杂志

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on 2013/10/14

On Saturday the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced that Team Austria, made up of students from the Vienna Institute of Technology, is the winner of the 2013 Solar Decathlon, held at Orange County Great Park in Irvine, California.  John Hill


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on 2013/10/7

On September 28 the Serpentine Gallery in London's Kensington Gardens opened the Sackler Gallery, a new exhibition space and restaurant in a former gunpowder depot about a five-minute walk from the main gallery. Zaha Hadid designed a signature swooping appendage to the 1805 brick building,... John Hill


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on 2013/9/30

From 27 September to 13 October the Lucerne Festival Ark Nova 2013 Music Festival is taking place in Matsushima, Japan, what organizers call "a city left with memories of the unforgettable earthquakes and tsunamis that struck Japan on March 11, 2011." John Hill


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on 2013/9/23

The fifth Oslo Architecture Triennale, which opened 19 September, is curated by Rotor and built around the theme Behind the Green Door – Architecture and the desire for sustainability. Rotor asks if architecture is up to the task of building the sustainable society and addresses it... John Hill


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on 2013/9/16

One of the highlights of the weeklong London Design Festivalnbsp;(14-22 September) is the Endless Stair, which occupies the lawn in front of the Tate Modern until 10 October. London's dRMM was obviously inspired by M.C. Escher in their design, which entices people to move up and down... John Hill


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on 2013/9/9

The nine students in the RTU International Summer School—run by Theodore Molloy, Niklavs Paegle and Thomas Randall-Page during two weeks in August—realized Story Tower, a free book exchange located in Cēsis's busy square near the train station and public library. John Hill


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on 2013/9/2

The distinctive black-and-white striped oculus of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) can be glimpsed in this photo, where a portion of the Mario Botta museum is being demolished to make way for the expansion designed by Snøhetta. John Hill


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on 2013/8/26

The latest iteration of artist and identical twins Mike and Doug Starn's Big Bambú can be found in a bamboo grove on Japan's Teshima Island, as part of the Setouchi Triennale 2013. John Hill


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on 2013/8/19

Open since June, the Museum of Architectural Graphics in Berlin houses the extensive architectural drawing collection of the Tchoban Foundation. John Hill


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on 2013/7/15

On July 1, Sokol Blosser Winery opened its new tasting room designed by Allied Works Architecture. John Hill


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on 2013/7/8

United Nude, the fashion company of Rem D Koolhaas (no, that Rem's nephew), has announced the limited edition Nova Shoe, designed by Zaha Hadid.  John Hill


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on 2013/7/1

On June 27 MoMA PS1 unveiled the 14th Young Architects Program installation in the courtyard of its Long Island City, Queens, home. Party Wall is designed by CODA and will be in place until the end of August.  John Hill


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on 2013/6/24

World-Architects attended the 2013 AIA National Convention in Denver, Colorado, and one of the definite highlights was the Clyfford Still Museum designed by Allied Works.  John Hill


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on 2013/6/17

Diogenes of Sinope was an Ancient Greek philosopher who rejected the amenities of civilized life by living in a barrel in the Agora of Athens. Over 2,300 years later, his name is being used for a 6-square-meter (64-square-foot) living unit designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop with Vitra. John Hill


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on 2013/6/10

The latest pavilion, designed by Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto, opened on 8 June and runs until 20 October. John Hill


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on 2013/6/3

As part of the 55th International Art Exhibition in Venice, Chinese artist Ai Weiwei is exhibiting three large-scale works including Bang, which immerses visitors amongst hundreds of wooden stools balanced precariously. John Hill


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on 2013/5/27

The rotunda of Frank Lloyd Wright's masterpiece is transformed this summer into Aten Reign, one of artist James Turrell's signature Skyspaces.  John Hill


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on 2013/5/20

As we were putting together the awards, competitions, completed buildings, exhibition, and monographs for our biannual Selected News from Selected Architects, one of the projects that stood out is Min | Day's design for the Bemis InfoShop in Nebraska. John Hill


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on 2013/5/13

Soo Sunny Park's Unwoven Light, on display until August 30 at Rice University Art Gallery in Houston, bathes the gallery in brilliant colors via artificial and natural light refracted through the Plexiglas pieces. John Hill


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on 2013/5/6

Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman's sculptures aim to bring a smile to anybody's face. His Rubber Duck is docked in Hong Kong's Harbour City from May 2 to June 9, 2013. John Hill


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on 2013/4/29

It was 20 years ago this spring that the demolition of Kowloon Walled City near Hong Kong's former Kai Tak Airport began. On this anniversary, the South China Morning Post publishes a feature accompanied by a highly detailed inforgraphic. John Hill


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on 2013/4/22

In Australian photographer Ben Thomas's latest series, Accession, he inverts views of cities to create odd alternate realities.  John Hill


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on 2013/4/15

As part of the 2013 Milano Salone (April 9-14), Panasonic commissioned architect Akihisa Hirata to design an installation occupying an arcade at the University of Milan. John Hill


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on 2013/4/8

On April 13, after a 10-year restoration and renovation headed by Cruz y Ortiz Arquitectos of Seville, the "Museum of the Netherlands" in Amsterdam opens its doors. John Hill


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on 2013/4/1

A group of architects and architectural historians are calling on Russia to preserve the Konstantin Melnikov House as a public museum. John Hill


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on 2013/3/25

Christo (in his first large-scale public work since his wife's death in 2009) unveils Big Air Package, an inflatable envelope 50 meters wide and rising 90 meters. John Hill


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on 2013/3/18

Finally. Such is the sentiment on hearing the announcement that Toyo Ito is the recipient of the 2013 Pritzker Architecture Prize. John Hill


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on 2013/3/11

A large blade of reflective stainless steel takes center stage in the transformation of Marseille's harbor, coinciding with the city's year as European Capital of Culture. John Hill


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on 2013/3/4

A 360-degree panorama of London, taken from the BT Tower in 2012, is worth navigating to examine the city's 21st-century changes. John Hill


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on 2013/2/25

The Way We Live is Perry Rubenstein Gallery's first solo exhibition of Iwan Baan's photos, on display from February 20 to April 13. John Hill


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on 2013/2/18

On March 1 the Storefront for Art and Architecture is holding its 30th Anniversary Gala in the magnificent 9-story atrium space of Temple Court at 5 Beekman Street in Lower Manhattan. John Hill


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on 2013/2/11

The votes are in, and here are the 2012 Buildings of the Year for the United States, Germany, and Switzerland. John Hill


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on 2013/2/4

On January 22 the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office approved Apple's application for a trademark of the design and layout of its retail stores. John Hill


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on 2013/1/28

Is this a bird's eye view of Midtown Manhattan? Or a model of a planned city in China? No, it's actually a sculpture made entirely of scrap wood by James McNabb. John Hill


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on 2013/1/21

United Visual Artists' Always/Never is the result of their "recent investigations of the perception of time." John Hill


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on 2013/1/14

Architect Andrés Jaque unearths objects from the Barcelona pavilion's basement, moving them up to the usually empty upper floor. John Hill


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