Budapest doors - glo-shelves - Beside the sea-side - Zaha Hadid - dancing apartment
Follow Zsolt Molnár’s project to chart ‘the typographical diversity of Budapest’s street numbers’ by posting a photograph of a front door for each day of the year. Today: number 65.
Strange shelving: it looks like a pulse on a heart monitor and glows in the dark.
Beside the sea-side
Blueprint magazine investigates the latest efforts to revitalise British coastal towns including Rick Mather’s Towner Gallery in Eastbourne, Niall McLaughlin’s Deal Pier Cafe and Alison Brooks’s Quarterhouse Performing Arts and Business Centre in Folkestone.
Read the great woman’s water-themed interview in the Guardian - she talks about her aquatics centre, curvy taps and the great rivers of the Middle East.
Check out the ‘dancing apartment’ by South Korea’s Unsangdong architects (pictured).