Architecture

BMW Pavilion Touches Down in Toronto’s Financial District

BMW Pavilion Touches Down in Toronto’s Financial District

The BMW Luxury Excellence Pavilion, a study on Mies van der Rohe, showcases the X7 iPerformance, the brand’s concept hybrid SUV.

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3 days ago

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Daoust Lestage Created a Sustainable Glass House Outside Montreal

Daoust Lestage Created a Sustainable Glass House Outside Montreal

Not all glass houses are created equal. This one, constructed by Daoust Lestage outside Montreal, is an energy-efficient marvel.

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7 days ago

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Snøhetta’s Creative Hub for the University of Bergen

Snøhetta’s Creative Hub for the University of Bergen

University spaces are not easy to build well, which is why Snøhetta’s work with the University of Bergen in Norway is especially impressive.

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10 days ago

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Jeanne Gang Wants to Connect People to Nature – and Each Other

Jeanne Gang Wants to Connect People to Nature – and Each Other

Studio Gang founding principal Jeanne Gang shares ideas on how to build a livable city.

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12 days ago

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Oxygen Park is a Green Lung in the Doha Desert

Oxygen Park is a Green Lung in the Doha Desert

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.

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13 days ago

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Meet House 2, a Gathering Space Built Under a Zurich Viaduct

Meet House 2, a Gathering Space Built Under a Zurich Viaduct

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…

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21 days ago

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A Closer Look at Studio Libeskind’s National Holocaust Monument in Ottawa

A Closer Look at Studio Libeskind’s National Holocaust Monument in Ottawa

Libeskind collaborated with Lord Cultural Resources, Edward Burtynsky, Claude Cormier and Doris Bergen to create Canada’s first National Holocaust Monument.

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24 days ago

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This Isn’t a Spaceship — It’s Nendo’s Vibrant CoFuFun Plaza

This Isn’t a Spaceship — It’s Nendo’s Vibrant CoFuFun Plaza

Nendo’s CoFuFun Plaza in Japan’s Nara prefecture turns an ignored plot of land into a parkette of earthly delights.

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25 days ago

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Female Perspectives on Design, and What We Lose Without It

Female Perspectives on Design, and What We Lose Without It

We asked 10 leading practitioners what society has missed out on due to women not having equality in the architectural profession.

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28 days ago

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True North in Detroit Uses Iconic Military Structures for Live-Work Spaces

True North in Detroit Uses Iconic Military Structures for Live-Work Spaces

True North in Detroit uses a neglected form of military architecture to inspire a new vision of urban living.

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28 days ago

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