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on 05/09/2018

David Adjaye and Rem Koolhaas are among the speakers that will headline the 2018 World Architecture Festival (WAF) taking place in Amsterdam in November. John Hill


Headlines
on 04/09/2018

DesignIntelligence (DI), the Atlanta-based company "dedicated to the business success of organizations in architecture, engineering, construction and design," has released the results of its annual survey of thousands of architects, academics and students that determines the best... John Hill


Headlines
on 31/08/2018

The Chicago Architecture Center (CAC), formerly known as the Chicago Architecture Foundation, opens today, August 31, which Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel has proclaimed as "Chicago Architecture Day." John Hill


Headlines
on 30/08/2018

Time magazine's first annual list of "100 destinations to experience right now" is chock full of contemporary architecture. Is this a sign of the lasting "Bilbao effect" or the influence of Instagram? John Hill


Headlines
on 29/08/2018

Amos Rex, a subterranean art museum designed by JKMM Architects, opens on Thursday, August 30th, at Helsinki's Lasipalatsi Square. John Hill


Headlines
on 28/08/2018

The Danish Architecture Center (DAC) launches a podcast series, The Architecture City, with a conversation about BLOX, the new building in Copenhagen by OMA - Office for Metropolitan Architecture that houses the DAC among numerous other functions. John Hill


Headlines
on 23/08/2018

A jury has selected five towers as finalists in the International Highrise Award 2018, which will be presented by the City of Frankfurt/Main together with Deutsches Architekturmuseum (DAM) and DekaBank Deutsche Girozentrale in early November. John Hill


Headlines
on 22/08/2018

The Oslo Council has blocked artist Bjarne Melgaard's attempt to build his "death house" and atelier, designed by Snøhetta, near the site of Edvard Munch's studio. John Hill


Headlines
on 17/08/2018

The Hyatt Foundation appointed Justice Stephen Breyer, one of eight judges currently on the U.S. Supreme Court, as Chair of the Pritzker Architecture Prize jury. His announcement comes after Australian architect Glenn Murcutt stepped down from the Prize jury. John Hill


Headlines
on 15/08/2018

Beulah International has selected "Green Spine," the design by UNStudio and Cox Architecture, for the Southbank development in Melbourne. The scheme includes two twisting towers, one of which would become Australia's tallest. John Hill


Headlines
on 14/08/2018

Earlier this month the Sandy Hook Permanent Memorial Commission selected the winning design in a competition for a permanent memorial that will honor the 26 children and adults who died as a result of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, in 2012. John Hill


Headlines
on 07/08/2018

University College Dublin (UCD) and Malcolm Reading Consultants (MRC) have announced that the team led by New York's Steven Holl Architects has won the two-stage Future Campus – University College Dublin International Design Competition. John Hill


Headlines
on 02/08/2018

The six finalists for the third Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize (MCHAP) were announced earlier this week at an event in Detroit, Michigan. Founded by the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) in 2014, The Americas Prize awards "the best architectural work in the Americas realized... John Hill


Headlines
on 01/08/2018

The New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) has designated the AT&T  Building, designed by Philip Johnson and John Burgee in the early 1980s, as a city landmark. LPC described the building, later known as Sony Plaza and now 550 Madison Avenue, "as an icon of the... John Hill


Headlines
on 28/07/2018

The firm of Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron has been selected to expand the Harvard Graduate School of Design in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The Swiss architects will work with New York's Beyer Blinder Belle on the school's "significant transformation." John Hill


Headlines
on 25/07/2018

The official LEAF judging panel has announced its 2018 shortlist of entries, projects in 14 categories that "are setting the benchmark for the international architectural and design community." John Hill


Headlines
on 19/07/2018

The Royal Institute of British Architects has announced the six shortlisted buildings for the 2018 RIBA Stirling Prize, aka "the UK's best new building." John Hill


Headlines
on 17/07/2018

The Musée de la Romanité, designed by Elizabeth de Portzamparc, opened to the public last month. Located in the center of Nîmes, opposite the famous 2,000-year-old Roman Arena, the Museum of Romanity presents the city's extensive archaeological collection. John Hill


Headlines
on 13/07/2018

The Dulwich Picture Gallery has announced that young architects Pricegore, teaming up with artist Yinka Ilori, have won the competition for the Dulwich Pavilion 2019 with "Colour Palace." John Hill


Headlines
on 12/07/2018

French architect Christian de Portzamparc has been named a recipient of the Japan Art Association’s 2018 Praemium Imperiale International Arts Award, one of the world's most prestigious awards for architects and other artists. John Hill


Headlines
on 11/07/2018

A new statement from the Glasgow School of Art documents the dismantling of Charles Rennie Mackintosh's masterpiece damaged in a fire last month, while the Guardian quotes the GSA director's determination to rebuild. John Hill


Headlines
on 05/07/2018

Alireza Taghaboni, founder of Tehran's nextoffice, has been named the inaugural winner of the Royal Academy Dorfman Award, "honoring an international talent that represents the future of architecture." John Hill


Headlines
on 03/07/2018

Today, the day before Independence Day, the new Museum at Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri, celebrates its grand opening, eight years after the City+Arch+River international design competition. John Hill


Headlines
on 01/07/2018

The Naomi Milgrom Foundation has released renderings of Spanish architect Carme Pinós's design for the fifth annual MPavilion, to be on display in Melbourne's Queen Victoria Gardens from October 2018 to February 2019. John Hill


Headlines
on 28/06/2018

Two weeks after a fire – the second in four years – hit Charles Rennie Mackintosh's masterpiece at the Glasgow School of Art, the Glasgow City Council has determined that portions of the building require urgent dismantling. John Hill


Headlines
on 28/06/2018

The Fundació Mies van der Rohe and Creative Europe have announced the four winners of the second biennial Young Talent Architecture Award (YTAA). John Hill


Headlines
on 27/06/2018

University College Dublin and Malcolm Reading Consultants have revealed the designs from the six shortlisted teams in the Future Campus – University College Dublin International Design Competition. John Hill


Headlines
on 26/06/2018

The World Architecture Festival (WAF) has announced the 536-strong shortlist for the 2018 WAF Awards, which will be decided at the RAI Amsterdam over the course of three days in November. The shortlist is broken down into 34 award categories and includes projects from 81 countries. John Hill


Headlines
on 24/06/2018

A seminar at the American Institute of Architects' Conference on Architecture last week addressed the controversy surrounding the decision of the jury to not award a 2018 Twenty-five Year Award, the AIA's highest honor for an individual project. John Hill


Headlines
on 22/06/2018

Last night, the three-day AIA Conference on Architecture 2018 opened in New York City, culminating in a keynote at Radio City Music Hall headlined by architect David Adjaye. But it was Whitney M. Young Jr. award winner Tamara Eagle Bull who stole the show. John Hill


Headlines
on 19/06/2018

Today the Serpentine Galleries opened Christo and Jeanne-Claude: Barrels and The Mastaba 1958–2018, a major exhibition accompanied by The London Mastaba, a floating sculpture in Hyde Park's Serpentine Lake. John Hill


Headlines
on 16/06/2018

A fire over the weekend destroyed much of Charles Rennie Mackintosh's masterpiece at the Glasgow School of Art, just as the school was wrapping up restorations following a 2014 fire that destroyed the landmark building's library. John Hill


Headlines
on 13/06/2018

Itinerant Office's "Past, Present, Future: about being an architect yesterday, today and beyond" launches today. The project, which exhibited at CANactions International Architecture Festival 2018, features interviews with eleven architecture firms based in Italy and the... John Hill


Headlines
on 12/06/2018

The 2018 Gold Medal, the highest honor of the Australian Institute of Architects -- given to "architects who have designed or executed buildings of high merit, produced work of great distinction resulting in the advancement of architecture or endowed the profession of architecture in a... John Hill


Headlines
on 07/06/2018

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) has announced the eleven winners in three categories for its 2018 Small Project Awards, which "recognize small project practitioners for the high quality of their work and to promote excellence in small project design." John Hill


Headlines
on 05/06/2018

Six shortlisted schemes for the second Dulwich Pavilion, a temporary outdoor visitor welcome space within the historic grounds of Dulwich Picture Gallery to be opened in summer 2019, have been unveiled and are on display at the Gallery where visitors can vote on the winner. John Hill


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