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The BMW Luxury Excellence Pavilion, a study on Mies van der Rohe, showcases the X7 iPerformance, the brand’s concept hybrid SUV.
By Nelda Rodger |
3 days ago
Tags: Car design, Event, Transportation
Not all glass houses are created equal. This one, constructed by Daoust Lestage outside Montreal, is an energy-efficient marvel.
By David Theodore |
7 days ago
Tags: Architecture, Green Design, Residential
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University spaces are not easy to build well, which is why Snøhetta’s work with the University of Bergen in Norway is especially impressive.
By Mark Teo |
10 days ago
Tags: Architecture, University
Studio Gang founding principal Jeanne Gang shares ideas on how to build a livable city.
By Katya Tylevich |
12 days ago
Tags: Personalities, Q&A
As the capital of Qatar, Doha isn’t lacking in gorgeous architecture, and its global reputation for extreme building continues to grow with Oxygen Park.
13 days ago
Tags: Architecture, Green Design, Urbanism
House 2, an architectural installation in Zurich, involves hundreds of students in its creation and fosters a dialogue with and about the city. Houston turned two parking lots into a…
By Terence Dick |
21 days ago
Tags: Architecture, Urbanism
Libeskind collaborated with Lord Cultural Resources, Edward Burtynsky, Claude Cormier and Doris Bergen to create Canada’s first National Holocaust Monument.
24 days ago
Tags: Architecture, Canada
Nendo’s CoFuFun Plaza in Japan’s Nara prefecture turns an ignored plot of land into a parkette of earthly delights.
By Kimberlie Birks |
25 days ago
Tags: Architecture, Landscape
We asked 10 leading practitioners what society has missed out on due to women not having equality in the architectural profession.
By Azure |
28 days ago
True North in Detroit uses a neglected form of military architecture to inspire a new vision of urban living.
By John Lorinc |
Tags: Architecture, Residential, Urbanism
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