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Kim Herforth Nielsen, founder and creative director of Copenhagen’s 3XN, discusses his firm’s philosophy, expansion plans and the concept of janteloven.
By David Sokol |
March 7, 2018
Casa Piedrabuena raises the question: why aren’t more projects like this narrow Spanish infill house?
By Elizabeth Pagliacolo |
March 2, 2018
Tags: Architecture, Residential
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Just announced: Multi-award winning U.K. architect Alison Brooks will speak at Architect@Work, an international convention being held for the second year in Toronto this April.
By Catherine Osborne |
March 1, 2018
In Melbourne, Cirqua Apartments’ defining row of oculi has its roots in the Ivanhoe’s arts and crafts history.
By Christine Phillips |
February 28, 2018
In west Vancouver, architects Mcleod Bovell Modern Houses provide lessons on how to incorporate the scenery of the region.
By Fiona Morrow |
February 26, 2018
Tags: Architecture, Canada, Residential
The Edmonton Funicular, designed by Dialog, offers sweeping views of the North Saskatchewan River Valley – and connects the city with its nearby green spaces.
By Mark Teo |
February 22, 2018
Tags: Canada, Landscape, Urbanism
Elitism claims aside, the Zeitz MOCAA, in Cape Town, is a milestone for both African art and industrial redevelopment.
By Matthew Krouse |
February 20, 2018
Tags: Architecture, Art
Former Herzog & de Meuron architects Julia Jamrozik and Coryn Kempster added unique character to this Net Zero house in Ontario with a sawtooth roofline and vibrant pops of colour.
By Erin Donnelly |
February 15, 2018
Tags: Architecture, Green Design, Residential
This Dieter Dietz vineyard restoration pairs an existing building, dating back to the 19th Century, with a contemporary home in rural Chigny, Switzerland.
In northern Denmark, a standard municipal swimming pool is reimagined as a nature lover’s playground.
By Danny Sinopoli |
February 14, 2018
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