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This year's iteration of The Cultural Landscape Foundation's annual Landslide report and exhibition focuses on threatened and at-risk landscapes designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, Sr., and his successor firms, not coincidentally on the bicentennial of his birth. John Hill


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Social critic Mike Davis, best known for chronicling the dark side of sunny Los Angeles, died on October 25 at his home in San Diego from complications related to esophageal cancer. He was 76. John Hill


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Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) has revealed renderings of its competition-winning design for a large sports complex for Hangzhou's Future Science and Technology Cultural District. John Hill


Film
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N*thing is Possible has been on display at the National Design Centre since Singapore Design Week in September. The asterisk in the title invites visitors to take "a journey to zero waste" with hospitality brand Potato Head, who curated the exhibition with OMA and Shinji Takagi. A short... John Hill


Works
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Rose Apartments provides a home to young adults who “term out” — as they say when they turn 18 years old and are forced to leave a youth facility — and who would otherwise be living on the street. Brooks + Scarpa Architects


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The sixth Lisbon Architecture Triennale is dedicated to the theme "Terra." It is about nothing less than the future of our planet. The many projects showcased in several exhibitions are groundbreaking for the future of architecture. Susanna Koeberle


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Limestone surfaces lend some privacy to this modern two-story house in Dallas, Texas. Once inside, though, the house opens itself up to the garden through large glass walls. Architect Jason Erik Smith of smitharc architecture + interiors answered a few questions about the Southwestern... smitharc architecture + interiors

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University of California Santa Barbara has released updated visuals of the proposed Munger Hall, the dormitory unveiled in November 2021 to protests over the lack of windows in most bedrooms. John Hill


Number
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Number of rich countries, including Australia, Canada, Norway, and the United States, in which house prices are now falling: 9 René Ammann


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The transformation of the Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts (AMFA), designed by Chicago's Studio Gang with Little Rock's Polk Stanley Wilcox Architects, is nearly complete, with an opening date of April 22, 2023, recently announced. John Hill


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Ten winners have been announced in 14th iteration of the International DAM Architectural Book Award, given jointly by the Frankfurt Book Fair and the Deutsches Architekturmuseum (DAM). John Hill


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In Praise of Caves, now on display at The Noguchi Museum in New York City, presents projects by four Mexican artist–architects that explore "how humanity might reconnect with the essential happiness of living in concert with nature." Serpents, not just caves, are in abundance. John Hill


Film
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Museum of Modern Art curator Martino Stierli has pulled Amie Siegel's The Architects from the museum's archive, putting the 33-minute film on display in the third-floor architecture gallery until January 2, 2023. John Hill


Insight
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World-Architects editor John Hill recently visited the studio of Dattner Architects in Midtown Manhattan, talking with partner Daniel Heuberger about some projects the firm is working on and looking around the office they moved in to earlier this year. John Hill


Reviews
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Architecturally, many of the buildings in the Miami Design District scream for attention through colors, forms, and materials. RoyalByckovas's contribution to the area is an element of calm, with dark vertical fins facing 41 Street. Architects Ethan Royal and Ruslanas Byckovas answered a few... RoyalByckovas

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World-Architects stopped by Beyond Territories – Made . Make . Making, the traveling exhibition that celebrates the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. John Hill


Specials
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Whether at Cologne Cathedral, the Colosseum in Rome or Notre Dame in Paris – natural stone has been a popular choice of material throughout human history and is now experiencing a renaissance in the age of climate change. Christiane Fath


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Size of a "three–tatami flat" in a nihonma, a home in a Japanese city with a rent of $340 to $630 (€345 to €645) per month: 95 square feet (8.8 m2) René Ammann


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Natural stone is one of the oldest and most sustainable building materials on Earth. Today, as people long for authenticity and nature, and environmentally friendly building is essential, natural stone makes a comeback.  Christian Heuchel


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The Royal Institute of British Architects has announced that The New Library, Magdalene College, located in Cambridge and designed by Níall McLaughlin Architects, is the winner of the 26th RIBA Stirling Prize, making it "the UK’s best new building." John Hill


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Chicago-based architect and artist Amanda Williams is one of 25 recipients of 2022 MacArthur "Genius" Fellowships, as announced on Wednesday, October 12. Learn about how her "works visualize the ways urban planning, zoning, development, and disinvestment impact the lives of everyday residents"... John Hill


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Photographer Ivo Tavares sent us photographs of Escadinhas Footpaths, a network of pedestrian paths linking the the neighborhood of Monte Xisto with the Leça River in Matosinhos, Portugal. Paulo Moreira Architectures and the art collective Verkron have enlivened the paths with bright colors. John Hill


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The Fundació Mies van der Rohe has announced that "Anna Bofill Levi. La arquitectura como contracanto: 1977-1996" by a quartet of Spanish architects is the recipient of the latest Lilly Reich Grant for Equality in Architecture. John Hill


Insight
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At the beginning of October, Xu Tiantian and Tei Carpenter were in Berlin at ANCB, The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory, for a workshop with their students from Yale University School of... Eduard Kögel


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Five years after GWWO Architects realized a nature education center at Berks Nature in Reading, Pennsylvania, the firm has completed an addition that provides more classrooms and doubles the size of the existing building. The architects answered a few questions about the project that opened... GWWO Architects

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Number
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Number of old shipping containers used to build a temporary soccer stadium for 40,000 people during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022... René Ammann


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David Geffen Hall, home to the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, opened its doors on October 8. World-Architects got a tour of the building's public spaces and acoustically improved theater. John Hill


Film
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Architect, author and curator Pedro Gadanho speaks about his new book Climax Change! How Architecture Must Transform in the Age of Ecological Emergency in a short film by urbanNext. John Hill


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Designed by Morphosis Architects, the firm of Pritzker Prize winner Thom Mayne, the Orange County Museum of Art's new home in Costa Mesa, California, opens to the public on October 8, 2022. John Hill


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Model Behavior is an exhibition of models — architectural and otherwise — on display at The Cooper Union's Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture in New York City. Curated by Anyone Corporation, the exhibition of 55... John Hill


Works
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MAD Architects, led by Ma Yansong, has completed Quzhou Stadium, the centerpiece of a complex spanning almost 700,000 square meters that will be known as Quzhou Sports Park in Zhejiang Province. MAD Architects


Headlines
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Radio Hotel and Tower, described by Rotterdam's MVRDV as a "colorful vertical village," opened in September in Manhattan's Washington Heights neighborhood. John Hill


Insight
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Ulf Meyer visited the University of Applied Sciences in Aachen, Germany, to check out its newest building: the Center for Advanced Mobility, designed by studioMDA "as the epicenter of the... Ulf Meyer


Reviews
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A historic Craftsman home, a former grocery story, and a half-dozen repurposed shipping containers combine to create a destination for beer drinkers in Anaheim, California. Outdoor spaces are also part of the mix in Studio One Eleven's design for Moderntimes and Leisuretown. The architects... Studio One Eleven

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Number of people a bamboo shelter designed by architect Yasmeen Lari can house in flood-stricken Pakistan: 8 René Ammann


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Kirsty Bell’s The Undercurrents: A Story of Berlin is billed as a “hybrid literary portrait of a place [that] makes the case for radical close readings: of ourselves,... Lynnette Widder


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