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A few years after the opening of MUNCH, the museum in Oslo dedicated to famed Norwegian artist Edvard Munch, Estudio Herreros has also completed Trosten, a floating sauna in the... Antonio La Gioia


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What would have been the first Pompidou outpost in North America, the “Centre Pompidou x Jersey City” paroject has been put on hold indefinitely, with New Jersey lawmakers pulling funding for the project that would have adaptively reused the city-owned Pathside Building. John Hill


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The Architects' Journal is reporting that among the numerous firms that have pulled out of The Line, the flagship project of the $1.5 trillion NEOM development in Saudi Arabia, is Morphosis, the Los Angeles firm of Thom Mayne that was leading the 170-kilometer-long project and designing its... John Hill


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Alexandros Tombazis, who was considered the father of bioclimatic architecture in Greece and espoused a “less is beautiful” approach to architecture, died on June 24 at the age of 85 following a long illness.  John Hill


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Miss Dior: Stories of a Miss opened recently at Roppongi Museum in Tokyo. Designed by OMA partner Shohei Shigematsu, the exhibition unfolds through seven rooms, each revealing a different facet of the Miss Dior parfum. Japan-Architects got a preview of this latest stop for the touring... John Hill


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The French office of architects Nicolas Moreau and Hiroko Kusunoki, in collaboration with Mexican architect Frida Escobedo and France's AIA Life Designers, have been selected to renovate the Centre Pompidou, the iconic Parisian building designed by Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers in the 1970s.


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Two years ahead of Barcelona serving as World Capital of Architecture and hosting the UIA World Congress in 2026, the Fundació Mies van der Rohe and Barcelona City Council are launching an international ideas competition asking young architects to remodel ten party walls spread across the... John Hill


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Fumihiko Maki, the celebrated Japanese architect who was awarded the Pritzker Architecture Prize in 1993, died of natural causes at his home in Tokyo on June 6. He was 95. John Hill


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As announced at the annual AIA Conference on Architecture that recently took place in Washington, DC, Rafael Viñoly's Tokyo International Forum, completed in 1996, is the 2024 recipient of the AIA's Twenty-five Year Award. John Hill


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The Obel Award, the annual prize founded by the Henrik Frode Obel Foundation in 2019 to honor architectural contributions to human development all over the world, has announced the focus of its sixth cycle: “Architectures WITH.” John Hill


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Since it is so far from the city center, the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Siegen does not play a major role in the town of Siegen, Germany. The competition for the relocation of the faculty, which has now been decided, marks the start of a change. The aim: bring more life to... Katinka Corts


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The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri, which last expanded in 2007 with the Bloch Building designed by Steven Holl Architects, will hold a design competition later this year to select the architect for its next expansion. John Hill


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Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson and the Chicago Department of Aviation have released renderings for the design of Satellite Concourse One at O’Hare International Airport, designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill ( John Hill


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For this year's State Garden Show in Wangen im Allgäu, in Southern Germany, researchers from institutes in Stuttgart and dedicated craftsmen have planned and realized an accessible observation tower. The shape is familiar, but the height achieved is new. Katinka Corts


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Architecture Exchange, a platform “dedicated to catalyzing ideas and debate within architecture,” recently put out a call soliciting nominations “for the most significant architectural theory texts in the period between 2008 and 2024.” John Hill


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2 months ago

Spanish architect and professor Albergo Campo Baeza and German professor of chronobiology Till Roenneberg have been named the 2024 laureates of The Daylight Award, respectively in the architecture and research categories. John Hill


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The creepy (slow-moving) landslide of Portuguese Bend forced the closure of Wayfarers Chapel earlier this year, but with the landslide accelerating since, management has decided to disassemble the 1951 building designed by Lloyd Wright, the son of Frank Lloyd Wright, so it can be reassembled... John Hill


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Five months after Italy's Carlo Ratti was named curator of the Venice Architecture Biennale that is set to open in May 2025, Ratti and new Biennale President Pietrangelo Buttafuoco have revealed the exhibition theme: Intelligens. John Hill


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Two months after the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore, Maryland, collapsed, a team including architect Carlo Ratti and engineer Michel Virlogeux has revealed a proposal for its replacement. John Hill


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Architectural Record is reporting that the Hanging Gardens created by Patric Blanc for the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), the 200,000-square-foot (18,580-m2) building designed by Herzog & de Meuron that opened in 2013, have been replaced with artificial plants. John Hill


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The new home for the Stephen A. Schwarzman College of Computing at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) opened at the end of April. It was designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) to be “the computing crossroads of the MIT campus.” John Hill


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Munich is looking forward to its first building by architect Francis Kéré: a children's daycare center in the middle of the TU Munich campus, where Kéré works as a professor. For this project, he teamed up with timber construction expert Hermann Kaufmann. Manuel Pestalozzi


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Twenty-one years after the Chicago Bears landed a glass-and-steel seating bowl inside the iconic Soldier Field, the NFL team is proposing to tear down the stadium and build a new domed stadium just steps away, saving the original's colonnades as an enclosure for outdoor sports fields and... John Hill


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The European Commission and Fundació Mies van der Rohe have announced the two winners of the 2024 European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award: the Study Pavilion at TU Braunschweig by Gustav Düsing and Max Hacke is the Architecture Winner, and SUMA... John Hill


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3 months ago

The Olympic Park in Montreal has launched an international ideas competition for the creative reuse of all the materials and structural components from the dismantling of the roof of the Olympic Stadium, which is set to start this summer. John Hill


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The Vessel, the 150-foot-tall climbable sculpture designed by Heatherwick Studio for Hudson Yards on Manhattan's West Side, has been closed since 2021, following four suicides in just two years. Related Companies, the developer of Hudson Yards, will reopen the attraction later this year,... John Hill


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on 11-04-2024

A US federal judge has halted the demolition of Greenwood Pond: Double Site, a 1996 work of environmental art in Des Moines, Iowa, by Mary Miss, and a German court has ruled that Ravensburger can continue to produce jigsaw puzzles bearing the iconic image of Leonardo da Vinci's... John Hill


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on 10-04-2024

The Naomi Milgrom Foundation — the commissioner of the annual MPavilion — and the City of Melbourne have announced that the tenth MPavilion, designed by Japanese architect Tadao Ando, will remain open to the public in Melbourne's Queen Victoria Gardens through March 2025. John Hill


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on 05-04-2024

Safdie Architects is designing a multi-billion-dollar expansion of Marina Bay Sands, the landmark resort in Singapore that the firm led by Moshe Safdie designed a decade and a half ago. John Hill


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on 04-04-2024

Gaetano Pesce, the Italian architect and designer who “revolutionized the worlds of art, design, architecture and the liminal spaces between these categories” over six decades, died on Thursday, April 4, at the age of 84. John Hill


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on 28-03-2024

After years of regularly attracting four times more visitors than originally anticipated, The Broad has announced plans to expand its building in Downtown Los Angeles. Appropriately, New York's Diller Scofidio + Renfro (DS+R) is designing the expansion to the museum it designed a decade ago. John Hill


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on 27-03-2024

Richard Serra, the artist known for monumental sculptures made with large plates of weathering steel that required people to move around them to fully experience them — making him a favorite of many architects — died at his Long Island home on Tuesday, March 26, at the age of 85. John Hill


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on 26-03-2024

Renderings have been revealed for The Star, a proposed $1 billion “vertical creative office” campus on Hollywood's Sunset Boulevard. The design by Foster + Partners features exterior gardens that spiral around the cylindrical 22-story tower. John Hill


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on 22-03-2024

Heatherwick Studio has unveiled renderings of its design for a new building for the school of sustainable design at Universidad Ean in Bogotá, Colombia. It will be the studio's first building in South America when built. John Hill


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on 20-03-2024

The traditional annual exhibition of the Academy of Architecture in the Swiss canton of Ticino is running in Mendrisio until the end of June. This year's exhibition, which is well worth seeing, also provides an insight into the development of architectural education over the decades. Manuel Pestalozzi


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on 14-03-2024

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


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