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An ethereal Slovenian outdoor chapel, shrine and grandstand, designed by design firm Enota, gives a suburb in Slovenia a new community hub.
By Danny Sinopoli |
2 days ago
Tags: Architecture, Cultural, Installation
Inside the installation, which Bjarke Ingels and his firm created for the 2016 Serpentine pavilion, are 10 stunning models of the Danish firm’s completed and upcoming projects around the world.
By Elizabeth Pagliacolo |
5 days ago
Tags: Canada, Installation, Residential
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A concrete road meandering through rugged terrain in central Poland forms the impetus for the architecture of a private house by KWK Promes.
By Kendra Jackson |
6 days ago
Spanish architecture firm b720 Fermín Vázquez Arquitectos designs a modern addition to Lycée Français Maternelle.
By Mark Teo |
12 days ago
Tags: Education, Institutional
Green towers are emerging around the world, adding vertical forests to dense urban environments. Envisioned for Melbourne, Toulouse and Toronto, these three upcoming buildings purify the air, create microclimates and add tree cover.
20 days ago
Tags: Architecture, Green Design
Los Angeles interdisciplinary studio Morphosis completes the Kolon One & Only Tower – a high-performance building with a striking exoskeleton – in Seoul’s Magok district.
22 days ago
The Joyce Centre, at Hamilton’s Mohawk College, is Southern Ontario’s first net-zero energy institutional building – and it aims to train students to operate the sustainable buildings of the future.
August 17, 2018
Tags: Canada, Green Design, Institutional
Into the Wild, a low-tech prefab cabin installed in North Slovakia by start-up Ark Shelter, offers immersive views of the natural world – and a hidden jacuzzi.
August 16, 2018
Tags: Green Design, prefab, Residential
While generosity takes the main stage at the Venice Architecture Biennale, old conflicts and new tensions are extending the profession’s boundaries.
By Nelda Rodger |
August 14, 2018
Tags: Architecture, Event, Venice Biennale
In earthquake-prone Chile, Teatro Regional del Biobío, a deceptively solid theatre that almost resembles a paper lantern, promises to recast its urban setting.
By Susan Nerberg |
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