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Oslo Architecture Triennale
on 9/11/17
The Oslo Architecture Triennale (OAT) is seeking a Chief Curator, theme and concept for its seventh edition to be held in Oslo, Norway, during autumn 2019. Individuals or collectives of any nationality and country of residence are openly invited to send their proposal in English.
Holst Architecture
on 9/11/17
From the street, One North is a daring mixed-use project that attracts a fair amount of attention through its wood-clad elevations that curve into projecting glazed portals. On the inside, the buildings create a courtyard, a public space for residents of Portland, while behind the facades are...
Lester Levine
on 9/8/17
Monday marks the 16th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. For Lester Levine, author of a book on the 2003 World Trade Center Memorial Design Competition, this anniversary comes at a time when all of the steel from the Twin Towers has been distributed around the world for use in 9/11...
on 9/8/17
At a recent ceremony in Nairobi the LafargeHolcim Foundation announced the winners of the LafargeHolcim Awards 2017 for Africa and the Middle East, sustainable projects "that go beyond standards and deliver new or visionary solutions."
NBJ Architectes
on 9/8/17
The challenge of building the Sports Hall Jean-Louis Trintignant in Uzès is to suggest a project that can work perfectly with the existing environment while creating optimal conditions allowing sports practice. The main focus is spot on the utility of the interior areas, as well as the...
on 9/7/17
The Louvre Abu Dhabi, which announced it will be opening to the public on 11 November 2017, has released some images of the long anticipated building designed by Jean Nouvel.
Team V Architectuur
on 9/7/17
Hotel Arena in Amsterdam has been recently transformed by Team V Architecture into an exquisite hotspot for both tourists and locals. The design creates a hotel secluded within the oasis of a city park, which is unique to Amsterdam.
on 9/7/17
The World Architecture Festival (WAF), which takes place in Berlin from 15-17 November 2017, has revealed the lineup of speakers who will grace the festival's main stage.
on 9/6/17
The 2012 Pritzker Architecture Prize laureate has been appointed to the Pritzker Prize jury alongside André Corrêa do Lago, the current Brazilian Ambassador to Japan.
on 9/6/17
The new A. Alfred Taubman Wing of the University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning in Ann Arbor is set to open on Friday.
Richard Meier & Partners Architects
on 9/6/17
Richard Meier & Partners has completed its first international residential tower and its first project in Israel. The new Rothschild Tower is inspired by the scale and Bauhaus design principles of its neighbors in Tel Aviv’s White City.
on 9/5/17
Thirty-eight projects in six categories have been named recipients of the American Society of Landscape Architects' 2017 Professional Awards.
on 9/5/17
A memorial honoring the twelve people killed in the hostage standoff at the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich is set to open on Wednesday in the city's Olympic Park.
KIT Karlsruhe + ETH Zürich + Singapore-ETH Centre
on 9/5/17
MycoTree is a spatial branching structure made out of load-bearing mycelium components. Its geometry was designed using 3D graphic statics, keeping the weak material in compression only. Its complex nodes were grown in digitally fabricated moulds.
Ensamble Studio
on 9/4/17
Ensamble Studio's Cyclopean House may look like an industrial building dropped into a residential neighborhood near Boston, but its utilitarian aesthetic is the result of some highly innovative thinking on lightweight construction and how suburban homes function. The Spanish architects...
on 9/1/17
The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies and The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design have named French architect Manuelle Gautrand as laureate of this year's European Prize for Architecture.
on 9/1/17
To fit in with the brick facades of other developments on Churchilllaan in Kanaleneiland, Utrecht, Mei architects and planners finished their De Verkenner Residential Tower with brown concrete exterior walls embedded with 13,000 ceramic tiles.
on 8/31/17
Two Chicago institutions have been selected by the U.S. Department of State to serve as co-commissioners of the United States Pavilion at next year's Venice Architecture Biennale.
Anonym
on 8/30/17
Flower Cage House is a former housing estate with an internal area of 300m2. The owner wanted to renovate the house to provide spaces that suit their needs to full capacity. After a home survey the architects proposed to adjust the interior space to bring in natural light and add...
on 8/30/17
The art island of Naoshima in Japan’s Inland Sea is a synthesis of the arts. Here, architecture, nature and art are combined to form a synesthetic experience, which is without equal even in the culturally spoilt Land of the Rising Sun.
Kanokwan Trakulyingcharoen
on 8/30/17
Y House opens a dialogue with its existing context through the rhythm of building skin layering. It brings about the perception of the flow of spaces from the context to living spaces of the house. The relationship creates enclosed spaces and environment that provides privacy, while connects...
on 8/29/17
With drone footage and the unveiling of a new model kit of the BIG-designed LEGO House in Billund, Denmark, some hype is building before the museum's opening on 28 September 2017.
Marek Štěpán
on 8/29/17
Church of St. Wenceslas in Sazovice is a modern rotunda and contemporary architecture built on conservative principles from Moravian architectural office Atelier Štěpán.
on 8/29/17
The Louisiana Museum of Modern Art interviews 94-year-old architect Yona Friedman on "how his years as a refugee sparked his desire to make architecture adaptable."
UNStudio
on 8/28/17
In both IPARK developments (Block 1 and Block 2) a pointillist framework of colour in two distinct designs - similar to the texture of a fabric or a media screen - is used to connect and dissolve the individual apartment towers into one consolidated mega-block, whilst creating distinct identities...
on 8/28/17
Over the weekend the annual Exhibit Columbus celebration opened its three-month run in Indiana with, among other things, the unveiling of the five Miller Prize winners installed along Fifth Street.
Buchanan Architecture
on 8/28/17
If not for the carved gable form, what lies behind the primarily solid facade of reclaimed wood in an East Dallas neighborhood would be a mystery. As described by Buchanan Architecture, the single-family house is like a series of individual “buildings” separated by outdoor patios...
on 8/25/17
The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies have announced the 75 projects from 28 countries that have won 2017 International Architecture Awards.
Batay-Csorba Architects
on 8/25/17
CORE Modern Homes is a 16,000sf 7-unit townhouse development which explores the potential of spatially oriented apertures that work to induce movement and visual interest within an efficient volume which maximizes programmatic potential.
on 8/24/17
The "private educational forum" of billionaire Nicolas Berggruen will be situated atop a mountain ridge in Los Angeles, near Topanga Canyon State Park.
Neri&Hu Design and Research Office
on 8/24/17
"Moving elements in a city, and in particular the people and their activities, are as important as the stationary physical parts. We are not simply observers of this spectacle, but are ourselves a part of it, on the stage with the other participants." – Kevin Lynch, The...
on 8/23/17
After repeated delays, some new photos posted to Twitter show that Jean Nouvel's Louvre Abu Dhabi is finally nearing completion.
Denis Esakov, Karina Diemer
on 8/23/17
Spying on Moscow is a new "winged guide" by photographer Denis Esakov and author Karina Diemer that portrays Russia's largest city from above to reveal the "fifth façades" of its important buildings.
on 8/22/17
Two recent architectural interventions making the rounds on architecture blogs – one on a rooftop and one underneath a bridge – call attention to the potential of leftover spaces in cities.
on 8/22/17
Work stopped yesterday for much of the United States and other parts of North America as the first total solar eclipse in 99 years passed from the West Coast to the East Coast.
on 8/22/17
Six design teams have been shortlisted in an international design competition for the future restoration, reimagining and rebuilding of Clandon Park, an 18th-century Palladian house in Surrey.
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