These resources are sure to be pivotal resources for both novice and experienced users.
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These resources are sure to be pivotal resources for both novice and experienced users.
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Architects: Showcase your work and find inspiration for your next project through Architizer, or enter the One Drawing Challenge for a chance to win $2,500! The Japanese design giant Muji has long pioneered a simple, modern aesthetic. Their home goods have become synonymous with a kind of generic, anti-brand philosophy, the unassuming and yet delightful…
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Axonometric views allow complex spaces to coexist within a single frame.
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Turkish architecture embraces the contrast between its complex history and contemporary development.
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If you submit additional drawings in the One Drawing Challenge, you’ll receive half off the initial entry fee!
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Discover every winning project and product in all award categories this year.
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Experience NYC's contemporary design away from the traditional tourist hotspots.
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Drawing a master plan requires a designer to envision macro-scale design solutions.
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Discover new designs across the Kingdom.
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Explore some of the world's largest and most intricate architectural drawings.
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Public voting for Architizer’s A+Awards is now open. It's officially in your hands!
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The fate of architecture firms around the world is officially in your hands!
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Master the tools of the trade with this guide to drawing hardware and software.
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The angular mid-80s architecture of a derelict shopping center in Duluth, Georgia, has garnered fame in recent weeks after the release of the third season of Netflix’s hit series Stranger Things. Avid fans of the show may recognize that Gwinnett Place Mall—an actual mall located in a suburb of Atlanta, was transformed as the setting […]
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Upon their arrival to Detroit, partners Anya Sirota and Jean Louis Farges took four years to understand the complex landscapes and narratives that co-exist within the city. At the time, Detroit was fully entrenched in “ruin porn” and the design interest of the city followed a fascination with degradation or a re-imagination to building new. […]
Flexible operable wall systems can create virtually endless configurations to divide space up for solo and group work. Tek Vue Teknion This wall panel system features thin-profile frames linked together by a single glass wall section. Tek Vue is offered with pivot or barn doors and accommodates different ceiling heights for placement nearly anywhere on […]
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London mayor Sadiq Khan has today dismissed plans for the so-called “Tulip Tower” designed by Foster + Partners, describing the building as “unwelcoming” and “poorly designed.” The news signals a U-turn by authorities who had so far given the project the green light through planning, with the full go-ahead having been granted on April 2. […]
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This interview of Denise Scott Brown is excerpted from Your Guide to Downtown Denise Scott Brown, an exhibit held at the Architekturezentrum Wien in Vienna, now available in book form via Park Books. The interview was conducted on May 22, 2018, before the passing of Robert Venturi in September, and revised on May 7, 2019, […]
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I know it rains a lot in London, but you have to wonder if Olafur Eliasson is playing a joke—the Danish-Icelandic artist has installed a “Rain Window” (Regenfenster, 1999) inside the Tate Modern just as summer begins. Eliasson has previous experience when it comes to playing with the weather in England. In 2003, The Weather […]
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Sponsored by The Milwaukee County War Memorial is the only building designed by renowned architect Eero Saarinen in all of Milwaukee. The War Memorial houses the “Bird Cage,” a double cantilever staircase surrounded by a glass and steel curtain wall. Because it had been decades since any updates had been made, there was a point […]
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Big data and its purported utility comes with the attendant need to actually collect that data in the first place, meaning an increase of sensing devices being attached to all manner of things. That includes treating many everyday things, from skyscrapers to human beings, as sensors themselves. When it comes to the urban environment, data […]
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Dear Stanley, It took you a decent nine years to write to Mies, but I could only wait three days. You know, just to make sure. You did resign your tenure from the University of Illinois, Chicago twice, after all, so anything is possible. Less circumspect or hopeful, most of the other members of the […]
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America’s oldest artist-advocacy organization, the National Academy of Design, has decided to permanently close its museum operations. The Beaux-Arts mansion at 1083 Fifth Avenue on the Upper East Side has been sold, and the institution is reinventing itself with an endowment. Run by artists for artists since 1825, the Academy is comprised of invite-only members, […]
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For many, the future floats. Seasteaders, BIG’s floating city, the “Danish silicon valley” (at sea, naturally): in a time of rising tides, many are suggesting working with, or on, the ocean rather than against it. Add the Buoyant Ecologies Float Lab to the list. The 13-foot-by-8-foot object was designed by architects and designers Adam Marcus, […]
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Brought to you with support from The rapid development of urban areas across the country is leading to the reappraisal of the commonly found, and often maligned, parking garage. Boston-based architectural practice French 2D has joined this trend by invigorating a drab parking garage using a mesh facade with dynamic graphics intended to serve as […]
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Brought to you with support from In October 2018, Amherst College opened the New Science Center on its historic Massachusetts campus. The new academic building, which replaced an aging science center that was failing to keep up with its contemporary academic needs, is a six-story structure offering a home for six different science departments. Designed […]
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Boom! Sam Jacob Studio has unveiled a punchy new home for London’s Cartoon Museum that takes design cues from comics’ bold graphic tropes and often-cheeky humor. A 3-D explosion graphic marks the entrance, while the exhibition spaces are arranged in boxes like cartoon comic strips. The two main galleries, an education room, and a gift shop (cha-ching!) are encased […]
After a series of legal battles spanning several years, the Hawaiian state government will officially allow construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) to begin next week. Governor David Ige and other state officials announced that heavy machinery will be moved to the project site atop the Big Island’s famous Mauna Kea volcano starting on […]
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Not content with a sneaker empire, Kanye West has entered the affordable housing game with structures straight out of Star Wars. In a profile of the rapper-producer, designer, and business mogul, Forbes writer Zack O’Malley Greenburg described how West drove him to a wooded area near his home in Calabasas, California, to show him prototypes […]
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In Bushwick, Brooklyn, on the site of the former Rheingold Brewery, New York-based ODA has designed a mammoth apartment building that takes up an entire city block, totaling nearly 500,000 square feet. The seven-story, 500-unit building features two staggered volumes in which a core of dark gray corrugated metal seems to rise up out of […]
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“While my company and the museum have distinct missions, both are important contributors to our society,” said Whitney Museum of American Art vice chairman Warren B. Kanders. This statement, salvaged from a letter leaked by ARTnews in December, sets the tone as the opening visual for Forensic Architecture’s installation at the Whitney Biennial—a 15-minute video […]
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The only residence designed by Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei is for sale. The 4,000-square-foot complex in Ancram, New York, is about two hours north of New York City by car, and it was commissioned by a couple who loved the artist’s work. In collaboration with Basel, Switzerland–based HHF Architects, Weiwei delivered the main […]
To even the most casual observer, Le Corbusier has become a household name. His lifetime achievements in brutalist architecture, city planning, and pilotis represent his tireless search for modernism, and now, more than a half-century after his death, the Swiss architect’s legacy is being reconsidered with the public reopening of his final work, the Centre […]
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With spring behind us firmly and the best of summer here, now is the time to bring back a bit of that freshness to our home with green goodness and fresh flowers. Not all of us are blessed to have an extensive garden. And this is exactly where a gorgeous little planter can come in […]
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The beauty of a wall hanging is its ability to define a room’s color story. By juxtaposing yarn of different hues, you create a rich palette that can inspire the design of the entire space. Today’s easy wall hanging features colors in the blue, green and teal families, creating a jewel-toned, cool-toned finished product that […]
We love a contemporary home that turns to ways other than just color to add contrast to the polished, modern interior. The Guaratinguetá House designed by Ricardo Abreu Arquitetos is one such gorgeous residence where different ceramic surfaces provide points of visual interest in various rooms. It is ceramic finishes that cover everything from the […]
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Maximizing space does not mean you give up on aesthetics. This fabulous apartment in Beijing showcases how to get the job done as it turns a relatively small urban apartment into a charming and light-filled modern urban home. Built for a family of three, this Chinese apartment was designed by Hao Design keeping in mind […]
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The ottoman is a truly versatile piece of home décor. It can be used in different rooms and in many different ways with ease. It is also a décor item that can be moved around with ease. This makes it a modular addition of sorts and one that is a must-have. But for our readers […]
Carlton is a neighborhood in Melbourne that is renowned as Little Italy and this Victorian-era house with a reworked interior perfectly epitomizes this along with a dose of modernity. The house has a traditional street façade with Italianate-style terrace that has been kept intact by Biasol even as the interior feels refined and sophisticated. What […]
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There are times when you have to try hard to bring contrast to a home by introducing new materials and finishes. Then there are occasions when the house itself paints a picture of curated contrast that draws you in visually. Nestled on a lush green lot, Villa Zeist 2 in Netherlands falls into the latter […]
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When it comes to organizing our home and making it much more efficient, the garage is one of the last places that you think about instantly. It is generally a space that is left to accumulate stuff and over the years, everything that you do not need ‘immediately’ is just tucked away into the garage […]
If you are an avid crafter, then a craft table or desk in your home is an absolute must. Of course, what makes you even prouder is the idea of creating this table all on our own! Yes, we are talking about the DIY craft table and how you can make one without too much […]
Breathing new life into an old Californian bungalow Down Under, the contemporary rear addition project dubbed Sliding Doors designed by CplusC Architectural Workshop takes a whole new approach to home extensions. The smart, space-savvy and light-filled extension adds to the traditional existing residence and expands the living area while ensuring a balance between privacy and […]
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The last few years have seen many classic homes in Australia get a modern makeover that allows urban families to make the most of the limited space that they offer. This gorgeous Edwardian house in Melbourne is no different with its revamped interior designed by Bryant Alsop combining the old with the new in a […]
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You would be hard-pressed to find a house as brilliant in its embracing of nature and its many elements as the Botanica House in Singapore. Designed by Guz Architects and sitting on a site with plenty of slope, it is the natural contours of the lot that come to the aid of this astounding residence. […]
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If you love décor that feels organic, close to nature and holds a few imperfections here and there which make it even more gorgeous, then farmhouse DIYs are for you! DIY farmhouse décor is one of the most beautiful and easiest to craft. Everything from reclaimed wood and chicken wire to old furniture and discarded […]
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If there is one color that adds cheerful charm to the modern interior, then it is yellow at its sunny best. Of course, using yellow in a judicious manner is much harder than it sounds. But this innovative office space designed for a renowned Madrid-based Publishing Company showcases how yellow can be the ‘hero’ of […]
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Modular, adaptable and cost-effective housing is the need of the hour across the globe. Part of the Custom and Self-Built homes initiative, the Box House in Graven Hill in Bicester serves these needs as it was designed by Studio Bark for young clients who could not build one on their own. The residence feels smart […]
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Whether you’re saving up for a big landscaping project or you’re renting a home that you can’t change in a substantial way, there’s no reason to stare at an empty yard, deck or patio. A slew of backyard decorating ideas awaits you, even if you’re on a budget! From affordable trellises and planters to umbrellas […]
There are renovations that add something unique and modern to an aging home and then there are those that accentuate its best qualities and combine modernity with its innate goodness. The Elwood House in inner suburbs of Melbourne is a residence that falls into the latter category with a carefully curated renovation by Splinter Society […]
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There are occasions when the residence that sits on a lot steals the spotlight with its sheer brilliance and extravagant design. Then there are occasions when it is the landscape that sets the tone and becomes the focal point. The Sea and Sun Discovery Centre in Squamish, BC, Canada is a building that falls into […]
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When it comes to eco-friendly DIY ideas, few match the warmth and ease of those involving reclaimed wood. Reclaimed wood DIY ideas are all about combining your crafting skills with a love for all things natural and green. Yes, there is the added advantage of helping out nature by reducing reliance on fresh wood for […]
Decorating an outdoor space often brings out our adventurous side! We ARE outside, after all. People take design risks they aren’t willing to take in the living room, and fun touches such as patio umbrellas add a festive vibe. Instead of opting for simple and basic this summer, why not try something a bit more […]
The exhibition, which is on view through November 11, features works created by Dion over the last 25 years.
Inspired by nature but partly built by robots, the BUGA Wood Pavilion by ICD University of Stuttgart in Germany is a perfect host for outdoor events.
Set against the dramatic backdrop of the Beartooth Mountains, a surprisingly intimate structure of vertical pine logs offers a serene place of respite for visitors to the arts center.
A 2016 Design Vanguard designs storefront clinics for high-tech healthcare.
Wright’s architecture comprises the 24th American site on the World Heritage List.
A new literary café in Mexico City fast becomes a community gathering spot.
The much-admired, award-winning architect, died July 9 at the age of 66. He had been diagnosed with ALS in 2016.
Hutker Architects has reconstituted the original 1987 Steven Holl design of a Martha's Vineyard house.
A book of thought-provoking essays queries the nature of place asking landscapes to reveal their meanings.
Anthony Alofsin's new book on Wright's tumultuous relationship with New York City is the third one centering on a connection that Wright himself might have thought unworthy.
Henry Cobb shares his tribute to the late Pritzker laureate, who he remembers as his "mentor, colleague, and friend."
Depending upon visitors’ angle of approach, the structure either announces its presence boldly or hides behind an unassuming party wall—which more or less sums up the guiding principles around its design.
Several projects currently underway at the Cambridge, Massachusetts, institution aim to engage with their surroundings.
A hospital on a mountainside integrates nature and touches of home into a new patient facility.
An architect's thoughtful strategy results in a multidisciplinary health-education facility in Cleveland.
A facility for neurological disorders gives the University of Cincinnati's medical campus a fresh face.
An office specializing in straight teeth doesn't shy away from curves.
Ana Paula Ruiz Galindo and Mecky Ruess’s winning design for the 2019 Young Architects Program sets the stage for PS1’s summer Warm Up.
See the full list of this year’s top 300 firms, ranked by their architectural revenue from the prior year, and learn about what business trends architecture and design companies are seeing.
In Singapore, designers reinvent the airport experience with deft engineering, unusual geometry, and a vast indoor garden.
In order for social media to have an impact, you first have to decide on what you want to achieve and from there, you actually have to put yourself out there as an individual because social media only functions when you are social - which means there has to be a 1st person narrative. I should point out that this doesn't necessarily mean talking about yourself, it means talking about things from your perspective.
If you are an architect, it's a pretty safe bet that at some point in your career you've had to go on site and collect some existing dimensions for a project. My career is now almost 30 years in the making and not only have I done this possibly hundreds of time, I did it just last week. As far a site measures go, I've done some pretty horrific site measures before and let me tell you, this one doesn't even crack my top 50. In fact, you'd have to wear an actual hazmat suit to get into my top 5.
How much time have you spent thinking about the legal side of architecture? If you are like most architects, you probably haven't spent enough time thinking about it. While it may not be the sexiest part of the architectural profession, it is something that every licensed architect must consider on every single project.
Every project goes through these phases - small, big, really small, and then just right - and letting people know what to expect is something that I do on every project.
Phoenix tattoo is an incredibly beautiful pattern and is suitable for both men and women. The image of the legendary bird is still an integral part of world culture. The phoenix is a mythological bird,...
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Do you want to give your look depth and mystery? How to make your eyes more expressive and attract the attention of others? We will tell you how to master the technique of cat eye...
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Kids’ rooms have a special place in the home. This is the shelter of the child, his little fortress. All parents are trying to create a friendly and safe environment for their little ones and...
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When the temperature starts to rise, it’s important to keep your body cool and healthy by eating the right foods in the summer. Especially if you eat unhealthy diet, this can lead to imbalances...
There is probably nothing better than relaxing on the beach under the warm sun in the summer. In the most beautiful time of the year, you spend much more time outdoors, showing more skin than...
Armor tattoo ideas for men are really one of the most spectacular ways to demonstrate strength, courage and masculinity. It is true that tattoos never go out of fashion and have been around for thousands...
Obesity and overweight are often associated with poor diet and inadequate exercises for weight loss or lack of movement. Lack of physical activity also slows down the metabolism in the body and important nutrients...
Black caviar is such an exquisite delicacy that it is customary to serve it on the table on special occasions. It is not surprising that there are certain rules of gastronomic etiquette and recommendations how...
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During the warm season, a light breakfast can be the perfect start of the day. Today, time is never enough in the morning to prepare a nutritious meal. Sandwiches or quick oatmeal can be...
Probably every bride has heard of the tradition that she should wear something blue. It could be flowers, accessories, dress decoration, etc. Yes, until not long ago, brides did not have the liberty to choose...
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How do we help a weak immune system to become stronger and maintain our well-being throughout the year? Immunity consists of all the organs, cells and immune bodies that serve the body to protect itself...
The wedding is an exceptional event. Every couple wants this day to become the most beautiful, bright and joyful. That is why the organization of the wedding requires special attention. To hold such an important...
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Circles, triangles, rectangles, squares or hexagons, abstract motifs and patterns – geometric decor is very popular and it found its place in nursery rooms, kids and teenagers’ bedrooms. These interesting patterns and motifs are a...
Do we actually know the caffeine effect on the body? What are the processes influenced by the famous ingredient and is caffeine healthy? Coffee and tea are two of the many substances that many...
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What is aquafaba? How to make it, how to use it and why is it so popular? We have selected some really easy and delicious aquafaba recipes and will tell you all that you need...
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Pink is one of the most popular colors in wedding collections. The palette includes all shades of pink, from blush and light pink to darker and richer shades. We will show you magnificent blush pink...
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Caviar is widely associated with luxurious lifestyle. However, not many people know that in Russia, in ancient times, black, red and other caviar was considered food for the poorest peasants. The product that we consider...
Many people consider a vegan diet to be healthy, as it consists mainly of fruits, vegetables, whole grains and legumes. However, if you eat no meat or dairy products, you risk developing certain...
Without any doubt, the sofa is an important element in the interior design of any home and modern stylish office, so the choice of this piece of furniture must be well thought. What is important...
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Do you know that there are foods we eat every day that actually kill us? For most of us, they are on the menu every day. Some of them cause high blood pressure, high...
Generali Tower has received the Jury Prize at the Architizer A+ Awards 2019 in the ‘Commercial-Office – High Rise (16+ Floors)’ category.
Generali Tower is within CityLife, Milan, the largest new civic space and public park in Milan since Parco Sempione…
KnitCandela—a thin, sinuous concrete shell built on ultra-lightweight knitted formwork—has received the Jury Prize and also voted the People’s Choice winner at the Architizer A+ Awards 2019 in the ‘Details / Architecture+Concrete’ category.
Installed at Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo, Mexico City,…
Opus in Dubai is one of four projects by Zaha Hadid Architects shortlisted for the World Architecture Festival 2019 WAF Awards.
The World Architecture Festival is dedicated to celebrating, sharing and inspiring outstanding architecture, with the WAF Awards at…
With Riyadh’s population more than doubling since 1990 to over 5 million and expected to reach 8.5 million residents within a decade, the Riyadh Metro is a new public transit system for the city with 6 main lines covering…
Generali Tower in Milan is one of four projects by Zaha Hadid Architects shortlisted for the World Architecture Festival 2019 WAF Awards.
The World Architecture Festival is dedicated to celebrating, sharing and inspiring outstanding architecture, with the WAF Awards…
Nanjing International Youth Cultural Centre in China is one of four projects by Zaha Hadid Architects shortlisted for the World Architecture Festival 2019 WAF Awards.
The World Architecture Festival is dedicated to celebrating, sharing and inspiring outstanding architecture, with…
With Beijing’s existing airport at capacity, construction of the new Beijing Daxing International Airport began in 2016 and is now completed in preparation to open on 30 September this year. The airport will serve 72 million passengers per year…
One Thousand Museum residential tower has received its Temporary Certificate of Occupancy from the City of Miami – marking another milestone towards officially welcoming its residents.
Adjacent to Miami’s waterside Museum Park, One Thousand Museum’s 62-storey (216m/709ft) tower incorporates…
Created for the 2009 Manchester International Festival, the temporary JS Bach chamber music hall opened ten years ago today.
Designed by Zaha Hadid Architects to house solo performances of JS Bach’s works, a voluminous ribbon swirls within the room,…
Five projects by Zaha Hadid Architects and Zaha Hadid Design have been nominated for the Architizer A+ Awards: Generali Tower, Milan (Office Highrise over 16 floors category); KnitCandela experimental structure at MUAC, Mexico City (Architecture + Concrete category); Kensington…
The multidisciplinary team led by Architects 61 in collaboration with Zaha Hadid Architects have begun design development workshops for the New Science Centre in Singapore.
Science Centre Singapore opened in 1977 and now welcomes more than a million visitors…
KnitCandela wins People’s Choice at the AZ Awards 2019, in the In Temporary and Experiential Installations category.
Launched in 2011 by AZURE magazine, the AZ Awards recognise excellence and innovation in design, and showcases the world’s best projects, products…
520 West 28th has won the AZ Award 2019 in the Residential Architecture (multi-unit) category.
Launched in 2011 by AZURE magazine, the AZ Awards recognise excellence and innovation in design, and showcases the world’s best projects, products and ideas.…
Welcoming over a million visitors to its exhibitions and events every year, the Riverside Museum was named ‘European Museum of the Year’ 2013 and has become one of Scotland’s most popular cultural hubs and tourist attractions.
The New Yorker Magazine explained at…
The Cell candleholder collection by Zaha Hadid Design has been awarded ‘Best International Product’ at the Denfair 2019 in Melbourne, Australia.
The Cell collection draws inspiration from the replication and growth of cellular organisms – the individual points, the…
“Make no little plans… aim high in hope and work, remembering that a noble, logical diagram once recorded will not die.” Daniel Burnham
Opened ten years ago this week for the Centennial of Daniel Burnham’s Plan…
Morpheus Hotel in Macau is celebrating its first anniversary this week.
Opening last year, Morpheus was designed as a vertical extrusion of the site’s existing abandoned foundations of a tower that did not progress; using this rectangular footprint to…