Architecture

Traditional Forms Inspired This Modern House in Slovenia

Traditional Forms Inspired This Modern House in Slovenia

A house in Slovenia, by Dekleva Gregorič, brings the old-world charm of the hearth to a modern kitchen. In a rural community near Slovenia’s capital, Ljubljana, where inland Europe descends toward…

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Is This the End of Starchitecture?

Is This the End of Starchitecture?

Since Bilbao, cultural mega-projects have spurred on development like never before. But the formula is also creating cities that are segregated and economically polarized. Is this the end of starchitecture? Nicholas Hune-Brown weighs in.

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A Zeppelin-like Structure by Hut Arkitektury Lands Atop an Arts Centre in Prague

A Zeppelin-like Structure by Hut Arkitektury Lands Atop an Arts Centre in Prague

For a minimalist arts centre in Prague, local firm Hut Arkitektury suspends a wood-slat addition that nods to aircrafts from the past. On the west side of the DOX Centre for Contemporary…

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An Observatory and Insect Museum Lend Buzz to a Park Near Paris

An Observatory and Insect Museum Lend Buzz to a Park Near Paris

For a new Paris-area park’s observatory and insect museum, the architecture firms AWP and HHF take their cues from its riverside setting.

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Batay-Csorba Architects Creates Interactive Facades that Invite Engagement

Batay-Csorba Architects Creates Interactive Facades that Invite Engagement

Toronto firm Batay-Csorba Architects blurs the line between public and private spaces with interactive facades that warrant a second look from passers-by.

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12 days ago

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Community Centre in China Brings Private Neighbourhoods Together

Community Centre in China Brings Private Neighbourhoods Together

With this community centre in China, Scenic Architecture Office has devised a serene public amenity whose architecture and programming encourages openness and interaction in a district dominated by private neighbourhoods.

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With The Six, L.A.’s Brooks + Scarpa Develops a Compassionate Playbook for Social Housing

With The Six, L.A.’s Brooks + Scarpa Develops a Compassionate Playbook for Social Housing

A multi-unit residence in L.A. gives homeless and disabled veterans a place to lay their heads.

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A Stunning Use of Solar Panels Takes Sustainable Design to the Next Level

A Stunning Use of Solar Panels Takes Sustainable Design to the Next Level

The Copenhagen International School’s Nordhavn campus proves that saving energy through solar power is nothing short of beautiful.

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A New Exit for the Paris Catacombs by Yoonseux Architects

A New Exit for the Paris Catacombs by Yoonseux Architects

A new exit for the Paris Catacombs, designed by local firm Yoonseux Architects, uses a softly lit outdoor enclosure to ease the transition from the dark tunnels to the city streets.

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24 days ago

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5 Stunning Summer Getaways

5 Stunning Summer Getaways

For urbanites dreaming of a summer getaway, we’ve rounded up five little cabins – including designs by JacobsChang, Wee Studio, and Jon Danielsen Aarhus – that make for simple retreats from city life.

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