Here's some more inspiration for those looking to submit to the One Rendering Challenge.
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Here's some more inspiration for those looking to submit to the One Rendering Challenge.
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Opening up architecture to the sun.
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The "World's Most Famous Building" now boasts even greater views.
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Ozair Mansoor's competition-winning drawing imagines a space that reflects the human experience in today's globalized society.
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Pop-up architecture is designed to spark moments of surprise and wonder.
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Experience an alternative means of engaging with architecture with this collection of incredible films.
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Some of Thailand’s most unique architecture is being built within the country’s education sector.
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Designers are invited to view ceramic bath furnishing collections at a reception in SoHo.
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"Using prefab technology when building projects — especially if you’re already using VDC and BIM — is a no-brainer."
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The "starfish" boasts the largest single-building terminal in the world.
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Uncover new designs making waves.
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For the first time, the UK's Stirling Prize has been won by a social housing project.
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Built for people to gather, worship and learn, these project represent the continent’s diversity and a range of multicultural influences.
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High Desert Butterfly invites the gorgeous Pacific Northwest landscape into its interiors with the help of LaCantina Doors.
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Should David Černý's bizarre proposal be given a second thought in contemporary architectural discourse?
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Sisangan Villa is a gorgeous residence sheathed by concrete slabs and the surrounding landscape.
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Never has the phrase “eco-traveller” sounded so oxymoronic.
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Bryony Roberts brings a human touch to City Hall.
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The new competition will explore the incredible power of visualizations to portray atmospheric, emotive architecture.
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Along with black clothes, round glasses and a perpetual lack of sleep, it is one of the profession’s greatest clichés: All architects love coffee. As today is International Coffee Day, it seems as good a time as any to examine our collective love (or should that be addiction?) of this ubiquitous caffeinated beverage, one that…
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Ten domestic plywood producers have jointly filed a lawsuit against several U.S. certification agencies for falsely labeling ineffective imported panels from South America. The group, known as the U.S. Structural Plywood Integrity Coalition, claims that structural panels produced in Brazil are being fraudulently certified and stamped upon entry to the U.S. even though they don’t […]
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Wisconsin-based design and construction company WholeTrees Structures finds both architectural opportunity and environmental advantage in designing and building with intact tree trunks that would otherwise be used for firewood or pulp. Amelia Baxter and architect Roald Gundersen founded WholeTrees 12 years ago to build new markets for “cull trees,” or trees with rot and poor […]
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The family, contemporaries, and friends of Stanley Tigerman gathered in Rubloff Auditorium at the Art Institute of Chicago on October 18 for memorial service where they offered remembrances of the late architect. Amid a full house of more than 500, quotes, anecdotes, and fond memories of Tigerman were recited. Below is just a small sampling: […]
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Scotland’s most important architect and designer was Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868–1928). In Nikolaus Pevsner’s 1936 book Pioneers of the Modern Movement, he called Mackintosh “the European counterpart of Frank Lloyd Wright” and a forerunner of Le Corbusier. Like Wright, Mackintosh designed not only buildings but also their furnishings and fixtures. A new exhibition, Designing the […]
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With skyrocketing costs of living pushing creatives out of major urban centers, smaller U.S. cities are offering affordable alternatives where designers can live and work more easily. Providence, Rhode Island, the home of the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), among the nation’s foremost design schools, is rapidly emerging as one of these new hubs. […]
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Construction remains one of the most carbon-intensive industries, with materials often contributing significantly to the final project’s total pollution (concrete production, for example, is responsible for 8% of global carbon emissions). A report from the Carbon Leadership Forum, a network of academics and industry professionals hosted at the University of Washington to focus on reducing […]
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The Medal of Honor is the highest military honor a U.S. citizen can receive, and the organization that supports it, the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation, sent out a call for submissions last year for the creation of a museum that would highlight the award’s values. The foundation outlined a vision for a museum to put […]
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Completed in 1984 as the headquarters of the telecommunications giant AT&T, the postmodern Philip Johnson and John Burgee–designed tower at 550 Madison has been the subject of a series of controversial renovations over the last two years. Today, the developer behind the Snøhetta and Gensler revamp of the former AT&T building, The Olayan Group, […]
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Architecture of Nature: Nature of Architecture By Diana Agrest Applied Research + Design Publishing $49.95 “Representation, theater of life or mirror of the world.” Michel Foucault, The Order of Things Presented as a 9-by-11-inch hardbound volume of full-color drawings, this sumptuously produced book includes interviews and writings alongside Diana Agrest’s design research as demonstrated by […]
This pictorial appears in the October/November print edition of The Architect’s Newspaper. Timothy Hursley has photographed the lofty heights of 20th-century American architecture: Frank Gehry, I. M. Pei, and Philip Johnson all commissioned him to document their designs. But Hursley has also trained his lens on the country’s colorful, lurid, and sometimes tragic underbelly, shooting […]
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The new Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture building opened its doors on Seattle’s University of Washington Campus on October 12, three years after the project was first announced. Designed by local architecture firm Olson Kundig using a $99 million budget, the 113,000-square-foot Burke Museum contains 66 percent more space for research, education, and […]
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The Ennis House, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Mayan Revival masterpiece tucked into the hills of Los Feliz, has traded hands more than one can count. After being placed on the market for $23 million last June, the home has once again found an owner in an unnamed buyer for $18 million. Though it went for roughly […]
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Torkwase Dyson’s 1919: Black Water, on display at Columbia GSAPP’s Arthur Ross Architecture Gallery through December 14th, is an inscrutable meditation on an incident of racial violence that took place in Chicago on a hot summer’s day in July 1919: the killing of a black 17-year-old named Eugene Williams on a Lake Michigan beachfront by […]
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Charles Jencks possessed an authoritative but genial way of speaking that nevertheless harbored a hint of arch skepticism. The worst place to encounter it was in a hotel lobby where jet-lagged and disoriented after arriving for some conference or other, you would hear your name exclaimed in a gentle yet ominous greeting and turn around […]
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Oregon-based sportswear giant Nike announced that it will name its new Advanced Innovation Building after basketball legend LeBron James, who has been sponsored by the company since entering the NBA in 2003. The LeBron James Building will form part of the company’s newly expanded World Headquarters (WHQ) near Beaverton, just outside Portland, Oregon. According to […]
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As Skidmore, Owings & Merrill’s (SOM) iconic 270 Park Avenue, once lauded by Ada Louise Huxtable as one of New York’s contributions to a “dramatic revolution in architectural design,” prepares for a painstaking demolition process, new details have surfaced regarding its replacement. JPMorgan Chase announced in February 2018 that it would demolish the 707-foot structure […]
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The 57th New York Film Festival just ended, but luckily many of the films that feature architecture as a main character will be released in theaters or available online. Here’s a breakdown of the must-see flicks where cities takes center stage: Motherless Brooklyn A fictionalized Robert Moses called Moses Randolph (played by Alec Baldwin), drives […]
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Less than five weeks after the completion of the Gardner Street Women’s Bridge Housing Center, a mid-century library converted into a 30-bed emergency homeless shelter, it was announced that another in the bridge housing program is now open for business. A palatial, century-old mansion on a busy stretch of Hollywood Boulevard has been subdivided into […]
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The Centre Pompidou has announced plans to expand beyond its main campus in central Paris, opting for a new “art factory” space in Massy, Essonne, a southwest suburb. While no architect for the project has been named, the 22,000-square-meter facility is expected to open in 2025. In a statement obtained by The Art Newspaper, Centre […]
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Provocateur, philosopher, and polymath Charles Jencks had a kaleidoscopic perspective on the forces and complexities of the cosmos. From his student days onward he was voracious in his interests, explorations, and speculations. At Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, he cut a swath with his precocious wit, preternatural eloquence, and confident banter. He was lanky, elegant, […]
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We all love the idea of a weekend house that takes us away from constant rush that surrounds us. That is exactly what you get with the beautiful and spacious Casa Linda Vista in Mexico that sits on the edge of Lake Chapala. This smart and stylish vacation home combines vernacular architectural principles with locally […]
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The kitchen is a place where you need an even layer of functional and aesthetic lighting that combines the best of both aspects. This becomes even more essential in the small kitchen where lighting can make or break the overall look of the space. In the tiny kitchen every inch of space matters. Saving space […]
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There are a few homes that feel modern and cozy and do so without really sweeping you off our feet with sheer grandeur. Then there are homes where you instantly see an iconic feature that defines it and ends up becoming the showstopper. The Greja House designed by Park + Associates in Singapore falls into […]
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The Camp feels like an unassumingly simple name for a getaway that takes you into the wondrous world that awaits at Tawharanui Peninsula. Yet, it feels perfectly apt for this lovely wooden cabin designed by Fearon Hay Architects that utilizes timber shutters in an innovative and elegant fashion. The cabin broadly consists of two different […]
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Gifting on a budget can be a challenge, but sometimes it’s our limitations that bring out true creativity. If you’re needing to stay in the land of the affordable, don’t fret. Beautiful possibilities await you. Below we’ve rounded up a range of budget-friendly gift ideas, and our tips for smart shopping are in bold. From […]
The A-frame house is a classic that has stood the test of time. It represents an iconic form that has evolved over centuries to provide cozy homes all across the planet. Giving this timeless home a grand modern makeover, Atelier van Wengerden have transformed the SH House in Bentvelt with a new lower level that […]
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It is that time of the year again when we starting thinking about much needed winter vacations and how we are going to enjoy the lovely snow-clad slopes in all their splendor. Even if you are not a skiing enthusiast, a getaway like the Alpine Cabin on the Vancouver Island is bound to steal your […]
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The traditions of Ireland have been shaped by its rough weather and the rugged seas around it for many centuries. It is this environment that also gave shape to some of the best stone homes that you will ever come across. Created using locally sourced stones and withstanding the rugged coastal winds and keeping out […]
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The classic cabin is one that is spread across a large area and offers comfortable family living environment that blends woodsy charm with a relaxing vibe. But the Stacked Cabin in Muscoda, Wisconsin reinterprets the classic design and alters it to suit the needs of a more modest lot that does not have too much […]
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A high-end VFX design studio demands a very special style of architecture and StudioAC delivers in this regard with the ARTJAIL Offices in Toronto. The office feels modern and elegant with the existing industrial elements of the building being carefully intertwined with modern overtones. A number of new spaces were added to the existing floor […]
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The garden for our home is an afterthought on most occasions. It is a feature that often complements the design of the house but is not the defining feature that sets it apart. Not in the case of the MeMo House in San Isidro, Argentina designed by BAM! Arquitectura though. This gorgeous contemporary home in […]
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At one point or another, all of us wish to escape the constant urban rush and create a few moments of tranquility and calm. A holiday home can definitely offer all that and a whole lot more. But not all of us can afford one and even a trip to a rented cabin in the […]
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It is not every day that you come across a home like Meia Casa designed by mf+arquitetos in Ribeirão Preto, Brazil. This is a house where contemporary design embraces dark stone finishes and polished surfaces are cleverly and seamlessly integrated with woodsy charm. Everything from the street façade to the entry and the living space […]
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The dream of every urbanite is to have that lovely holiday home that is far away from the constant rush and bright lights of big city. It is a dream that is often constrained by lack of resources. But this tiny vacation cabin on the Galiano Island brings the dream alive with its smart and […]
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The National Organization of Minority Architects’ 47th annual gathering took place last week in New York City.
From recent reports like "Bringing Embodied Carbon Upfront" to new tools like EC3, the Embodied Carbon Construction Calculator, how to decarbonize the materials and construction supply chain is a hot topic in the profession.
“MADE IN TOKYO: Architecture and Living, 1964/2020” is on view at the Japan Society in New York through January 26, 2020.
A new ambulatory surgery center by Kliment Halsband Architects connects local surgeons to doctors at Mount Sinai in New York.
In San Francisco’s Nob Hill neighborhood, a two-unit building reimagines the vernacular elements of the city’s traditional residential architecture while also respecting its surroundings.
An upper section of an 18-story hotel under construction in New Orleans partially collapsed on Saturday, October 12, killing at least two and injuring eighteen.
Spanning an entire city block, The Rheingold is Brooklyn’s latest upscale multifamily development.
American-born cultural theorist, architect, and landscape designer Charles Jencks has died at age 80. Read tributes from Robert A.M. Stern, Paul Goldberger, and George Baird.
Four films screening at this year's ADFF—which runs from October 16-20 in New York—tackle housing insecurity.
On view through February 24, 2020, the show spans four levels of the Louis Vuitton Foundation and showcases the work of this often unheralded designer who helped shape 20th-century living.
The opening of the renovated and expanded Museum of Modern Art in New York prompts a look at the newly organized galleries of the Architecture and Design Department.
The show, running October 9 through March 22, 2020, is the first comprehensive exhibition of the Hungarian-born artist’s work in New York.
Designed by Mikhail Riches with Cathy Hawley, Goldsmith Street meets Passivhaus standards and won RIBA's inaugural Neave Brown Award for Housing.
This accolade is the latest in a string of successes for the Hood Design Studio founder, who recently won a MacArthur Foundation “Genius” grant and was commissioned to renovate the Oakland Museum of California.
Our focus on innovative and flexible solutions clearly distinguishes Weather Shield from other window and door companies.
A river outside Geneva is restored while a parallel old canal is reimagined as a public promenade.
Over 170 miles of red wool are suspended from the ceiling and walls for this installation at the Mori Art Museum in Tokyo.
This collection of architectural treasures lost and salvaged illustrates the possibilities of how older buildings can be repurposed.
On a forested site on Lake of Bays, north of Toronto, 40 picturesque cabins embrace a modern vernacular.
I would not be surprised to learn that you might be reading this post just because of the title. Just to get it out of the way - right up front - this is not the 7-minutes in heaven that you heard about when you were between the ages of 13 and 16, although I will confess that this is where I got the idea for the title.
If you ever thought about being an architect but thought you couldn’t handle the math, you aren’t alone. At parties across the land, as soon as someone finds out there is an architect in the crowd, there is a story being told about how they wanted to be an architect but since they couldn’t draw or weren’t very good at math, they decided to do something else.
"Stairapalooza" might not be the best word for it but guardrailapalooza definitely isn't any better ... Handrailapalooza? Nope, that's not it either, but that's really what today's post is all about ... the steel guardrails and wood handrails at the monumental stair at my Oak Grove project
Architectural models are clearly within the architect's domain but are you within the "physical models are better" or "digital models are better" camp? Physical models have a bigger impact on the space when people can interact with them, but digital models are a more powerful tool for the act of creating architecture.
How to roast a turkey to perfection? Many people will tell you that this is like roasting a chicken and they will be right. It is just that the turkey is a pretty big chicken...
Homemade egg hair mask recipes are an easy and effective solution for dry and split hair as well as for hair strengthening and preventing hair loss. It is true that modern cosmetic industry supplies the...
Black bedding is no longer considered as something extraordinary and extravagant. It surely found its place in modern interiors and is the choice of confident people who have no prejudices and are original in everything....
With the first cold weather days pumpkins migrate from the beds to homes, and besides that this is the most popular decoration for fall holidays like Halloween and Thanksgiving, pumpkin dessert recipes (and not only)...
How to repurpose and upcycle old drawers? Where does your old furniture go after you buy new pieces? To the garage? To the attic? Even if your old chest of drawers, desk or kitchen cabinets,...
What is macrame and how to use it in modern home interior design? We have selected some inspiring macrame ideas for you and will show you how you can use these magnificent handmade items in...
The wedding is the happiest and most memorable day in the life of the newlyweds. During the warm season many couples prefer an outdoor wedding. A wedding in the garden is the embodiment of romance,...
Proper hand skin care in winter allows you to maintain their attractive appearance. Our hands are in constant motion and their skin is thinner, so we need to nourish and protect it. There are few...
Winter is the most difficult season of the year to keep the beauty and health of the skin of the face and body, nails and hair. They are affected from sudden changes in temperature, dry...
In recent years puzzle play mat ideas have become widely popular and it is not a surprise that this is one of the most often purchased and beloved household items for the children’s room. The...
The skin of our lips is exceptionally delicate and sensitive, so it often suffers from the weather conditions. The lips may become dry and chapped in the cold and wind during the winter months. We...
Preparing for the wedding is requires a lot of attention and careful planning. Nevertheless, you can get maximum pleasure and fun from choosing a wedding theme, color palette, the guest list, thinking out an entertainment...
When we sleep, we do not just rest but restore our energy and free our mind. A properly designed bedroom is very important for the comfortable sleep and good rest. It is no secret that...
Autumn is not the best time for skin. After the summer, the skin is dehydrated, often suntanned, so from mid-September we need to start thinking how to prepare it for the cold months. Autumn skin...
A new tattoo, especially if it is your first one, is often something that you waited for and spent a lot of time carefully deciding the image and design you want, the place where the...
How to choose bed sheets color, pattern and print? Are you attracted to calm tones or you prefer bright, bold or unexpected and even extravagant colors? How to choose between solid color and multi-colored bed...
A bright and colorful carpet evokes a positive emotion in any room. If you are wondering how to add accent colors or just make the atmosphere of the nursery more vivid, you will find some...
Argan oil has been used in Morocco for centuries. It has exceptional properties, penetrates most effectively in the skin and helps to an in-depth hydration. We shall look at the most important argan oil benefits...
What are antipasti? In general, these are snacks or appetizers. The word means “before the pasta”, that is, before the main course, which for Italians is pasta. Spicy, fragrant, colorful, diverse and at the same...
Rustic baby room design ideas are not only cozy but exceptionally charming. Very often people misunderstand the rustic concept and think that it is all about old and used furniture. The essence of the style,...
The white Strea glove clutch by Zaha Hadid Design for Perrin Paris is currently on exhibit at the Spielzeug Welten Museum Basel in Switzerland. The exhibition ‘Bags – Icon & Investment’ runs until the 5th April 2020.
Founded in 1893, Rigaudy-Perrin grew to…
Celebrating creativity and innovation in the fields of architectural design, landscape architecture, and interior design, the Architecture Masterprize mission is to advance the appreciation of quality architectural design worldwide.
Generali Tower is within CityLife, Milan, the largest new civic space…
KnitCandela—a thin, sinuous concrete shell built on ultra-lightweight knitted formwork—has been nominated by the Institution of Structural Engineers for the 2019 Structural Award.
Installed at Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo, Mexico City, KnitCandela is an experimental structure designed by ZHCODE that pays homage…
Zed Hot Chili Peppers, the band comprised of ZHA’s team members, will join the annual Construction Rocks, raising funds for Maggie’s Centres.
Construction Rocks was conceived by Bill Price and Nigel Fraser in 2007, and has since raised over £175,000…
Project Correl by Zaha Hadid Virtual Reality Group has won for ‘Best Use of Technology’ at the 2019 Archiboo Web Awards.
Focusing on new ways to communicate great architecture, the Archiboo Web Awards celebrates outstanding digital performers creating engaging…
Morpheus at City Of Dreams in Macau has been named ‘Best Hotel & Tourism Development’ at the MIPIM Asia Awards 2019.
Launched in 2007, the MIPIM Asia Awards recognise excellence in the property industry throughout the Asia Pacific.
The Jumeirah Nanjing Hotel within the Nanjing International Youth Cultural Centre by Zaha Hadid Architects has celebrated its first anniversary.
Harnessing the energy of the 2014 Youth Olympic Games to create project with a lasting legacy that has…
Beijing Daxing International Airport is a new airport in the Daxing district 46km south of the city centre (20 minutes by express train).
Developed to alleviate congestion at the capital’s existing airport, Beijing Daxing will be a major transport…