House in Balsthal 
Pascal Flammer Architekten
photographer : Ioana Marinescu House in Balsthal 
Pascal Flammer Architekten
photographer : Ioana Marinescu House in Balsthal 
Pascal Flammer Architekten
photographer : Ioana Marinescu House in Balsthal 
Pascal Flammer Architekten
photographer : Ioana Marinescu

House in Balsthal 

Pascal Flammer Architekten

photographer : Ioana Marinescu





Monastère d’Hozoviotissa,
Amorgos, Greece
XI ème siècle
(photos: Sandrine Iratcabal) Monastère d’Hozoviotissa,
Amorgos, Greece
XI ème siècle
(photos: Sandrine Iratcabal) Monastère d’Hozoviotissa,
Amorgos, Greece
XI ème siècle
(photos: Sandrine Iratcabal) Monastère d’Hozoviotissa,
Amorgos, Greece
XI ème siècle
(photos: Sandrine Iratcabal) Monastère d’Hozoviotissa,
Amorgos, Greece
XI ème siècle
(photos: Sandrine Iratcabal)


Muralla Nazari, by Antonio Jimenez Torrecillas
Alto Albaicin, Grenade Muralla Nazari, by Antonio Jimenez Torrecillas
Alto Albaicin, Grenade Muralla Nazari, by Antonio Jimenez Torrecillas
Alto Albaicin, Grenade Muralla Nazari, by Antonio Jimenez Torrecillas
Alto Albaicin, Grenade


Ark Booktower by Rintala Eggertsson
Victoria and Albert Museum, London UK
2010 Ark Booktower by Rintala Eggertsson
Victoria and Albert Museum, London UK
2010 Ark Booktower by Rintala Eggertsson
Victoria and Albert Museum, London UK
2010

Ark Booktower by Rintala Eggertsson

Victoria and Albert Museum, London UK

2010



Chain Reactor by Rintala Eggertsson
Montréal - Canada
2002 Chain Reactor by Rintala Eggertsson
Montréal - Canada
2002




Santa Maria Church, Marco de Canaveses

Alvaro Siza

photography : Edouard Cailliau

via afasia



The Rose, private residence and office by N Maeda Atelier - 2009

Photo by Nacasa & Partners



House in Kanagawa, Japan - 2011
by Suppose Design Office House in Kanagawa, Japan - 2011
by Suppose Design Office House in Kanagawa, Japan - 2011
by Suppose Design Office


Void House - Brussels, Belgium
Completed in 2009 by Gon Zifroni Metahaven assisted by POM-Archi for the construction
Photography by Filip Dujardin  Void House - Brussels, Belgium
Completed in 2009 by Gon Zifroni Metahaven assisted by POM-Archi for the construction
Photography by Filip Dujardin 

Void House - Brussels, Belgium

Completed in 2009 by Gon Zifroni Metahaven assisted by POM-Archi for the construction

Photography by Filip Dujardin 



Reconstruction of Nahr el-Bared Refugee Camp by the United Nations Relief & Work agency UNRWA in Tripoli, Lebanon - 2011
Shortlisted for the 2013 Aga Khan Award for Architecture
photography by Ismael Sheikh Hassan
via Domus Reconstruction of Nahr el-Bared Refugee Camp by the United Nations Relief & Work agency UNRWA in Tripoli, Lebanon - 2011
Shortlisted for the 2013 Aga Khan Award for Architecture
photography by Ismael Sheikh Hassan
via Domus Reconstruction of Nahr el-Bared Refugee Camp by the United Nations Relief & Work agency UNRWA in Tripoli, Lebanon - 2011
Shortlisted for the 2013 Aga Khan Award for Architecture
photography by Ismael Sheikh Hassan
via Domus

Reconstruction of Nahr el-Bared Refugee Camp by the United Nations Relief & Work agency UNRWA in Tripoli, Lebanon - 2011

Shortlisted for the 2013 Aga Khan Award for Architecture

photography by Ismael Sheikh Hassan

via Domus



Asakusa Visitor Center in Tokyo - Japan
Kengo Kuma and Associates - 2012 Asakusa Visitor Center in Tokyo - Japan
Kengo Kuma and Associates - 2012

Asakusa Visitor Center in Tokyo - Japan

Kengo Kuma and Associates - 2012



Design and Research Center, South Korea
Alvaro Siza, Carlos Castanheira and Kim Jong Kyu Design and Research Center, South Korea
Alvaro Siza, Carlos Castanheira and Kim Jong Kyu Design and Research Center, South Korea
Alvaro Siza, Carlos Castanheira and Kim Jong Kyu

Design and Research Center, South Korea

Alvaro Siza, Carlos Castanheira and Kim Jong Kyu



Check out Mas Context’s last issue : BOUNDARY

" We all set our personal and physical boundaries. They are important to keep us running as well as sane. Other boundaries, established by people, countries or nature are used to define edges, separate two entities, and interrupt natural flows such as human migrations and ecosystems. Natural and artificial boundaries exist and will continue to do so in one way or another. Is it possible, then, to rethink what a boundary is, what its potential in our society can be, and if we even need them? "