The new Architecture and Building Design store has the potential to change the game for freelance services in the AEC industry.
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ICON's construction template could revolutionize the way affordable housing gets built.
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There's plenty of benefit for cities to revitalize existing spaces.
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Hog Pen Creek Residence was built to respect the existing landscape conditions while allowing direct access to nature.
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One of the industry's very best shares his thoughts on the world's largest awards program for architecture and building products.
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"The Credit Revolution" has been launched to overhaul crediting practices in architecture, and stamp out the misuse of ArchViz images.
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When it comes to Dutch transportation infrastructure, functionality has proven to be no barrier to creativity for architects.
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Few places in America have architects critically engaged vernacular techniques and building traditions like the Southwest.
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The urban way of life is en route towards completely new frontiers.
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These architects are taking design to new heights at the heart of the majestic Alpine landscape.
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First in Architecture's latest guide includes all new CAD drawings and 3D SketchUp models to download.
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Damage control now appears to be the world’s best option in the face of detrimental change.
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This free-to-view publication provides you with high quality products and materials to inspire your next project.
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Your next rendering could win you $2,500 and global recognition.
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Pairing the comfort of home with commercial functionality, Room & Board has curated its most durable designs.
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As household sizes decrease, the demand for houses skyrockets.
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In one month, Japan will celebrate the opening of its new $1.4 billion National Stadium ahead of next summer’s 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games. Designed by Kengo Kuma and the Azusa Sekkei Corporation, construction on the 68,000-seat arena has officially been completed as of this week, according to the Japan Sport Council. The project […]
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The neo-Georgian Tammany Hall located on the northeastern corner of Union Square has assumed multiple identities over the course of its nearly century-long existence: It has been the home of the notoriously corrupt Society of St. Tammany, a union headquarters, and a theater and film school. Now, BKSK Architects and BuroHappold Engineering are leading the […]
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The biannual Build Small Live Large Summit launched in 2012 in Portland, Oregon, to help move the housing industry toward smaller, more energy-efficient homes. Originally organized under the auspices of city’s Department of Environmental Quality, past programs promoted tiny houses and accessory dwelling units, or ADUs, as a way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The […]
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French artist Camille Walala descended on Fort Smith, Arkansas, to flip a disused 1950s gas station into an unexpectedly bright piece of public art. Nestled on a sharp corner joining two boulevards, Walala and the women-led creative house Justkids saw an opportunity for a low-budget but high-impact project and needed little more than cans of […]
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The thrill of discovery is palpable throughout Koning Eizenberg Architecture (KEA)’s MuseumLab in Pittsburgh. The museum is designed for older kids—tweens ages 10–15 years old—and encourages hands-on learning through arts and technology. The restoration of its building was driven by curiosity and inquiry into a historic structure that had fallen into disrepair. The MuseumLab is […]
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Pier 97, Hudson River Park’s northernmost pier, will be getting a $38 million park designed by !melk. The pier, located off of 57th Street and 12th Avenue, was used as a docking pier until the 1970s and then as a Department of Sanitation parking lot but has most recently been repurposed as an outdoor music […]
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Now towering over Shanghai’s Suzhou Creek is Heatherwick Studio’s latest landscape-heavy development: a veritable mountain of trees populating a sprawling, mixed-use facility made for the city’s burgeoning M50 arts district. 1,000 Trees—the project’s official name—has been under construction for the past five years and its first phase, spanning 3.2 million square feet, is slated to […]
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Whether or not you believe in the abolition of the carceral state in New York City—in its case, 9,400 people in jail are waiting for trial on any given day—the announcement of the start of the Rikers Island jail replacement project may be good news. The Department of Design and Construction (DDC) will start issuing […]
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In addition to the more infamous killing and pillaging conducted by its various hordes, the Mongol Empire, first led by Genghis Khan and later by his grandson Kublai, brought nearly all of Asia, much of the Middle East, and some of Europe under a unified system of trade and commerce in the 13th century. Consolidating […]
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Architect-artist Maya Lin is bringing a series of spectral cedar trees to New York’s Madison Square Park next year to shed light on the effects of climate change. Talk about a timely topic. On view from June 8, 2020, through December 13, Ghost Forest will feature a grove of regionally-sourced dead trees to stand in […]
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The Getty Museum at golden hour was Solange Knowles’s chosen backdrop for Bridge-s, a site-specific movement piece where dancers, vocalists, and musicians harmonized with the Knowles’s jazz-inspired composition. The choreography was a collaboration between Solange and the contemporary dance duo, Gerard & Kelly (no strangers to art-architecture confluences), but Knowles was responsible for the entire […]
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The third and final building defining Water’s Edge, a 6.5-acre office campus in Playa Vista, California, is nearly complete. Designed by Los Angeles-based firm SPF:architects, the four-story structure, named WE3, will provide a striking new building with over 183,000 square feet of creative workspace and two floors of underground parking to an area gradually being […]
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Last Sunday, a sinking house in London’s River Thames became a trending meme-of-the-day, specially manufactured by sculptor and fabricator activists from Extinction Rebellion U.K. to imitate conditions under a global climate emergency. The stunt worked particularly well in the U.K. as it happened to fall on the same day as flooding in Derbyshire and Yorkshire […]
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It’s the end of the college semester and things are shaking up at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC). After almost three years without a permanent director, and an interim one from the Department of English, the university’s College of Fine and Applied Arts announced that Francisco Javier Rodríguez-Suárez as the new official head […]
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The drama surrounding the damaged Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, Europe’s most visited monument, continues to build as the French government debates the fate of the cathedral’s befallen spire. The National Assembly’s cultural commission was convening last week to discuss the renovation when General Jean-Louis Georgelin, appointed to spearhead the project by French President Emmanuel […]
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On June 21, a couple of months after the opening of the Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Rockwell Group-designed Shed, the anonymous group behind the_shed_is_a_shack Instagram account began trolling the billionaire-real-estate-developer-funded arts center. Its organizers, who include an artist and an executive director of an arts institution, followed their friends’ Instagram accounts to attract followers […]
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How do we say farewell to buildings? Through what strategies or mechanisms might we experience parts of the city marked by disuse or disaster? Aside from traditional adaptive rehabilitation or cosmetic upgrades, simply refraining from intervening is one possibility. Providing equitable, safe access to an otherwise untouched site can be a radical act of civic […]
One part cafe, the other some kind of shop or service—hybrid cafe-shops have been popping up right and left in New York City. The typologies are exhaustive: a barbershop-cum-cafe; a nail salon-cum-cafe; a record store-cum-cafe; and so on. Though, there are exceptions to the cliche. One of them is the New Practice Studio-designed tea room […]
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A tiny house village project in the Northlake neighborhood of Seattle went awry last month when employees from the Low-Income Housing Institute (LIHI) informed residents that the development would be shuttered by the end of the year. This shutdown comes seven months after the perimeter gates of the 19-bed village were locked by residents against […]
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Shoji Sadao, the architect that helped transform visionary works from both Buckminster Fuller and Isamu Noguchi into reality, has died in Tokyo at the age of 92, according to the Buckminster Fuller Institute. Sadao first met Fuller as his student while he was enrolled in the architecture program at Cornell University in the early 1950s, […]
A weekend house is luxury that we all long for; much like a holiday house that takes away from the constant rush of city life. Built in the early 1900’s, the Permanent Weekend House designed by Comte-Meuwly was initially on the outskirts of Geneva before the spreading city engulfed it down the years. Today, the […]
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The last decade has seen plenty of older, aging and poorly planned apartments and homes being given a new lease of life using smart renovations and makeovers. Originally built in an era of bourgeois apartments filled with opulence in the early 1900s in Budapest, Hungary, Apartment O in its latest avatar is much more modern, […]
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There comes a point in our life ever so often when our needs and the world that surrounds us change dramatically. As you transition from one stage of your life to another, this is even more prominent. In the case of Abdel and Marijke, a couple who had just retired and lived in a house […]
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House plants add beauty and life to a room (literally)! Throw in their air-purifying properties, and it’s hard to find a reason not to jump on the greenery bandwagon. Cultivating plants indoors takes some practice, but luckily there are plenty of common house plants that are hardy, low-maintenance, and able to thrive away from the […]
Remember the days when wallpaper was an outdated design feature that demanded to be removed? Today that couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, we’re in the middle of a full-fledged wallpaper revival! From geo forms to layered botanicals, current patterns feature thoughtful designs and loads of originality. Minimalist patterns are as popular as […]
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Call it the City of Lights or the City of Dreams, Paris is a place that has left many enchanted for centuries. The fashion and style capital of the world sets the tone when it comes to all things trendy. But it is the unique ‘flavor’ of this dreamy French city that makes all things […]
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Summer might be behind us and the celebration that fall brings with it also ushers in chill in the air. But for those who live in more tropical regions of the world and many who wish to take in the last few warm days of the year, now is the time to take things outdoors! […]
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If there is one room in our house that we fear when it comes to a makeover, then it is definitely the kids’ room. It is a room filled with color, multiple motifs and often is a mix between what you want and what the little ones crave for. Sometimes the compromise pays off and […]
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Planning a party in honor of a friend or family member who’s expecting? Good news: baby shower decorations have come a long way! From tabletop decor options to towering backdrops, the possibilities are endless. At the same time, countless choices can be overwhelming. Before you stress over elaborate color schemes and floor-to-ceiling backdrops, rest assured […]
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Fall is a time for celebrating the harvest and nature’s bounty. No wonder we round up foliage and hang it on our doors as it begins to fall from the trees! While orange leaves and foam pumpkins grace many a wreath, today’s post focuses on selections that consistently capture the eye of design lovers. Whether […]
Located in the center of Rome, the “Bow Window House” is a flat located on the fifth floor of a residential block. The building was constructed in the 1970s and was built using reinforced concrete. The flat’s interior was recently reimagined by the team at Laboratrio di Architettura e Design. The main living quarters in […]
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We are always on the lookout for new decorating and design trends that not only improve the aesthetics of our home, but do so with a dash of exuberance and elegance. That is just what you get with the trendy combination of dark shelves and finishes and bright brass accents. Be it black, dark green, […]
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Originally constructed in the 1920s, the Magnolia Firehouse located in Oakland, California was operational until the 1960s. When modern fire engines could no longer fit within the building, the structure was no longer feasible for its original use. “The structure found interim use as a neighborhood church while much of the original historic character suffered […]
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When it comes to the world of home decorating and design, white is the color that we tend to rely on the most. Yet it is often viewed as just ‘lack of any color’ that gives space for white to flourish. A room draped in white is one that is viewed as mundane and boring; […]
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Halloween is already at our doorsteps and Thanksgiving is not too far away. You probably have completed decorating you home for the festivities ahead with plenty of spookiness and are just waiting for the big day (or should we say, night) to roll in. But that does not mean all the work is done. In […]
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In modern homes, nothing is more essential than space and how it is utilized makes or breaks the look of the interior. In small kitchens, every inch matters. While most people view wall-mounted cabinets, sleek open shelves and mobile islands as the perfect way to maximize space, there are still plenty of other options that […]
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We love the idea of a tiny home that offers plenty in limited space and does so with innovative design solutions that help with multi-tasking. Designed by Great Home Ideas and Paul Sofronov of Archemy, this gorgeous little cabin in wood is a great holiday home or backyard escape where the entire family can come […]
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Giving an old home a brand new makeover is often an effort that involves both smart planning and the just the right space-savvy features. Nestled in a busy neighborhood of San Francisco, this family home was originally built in 1903 and has seen several smaller renovations alter it over the years. But its latest revamp […]
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The annual list recognizes products that reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions.
A curvilinear house on Long Island in New York allows for privacy from neighboring residents while also providing vast, open views.
Leers Weinzapfel Associates led the team behind Adohi Hall, a 200,000-square-foot dormitory with living-learning spaces.
The new 37,000-square-foot Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design is seeking LEED Platinum and Living Building Challenge certification.
Advocates hope to see efforts like Marin County's Bay Area Low-Carbon Concrete Code—which would limit embodied carbon in both public and private projects—catch on around the globe.
A new textile-engineering training center at a German university is sheathed in 22,600 square feet of woven fiberglass PTFE fabric.
A New York–based firm elevates the living level of a house to capture views of the Hudson River.
Architectural Record is now offering RECORD Premium, a new community that provides a multitude of indispensable benefits to keep you informed and inspired throughout the year.
A new 12,000-square-foot building by TEF Design and Horton Lees Brogden Lighting Design restores the glimmer of a 60s-era utility substation in the Tenderloin neighborhood.
A new light-based artwork by American artist Leo Villareal with London architect Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands has recently been installed on four Thames River bridges.
Twisting its way between Victorian-era and 1970s buildings, a new pedestrian bridge by WilkinsonEyre and Speirs + Major spans the years and a busy Toronto street with a graceful thrust.
In his ambitious debut book, University of Illinois architecture professor Alexander Eisenschmidt audaciously argues that a central tension in modern city-building has gone hiding in plain sight.
Author Lizabeth Cohen's new book on the urban planner is not merely a history but a reminder of the need to closely study government redevelopment efforts of the past.
A concrete-and-glass dwelling in Mexico City is immersed within an abundantly vegetated site, blurring the connection between inside and out.
Coldefy & Associés, RDAI, and HHCP Architects will design the project in Orlando.
A research institution in New York City ingeniously extends its leafy campus over a busy expressway.
A university converts a midcentury manufacturing building for the 21st century, unleashing a creative spirit.
An early 20th-century building, once home to architecture studios, is transformed into a new fine-arts library for the Ithaca, New York, institution.
A historic warehouse in a former national armory is converted into a welcoming student center.
The accounts that I've included here are all spectacularly good at "architectural" sketches - which is an important distinction to make. I follow a lot of sketching accounts, probably half of which are anime-related. You can find all sorts so tips, techniques, and inspiration from a myriad of sketching sources but I wanted to focus on people who actually drew the sort of sketches that I want to draw - buildings and street scenes. I will also acknowledge upfront that while this collection of individuals is worthy of attention and admiration, there are undoubtedly hundreds, if not thousands more that we all should be paying attention to.
What music do you listen to? What’s your design process? What is your favorite building and why? What do you eat for breakfast? All this and more today as architects Andrew Hawkins and Bob Borson answer your burning questions where almost no topic is off-limits.
It’s not a secret – or at least it shouldn’t be much of one. Architects should be on Instagram and I would like for them to post pictures of what they do during the day. There is so much good stuff out there that people are doing and few people know anything about it. I am making it my personal mission to singlehandedly change this by proselytizing the benefits of sharing information in a medium that is readily available to the masses.
Case in point … on my own Instagram account, I share a fair amount of sketches and details, all sorts of ideas that I am working through. I submit as exhibit 1 and 2, some random details that I sketched up and published on Instagram for all the world to see:
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Thinking through some wall section details – in my mind this is the most important aspect of design, this is the part that when done correctly elevates a concept to something sublime.
Architecture and skilled craft go hand in hand, but you may not be aware that the number of skilled individuals that are required to bring an architect’s ideas to reality and in today's episode, Andrew and I are talking about the state of skilled labor in the construction industry.
Christmas bedding sets with an original print are a great way to add a festive mood in the bedroom. Change the usual floral pattern or plain design for such fantastic bed sheets. Many stores offer...
Christmas entryway decorating ideas create a warm and welcoming feeling. Thanks to the festive decor we not only invite the joyful spirit in our home but we greet family, friends and visitors with the coming...
We have selected some deep depression quotes and short encouragement sayings for you. Being depressed makes us feel sad and down. A word of support and encouragement is always welcome, so if you know someone...
Find below some of the best dining room Christmas decoration ideas which will help you create a joyful atmosphere for the holiday. We all know that the most pleasant moments during the holiday season are...
Do you want to surprise your family with something special for the Christmas breakfast? We have selected some of the best Christmas breakfast ideas for kids, super funny sandwiches and inspiring ideas for funny food....
Christmas brunch ideas are so many, the recipes for festive appetizers, salads, main courses and desserts are numerous and when we are talking about special occasions, we want to offer our friends and family the...
Argan oil is one of the few vegetable oils that can be used as a healing agent. It is applied for psoriasis, burns, skin fungi and all kinds of wounds on the face. However, you...
Ragnar Lothbrok tattoo design ideas appeared after the series of History channel “Vikings” became hugely popular around the world. The series started a whole new trend in hairstyle for both men and women as well...
We have selected 6 affordable wall art ideas which will help you upgrade your home in a matter of minutes. People say that your mood is a reflection of your surroundings. If you want your...
The bathroom is one of the most important rooms of any house or apartment. After all, every day begins and ends there. However, despite the importance of the bathroom, most often it is the smallest...
Autumn is a beautiful season full of colors and the time to celebrate the harvest and richness of nature. Easy, fast and full of flavors, an autumn soup warms up and promises many sweet moments...
Many people have noticed that sea salt has become hugely popular during the last years. Why is that? What are the benefits of sea salt? We shall tell you about the specifics of this unique...
A rainbow in the children’s room is a beautiful bright design. It provokes the imagination of a small person and also makes the play area or children’s room filled with color, nature, freshness and joy....
A high quality bedding set is not only a decoration in the bedroom but a must for a good sleep. Nowadays many people just buy a set that they like without really thinking about whether...
Honey is one of the most used natural products especially when it comes to home remedies since its incredible properties are greatly beneficial to the health. This is one of the most valued products since...
The nursery is perhaps the perfect place for decorating with dots. Dot wall decoration ideas vary from random dots, to polka dots or confetti pattern and each of these is so bright and joyful! We...
Facial skin acts as a barrier that protects the body from the influence of external environmental factors. Over time you can notice how the tissue loses its elasticity, becomes dry and thin and is also...
Weathered lips are one of the unpleasant results of winter frosts. We shall look at the reasons for this unsightly effect and try to help you with practical tips how to quickly and easily cure...
Roasted turkey recipes vary from one family to another and are often passed from one generation to the next. This is the traditional main course for Thanksgiving and Christmas and the perfect roasted turkey is...
We selected some incredibly cute polka dot craft projects which you can use as inspiration for a creative DIY weekend. Simple and unpretentious, polka dot pattern is a favorite of many people and often used...
Located on Lize Road in southwest Beijing, Leeza SOHO tower anchors the new Fengtai business district – a growing financial and transport hub between the city centre and the recently opened Beijing Daxing International Airport to the south. The new…
The Liquid Glacial console table by Zaha Hadid Design for David Gill Gallery will be showcased during Salon Art+Design in New York.
Opening tomorrow until the 18h November at the Park Avenue Armory in New York City, Salon features works from 56 art and…
Article 25’s mission is to help improve the futures of vulnerable communities – often living in the aftermath of disasters – through building excellent, resilient infrastructure and space for health, education and fulfilling livelihoods. 10×10 London is Article 25’s…
Bee’ah presents ‘Shaping the Future’, an exhibition in collaboration with Zaha Hadid Architects and the American University of Sharjah on the occasion of the Sharjah Architecture Triennial.
A pioneering force for sustainable solutions in the Middle East, Bee’ah is the…
Zaha Hadid Architects (UK) working with Esplan (Estonia) have been awarded first place in the design competition for the new terminal of the Rail Baltic railway at Ülemiste, Tallinn.
Rail Baltic is a planned 870 km electrified railway from…
The Issam Fares Institute at the American University of Beirut opened on this day five years ago.
Recipient of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture, the Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs (IFI) at…
Located adjacent to the Hongqiao transportation hub with subway, rail and airport connections, Sky SOHO’s design prioritizes its spatial experience. Four primary elements up to 300 metres in length converge at their centres with connecting bridges that frame courtyards…
The Bee’ah Headquarters in Sharjah, UAE is due to complete in 2020 and the solar power plant will be developed and built by Masdar, one of the world’s leading renewable energy companies, and backed by Tesla Powerpacks that will…
This morning it was announced that Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA; London, UK) and Cox Architecture (COX; Sydney, NSW) have won the international design competition for the new Western Sydney Airport (WSA) and been appointed as Master Architect for the…
Nanjing International Youth Cultural Centre by Zaha Hadid Architects has won the ABB LEAF Award for best tall building project at the 2019 LEAF Awards that honours the most impactful designs in our built environment.
Harnessing the energy of the 2014 Youth…
A custom edition of the hand-tufted ‘Striation’ carpet by Zaha Hadid Design for Royal Thai is within the Design Trust auction raising funds for the charity Hong Kong Ambassadors of Design (HKAoD).
Now in its 12th year, the Design Trust auction…