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Design may 6, 2016

This Car-Free Neighborhood Reimagines How We Think Of Suburbia

A design for a modern urban village promises to be greener and more diverse

Cities february 9, 2015

Hourglass Skyscraper Reduces Wind Damage, Creates Sky-High Sundial

Dutch firm MVRDV designed the 'Turm Mit Taille' tower for Vienna, which twists to open up views of the city

Cities january 21, 2013

Optical Illusion Glass Farmhouse Covers Dutch Town Square [Pics]

MVRDV's 'Glass Farm' is a multi-use space with a facade that looks like a traditional farming structure.

Cities october 5, 2012

Impressive Book Mountain Reinvents Library Design

MVRDV have designed an incredible building in the Netherlands where texts are encased in a glass pyramid.

Cities october 10, 2011

Future High-Rises May Look Like Giant Toy Building Blocks [Pics]

The Vertical Village exhibition includes a tall, colorful sculpture to represent a contemporary approach to urban development.

Culture april 14, 2011

Alain de Botton & Living Architecture Rethink The English Countryside

A new organization commissions modern architects to build vacation rentals that afford vacationers the opportunity to live with modern architecture.

Design october 22, 2010

(Pic) An Architectural Balancing Act

MVRDV designs a remarkable house perched on the edge of a hill.

Design december 4, 2009

(Pics) The Why Factory: Monolithic And Multi-Purpose

The Why Factory is a new think tank at the Faculty of Architecture at the Delft University of Technology.

Cities november 20, 2009

(Pics) Rotterdam Market Hall

Dutch architecture firm MVRDV has designed a stunning building for the city of Rotterdam which stylishly mixes public and private space.

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