The Borderless Community of Zi Ni Twelve Portals is a housing project in Guangzhou, China, designed by Fei Architects to show off its occupants. Located in Zi Ni Tang Park, the renovation project, which has been shortlisted for Dezeen Awards 2020, carved out wide windows and balconies with a variety of material finishes. The local studio
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This week on Dezeen, we announced the winners of the Dezeen Awards public vote and Italian furniture designer Enzo Mari passed away. Projects by Heatherwick Studio, Vo Trong Nghia Architects and Snøhetta were chosen by Dezeen readers as winners of the public vote in the architecture category, while readers picked projects by Esrawe Studio and Adjaye Associates as having the
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An external walkway and glazed living space are hidden behind sliding slatted woodwork in this house in Chile, designed by architects Santiago Valdivieso and Stefano Rolla. Rolla and Valdivieso completed the house on Punta Pite, an arm on the Central Chilean coast stretched toward the Pacific Ocean. The architects describe the house as sitting on
Candidate Cellou Diallo claims his party has 12,744 copies of results slips that show he won and calls on the electoral commission to show theirs. Last Sunday, just over 3.5 million Guineans turned out to vote in our country’s presidential election. A period of political violence and social division preceded the poll, sparked by the unconstitutional actions taken by our president, Alpha Condé, who engineered a brazen constitutional coup in an attempt to secure a third successive term in office. The majority of voters headed to their respective polling stations on 18 October determined to reject the corruption of the […]
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Addis Ababa, 23 October 2020, (ECA) - The United Nations family in Ethiopia was joined on Friday by members of the diplomatic community, government officials, private sector, and the youth, to commemorate UN Day 2020, marking the 75th anniversary of the organization.
This year’s event was void of its usual pomp and fanfare due to COVID19 but was marked by a flag-raising ceremony and a powerful message from the Secretary-General who emphasized the need for unity and collective action as the world faces “one common enemy: COVID19.”
Great architecture is not complete without well designed landscapes — it's time we recognized those that bring them to life.
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Office Hours fosters intimate, intergenerational conversations to empower and support emerging practitioners.
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Dezeen promotion: a community centre in Bangladesh designed by German architect Anna Heringer has won the second edition of the prestigious Obel Award. Named Anandaloy, which means place of deep joy in the local dialect, the building contains a therapy centre for people with disabilities on the ground floor with a women-led textile workshop above it. The
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