杂志

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on 2014/7/2

The Art Institute of Chicago pairs two unlikely architects in the fascinating exhibition Architecture to Scale: Stanley Tigerman and Andrew Zago, now on display until September 14, 2014. John Hill


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on 2014/6/30

Hy-Fi, a project by David Benjamin's The Living, opened recently in the courtyard of MoMA PS1. The installation, the winner of the museum's Young Architect's Program, is made from special bricks that will be composted at the end of the summer. John Hill


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on 2014/6/29

World-Architects traveled to Chicago last week to attend the 2014 AIA National Convention, where we spoke with architects, looked at some great architecture, went to some parties, and learned as much as possible about where the profession is heading. John Hill


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on 2014/6/27

In addition to last night's PechaKucha, we also headed over to the Columbia College Chicago Media Production Center for the AIA Central States party. John Hill


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on 2014/6/27

In addition to the keynotes, lectures, discussions, exposition and other opportunities for architects to learn at the AIA Convention, there are also the parties. Last night we attended the PechaKucha at Martyrs' in the North Center neighborhood. John Hill


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on 2014/6/26

One of the highlights on the expo floor at the 2014 AIA National Convention is Kreysler & Associates' composite façade panel for SNØHETTA's expansion of SFMOMA, now under construction. John Hill


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on 2014/6/25

We're in Chicago for the 2014 AIA National Convention. Read our posts from the convention on the Daily News for the rest of the week. John Hill


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on 2014/6/24

Chilean architect Smiljan Radić's design for the 14th Serpentine Gallery Pavilion opens on Thursday in London's Kensington Gardens. John Hill


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on 2014/6/19

On June 19 The Mound of Vendôme, an exhibition and research project by David Gissen, opens at the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal. The project revisits the brief Commune de Paris of 1871 and its demolition of Napoleon's column. John Hill


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on 2014/6/17

This week's German-Architects eMagazine highlights the GIFs of Axel de Stampa, which take well-known works of contemporary architecture and animate them in creative ways inspired by their unique forms. John Hill


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on 2014/6/16

In less than ten days thousands of architects will converge upon Chicago for the 2014 AIA National Convention, being held at McCormick Place. But the real fun will take place on the North Side at PechaKucha Night on June 26. John Hill


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on 2014/6/7

The exhibition Made in Europe, organized by the European Commission and the Fundació Mies van der Rohe, opens today at Palazzo Michiel as a collateral event of the 2014 Venice Biennale. Here is a peek at the 25 years of the Mies/EU Prize on display. John Hill


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on 2014/6/6

Daniel Libeskind's project for the Venice Pavilion is comprised of three elements: 100 of the architect's never-before-seen drawings mounted on glass panels, a chandelier made from hand-blown glass, and a sculptural "X" in front of the pavilion. John Hill


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on 2014/6/6

As part of Lisson Gallery's Genius Loci – Spirit of Place, running concurrently with the Venice Biennale, Ai Weiwei has assembled a monumental stack of conjoined stainless steel bicycles overlooking the Grand Canal and Accademia bridge. John Hill


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on 2014/6/5

In the Elements of Architecture portion of the Venice Biennale, Rem Koolhaas has defined 15 fundamental elements, such as ceilings, floors, stairs, and walls. The latter has a particularly impressive kinetic skin wall by Germany's Barkow Leibinger. John Hill


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on 2014/6/5

As part of the Absorbing Modernity 1914-2014 segment of Fundamentals, the 2014 Venice Biennale directed by Rem Koolhaas, the Architectural Association School of Architecture has realized a full-scale model of Le Corbusier's famous Maison Dom-ino. John Hill


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on 2014/6/4

World-Architects got a preview of the Time-Space-Existence exhibition, a collateral event of the Venice Biennale. The exhibition is being held in two venues: Palazzo Bembo and Palazzo Mora. Here we highlight some pieces from Palazzo Mora. John Hill


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on 2014/6/4

World-Architects got a preview of the Time-Space-Existence exhibition, a collateral event of the Venice Biennale. The exhibition is being held in two venues: Palazzo Bembo and Palazzo Mora. Here we highlight some pieces from Palazzo Bembo. John Hill


Rem

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on 2014/6/4

Last night was a small party for press at the Biennale office near San Marco. The man of the hour, of course, was Director Rem Koolhaas, who mingled for a while (and chatted on the phone) before getting on his boat. John Hill


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on 2014/6/4

The World-Architects team has arrived in Venice for the Biennale. Be sure to check in daily, as we'll be posting to the Daily News throughout the week. Pictured is a vaporetto with Irma Boom's graphic treatment for Fundamentals. John Hill


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on 2014/5/30

Artist Robert Morris's permanent addition to the Donald J. Hall Sculpture Park at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri, opened on May 22. John Hill


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on 2014/5/27

If anybody can be described as a sound architect it's Bernhard Leitner, who created "Le Cylindre Sonore" for the Parc de la Villette in Paris. His work is celebrated in an upcoming exhibition at Architekturzentrum Wien (Az W). John Hill


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on 2014/5/26

Today we are launching Daily News, a new editorial section of World-Architects that, as the name indicates, brings headlines, projects, products and other features to readers on a daily basis. John Hill


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on 2014/5/19

The passing of H.R. Giger on May 13 at the age of 74 has prompted us to think of the artist's contribution to films like Alien but also the eponymous bars he designed in his home country of Switzerland. John Hill


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on 2014/5/12

Founded by Phyllis Lambert in 1989 as a museum and study center, the Canadian Centre for Architecture has established itself as one of the most important collecting and research institutions focused on architecture in the world. John Hill


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on 2014/5/5

Google has teamed up with LEGO to launch Build with Chrome. In addition to creating whatever strikes their fancy in an online virtual environment, builders can place their structures in Google Maps alongside other creations – a true "Land of Legos." John Hill


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on 2014/4/28

Fujiko Nakaya: Veil, guarantees to make a strong – if fleeting – impact on the iconic heart of the 47-acre Philip Johnson Glass House campus in New Canaan. John Hill


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on 2014/4/14

Cassina's stand at the Salone Internazionale de Mobile in the Rho Fiera was billed as "a sensorial natural habitat" and designed by Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto, the creator of last year's Serpentine Gallery. John Hill


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on 2014/4/7

For the third year in a row, The Architectural League of New York and Socrates Sculpture Park have held the Folly competition "that invites emerging architects and designers to propose contemporary interpretations of the architectural folly." This year's winner is SuralArk, a... John Hill


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on 2014/3/31

Photographer Jordi Bernadó responds to the fact Mies van der Rohe ordered the Barcelona Pavilion to be photographed without doors in his intervention Second Reconstruction. John Hill


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on 2014/3/24

Shigeru Ban is the Pritzker Architecture Prize 2014 Laureate. John Hill


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on 2014/3/17

On March 11 the 2014 Venice Biennale curator Rem Koolhaas expanded upon the theme of Fundamentals and its three interlocking exhibitions: Absorbing Modernity 1914-2014, Elements of Architecture and Monditalia. John Hill


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on 2014/3/10

Canadian artists Caitlind r.c. Brown & Wayne Garrett have created installations, most notably CLOUD, from old incandescent bulbs. In a similar vein the duo realized NEW MOON for an arts festival in Lexington, Kentucky. NEW MOON is an interactive sculpture that exhibits the moon's phases,... John Hill


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on 2014/3/3

Photographer Fong Qi Wei's articulated goal is to "'make special' via the medium of photography."  John Hill


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on 2014/2/24

If architectural creativity is an indicator, Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet should be a favorite in the upcoming Paris municipal election, since she wants to turn a number of "phantom" Metro stations below the streets of Paris into concert halls, nightclubs, swimming pools, and even gardens. John Hill


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on 2014/2/17

For the sixth year in a row, Times Square Alliance has installed a three-dimensional heart in New York City's busiest public space for Valentine's Day. Brooklyn's Young Projects won the competition for the 2014 installation with Match-Maker. John Hill


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