Architecture

Canadian Canoe Museum a Lesson in Building with the Landscape

Canadian Canoe Museum a Lesson in Building with the Landscape

Snaking along a side of the Trent-Severn Canal in Peterborough, Ontario, the low-slung, green-roofed building by Heneghan Peng Architects, with Kearns Mancini Architects, will connect to the water.

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4 days ago

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Rural Studio Proves Attractive Affordable Housing Is Possible

Rural Studio Proves Attractive Affordable Housing Is Possible

For 10 years, students at Auburn University have been addressing the issue of social housing in an attractive and tangible way with their ongoing 20K House project.

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7 days ago

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Claesson Koivisto Rune Revitalizes a Stockholm Apartment Building

Claesson Koivisto Rune Revitalizes a Stockholm Apartment Building

The Swedish trio has used custom hardware and handmade Danish bricks in their plan to update a 1960’s residential complex.

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14 days ago

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A French Chalet with Breathtaking Views

A French Chalet with Breathtaking Views

On the hillsides of southeastern France, Chevallier Architectes builds a cozy, contemporary and eco-friendly retreat in a ski village.

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23 days ago

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Alejandro Aravena, Socially Conscious Architect, Wins the Pritzker

Alejandro Aravena, Socially Conscious Architect, Wins the Pritzker

The Chilean architect, who is also director of the 2016 Venice architecture biennale, is best known for his vibrant incremental housing projects.

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30 days ago

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The Towers We’re Watching in 2016

The Towers We’re Watching in 2016

From the world’s tallest skyscraper, in Saudi Arabia, to Hariri Pontarini’s monolithic One Bloor, in Toronto, here are the most remarkable towers set to redefine neighbourhoods and skylines.

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January 11, 2016

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Inside Peter Zumthor’s Mentor Program

Inside Peter Zumthor’s Mentor Program

Spending time with the architect and Pritzker laureate, as he nurtures new architecture talent for the Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative.

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January 6, 2016

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10 Projects We’re Watching in 2016

10 Projects We’re Watching in 2016

For the start of the new year, we’ve rounded up 10 hotly anticipated architectural masterpieces – underway or opening in the coming months – that we’re following with bated breath.

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January 4, 2016

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The 10 Best Cultural Buildings of 2015

The 10 Best Cultural Buildings of 2015

Museums, galleries and other cultural buildings seem to bring out the best in ambitious architects. Here are 10 of the best of the year, from Renzo Piano’s Whitney in New York to Patterson Associates’ Len Lye Centre in New Plymouth, New Zealand.

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December 26, 2015

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The 10 Best Buildings of 2015

The 10 Best Buildings of 2015

From Heatherwick Studio’s campus hub shaped like a stack of dim sum baskets to Herzog & deMeuron’s all-white soccer stadium in Bordeaux, it’s been a good year for every building typology. Here are our top 10 buildings of 2015.

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December 26, 2015

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