Kengo Kuma & Associates and Ingarden & Ewý Architects Merge Cinematography and Architecture for the CAMERIMAGE Film Festival Competition © MIR Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or As part of the Architectural Competition For European Film Center CAMERIMAGE Building, Kengo Kuma & Associates proposed a new iconic […]

Bennington Farmhouse / POST Structure © Riley Snelling + 35 Proportion Proportion Fb Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or © Riley Snelling Textual content description equipped by means of the architects. Mins from Toronto’s scenic Beltline Path (an deserted educate direction from the Nineties) sits a modern farmhouse within the […]

Amazon Internet Products and services has printed a instruction manual for the usage of structure resolution data (ADRs). They counsel a job to undertake and assessment ADRs in tool engineering groups. The method ends up in a selection of licensed, rejected, or outdated ADRs in a choice log. AWS proposed […]

On 11th of September, 2021, Alejandro Zaera-Polo uploaded the primary installment of a seven-part video collection, titled “A Gonzo Ethnography of Educational Authority.” Over the process just about 5 hours, Zaera-Polo speaks to the digicam, navigating audience via myriad paperwork, screenshots, and pictures, all sourced from a 856-page report he […]

Frida escobedo’s studio within the hip neighbourhood of Juárez, Mexico Town, is also modest, however her ambitions don’t seem to be. In 2018 she changed into the youngest architect commissioned to construct the Serpentine Pavilion, a brief construction erected each and every 12 months in Kensington Gardens in London. In […]

Is There a Future for Open Source Architecture? Courtesy of ELEMENTAL Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or In 2016, Pritzker Prize winner Alejandro Aravena announced that his firm, ELEMENTAL, had released the rights to four of their social housing projects, and all documents would be uploaded to […]

Unnamed House / Associates Architecture + Ohla Studio © Maria Pacheco + 30 Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or Area Area of this architecture project Area :  240 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2021 Photographs Manufacturers Brands with products used in this […]

A new 3,000-capacity venue at east London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park has opened to host ABBA’s virtual comeback tour. The mass timber temporary ABBA Arena is designed by STUFISH Entertainment Architects and is purpose-built for the concerts, where virtual avatars of the band will play their songs for the first […]

110 Housing Units / CoBe Architecture & Paysage © Cédric Colin + 26 Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or © Cédric Colin Text description provided by the architects. With a plot located between the river and a football field, in a wide-open environment, the MG3 lot of […]

The 2022 London Festival of Architecture is back with its usual summer slot to entice us to find out more about and get involved with our built environment. Kicking off today (1 June) and lasting for the duration of June, the capital’s regular architectural extravaganza persevered in digital and hybrid forms through a […]

Aga Khan Award for Architecture 2022 Selects 20 Shortlisted Projects from 16 Countries Rehabilitation of the Manama Post Office by Studio Anne Holtrop. Image © Aga Khan Trust for Culture / Maxime Delvaux Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or The Aga Khan Award for Architecture (AKAA) has […]

The 15th-century Chhode monastery is tucked into a side valley of remote Mustang, a district in northern Nepal. Outside, some scruffy sheep search for greenery among the cold and barren moonscape flanked by sheer white Himalayas as inhabitants spin embossed prayer wheels. The monastery, with walls formed of clay and […]

62M Apartments / 5468796 Architecture © James Brittain + 38 Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or © James Brittain Text description provided by the architects. 62M is a residential development located at the edge of downtown Winnipeg and the Red River. Unofficially dubbed the “flying saucer” or […]

‘Remarkable Hospital Architecture’ would be a slim volume with the UK only a small mention. Many British hospitals are drab, dreadful and massive, inhuman in scale and orientation, spirit-crushing for patients and staff alike. Of course, there are honourable exceptions, but cost constraints, logistics of overuse and underfunding, and the sterile […]