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The walls have years

Pei Cobb Freed & Partners has expanded the luxury Nimb Hotel in Copenhagen’s Tivoli amusement park, mixing Moorish fantasy with water-like fluidity

Herbert Wright talks to Haworth Tompkins about its work in bringing two historic venues — the Bristol Old Vic and the Battersea Arts Centre — back to life

Block party

Hidden intervention

At home with Blueprint

CONTENTS

REVIEW

174 Exhibition The Design Museum’s Home Futures show presents ideas of how the future of the home was once imagined

176 Event Helen Parton shares the highlights of Dubai Design Week’s Global Grad Show, showcasing the best of student design around the world

180 Exhibition How to See [What Isn’t There], a group show at the Langen Foundation in Germany, explores the notion of absence

182 Exhibition Denmark’s Lousiana Museum of Modern Art presents an in-depth look at the studio of Alejandro Aravena, Elemental

184 Exhibition Veronica Simpson visits the Groninger Museum’s Chihuly show, the largest European exhibition of the artist’s work in the last 20 years

194 Archive We return to April 1992, when Nicholas Grimshaw was on the cover of the magazine — and Deyan Sudjic looked at Walt Disney as city planner

Veronica Simpson visits Stockholm to find out how two new apartment blocks — from Bjarke Ingels Group and OMA — have transformed the city skyline

In Chicago, a new space for art and architecture, Wrightwood 659, has been created by Tadao Ando’s raw concrete intervention in a 1920s apartment block

We go from London to Lisbon to explore new projects from Gatti Routh Rhodes Architects, Peter Barber Architects and Barbas Lopes Arquitectos

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