic Stadium saga with Kim Megson

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features
Wellness: Living well
"The entire way of living is changing in Asia, and the need for communities is on the rise"

The new wellness communities changing the face of residential design in Asia

The Newspaper Cafe in Jinhua Architecture Park, China
Born in Kobe, Japan and later growing up in New York, Mori has become a trailblazer for women in architecture around the world
"Every decision you make, you should think seven generations ahead"

From a compressed earth cultural centre in Senegal to the sleek Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Mori’s work shares a clarity of purpose

features
Kim Herforth Nielsen founded 3XN in 1986 with Lars Frank Nielsen and Hans Peter Svendler Nielsen
"I always wanted to do more than just designing buildings"

How Danish firm 3XN is harnessing the power of architecture to shape human behaviour

SPP has broken ground on a 519-room wellness-focused JW Marriott hotel and the project’s first residential property
"Now we’re talking about pedestrians as the most important members of the street community"

The new US neighbourhood designed to improve the health of its residents

NeueHouse combines ‘office and social’ in a co-working space
"Millennials are pushing us architects to design hotels with distinct personalities"

Sameness is out, authenticity is in when it comes to designing for millennials says Greg Keffer

cladkit product news
Dornbracht launches 'next generation' experience shower
Rainmoon is an innovative sensory shower experience designed for use in the home
Dornbracht is taking experience showers to the next level with its multi-sensory Rainmoon concept. “Rainmoon is a culmination of bliss ...
John Pawson reimagines oil lantern for Wästberg
The Holocene No. 4 reflects Pawson's pared-back style and neutral palette
Lauren Heath-Jones
Swedish lighting company Wästberg has expanded its Holocene collection, with a new addition, Holocene No. 4, designed by acclaimed architect ...
EAS PREVIEW: Bright Buildings to exhibit BrightOpen designs
Bright Buildings will be showcasing its range of BrightOpen buildings
At this year’s Euro Attractions Show (EAS), design and architecture firm Bright Buildings will be exhibiting its range of BrightOpen ...
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Zaha Hadid Design partners with Royal Thai to create carpet collection celebrating Zaha Hadid's legacy
The carpets capture Hadid's notable use of layering and interweaving as well as her use of light and shadow
Lauren Heath-Jones
Zaha Hadid Design has partnered with carpet manufacturer Royal Thai to create a new carpet collection inspired by the work ...
Tredje Natur launches Climate Tile to bring green spaces to urban settings
Tredje Natur has installed the pilot system of its Climate Tile system in the Nørrebro area of Copenhagen
Lauren Heath-Jones
Danish company Tredje Natur (Third Nature) has recently installed the pilot system of its innovative street paving system in the ...
Aotta launches sound panels made from hemp husks
The panels are designed to maintain 'healthy spaces' and consist of Hemp husks fashioned into a natural porous membrane that absorbs sound
Lauren Heath-Jones
Russian design studio Aotta has developed a range of eco-friendly, sound-absorbing panels made from the waste products of hemp seeds. ...
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Bartok Design installs 'transformative' soaking tubs in SpaFusion at Pallazzo Varignana
Bartok Design creates traditional Japanese soaking tubs
Lauren Heath-Jones
Bartok Design, a Japan-based supplier of Ofuro (Japanese bathtubs), has completed a major installation at the newly opened SpaFusion at ...
Designworks launches new glow-in-the-dark tile collection
The tiles contain light-absorbing luminous pigments so they glow-in-the-dark
Lauren Heath-Jones
High-end tile supplier Designworks has created a range of illuminous mosaic tiles for commercial use. Designed to bring light into ...
Artemide excites with latest lighting collection
Designer Alejandro Aravena created O to 'reconcile the needs of the natural and the urban environment'
Lauren Heath-Jones
Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), Herzog and de Meuron, Neri & Hu, MAD Architects and Elemental, the firm of Pritzker winner ...