We're thrilled to announce the Finalists for Architizer's first ever architectural drawing competition!
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We're thrilled to announce the Finalists for Architizer's first ever architectural drawing competition!
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A dystopian vision comes to life within this soccer stadium.
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New homes built to connect to the landscape and the sea.
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David Staczek is a principal at ZGF. Staczek’s 26 years of design experience have focused on healthcare facilities while being informed by a broad portfolio of work, from office buildings and financial institutions, to pedestrian bridges and multimodal centers. We like lists because they provide tidy packages for complex ideas. Listicles are everywhere: top 15 buildings of…
Living on the red planet without the 54.6 million kilometer trip.
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Blow your clients away with this incredible real-time, 3D immersion software.
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The first ever Young Architect Conference smashed the conventions of conventions.
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These A+Award-winning projects make way for their surrounding environments.
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This year's Burning Man festival saw a diverse array of engaging, temporary structures.
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This wildlife crossing right outside of L.A. will reconnect long isolated animal populations.
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Explore drawing as a way of building.
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Discover a global city for design.
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Tools and items that are sure to make life as an architecture student easier.
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A group of geo-engineering designers have proposed combatting climate change by manually reversing the process.
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Have no fear architects; generative design is meant to simplify the design process not replace you.
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TowerPinkster unveils a potentially new norm for American schools.
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Three Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia graduates looked to Metabolic Architecture for a solution to Hong Kong's cage homes.
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These A+Award-winning projects provide a vital respite from the pace of urban life.
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The iconic trio of Observation Towers in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in eastern Queens is getting a long-overdue upgrade. Restoration work on the monolith structures at the New York State Pavilion has reportedly begun according to Untapped Cities. Built for the 1964 World’s Fair, it’s no secret that the Philip Johnson– and Richard Foster-designed project has […]
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In a small Indiana town, a rich architectural legacy is celebrated with an annual exploration of architecture, art, design, and community. In its second exhibition run (it’s first in 2017) Exhibit Columbus features 18 site-responsive installations that use Columbus, Indiana’s heritage as inspiration and context while highlighting the role that community plays in growing a […]
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As of yesterday, $250 Million is available to private owners of tower blocks in the U.K. to replace cladding at risk of catching fire. The government fund is for towers that use the aluminum composite material (ACM) cladding—the same facade material employed by the Grenfell tower which caught fire in June 2017, claiming the lives […]
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Set in a restored 1909 mansion, The Levee is a new home-tel concept for short-term residence. Located in heart of Tel Aviv‘s storied White City—know for its Bauhaus and International Style-inspired architecture—the luxury lodging comprise 8 carefully-planned “villas.” Occupying both the historical eclectic-style Gurvetich House below and the contemporary, Bar Orian Architects-conceived addition above, these […]
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As perhaps one of the most ubiquitous design archetypes, one that can make or break a talent’s career, the chair has been reinterpreted over and over again. As both a canvas for the articulation of changing trends and the expression of bold personal or political statements, this typology often represents the complexity of the design […]
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“I’ll bet you live within four walls” is one of the most frequent comments I get from proponents of building a wall along the southern border as a critique of my creative and activist endeavors against wall construction. The comments can be quite vile. Here is one comment (since deleted) on the YouTube posting of […]
The work of Los Angeles based firm wHY Architects is known for its simplicity, attention to detail and ethical sourcing of building materials. As the renderings indicate, these sensibilities were all employed in the design of the nearly-completed East Palo Alto Youth Arts & Music Center (YAMC), also known as the EPACENTER. The building will […]
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Brought to you with support from On October 11, The Architect’s Newspaper is bringing Facades+ to Toronto for the first time to discuss the architectural trends and technology reshaping the city and region. Toronto’s KPMB Architects, an architectural practice with a global reach, is co-chairing the conference. Panels for the morning symposium will discuss KPMB […]
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Brought to you with support from Chicago’s Krueck + Sexton Architects, a practice founded in 1979, has established a particular niche in the design and implementation of complex glass facades. Their projects present a significant range in terms of location and scale, ranging from the multiplanar Spertus Institute on Michigan Boulevard to a slew of […]
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On September 10, the Architectural League of New York kicked off its fall 2019 lecture series with a talk by Pezo Von Ellrichshausen moderated by Michael Meredith. Speaking to a large audience in The Cooper Union’s Great Hall, the young Chilean firm presented a body of work ranging from art performance pieces, to an island […]
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Brought to you by: For years, the demand for tile was focused on smaller formats. Manufacturing processes meant larger tiles were cumbersome and difficult to work with. Thanks to advancements in ceramic tile technology, trends are shifting. Manufacturers are creating products that have doubled and tripled in size, resulting in architecture and design opportunities with […]
After fending off competition from Foster + Partners and UN Studio, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners (RSHP) is in danger of being dropped from a new airport scheme in Taiwan. The country’s Transport Minister, Lin Chia-lung, has ordered the British practice to redesign the airport within six months. “If it fails to meet our demand, […]
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A major move shook up the world of all things Frank Lloyd Wright last week. The Frank Lloyd Wright Trust has long been planning to build a new Visitor and Education Center next to the modernist architect’s hugely-popular Oak Park, Illinois, home and studio, but the proposal to move forward was unanimously rejected by the […]
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With fall fast approaching, we’ve rounded up a selection of new architecture and design releases to cozy up with by a warm fire (or radiator) as temperatures cool down. From the frosty fjords of Nordic country houses to the desert-baked structures of Judith Chafee’s southwestern imagination, these volumes are sure to rekindle some design inspiration. […]
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Celebrating 40 years since its founding in 1979, The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Los Angeles has unearthed some of their best hits for this latest exhibition: The Foundation of the Museum: MOCA’s Collection. To be specific, the show takes place in The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, the museum’s first official building, a former […]
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The Lone Tree Pedestrian Bridge shares the name of the Colorado city it rises in and connects Lone Tree’s south and north sides. More than a bridge, Denver’s Fentress Architects imagined the anchoring structure as an instantly recognizable icon, and drew upon the city’s leaf emblem to create a distinctive 80-foot-tall, 100-ton white steel pylon. […]
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On the heels of its tenth anniversary, downtown San Francisco’s controversial Millennium Tower may soon turn things around. After it was announced in 2016 that the 645-foot-tall tower had sunk 17 inches into the ground and tilted 18 inches west, the city threatened to block access to the building until a swift and cost-efficient solution […]
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88 Essex Street New York Architect: SHoP Architects 917-881-7096 While food halls are “The Thing” developers build nowadays to lure Instagram-hungry foodies, an O.G. grocery and snack palace quietly thrived for almost 80 years on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. The city-owned Essex Street Market, home to dozens of vendors, was a delightful institution where you […]
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Britain’s new Prime Minister Boris Johnson has requested a feasibility report to determine if a bridge could be built between Northern Ireland and Scotland. Great Britain’s Channel 4 News reportedly caught wind of Johnson’s request to the Treasury and Department for Transport asking officials to look into building the link over the Irish Sea, an […]
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The L.A. River is not to Los Angeles as the Seine is to Paris, nor the Thames to London. Its 51 miles of concrete were not designed to become a uniting landmark when they were first poured in 1938, but rather as a functional safeguard against an infamous flood that devastated the city in March […]
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Located on the edge of Kawagama Lake in Ontario, Canada, the Boathouse on Kawagama Lake by Building Arts Architects is one that combines simplicity of design with smart ergonomics and a love for outdoor living. The stylish and easy-to-maintain can on the edge of the lake can be accessed only through waterways and this played […]
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A blend of the classic and the contemporary, the Cedar Lodges in Winchester, Hampshire feel modern and timeless at the same time. Designed by Adam Knibb Architects, these lovely British homes have a pod-like design on the outside when it comes to lower level while the upper space has a gable roof that gives it […]
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Eclectic is admittedly not a design style for everyone. It is a style that seems so very frivolous on the surface and yet demands and incredible amount of discipline as well. Eclectic spaces need to be as carefully nurtured as rooms with any other theme and style. In fact, there are occasions when it requires […]
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We often see old industrial and commercial buildings being turned into modern homes as part of adaptive reuse of structures. Sometimes this extends to old churches and castles being turned into contemporary buildings as well! But this salon in Bangkok goes down the opposite path as it was once a two-storey, multi-generational home that now […]
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Delightful and cost-effective, the Minka Twins House Project in the suburbs of Bardon in Brisbane is one that moves gently away from the usual urban home construct in the region. The overall design of these houses along with their interiors is inspired by the form and architectural principles of classic Japanese farmhouses. This gives the […]
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There are plenty of ways in which you can celebrate the change of seasons and everything new fall brings with it. Of course, your wardrobe is one of the first things that sees a change and once you have a bit more time, then focus turns to interior of your house. Different rooms require different […]
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Modern industrial lofts have become a popular trend in the last few years and renovating one demands as much care as it does innovation. The Poblenou Loft in El Poblenou, Barcelona designed by The Room Studio is one such beautiful and exquisite renovated loft where modernity has been carefully combined with industrial past. The moment […]
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The last few years have seen the world steadily move away from polished modern surfaces and sparkling, artificial finishes inside homes to a setting that is far more organic and natural. Finishes that imbibe natural beauty along with warmth of wood have become a bit of staple of sorts in most living rooms across the […]
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The importance of an organized entry might not be obvious until your schedule is filled with appointments, school drop-offs/pick-ups, and playdates for your little one(s). Suddenly everyone in the family is coming and going. Dropping purses, backpacks and shoes by the door just doesn’t cut it. It’s time to take on an organizational project and […]
Sometimes small spaces pack a big punch indeed. That is definitely the case with powder rooms; generally tiny spaces that make a big impact both in terms of aesthetics and ergonomics. One of the advantages of the powder room is the way in which it allows you to try out a style that is entirely […]
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Traditional Japanese design is all about harmony and being one with nature at all times. Balance is a key part of it all and with it you also have a relaxing environment where you can rest and rejuvenate with ease. The Beniya Mukayu Byakuroku designed by Kiyoshi Sey Takeyama + AMORPHE is an escape where […]
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Giving your traditional home a modern upgrade is one that demands a great deal of care. This becomes even more important when the house in question is a historical family home with a stunning brick exterior that takes you back in time. The Gatti House feels like a luxurious little castle from the past; a […]
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It is that time of the year again when we are switching from our summer décor and wardrobe to those that are more welcoming of fall and winter. Some parts of the world are starting to get wetter with each day while in other regions sunshine is giving way to colder days. Fall is well […]
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When the new fall collections roll in, it’s hard not to get excited about adding stylish decor to your home. Today we’re celebrating the power of tableware, from serving pieces that channel the shades of autumn, to barware that takes your entertaining game to the next level. Because nothing makes us want to host a […]
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The idea of a traditional home exterior that has been around for a while and an interior that is modern and functional is one that is gaining ground rapidly across the globe. Sometimes, it is the easiest way to renovate an old home with a heritage façade. On other occasions, it saves money and creates […]
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A home that has the vibe of a vacation house is one that definitely creates a more cheerful atmosphere that everyone enjoys. At the same time, you want some semblance of balance between the holiday-vibe and modern functionality that offers the best of both worlds. It is a practical choice that makes sense. And this […]
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When it comes to the kitchen, perfection is always elusive; or so it seems. The best kitchens are ones that make the most of the space on offer while creating a balance between form and functionality. Of course, at the heart of all this is the style of the kitchen – the one thing that […]
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With changing seasons, one of the things that we most look forward to is the arrival of new design and decorating trends. Much like the world around us, the moods and colors that vary and our own wardrobe, a new season should also usher in something unique and fresh in your household. This can be […]
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The Nohara Terrace is unique in more ways than one. This fabulous Brazilian terrace combines the charm of outdoor living with a sheltered space that feels relaxing. Designed by Lucas Takaoka, the terrace borrows extensively from Brazilian design and also Japanese style; bringing together the best of both worlds. The terrace itself occupies no more […]
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There are few sights like the vast expanse of the African Serengeti coming alive each morning as the sun wakes up its diverse residents. It is the stuff many a nature-lover dreams about and a holiday here is often a trip that many long for. Delivering all this and a whole lot more is the […]
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In his new book, Paul Goldberger considers the architecture behind America's favorite pastime.
Pushing the limits on the definition of practice, curators commissioned participants from fields beyond those typically represented in architectural expositions.
In this new book, Jeffry Kieffer analyzes the Salk Institute and other Kahn projects before it.
A kaiseki-ryori restaurant in Shanghai creates a dramatic dining experience with colorful LEDs.
These fittings and fixtures are designed to infuse industrial style into residential projects.
The best systems for managing indoor environments let clients personalize multiple factors at once.
Developed for Internet-era shopping, temporary spaces by Giorgio Borruso Design and Flexetail are built from an ingenious kit-of-parts solution for store design.
Carpets by the Barcelona-based company aren’t the only hand-woven offerings on the market, but they are among the most demonstrative and enduring examples of traditional hand-weaving. The eponymous founder ensures these old techniques are applied to innovative new designs.
Five American architects honored in the annual women design leadership awards.
A temporary show at Cité de l’Architecture et du Patrimoine pits modern furniture against casts of fragments from Medieval and Renaissance architecture.
Gensler’s product-development team can cherry-pick manufacturers it wants to collaborate with. These companies, in turn, gain insight into what architects really need to source. Record interviewed Gensler’s director of product development Brandon Larcom about the program.
In the Costa Rican rainforest, a house by Oliver Schütte maintains a commitment to sustainability.
Despite restored and new architecture, the outlook for the Cuban capital is grim.
A disused urban canal in Zacatecas, Mexico is transformed into an imaginative playground for neighborhood children.
Beyond an assertive facade, the first Maggie's Centre in Spain offers respite on a medical campus.
New modular construction methods may help fix the global housing crisis.
An apartment in a supertall New York skyscraper reflects the many talents of its Japanese designer.
A sleek and breezy apartment in Rio de Janeiro captures the character of its urban beach surroundings.
I've been in my new job for 3 weeks now and it has been just about every sort of descriptor you can imagine - fun, exciting, frustrating, challenging, etc. etc. and on and on. I have "worked" more hours during this time period than I have in quite a while because I essentially have three jobs at the moment.
Your college architecture projects will be silly because they are designed to make you think outside what you already know. They are also supposed to force you to evaluate your own belief system, your own understanding of how spaces work, and the things that shape your ideas.
The last several months have been a whirlwind of changes … or maybe it was really the last few weeks where all the action took place. There is big news to announce and writing a story about it is the best way that I can think to tell you about this major change in my life.
Do Architects have obsessive personalities? I tend to think so, and only partially based on my own behavior. I should throw out the caveat that I don’t think you should have to explain why you obsess over something. Isn’t that the nature of any obsession – that there is some level of irrationality associated behind it? Of course, people seem to typically feel that their logic is flawless and that they are completely justified in their behavior and if you can’t see the wisdom in their position, the fault lies with you.
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From 17 September during London Design Festival, Zaha Hadid Gallery will showcase the development process of the Zaha Hadid Design’s vase collections for Rosenthal.
Founded in 1879, Rosenthal is one of the world’s leading producers of porcelain tableware and items for…
Launching during London Design Festival, the ‘Concept to Completion’ exhibition at Zaha Hadid Gallery provides insight into projects by Zaha Hadid Architects set to open in 2020.
‘Concept to Completion’ will feature the Bee’ah Headquarters in the United Arab…
The Morpheus hotel at City of Dreams in Macau has been named finalist in the 2019 Surface Travel Awards that recognise the most thoughtfully conceived new projects at the intersection of travel and design, raising awareness of the crucial…
Team ZHA is running the Royal Parks Half Marathon for Maggie’s Centres on 13 October.
Maggie’s is a fantastic charity close to our hearts – providing free practical and emotional support for people living with cancer; championing quality architecture in their…
Straddling the new subway tunnel that diagonally divides its site, the Leeza SOHO tower rises as a single volume divided into two halves on either side of the tunnel. A central atrium – the world’s tallest – extends 194m…
Explore augmented reality in the design process with Zaha Hadid Architects, as part of Apple’s ‘Future of the City’ series. After finding inspiration in Zaha Hadid Architects’ designs, you’ll discover how to combine shapes in the Morpholio Trace app…
Located at Niederhafen on the Elbe River between St. Pauli Landungsbrücken and Baumwall in Hamburg, the upgraded 625 metre river promenade is integral to the modernisation and reinforcement of the city’s flood protection system.
In the aftermath of storm…