Master the tools of the trade with this guide to drawing hardware and software.
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Master the tools of the trade with this guide to drawing hardware and software.
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Architects are invited to showcase their projects for a chance to win a grand prize and receive major coverage on Architizer.
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AEC firms will need to strike a delicate balance between sustainability and economical design.
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The One Drawing Challenge is finally open for entries, and the excitement is building — who will take home the prizes of $2,500 and an iPad Pro? And who will secure a place among the 100 finalists and get themselves featured in the inaugural One Drawing eBook? Only time will tell — to put yourself…
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Here's what a net zero world might look like in 2050.
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Light settings are tricky and can take a long time to perfect.
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Architects are elevating objects of rather prosaic functions to the level of superb design work.
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Whether they are designed as discrete, quiet retreats or bold, dramatic statements, these residences capitalize on picturesque settings and expansive open spaces.
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Don't miss out on the perfect opportunity to put your amazing projects to work for you beyond your end-of-year review.
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These architectural drawings bring together the hand and the mind.
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Tom Kundig proves that sketching is alive and well in architecture.
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These semi-permeable systems are designed to meet the needs of a changing world.
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Our efforts to communicate through drawings can fall short if mistakes are made in the creation process.
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Women currently comprise 9% of the construction industry. It's time for that to change.
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Carney Logan Burke Architects (CLB) has dropped an all-in-one performance venue, sculpture, and gathering space for the public in front of the Center for the Arts in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The austere Town Enclosure, installed on June 27, 2018, was designed to have a minimalist footprint and will be repurposed for installation elsewhere (to be […]
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Architects and developers building across much of Seattle will soon have to meet the city’s new Mandatory Housing Affordability (MHA) requirements, a set of rules passed with a spate of recent comprehensive zoning changes designed to ensure that “new commercial and multifamily residential development contributes [new] affordable housing.” The MHA regulations were approved this spring […]
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The Harvard Center for Green Buildings and Cities (CGBC) at the Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD) has completed the conversion of its 1920s-built home into a live-in living lab that offers a perpetual post-occupancy evaluation. Designed by Snøhetta and energy engineers Skanska Teknikk Norway, HouseZero, as the building is now known, requires zero energy […]
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Entry into Virgil Abloh’s mid-career retrospective, “Figures of Speech,” at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago begins with a calculated provocation: tourist or purist? According to the catalog foreword written by the exhibition’s curator, Michael Darling, the dichotomy signifies the artist’s split personality— connoisseur and aspirant—and serves as a welcome mat for all audiences […]
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Brought to you with support from On a beach in northern China, light cannons emerge from the tops of a dune, hinting at a structure buried beneath the sand like a lost Courbusian villa. But the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art Dune Museum (UCCA Dune) is neither lost nor buried, but carved into the sands […]
Brought to you with support from Opened in April 2019, Rockwell Group and Diller Scofidio + Renfro’s (DS+R) The Shed is an eight-level, 200,000-square-foot art center located on the southern, 30th Street flank of Hudson Yards. The project has received acclaim for its operable features, notably its gliding ETFE-clad shell and multi-ton doors. Facade […]
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Delivering nearly seamless sight lines, these expansive exterior doors open to expose floor-to-ceiling views. Architect Series Scenescape Pella Aptly dubbed Scenescape, this collection of wall-height patio doors offers expansive views—whether closed, ajar, or open—to the outside. Newly redesigned, key features include thermally broken frames, new design finishes, and structural improvements. CrossTrak Wausau Window and Wall […]
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The New York State legistlature has passed a wide-sweeping climate mobilization bill, that, if signed by Governor Cuomo as expected, would mandate that New York State go totally carbon-neutral by 2050. Senate Bill S6599, or the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (CCPA), has been kicking around the legislature in one form or another for […]
At the Valerie C. Woodard Center, a community resource center in Charlotte, North Carolina, a new pavilion seems to rise right out of the earth. Called Pillars of Dreams, the continuous 26-foot-tall cloud-like structure is the creation of MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY, which is known for its complex, computationally-designed structures made of interlocking linear panels […]
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Expensify is an expense management software company, so it’s fitting that its newest office in Portland, Oregon, is set inside one of the city’s historic bank buildings. Located on the corner of Southwest 5th Avenue and Stark Street, the 103-year-old First National Bank, or the “marble temple,” does not look like the home of an […]
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The 2028 Summer Olympics (L.A. 2028), officially known as the Games of the XXXIV Olympiad, are coming to the Los Angeles region in just nine years. The event will make Los Angeles only the third city in the world, behind Paris and London, to ever host the games three times, and could potentially cement the […]
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Jean Georges‘s latest venture The Fulton was designed by top New York design duo Yabu Pushelberg to evoke the history of the city’s seaport. Located at Pier 17, the new restaurant is adorned in hand-painted murals by En Viu that illustrate a whimsical undersea journey. This theme is carried through a refined use of plush […]
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The Massachusetts Institute of Technology Libraries received a gift of 600 photographs by Felice Frankel, the renowned artist and scientist. Currently a researcher in the university’s Department of Chemical Engineering, Frankel has published her stunning photographs widely, and her early images of iconic architecture and landscapes are now at home in “Dome,” the library’s digital […]
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Seven influential leaders, experts, and practitioners have been selected for the inaugural class of Knight Public Spaces Fellows. Launched this year by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, a non-profit committed to fostering community in service of democratic ideals, the program will grant each individual $150,000 to put towards building effective public space […]
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The phrase “bring a project to life” is thrown around casually by creative types of all creeds, from industrial designers to conceptual painters—people whose daily lives involve intense engagement with communication tools that allow the ideas in their heads to exist in the physical world. Emerging technologies from 3D software to VR goggles have revolutionized […]
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Artist Simon Denny is digging into data as a landscape, unearthing the possibilities of extracting material both physical and informational in Mine, a show at the Australian museum Mona. The show has found itself a fitting setting at Tasmania’s iconoclastic museum, the privately-run brainchild of entrepreneur David Walsh, that is itself a winding maze of […]
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The New York–based artists Eva and Franco Mattes have a practice that focuses exclusively on the effect that the internet has on our daily life. They claim to devote “their waking hours almost exclusively to exploring this platform —its possibilities, pitfalls, and implications for the creation and dissemination of content and data.” In their current […]
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A “glass palace” once again, Quebec City’s former Pavillon du Commerce—first erected in 1923—returns to its former glory as the Canadian city’s new public food market. The locale once hosted agricultural fairs intended to educated and promote the best farming practices. It will now help support the region’s thriving agro-food sector and foster a growing […]
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Human-driven climate change is threatening the coastal areas that nearly half of the world calls home with rising sea levels and increasingly severe storms. While dams, barriers, dredging, and artificial reefs are sometimes used to address these “forces of nature,” these strategies come with their own drawbacks and, in some cases, significant environmental and ecological […]
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Junya Ishigami’s sinuous stone 2019 Serpentine Pavilion is now complete and will open to the public this Friday, June 21, on the grounds of the Serpentine Gallery in east London. Ishigami worked closely with AECOM to design a lightweight, open-ended structure that floats a canopy of slate tiles above an occupiable void. Ishigami, the fourth […]
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52 square meters of space might not seem like much when you are planning for your perfect home. But this gorgeous apartment in Lodz, Poland makes most of the limited room on offer as it adds to the existing room with a smart mezzanine floor. As you enter the apartment designed by 3XEL Architekci, you […]
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A guest house that has a distinctly contemporary character and yet seamlessly integrates both with the main house that is more traditional and a lush green garden, the Paddock Brow Guesthouse does it all! Designed by Blee Halligan Architects for a homeowner who traveled a lot before finally coming back to his roots in UK, […]
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The idyllic setting on the edge of village of Lancashire is where one finds the gorgeous Zinc House designed by Proctor & Shaw. Combining the metallic beauty of standing seam zinc finishes with handmade brick and glass, this is a British home that feels contemporary and classic at the same time. It is easy to […]
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There are few décor pices in the bedroom that make an impact as the bed itself. It is the protagonist around which the rest of the room revolves. It sets the style, theme and at times even the color scheme of the bedroom. Of course, one part of the bed that you can easily create […]
Just outside the Norwegian capital of Oslo is Malmøya; a gorgeous island that is surrounded by other small islets and full of greenery. It is the biggest island of the Oslo Fjord and its sandy beaches coupled with rough edges makes it a perfect spot of beautiful holiday homes and cottages. Cabin Harr is one […]
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A Victorian’s Workers Cottage in the suburb of North Fitzroy, Melbourne, the Casa de Gatos designed by WOWOWA Architects is a gorgeously altered residence that has a style and aura of its own. Despite its limited size and special style requirements, the interior of this altered Aussie house feels modern and vibrant at every turn. […]
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Succulent gardens range from large planters filled with selections such as echeveria, to an area of the yard that showcases your favorite succulent varieties. In fact, there are so many different varieties to browse, the possibilities seem endless. Their thick, shiny, water-filled leaves give them an almost unreal appearance, making them popular with design lovers […]
The Lake Austin Residence is one that you would instantly fall in love with thanks to an exterior and interior that feel cheerful, modern and engaging. Designed by a parallel architecture, this contemporary home on the edge of the lake extends into the beautiful landscape outside with a series of decks and patios. A large […]
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Wine houses and storage spaces bring a certain amount of timeless charm along with them and take you back to some of the more pleasant memories of your life. A trip through win country can be rejuvenating in more ways than one. But this gorgeous Wine House in Mexico designed by Taller de Arquitectura Emocional […]
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As we start to work from home more and more, we are starting to value the idea of an organized desk more and more. This is where the best DIY desk organizer ideas come in pretty handy. The best and smartest desk organizers are ones that ensure that you have absolutely nothing to worry about […]
There are homes we admire for the transformation that they have undergone and then there are houses where it is the view that we admire! The Trewarren House in Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is one that falls in the latter category with a spectacular view of the estuary and the distant sea from its sweeping […]
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One of the main reasons for renovating old homes is their inability to serve a more modern lifestyle along with jaded, poorly planned additions over the years that make them dreary. The case of Yeronga House designed by Tim Bennetton Architects is no different with its previous avatar seeing a frequently flooded rear yard and […]
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Some of the most annoying things in life can be things that seem trivial in the grander scheme of things. A home that is often infested with ants is definitely one of those. Once ants settle in, it seems almost impossible to remove them entirely and using modern chemicals to rid your home of ants […]
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For those who live away from the bright city lights and its busy life, getting into the mix of things once in a while is really nice. Built as a secondary home for a modern family of five, the Challis Avenue Apartment sits in Potts Point – a suburb of Sydney that is renowned for […]
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There are plenty of DIY projects that help you with improving the style of your garden and in creating a more curated landscape around your residence. But there are times when you find mere aesthetics taking a backseat to ergonomics. When it comes to the idea of DIY hot tubs, it is not just functionality […]
The great thing about revamping old homes with a touch of timeless charm and a heritage façade is the remarkable blend of the old and the new that you get in here. Piano Nobile designed by Plus Architecture in Dublin is no different with its unique red brick exterior that initially attracted the homeowners. The […]
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A summer house that is modern, compact and nestled in the heart of nature, the Summerhouse at Söderöra is a perfect example of how you can escape your mundane life while still enjoying its many comforts. Designed by Tham & Videgård Arkitekter, this cabin in the woods of sorts nestles away from the constant rush […]
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Decorating a console table in an entryway can be a truly fun design endeavor, especially if you let your creativity take hold. While you may be tempted to agonize over the details, don’t feel pressure to make everything perfect. Keep the following two simple rules in mind. First, choose decor that truly works for your […]
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Nothing gives an instant face-lift to your garden or backyard like a gorgeous pond at its heart. The best DIY ponds are ones you can create with relative ease and do not cost you fortune. Cheap DIY ponds are not too hard to find and they take far less time to create than you would […]
In the heart of Memphis, Allison&Graham Houses make a big visual impact thanks to their unique design that combines the vernacular with the modern in a seamless fashion. Designed by Archimania, the lower half of these beautiful modern residences was crafted using concrete and dark wooden panels while the top half shouts out ‘Memphis-style’ with […]
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The expansion will be located adjacent to Wright’s famed home and studio in Oak Park, to the west of Chicago.
Predictive cost data is closing the gap between the design phase and the building phase, making cost estimates more realistic and improving relationships between architects and project owners.
The architect spoke with RECORD about the 230,000-square-foot Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education, and Innovation, which adds space for exhibitions and education.
Born in Scotland and raised in Ghana, Lokko leaves the Graduate School of Architecture at the University of Johannesburg to become dean of the Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture at the City College of New York.
The 20th anniversary of the awards program honors Thomas Phifer, IwamotoScott, and SCAPE Landscape Architecture, among others, for their excellence in design.
SHoP's Innovation Lab for the Benchmark School addresses academic challenges through architectural thinking.
A tight site on a frenetic corner in Mexico City is transformed into a contemplative refuge.
The Spur has just opened on the south edge of Hudson Yards.
Three architects will compete to reimagine the landmark and research site.
A scheme by Sasaki aims to transform the plaza into a “welcoming front yard for civic life.”
A vineyard in the Chinese countryside both incorporates tradition and defies it.
A firm designs a flexible prototype of a self-sufficient farming system, incorporating hydroponics, aquaponics, and animal husbandry.
In South Korea, a hilltop chapel's geometric forms draw on the history of sacred buildings.
Those attending the 2019 AIA Conference on Architecture would be wise to budget a few extra minutes between sessions to catch a movie.
A New York architect recalls an extraordinary birthday 45 years ago, when, as a young student, he met a constellation of Modernism's stars, all in a single day.
RECORD rounds up half a dozen new books exploring the Bauhaus from different angles.
A serene, meditative sanctuary beckons to young people on the campus of a private Catholic high school in California.
Stanley Tigerman, the revered and irreverent unofficial chief of Chicago architects, died June 3, 2019, at 88.
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.
“Your first architectural job is important.” I’m not talking about summer jobs or internships … those don’t really count because they have a known shelf-life associated with them. I’m talking about the first job a person takes once they’ve graduated from college – the job that signals the beginning of their professional career.
The Life of an Architect Podcast is going to hit the road and attend the 2019 AIA National Convention in Las Vegas. As an Architect, I have to say that I am not the biggest fan of Las Vegas. I am not a prude and the seemingly endless amount of vices available to visitors does not offend me - I just don't indulge in many of the things that make Las Vegas a fun place to visit.
However, it doesn't mean we aren't going to have a party.
Today we are talking about Architectural Bucket lists. Everyone knows what a bucket list is – things you want to do or achieve in your life. For an architect, this could be visiting Therme Vals in Switzerland by Peter Zumthor, or if this was prior to 1969, maybe it would be smoking cigars with Mies van der Rohe.
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Items that an architect would put on their Architectural Bucket list could cover a lot of ground, but that’s what we are going to be talking about today. Preparing for this show was actually agony for me because I tend to not identify with favorites. There is an ebb and flow to my interests and while I might really like something today, chances are better than good that I will replace this current object of my fascination with something else before too long.
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...
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), cancer is one of the leading causes of death worldwide. However, understanding the causes of this deadly disease, as well as the ways in which it can...
A proper diet for vegetarians, containing all kinds of plants and dairy products, can provide the body with the most important nutrients. They usually need vitamins, minerals, fat, protein and carbohydrates. With a corresponding...
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How to grill chicken meat? How to buy chicken? How to store it and marinade it? We shall give you the answers of all these questions and the rules you need to know for the...
Why house beds for kids gain so much popularity? There are many ways to arrange a practical and functional nursery room. However, parents often forget that it should be child-friendly as well. Yes, it can...
What is a Montessori bedroom and how to arrange it? What is important to know? What are the main principles and rules that parents need to follow when they want to create the ideal environment...
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Have you ever wondered why many people become vegetarians and choose this type of diet? For some of us, vegetarian food is a way to live healthier or avoid hormones used in animal products....
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Is the new type of heated tobacco cigarettes as bad for your health as traditional cigarettes? According to some studies, the new tobacco products also cause some damage to lung cells. Smokeless, heated tobacco...
We have selected some really cute nail art ideas for young ladies and will give you some practical tips and instructions. There are many pros and cons as well as important considerations that Moms need...
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Lipstick is one of the main elements of every woman’s makeup. It completes your appearance. You can emphasize either your eye makeup or accent on your lips. Lipstick will make passers-by pay attention to you,...
The summer season is coming closer and probably leads to an almost unbearable heat wave. But that also has a positive side. One of the most beautiful moments of summer is the freshness that...
Grilled meat is delicious and one of the most loved food for summer picnics. It is quite simple to prepare incredibly tasty dishes. We have selected some grilled chicken skewers recipes and will give you...
When you want to strengthen and detoxify your liver, an unhealthy diet is not an option because it puts a strain on many important organs. The biggest damage on the organism is caused by...
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How to pack without wrinkles? To pack a suitcase properly so that nothing in it is wrinkled or broken is science! All of us have been unpleasantly surprised when gathering garments for a business trip...
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Celtic tattoos impress with beautiful endless lines bearing the deep meaning of the ancient tribes. We selected some of the most popular images and will explain their meaning. The selection of photos will help you...
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Beach wedding ideas are so great! Sun, wind, sea salt … If you are planning a wedding on the beach, you will find some useful tips and ideas for dress, hairstyle, makeup, decoration, etc. The...
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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…
Wangjing SOHO in Beijing has become the world’s first commercial development to fully integrate fifth-generation (5G) internet connectivity throughout its operations.
Employing 3D Building Information Modelling (BIM) in its design, construction and operational management to reduce energy…
Zed Hot Chili Peppers—Zaha Hadid Architects’ team band—plays at Nambucca in London this Wednesday 19 June, Doors open 7pm, on-stage from 8pm.
Inspired by—you guessed it—the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Zed Hot Chili Peppers hail from different musical experiences…
Morpheus at City Of Dreams in Macau has been awarded the Prix Versailles 2019 for Central and Northeast Asia n the Hotels category.
The Prix Versailles celebrates inspiration, progress and inclusion with its mission to transform architecture and design…
Opening today, works by Zaha Hadid Design for Citco are exhibited at Design Miami/ Basel including; the Malea coffee table, Volta bench, Tela shelving and the Pelago coffee table
Pelago (pictured) references rock formations carved and smoothed by the sea.…
Zaha Hadid Design’s ‘Icone’ series reinterpretation of Louis Vuitton’s classic Bucket bag will be exhibited within the new ‘Louis Vuitton X’ exhibition in Los Angeles showcasing more than 180 works from LV’s archive.
‘Louis Vuitton X’ will present heritage…
Zaha Hadid Design will present their collections in Australia for the first time at DENFAIR Melbourne 2019.
With each new collection, Zaha Hadid Design continues Hadid’s inventive methodology and process; sharing Zaha Hadid’s story and its significance within the…
An intricate paper model of the Morpheus Hotel exoskeleton is within the ‘Paper Castles’ exhibition at the V&A for the London Festival of Architecture.
‘Paper Castles’ within the V&A’s Architecture Gallery imagines alternative future architecture floating above the past. Fifteen…
Zaha Hadid Virtual Reality research group (ZHVR) is working to shape immersive virtual reality (VR) technology for architecture including real-time modelling with a focus on the application of VR as a design tool and researching the potential of specific…
The ‘Architect’s Furniture, 1960-2020’ exhibition at the Cité de l’architecture & du patrimoine in Paris, explores how architects fit into the decorative arts with the design of furniture, objects and lighting.
The exhibition includes almost 300 works by more…
Along with 16 other UK winners of the RIBA Stirling Prize, Zaha Hadid Architects has signed an open letter declaring a climate and biodiversity emergency, making a commitment to positive action in response and inviting all UK architectural practices…
The core and shell development of Leeza SOHO, Beijing has been awarded LEED Gold certification.
Established by the U.S. Green Building Council, LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is the most widely used green building rating system in…
Incorporating sustainability and technology working together to drive positive change, Bee’ah’s new headquarters in Sharjah, UAE sets benchmarks in sustainable engineering, targeting LEED Platinum certification with minimal energy & water usage and an ultra-low carbon footprint. It will also…
Morpheus Hotel has been named ‘Best Hotel Architecture’ and ‘Best New Hotel Construction & Design’ in Macau at Asia Pacific Property Awards 2019.
The Asia Pacific Property Awards are part of the International Property Awards, established in 1994 to…