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Architectural Design & Research Institute Of ZheJiang University
Works
on 6/27/18

Yiwu Cultural Square is located on the bank of Yiwu River in Yiwu Economic and Technological Development Zone. With five floors above the ground and three floors underground, it is a large-scale cultural complex combining various functions of culture and entertainment, education and training,...


Headlines
on 6/27/18

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.


Headlines
on 6/26/18

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.


Atelier Zündel Cristea
Works
on 6/26/18

This new building catering to young businesses, the Binet business hotel, is part of a larger ambitious development project that includes the redesign of street grid and the improvement of urban flows with the municipality of Saint-Ouen as well as the enhancement of public spaces and the...


Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
Reviews
on 6/26/18

On 11 June 2018, architects Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners (RSHP) celebrated the completion of 3 World Trade Center in New York. The ribbon-cutting ceremony was the third at the World Trade Center site for an office tower, with four towers overlooking the 9/11 Memorial as part of Daniel...

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Film
on 6/25/18

Itinerant Office's "Past, Present, Future: about being an architect yesterday, today and beyond" consists of interviews with eleven architects heading firms based in Italy and the Netherlands. Here we highlight Kees Christiaanse of Rotterdam's KCAP Architects&Planners.


Products
on 6/25/18

A new lobby installation designed by James Carpenter Design Associates enlivens the lobby of a twelve-year-old office tower in Chicago's West Loop. The combination of stainless steel mesh and LED lighting rightfully earns it the name Suspended Light Veils.


Headlines
on 6/24/18

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.


Headlines
on 6/22/18

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.


HHF Architects
Works
on 6/21/18

The series of buildings and pavilions are part of a new 113 hectare large public green space along the Seine river, in Carrière-Sous-Poissy, at the end station of the RER métro line A and close to Le Corbusier’s renowned Villa Savoye.


noa* network of architecture
Works
on 6/20/18

The Hotel Seehof is located on a high plateau near the village of Natz- Schabs near Brixen by a small natural lake. In 2017 this family-run hotel underwent major renovation and extensions, with an entire restyling that places nature and recreational value as the points of focus.


Paul Bernier Architecte
Works
on 6/20/18

On a wooded lot on the shore of Charlebois Lake, the clients wanted to build a contemporary house, luminous and open to the nature. They wanted most of the spaces of the house to be level with the land.


Messner Architects
Works
on 6/19/18

The conversion and renovation of a church along the Freud Promenade is aimed at reevaluating the existing structure and making it more attractive. The east facade of the building was broken through to provide the church interior with more daylight, while the previously unused attic floor was...


Headlines
on 6/19/18

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.


Mark Wallinger, Studio Octopi
Works
on 6/19/18

Writ in Water, a major architectural artwork by Mark Wallinger, in collaboration with Studio Octopi, opened over the weekend. It provides a new immersive space for contemplation and reflection at Runnymede, Surrey.


Edward Ogosta Architecture
Reviews
on 6/18/18

Earlier this month the American Institute of Architects awarded eleven winners of its 2018 Small Project Awards. One of them is the Rear Window House by Edward Ogosta Architecture, a small...

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Headlines
on 6/16/18

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.


Jacques Ferrier Architecture
Works
on 6/15/18

Like an origami sculpture, our proposal for the aquatic park resembles an unfolding landscape, culminating at around 35m: it is a built landscape, rising into the sky. The structure is clearly visible from the surrounding area - it becomes a point of reference and a symbol of Villages Nature.


Insight
on 6/14/18

To wrap up our coverage (in English, at least) of the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale, we take a look at ten of the best national participations in the Giardini, Arsenale, and elsewhere.


monovolume architecture + design
Works
on 6/13/18

The T house is a single-family house located in Merano, consisting of a ground floor and a basement with a garage. 


Headlines
on 6/13/18

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...


Found
on 6/12/18

The 2018 Serpentine Pavilion, designed by Mexican architect Frida Escobedo, the 18th and youngest architect to be selected for the annual pavilion in London's Kensington Gardens, opens to the public on Friday.


KAAN Architecten
Works
on 6/12/18

A year after the official launch of KAAN Architecten’s second outpost in São Paulo, Brazil, the Dutch firm has completed two new buildings that will house the new campuses of the Universidade Anhembi Morumbi in São José dos Campos and Piracicaba, in the inland of...


Headlines
on 6/12/18

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...


in situ studio
Reviews
on 6/11/18

Site and privacy considerations drove the design of this single-family house in Cary, the North Carolina town located about ten miles west of the state capital, Raleigh. The architects at in situ studio split the house into two pavilions — living and sleeping — linking them by an...

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Products
on 6/11/18

The Asplund Pavilion, designed by architects Francesco Magnani and Traudy Pelzel of Italy's MAP studio, is the cornerstone of the first Pavilion of the Holy See at the Venice Architecture Biennale. Covered in ALPI wood surfaces inside and out, the small pavilion was inspired by...


Found
on 6/10/18

Sleeping Beauty, an exhibition on the occasion of the 16th International Architecture Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia draws attention to Frei Otto's Multihalle, a pavilion built in Mannheim for the 1975 Bundesgartenschau (National Garden Show) that nows sits unused.


Zaha Hadid Architects
Works
on 6/8/18

The Il Makiage pavilion designed by Zaha Hadid Architects has opened in New York's SoHo neighborhood.


MGA | Michael Green Architecture
Works
on 6/8/18

The Royal Vancouver Yacht Club’s new Dock Building is an example of industrial architectural elegance crafted from a modest budget.


Found
on 6/7/18

RCR Arquitectes — the 2017 Pritzker Prize-winning trio of Rafael Aranda, Carme Pigem and Ramón Vilalta — are the subject of the Catalan pavilion, a collateral event at the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale, in what is billed as "not an architecture exhibition."


Headlines
on 6/7/18

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."


10 DESIGN
Works
on 6/7/18

Al Seef, a new destination offering retail, dining, and hospitality experiences, recently opened. 10 DESIGN is the design architect for the Contemporary District of Al Seef, leading the project from concept design all the way through to construction supervision.


Studio Olafur Eliasson
Works
on 6/6/18

Fjordenhus (Fjord House), the first building designed entirely by artist Olafur Eliasson and the architectural team at Studio Olafur Eliasson, will open on 9 June in Vejle, Denmark. Commissioned by KIRK KAPITAL, the company’s new headquarters offer a contemporary interpretation of the idea...


Mecanoo
Works
on 6/6/18

The Taichung Green Corridor in Taiwan, will redevelop 1.7km from the former railway line crossing downtown Taichung by connecting the different parts of the city in a sustainable way, creating a green corridor for biodiversity and including bike/pedestrian lanes to better cater for the...


Found
on 6/6/18

The Czech and Slovak Pavilions at the 16th International Architecture Exhibition in Venice is the setting for UNES-CO (United Nations Real Life Organization), a fictitious company founded by artist Kateřina Šeda that draws attention to the impact the UNESCO World Heritage List has on cities.


Headlines
on 6/5/18

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.


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