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Headlines
on 3/11/19

Images have been unveiled for the Office for Metropolitan Architecture's contribution to the large Greenpoint Landing development on the Brooklyn waterfront. John Hill


Number
on 3/11/19

Number of chicken finding a suitable home in a chicken coop in Erzincan, Turkey, designed by Istanbul's SO? Architecture&Ideas: 800 René Ammann


Insight
on 3/11/19

How are architects using Vectorworks to design better, more sustainable buildings? Answers were in abundance at the John Hill


Products
on 3/8/19

Jürg Zumtobel, longtime Managing Director and Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Zumtobel Group, recalls the beginnings and the core of the family business, which today employs six and a half thousand people worldwide and has always placed architecture at the center of its activities. Jenny Keller


Headlines
on 3/7/19

New York's MoMA PS1 has announced that Mexico City's Pedro&Juana is winner of the 2019 Young Architects Program (YAP). The studio's Hórama Rama will be installed in the institution's courtyard this summer. John Hill


Works
on 3/7/19

Las Chicas, Los Chicos y Los Maniquís Restaurant by El Equipo Creativo has won Best Use of Colour at the 2019 Frame Awards. El Equipo Creativo


Works
on 3/7/19

Western Canada's largest museum shares, preserves and collects the human and natural history of Alberta. DIALOG


Found
on 3/6/19

The March 5th announcement of Arata Isozaki as the 2019 laureate of the Pritzker Architecture Prize brought with it a flurry of official press photos of the Japanese architect's most prominent buildings. But what about the other projects that also define who Isozaki is as an architect – and... John Hill


Film
on 3/6/19

Arata Isozaki, the 2019 Pritzker Architecture Prize laureate, explains in a short film how his approach to architecture was born from the destruction of World War II, leading... John Hill


Film
on 3/5/19

Itinerant Office's "Past, Present, Future: about being an architect yesterday, today and beyond" consists of interviews with eleven architects heading firms based in Italy and the Netherlands. Here we highlight Stefano Boeri, founder of Milan's Stefano Boeri Architetti. John Hill


Headlines
on 3/5/19

Chicago's Hyatt Foundation has announced that Japanese architect Arata Isozaki is the 2019 laureate of the annual Pritzker Architecture Prize, considered architecture's highest honor. John Hill


Number
on 3/4/19

Estimated housing deficit in Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial capital and home to 21 million people: 3 million René Ammann


Reviews
on 3/4/19

From its establishment in 2014 until last year, Furioso Vineyards occupied a barn-like, easy-to-miss building with red siding. Renovated by Portland's Waechter Architecture, the winery's charred cedar screen now grabs the attention of those driving by, while glass walls invite them to sip some... Waechter Architecture

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Headlines
on 3/4/19

The Irish-born American architect Kevin Roche, recipient of the 1982 Pritzker Architecture Prize, has died at the age of 96. Ulf Meyer


Headlines
on 3/1/19

New York's Weiss/Manfredi has released renderings of their masterplan for the 28-acre U.S. Embassy campus in India, more than sixty years after Edward Durell Stone designed the Chancery there. John Hill


Works
on 2/28/19

Nestled in the vales of the Eastern Townships, near the Vermont border, the Abercorn Chalet is the brainchild of Laurent Guez, designer and partner at Tux Creative. His aim was to create a unique living experience through architecture, embodying contrasts of harmony, open spaces and cozy... Tux Creative


Insight
on 2/28/19

Frank Gehry turns 90 today. He has achieved … everything. Ulf Meyer


Found
on 2/27/19

Siza: Unseen and Unknown, now on display at the Tchoban Foundation. Museum for Architectural Drawing in Berlin, features around 100 sketches by architect Álvaro Siza — as well as drawings by his late wife, son, and grandson.


Works
on 2/27/19

The Baechi Foundation contracted gus wüstemann architects to build a housing block in the outer green belt of Albisrieden in the city of Zurich — nine flats with a high living quality on a low budget. gus wüstemann architects


Works
on 2/27/19

Tata Consultancy Services’ new software development campus was inspired by the important role courtyards play in traditional Indian architecture, specifically the role they play in fostering community interactions. Yazdani Studio Cannon Design


Works
on 2/26/19

The small Dodged house is located in the historical city center of Lisbon, in the popular neighborhood of Mouraria. Leopold Banchini, Daniel Zamarbide


Headlines
on 2/26/19

The studio led by Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas has won the competition for the extension and restructuring of the port of Fontvieille with cultural, commercial, public, and landscaped spaces. John Hill


Works
on 2/26/19

The building is set back facing Frankfurter Straße, thus generating the space for a public square – Emanuel Merck Platz. The interior is characterized by the unfolding of a continuously flowing spatial structure. HENN


Reviews
on 2/25/19

Josep Lluis Sert served as Dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Design from 1953 to 1969, during which time he designed the Holyoke Center across the street from Harvard Square and the gates to Harvard Yard. Now the Smith Campus Center, the administrative building was renovated by Hopkins... Hopkins Architects, Bruner/Cott Architects

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Works
on 2/25/19

In the middle of nature at the Vinkeveense plassen, i29 interior architects and Chris Collaris designed a tiny holiday home. i29 interior architects & Chris Collaris


Number
on 2/25/19

Number of new buildings of around 10 stories being built near the Acropolis in Athens that have sparked protests (and a petition with more than 22,000 signees) over the René Ammann


Headlines
on 2/22/19

The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) is now accepting entries for the third $100,000 RAIC International Prize, formerly... John Hill


Products
on 2/22/19

A "living sculpture" on display at the Centre Pompidou in Paris consists of oxygen-producing bacteria inserted into a 3D-printed substructure. Could this be the next generation of living walls that adorn buildings? John Hill


Works
on 2/21/19

The Learning Resource Center is an innovative state-of-the-art library that provides a vibrant collection of study spaces organized around a dramatic social stair on the Michael J. Grant Campus of Suffolk County Community College in Brentwood, New York. ikon.5 architects


Headlines
on 2/21/19

With Frank Gehry's 90th birthday coming at the end of the month, it's worth checking in on the status of two huge projects he's working on in the city he calls home and the one where he was born. John Hill


Found
on 2/20/19

A major retrospective at the Met Breuer and the re-staging of a nearly 50-year-old installation in Brooklyn Bridge Park highlight the amazing, architectonic oeuvre of Iranian-American artist Siah Armajani. John Hill


Headlines
on 2/19/19

Waterfront Toronto and Alphabet’s Sidewalk Labs have released a project update for their creation of a mixed-use neighborhood on Toronto's Eastern Waterfront, complete with renderings that depict buildings made from mass timber. John Hill


Works
on 2/19/19

There are two main guidelines for the architectural concept of Paloma Offices: the connection between the interior space that flows into the surrounding exterior and site constraints that generate the need to create a symbol for the area. CUMULUS


Reviews
on 2/18/19

Barnard College occupies a small four-acre campus in New York's Morningside Heghts neighborhood, meaning expansion this century has involved the demolition of smaller modern buildings and their replacement with taller buildings. Down came Lehman Hall and up went the Milstein Center, which... Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

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Specials
on 2/18/19

The upcoming ISH will be held on a new sequence of days and feature a revised trade fair structure as well as a focus on energy efficiency and digital applications. Martina Metzner


Number
on 2/18/19

Years after Sam Shaw took the iconic "Flying Skirt" photograph of Marilyn Monroe in New York City that Japanese architect Koichi Takada unveiled his 63-story "Sky Tree" tower for Downtown Los Angeles René Ammann


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