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AAVP Architecture

LESS - Urban Amplifier

Works24. April 2017
By: AAVP Architecture
Paris, France - 2016
Photo: Luc Boegly (All photographs courtesy of v2com)
In 1891 the city of Paris registered this 100-meter passageway, open two years prior on the property of sieur Delessert, between the Rue Pierre Dupont and the Quai de Valmy.
LWPAC - Lang Wilson Practice in Architecture Culture

UBC Dairy Research Centre Housing

Works24. April 2017
By: LWPAC - Lang Wilson Practice in Architecture Culture
Agassiz British Columbia, Canada - 2015
Photo: Ema Peter
The project is a new community hub for the UBC Dairy Research Centre in Agassiz, British Columbia. The project offers quality faculty and student housing in addition to common social, research and infrastructure spaces, arranged around a common courtyard to create a vibrant community.
APOLLO / Satoshi Kurosaki


Works24. April 2017
By: APOLLO / Satoshi Kurosaki
Photo: Masao Nishikawa
The client for this project has a large art collection, and wanted to start a new chapter in life with his family in a house with museum-like qualities that would take advantage of this collection. The neighborhood surrounding the site is quiet, so in order to keep noise to a minimum and not create an intrusive feeling, we proposed a single-story reinforced concrete structure.
ICD/ITKE Research Pavilion 2016-17

A Cantilever Pointing to the Future

Products21. April 2017
By: John Hill
© ICD/ITKE, Photograph by Burggraf / Reichert
The Institute for Computational Design and Construction (ICD) and the Institute of Building Structures and Structural Design (ITKE) at the University of Stuttgart have completed a new research pavilion that breaks ground through its robotic fabrication of glass and carbon fiber-reinforced composites.
Synthesis Design + Architecture

Data Moire

Works21. April 2017
By: Synthesis Design + Architecture
San Francisco California, USA - 2016
All images courtesy of Synthesis Design
Synthesis Design + Architecture and IBM Watson Analytics have collaborated to merge data analytics, parametric modelling, and digital fabrication to create Data Moiré, a large scale interior feature wall recently completed for the IBM Watson Experience Center in San Francisco, California.
L-R, top to bottom: Éric Lapierre, Ambra Fabi, Giovanni Piovene, Mariabruna Fabrizi, Fosco Lucarelli, Laurent Esmilaire and Tristan Chadney, Sébastien Marot, Vasco Pinelo de Melo (Photo courtesy of Trienal de Arquitectura de Lisboa)
The Lisbon Architecture Triennale has announced that a team led by Parisian architect Éric Lapierre will curate the fifth Triennale, which will take place October to December 2019.
2017 AIA Board of Directors (Photo: AIA)
Although the Trump administration expresses skepticism in regards to human-induced climate change, architects know better – as does the AIA. Just in time for Earth Day on 22 April, the American Institute of Architects has released a list of principles that serve to highlight architects' role in combating climate change.
Damian Rogers Architecture

The Leaf House

Works20. April 2017
By: Damian Rogers Architecture
Melbourne Victoria, Australia - 2015
Photo: Alessandro Cerutti (All photos courtesy of BowerBird)
The bold form of the extension linking the two existing buildings, has been abstracted from the existing roof forms and respectfully acknowledges the heritage dwelling and streetscape.

Times Square Reconstruction

Works19. April 2017
By: Snøhetta
New York New York, USA - 2017
Photo: Michael Grimm
Today, the NYC Department of Transportation, Department of Design and Construction, Snøhetta, and the Times Square Alliance celebrate the completion of a reinvented Times Square, as the revamped “Crossroads of the World” embraces its role as a stage for public life and freedom of expression.
Hérault Arnod Architectes

Contemporary Music Centre (SMAC)

Works19. April 2017
By: Hérault Arnod Architectes
Évreux Haute-Normandie, France
Photo: André Morin (All photographs courtesy of v2com)
This Contemporary Music Centre (SMAC) is a musical complex consisting of two auditoriums of very different kinds and recording studios, linked by a public space called the deck, running from one side of the building to the other.