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Monthly Archives: December 2018

SHOPLIFTERS

Our recommendation for long winter nights: the wonderful and disarming masterpiece Shoplifters, by Japanese director Hirokazu Koreeda about a family of outcasts on the fringes of Tokyo. Utterly breathtaking and heartbreaking.

MONO.KULTUR #46: FRANCIS KÉRÉ / EXCERPT 01

Francis Kéré on his first project – building a schook for his hometown in Burkina Faso – excerpted from our new issue mono.kultur #46.
The Gando School in your hometown is the project that brought you initial acclaim and attention worldwide. This was your student project that you began working on before you graduated. Was that [...]

MONO.KULTUR #46: FRANCIS KÉRÉ

Dear Friends,
in our most colourful issue yet, we step into the life and work of architect Francis Kéré, known in equal measure for his lighthearted and innovative architecture, his remarkable background, and his infectious sense of optimism.
And his path is an extraordinary one: beginning in Gando, a small village in Burkina Faso, and moving all [...]

MONO.KULTUR #46 / SOUNDBITE 03

With mono.kultur #46, we turn to a singular career in architecture. Finally out next week.