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2 months ago

Tall Timber: The Future of Cities in Wood opened at the Skyscraper Museum in Lower Manhattan in late February. World-Architects stopped by to see which projects are included in the exhibition, what they say about the current state of mass timber, and what they portend to the future of... John Hill


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2 months ago

Occupying two full floors and multiple terraces of the Whitney Museum of American Art's Renzo Piano-designed building in New York's Meatpacking District, the 81st edition of the Whitney Biennial, subtitled Even Better Than the Real Thing, aims to provide a space where difficult... John Hill


Headlines
2 months ago

Swiss architects Manuel Herz and Heinrich Degelo are together realizing a settlement in western Cameroon, a complex that was designed with local people and is being built exclusively by locals. Elias Baumgarten


Headlines
2 months ago

José Oubrerie, the French architect who worked in the studio of Le Corbusier and completed the Saint-Pierre Church in Firminy four decades after the death of Le Corbusier, died on March 10 at the age of 91. Oubrerie was the last living apprentice of Le Corbusier. John Hill


Film
2 months ago

Fluid Forms is an architectural project carried out by researchers at ETH Zurich's Digital Building Technologies that explores a new and innovative means of robotically 3D-printing doubly curved thin shells. A short film distills the three-week fabrication and assembly down to three minutes. John Hill


Found
2 months ago

Designing Decades: Architectural Poster Art (1972-1982) is on display at the Modulightor Building, the New York City home of the Paul Rudolph Institute for Modern Architecture, until April 7, 2024. Drawn from the collection of architect Judith York Newman, owner of SPACED Gallery of... John Hill


Number
2 months ago

Number of years a resident of Taipei has to save their entire salary, without expenditures, as the price-to-income ratio hits a historic high (15.5) in Taiwan: 15 René Ammann


Rassegne
2 months ago

Williams College has unveiled the design by Brooklyn's SO–IL for a new building for the Williams College Museum of Art (WCMA), what will be the museum's first purpose-built home since it was inaugurated a century ago. Framed in mass timber and capped by a flowing, overhanging roof, SO–IL's... John Hill

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Headlines
2 months ago

Major League Baseball's Oakland Athletics, which last year announced it would be moving to Las Vegas, has revealed the competition-winning design by BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group and HNTB for a new 33,000-capacity ballpark to be located on the Strip. John Hill


Works
2 months ago

Infinitive Architecture introduces The Vibes, a low-rise multi-functional building designed to create a multi-functional hub for F&B, meetings, workshops, galleries, and events in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Infinitive Architecture


Film
2 months ago

Short films about resource extraction, Alison and Peter Smithson's Robin Hood Gardens, living conditions in Nepal, and a humorous take on the European housing crisis are the winners of the latest biennial TRANSFER Architecture Video Awards, announced on February 22. John Hill


Headlines
2 months ago

Japanese architect Riken Yamamoto has been named the 2024 laureate of the Pritzker Architecture Prize, long considered architecture's highest honor. Today's announcement says that Yamamoto, an “architect and social advocate,” is being given the Pritzker Prize “for reminding us that in... John Hill


Headlines
2 months ago

Antoine Predock, the architect known for buildings in the American Southwest and who called New Mexico his “spiritual home” for 70 years, died in early March at the age of 87. John Hill


Headlines
2 months ago

The Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts has announced that the team of Hood Design Studio, Weiss/Manfredi, and Moody Nolan has been selected to reimagine the Amsterdam Avenue side of its famed Upper West Side campus. The selection is part of an ongoing participatory planning process that... John Hill


Number
2 months ago

Price paid in January for the multi-level, 115,000-square-foot (10,700 m2) retail space at 715-717 Fifth Avenue by Kering,... René Ammann


Found
2 months ago

The exhibition "drawing in space" by Sauerbruch Hutton provides an insight into the reflection and creative processes of their architecture. Falk Jaeger visited the exhibition and also found in it a journey through the development of architectural representation. Falk Jaeger


Insight
2 months ago

In Vladimir Belogolovsky’s interview with Abin Chaudhuri, the Kolkata-based architect talks about buildings having a soul, never simply following the brief, engaging local crafters, turning every project into a discovery, and believing in the architecture of generosity. Vladimir Belogolovsky


Headlines
2 months ago

The Joslyn Art Museum has announced it will reopen on September 10, 2024, with the completion of the new Rhonda & Howard Hawks Pavilion designed by Snøhetta with Alley Poyner Macchietto Architecture (APMA). It is the museum's first expansion since the wing designed by Foster + Partners... John Hill


Film
3 months ago

Google, which occupies a string of old buildings in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood, has just opened a new headquarters in Hudson Square, about a mile south, in an old building that served as the southern terminus of the High Line. A short film from Google takes viewers inside the renovation... John Hill


Works
3 months ago

Snøhetta has unveiled the world's largest climatized reading space with their new Beijing City Library. It is the firm’s latest innovation in the library typology, thirty-five years after they began work on Snøhetta


Number
3 months ago

Number of guests per year that Carnival Cruise Lines plans to bring to a private resort on Grand Bahama island, doubling the berths to handle the... René Ammann


Headlines
on 22/02/24

BT Group, operator of the 620-foot (189m) telecommunications tower in London's Fitzrovia district, is selling the iconic BT Tower to New York's MCR Hotels, which has hired Heatherwick Studio to convert it into a hotel. John Hill


Found
on 22/02/24

The new Álvaro Siza Wing at the Serralves Museum in Porto, Portugal, opens to the public on February 24, 2024, with two exhibitions: Improbable Anagrams, displaying pieces from the Serralves Foundation's permanent collection; and John Hill


Headlines
on 21/02/24

The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) in Toronto has revealed renderings of a sweeping architectural transformation of its main floor and Bloor Street entrance by Hariri Pontarini Architects. OpenROM, as the project is being called, aims to make the museum more opening and accessible. John Hill


Headlines
on 20/02/24

The European Commission and the Fundació Mies van der Rohe have announced the seven works in the running for the 2024 European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award: five projects for the Architecture prize and two projects vying for the Emerging prize. John Hill


Works
on 20/02/24

Lublin’s Metropolitan Station has officially opened. This modern facility is a key component of the complex Integrated Transportation Centre project that is being erected in the capital of Lublin Province. Located in the central part of the city, the Metropolitan Station and its accompanying... Tremend Architecture Studio


Film
on 20/02/24

Architects Mauricio Pezo and Sofia von Ellrichshausen of Chile's Pezo von Ellrichshausen speak about the drawings of Argentine architect Amancio Williams as they browse his archive at the Canadian Centre for Architecture, part of the third and last installment in the CCA's Out of the Box... John Hill


Number
on 19/02/24

Time it took Chinese construction company Evergrande to go from being named one of the “most valuable and strongest real estate brands,” with a brand value of US $420 billion (€390 billion), René Ammann


Headlines
on 16/02/24

The Helsinki City Council has approved funding to the Foundation for the Finnish Museum of Architecture and Design, which, with matching funds from the Finnish state, moves the project for a new museum in the city's South Harbour forward, with a design competition launching in April. John Hill


Film
on 15/02/24

Architectural Digest presents a short film, narrated by A-list celebrities, that takes viewers inside the Brown House in Bel Air, California, designed by Richard Neutra in 1955, restored by Marmol Radziner for Tom Ford earlier this century, and recently remodeled by Hollywood producer Ryan... John Hill


Headlines
on 15/02/24

BIG–Bjarke Ingels Group and developers Soloviev Group and Mohegan have unveiled Freedom Plaza, a proposed mixed-use development on three blocks south of the United Nations that could be the site of New York City's first casino. John Hill


Found
on 13/02/24

The exhibition ‘POETIC IMAGINATIONS. Interweaving Architecture with Traditional Values’ by Beijing’s  Eduard Kögel


Insight
on 13/02/24

The latest issue of MONU, the magazine on urbanism put out by BOARD in Rotterdam, explores the phenomenon of a “new social urbanism.” What is it, and how does it relate to other “urbanisms”? Architect and writer Nishi Shah digs into Nishi Shah


Number
on 12/02/24

Rough number of clusters of fast-growing white willows that will graft together to form the Fab Tree Hab pavilion,... René Ammann


Headlines
on 12/02/24

Two years after Qatar Museums announced it was undertaking the development of three major museums, all designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architects, renderings of Herzog & de Meuron's Lusail Museum have been revealed. John Hill


Headlines
on 08/02/24

The World Monuments Fund (WMF) has announced that Casa sobre el Arroyo, the house bridging a stream in Mar del Plata, Argentina, designed by Amancio Williams in the 1940s, is the recipient of the 2024 World Monuments Fund/Knoll Modernism Prize. John Hill


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