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In the May issue, AZURE travels to the far north to take stock of the remarkable range of modern buildings being erected there. In Labrador, Todd Saunders’s seaside cultural centre creates a new benchmark for the region, while Henning Larsen’s town hall-cum-footbridge in the Faroe Islands both nods to and expands local aesthetics. And then there’s Icelandic architect Pálmar Kristmundsson’s striking beachfront retreat – on the site of a former concrete factory.
Plus: Thomas Phifer’s monolithic addition to the Glenstone Museum in Maryland / A conversation with Anna Heringer, the German-born architect championing mud as a building material / The ingenious concrete coach house by Turin firm ElasticoSPA in Italy’s earthquake-prone Friuli region