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Nendo’s CoFuFun Plaza in Japan’s Nara prefecture turns an ignored plot of land into a parkette of earthly delights.
By Kimberlie Birks |
September 28, 2017
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 |
September 25, 2017
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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
The Moriyama RAIC Prize, one of the world’s biggest architecture awards, recognizes Tokyo firm Tezuka Architects’ innovative circular school.
By Danny Sinopoli |
September 20, 2017
Tags: Architecture, Competition
Schuler Shook turns Chicago’s Riverwalk into a 24/7 destination thanks to its theatrical illumination.
By David Dick-Agnew |
Tags: Lighting, Urbanism
The Chicago Architecture Biennial 2017 has opened its doors. Here’s what to check out.
By Catherine Osborne |
September 15, 2017
Tags: Event, Exhibition
The Chicago Architecture Biennial, which opens September 16, is angling to become North America’s more significant architectural expo. Here are the events we’ll be covering.
September 5, 2017
Tags: Cultural, Exhibition
A boathouse in Ontario, erected by Winnipeg’s Cibinel Architecture, is minimalist, user-friendly and surprisingly cozy.
August 31, 2017
Tags: Architecture, Residential
This concrete pavilion in Brazil, designed by Nommo Arquitetos, offers a place for a large extended family to gather, cook and eat.
By Kendra Jackson |
August 28, 2017
A house in Slovenia, by Dekleva Gregorič, brings the old-world charm of the hearth to a modern kitchen.
By Ellen Himelfarb |
August 21, 2017
Tags: Architecture, Cultural, Kitchens
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