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on 26/06/2015

Paris's Atelier 37.2 has installed New Horizon, an inhabited sculpture for the 4th annual Sculpture by the Sea Aarhus festival that frames the landscape as "two monochromatic, ever-changing Rothko paintings." John Hill


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on 22/06/2015

The 15th Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, designed by Spain's SelgasCano, opens to the public on Thursday in London's Kensington Gardens. John Hill


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on 16/06/2015

Brooklyn's Nomad Studio has installed Green Varnish in the courtyard of the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis (CAM), the twelve-year-old building designed by Brad Cloepfil of Allied Works Architecture. John Hill


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on 10/06/2015

The TREExOFFICE co-working space launched today in Hoxton Square, the first initiative to be realized by the Park Hack project, which was set up to test innovative models that sustain and enhance public open spaces. John Hill


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on 29/05/2015

Italian architects Filippo Pagliani and Michele Rossi of PARK have released PARK Mapp, a guide to modern and contemporary architecture in Milan, the city of Expo 2015. John Hill


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on 27/05/2015

In commemoration of the Vienna Ringstrasse's 150th anniversary, Parabol Art Magazine has published a special edition with photos of Otto Wagner's Postal Savings Bank taken by Hagen Stier and a companion exhibition in the building. John Hill


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on 26/05/2015

The Wall Street Journal reports on the headquarters of online game developer NetDragon Websoft in Changle, China, which is "shaped like Star Trek's Enterprise." John Hill


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on 21/05/2015

Steve Messam, a British artist, has created a self-supporting, walkable bridge from 20,000 sheets of brigh red paper in the green countryside of the Lake District, about midway between Glasgow and Manchester. John Hill, Katinka Corts


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on 20/05/2015

Photographer Iñigo Bujedo Aguirre has sent us some stunning photographs of a handful of the pavilions at the Expo Milano 2015.


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on 19/05/2015

The groundbreaking of the Hunters Point Community Library in Long Island City took place last week, five years after Steven Holl Architects began working on the project. An exhibition at the Sculpture Center, and an online companion, celebrate this step forward. John Hill


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on 19/05/2015

FAT (Fashion, Architecture, Taste), the UK firm of Sean Griffiths, Charles Holland and Sam Jacob, announced their closing in late 2013, with A House for Essex, designed in collaboration with artist Grayson Perry, serving as the studio's last completed commission. John Hill


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on 13/05/2015

SecondMedia's Foamspace submission is the winner of Storefront for Art and Architecture’s 2015 Street Architecture Prize Competition, to be displayed as part of the IDEAS CITY Festival in New York City at the end of May. John Hill


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on 12/05/2015

Artist Daan Roosegaarde has virtually flooded the Museum Square in Amsterdam with his Waterlicht installation, which "lets you experience how the Netherlands would look like without waterworks." John Hill


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on 01/05/2015

Even with rainy skies and protests in the streets, the long-awaited and much-criticized Expo Milano 2015 opened this first day of May. John Hill


Found
on 29/04/2015

Yesterday, MIT dedicated a new memorial to Sean Collier, a campus police officer killed in the line of duty in April 2013. John Hill


Found
on 24/04/2015

On 1 May 2015 the new home of the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, designed by the Renzo Piano Building Workshop in collaboration with Cooper Robertson, opens its doors to the public right next to the southern tip of the High Line. John Hill


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on 15/04/2015

Snarkitecture, the art/architecture duo of Alex Mustonen and Daniel Arsham, in collaboration with COS (Collection Of Style), have created an immersive environment where visitors to the Salone del Mobile "are invited to relax, interact and recharge among the chaos of the festival." John Hill


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on 14/04/2015

As part of Milan Design Week 2015, United Nude and 3D Systems have asked five architects/designers, including Ben van Berkel and Zaha Hadid, to "re-invent shoes" using 3D printing technology. John Hill


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on 10/04/2015

The first 21st century pavilion in Venice’s Giardini della Biennale, the Australian Pavilion designed by Denton Corker Marshall, opens to the public next month when the 56th International Art Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia, takes place. John Hill


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on 09/04/2015

Canadian artist Steve McDonald's forthcoming book Fantastic Cities, published by Chronicle Books, invites readers to color the real and imagined places he has carefully depicted. John Hill


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on 08/04/2015

Last year, for its Summer Block Party, the National Building Museum in Washington, DC, used its Great Hall for the BIG Maze by Bjarke Ingels Group. This summer they will fill it with "The BEACH," with some help from Snarkitecture. John Hill


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on 07/04/2015

Adolfsson & Partners' design for the office of King, the maker of the wildly popular Candy Crush Saga and other games, takes the playfulness of tech company workplace design to an extreme in what the designers call "The Kingdom." John Hill


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on 07/04/2015

Next week is the annual Salone del Mobile in Milano, where product designer and interior architect Gert-Jan Soepenberg is launching Vase #2, a tribute to the design and form of Frank Lloyd Wright's Guggenheim Museum. John Hill


Found
on 27/03/2015

Artist Tomás Saraceno explores social and biological complexity through the manipulation of spider webs in a new exhibition at Tanya Bonakdar Gallery in New York. John Hill


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on 24/03/2015

World-Architects got a sneak peek of the exhibition Latin America in Construction: Architecture 1955-1980, opening at the Museum of Modern Art on the 29th of March. John Hill


Found
on 19/03/2015

The MAK Center for Art and Architecture has launched the online publication Schindler Lab, which documents their "initiative that prompts artists and architects to develop installations highlighting Rudolph M. Schindler's domestic experiment." John Hill


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on 17/03/2015

A photo that landed in our inbox today shows the Nanjing International Youth Cultural Center in Nanjing, China, designed by Zaha Hadid Architects and illuminated by 700,000 nodes of color-changing LED lights. John Hill


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on 11/03/2015

Four years after the earthquake and tsunami that hit the eastern coast of Japan, we take a look at some of the buildings completed under the Home-for-All program started by architect Toyo Ito in response to the disaster. John Hill


Found
on 20/02/2015

Guadalajara-based Estudio Macías Peredo has filled the small space of LIGA with 33 tons of raw volcanic stone for the 17th exhibition at the Mexico City architecture gallery, on display until May. John Hill


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on 20/02/2015

Japanese artist Takahiro Iwasaki has suspended an intricate wooden model of the Shinto shrine of Itsukushina in the National Gallery of Victoria as part of his Reflection Model series. John Hill


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on 19/02/2015

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill is celebrating Chinese New Year and more than four decades of working in China with the 12-year zodiac calendar illustrated by the firm's Graphics + Branding studio. John Hill


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on 18/02/2015

Design Within Reach has selected three winners in its annual Champagne Chair Contest, which asked entrants to "create a miniature chair using only the foil, label, cage and cork from no more than two champagne bottles." John Hill


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on 14/02/2015

For the 2015 Times Square Valentine Heart Design, an invited competition organized by the Times Square Arts and the Architectural League of New York, the winner Stereotank installed an urban drum in the form of a heart. John Hill


Found
on 12/02/2015

Here is a roundup of some monographs of World-Architects member firms – a baker's dozen of those released in the U.S. in the first three months of 2015, at least. John Hill


Found
on 12/02/2015

BIG – Bjarke Ingel Group's W57 project, a residential "courtscraper" on Manhattan's West Side, recently topped off, so yesterday World-Architects headed over to snap some photos of the construction progress. John Hill


Found
on 30/01/2015

World-Architects toured Princeton University earlier today, taking in the campus's appealing mix of old and new buildings. A standout was Rafael Viñoly's Carl Icahn Laboratory from 2003, which contains a conference room designed by Frank Gehry. John Hill


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