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Aiming for sustainable multi-center regeneration


International architecture


International architecture

Ala Architects
Oodi Central Library

  • Ala Architects |  | The Plan

Architecture of the month

  • FreelandBuck |  | The Plan
    FreelandBuck
    Stack House

The plan award 2018

Architecture of the month

FreelandBuck
Stack House

Italian Architecture


Italian Architecture

Studio Transit
ATAC Headquarters

  • Studio Transit |  | The Plan

Wood in architecture

  • Desai Chia Architecture |  The Plan
    Desai Chia Architecture
    Montauk House

THE PLAN TALK

Wood in architecture

Desai Chia Architecture
Montauk House


Radar

  • Morphogenesis |  | The Plan
    Morphogenesis
Radar

Morphogenesis

  • Morphogenesis |  | The Plan

Report


Report

CcS Architecture
Glen Park Residence
Contrasting elements

  • CcS Architecture |  | The Plan

AIA/CES ONLINE COURSES

  • Ben van Berkel UNStudio |  | The Plan
    Ben van Berkel UNStudio
    House beside a Vineyard
AIA/CES ONLINE COURSES

Ben van Berkel UNStudio
House beside a Vineyard

Company Lab

Fakro
Door and Window Frames

  • Fakro | The Plan
Products
News

Company Lab


Products

  • Ultima+ Finesse | The Plan
    Armstrong Building Products
    Ultima+ Finesse
  • Cube | The Plan
    lasfera
    Cube

News

  • Il Prisma recupera palazzo Carducci 14 | The Plan

    Il Prisma recupera palazzo Carducci 14
  • Boero: professionalità e ricerca al servizio del colore | The Plan

    Boero: professionalità e ricerca al servizio del colore

“THE PLAN - Architecture & Technologies in Detail” , founded in Bologna in 2001, is one of the most acclaimed architecture and design reviews in Italy and worldwide . THE PLAN’s editorial approach is to provide in-depth understanding of the architectures reviewed. Content quality is a major prerequisite and each project is prepared with the utmost attention, from the construction details through to images and graphic design. THE PLAN’s readers readers - architects, designers, engineers, investors and developers - are the decision makers of materials and technological systems for constructions, solutions for contract, interior design and outdoor.

Today’s integrated project-development approach, whereby suppliers work with architects as design and construction partners, means that THE PLAN’s readers have a broad overview of what’s available and whom to contact for new building technologies and innovative design. According to THE PLAN international approach, the projects texts are in English and Italian while the construction details are in English, Italian, German and Spanish. THE PLAN has subscribers in 70 countries and distribution in newsstands, airports, railway stations, shopping malls, bookstores, in more than 60 countries worldwide.

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