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BIV Punakaiki is a mass timber cabin set in a native forest in New Zealand

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Fabric Architecture The post BIV Punakaiki is a mass timber cabin set in a native forest in New Zealand appeared first on Åvontuura. architecture cabins cabin Fabric Architecture New Zealand Punakaiki Stephen Goodenough

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What if? Part Deux

SW Oregon Architect

EWEB Headquarters viewed from Alton Baker Park across the Willamette River. To my surprise, this blog’s two most recent entries on the matter of a new city hall for Eugene prompted as much feedback as any that I’ve written during the past year.

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Jardins de la Gradelle Apartments / LRS Architectes

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© LRS architectes architects: LRS Architectes Location: Chem. de la Tulette 2/4, 1223 Cologny, Switzerland Project Year: 2020 Photographs: LRS architectes Area: 17000.0 m2 Read more » Residential Architecture Housing Apartments

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Montgomery Sisam design net-zero timber research center for University of Toronto

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Toronto -based Montgomery Sisam Architects has unveiled their design for the overhaul of the University of Toronto’s Koffler Scientific Reserve.

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The Ultimate Free Guide to Construction Project Management Software

Spreadsheets and in-house tools can no longer manage the sophistication and the demand for data of modern construction. Our free buyer’s guide will help you identify what construction software you need and the key features you should be looking for.

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A multimedia exhibit in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, reveals more details about NEOM’s linear city

The Architect's Newsletter

The Line Experience Diriyah Biennale Foundation 7120 Muhammad Ibn Rashid Al Uraini Al Diriyah Al Jadidah, 2598 Riyadh 13732 Saudi Arabia Open through April 29 By now we’ve all seen [.] Read More.

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Log In to Log Off

Landscape Architecture Magazine

New digital tools help overtaxed early childhood educators envision nature-based play spaces. By Timothy A. Schuler Muntazar Monsur designed virtual walk-throughs to allow educators to access high-performing outdoor environments. Courtesy Muntazar Monsur.

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Tottori Takahama Café / Kengo Kuma & Associates

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© Kawasumi-Kobayashi Kenji Photograph Office architects: Kengo Kuma & Associates Location: 2164 Fukubechō Yuyama, Tottori, 689-0105, Japan Project Year: 2022 Photographs: Kawasumi-Kobayashi Kenji Photograph Office Area: 199.0

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Architecture and interiors celebrated at the 2022 International Design Awards

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The winners have been announced for the 2022 International Design Awards (IDA). Founded in 2007, the annual program seeks to “recognize, celebrate, and promote exceptional design visionaries” in the fields of architecture, interiors, graphics, fashion, and product design.

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Anish Kapoor’s long-awaited bean sculpture wedged beneath Herzog & de Meuron’s 56 Leonard is now complete

The Architect's Newsletter

Denizens of Tribeca celebrated today, as Anish Kapoor’s much-anticipated bean sculpture for New York has finally been finished. The long-awaited sculpture is no longer shrouded by construction barriers and fencing [.] Read More.

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Sustainable Architecture: Design Green with the Client in Mind

Speaker: Pedro Clarke – Principal Architect at A+ Architecture, In Loco Program Director

In this webinar, we will hear from Pedro Clarke, a principal architect and thought leader in sustainable architecture, about designing and building more sustainable buildings and how to engage clients in learning sustainable processes.

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Escape to this woodland retreat in East Sussex by Michael Kendrick Architects

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Looking Glass Lodge is a unique woodland retreat set within a natural clearing in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The post Escape to this woodland retreat in East Sussex by Michael Kendrick Architects appeared first on Åvontuura.

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Istanbul may have the worst traffic congestion in the world

Brandon Donnelly

I just learned about the TomTom Traffic Index today. It covers 404 cities across 58 countries, and uses anonymized traffic data from more than 600 million drivers (people who use TomTom’s tech) to come up with a list of the cities with the worst traffic congestion.

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Should Architecture Be Static? The Possibilities of Kinetic Buildings

ArchDaily

Caja Obscura / Javier Corvalán + Laboratorio de Arquitectura. Image © Pedro Kok Through shapes, colors, and the elements on their facades, many architects have sought to bring a sense of movement to works that are otherwise physically static.

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Burning Man reveals first physical temple design post-Covid

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Report: Optimism for Construction Growth in the Next Year Remains High

Research reveals 96% of respondents are very or fairly optimistic about their organization’s growth prospects for the next year. Over half of respondents see digital technology as the greatest growth opportunity. Don't be kept in the dark when it comes to the future. Read the report today!

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This year’s Burning Man Temple is a giant desert flower

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This year, Burning Man attendees will be treated to a giant desert flower that’s both camouflaged by and stands out from the Black Rock Desert playa. A brainchild of artist [.] Read More. The post This year’s Burning Man Temple is a giant desert flower appeared first on The Architect’s Newspaper.

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Snøhetta and Vipp unveils nest-like cabins on the edge of Lysefjorden

Avontuura

The Bolder project consists of four cabins lifted over the ground designed to harmonize in the best possible way with the surrounding nature. The post Snøhetta and Vipp unveils nest-like cabins on the edge of Lysefjorden appeared first on Åvontuura.

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This Stockholm bolt-hole offers a taste of 1960s design

The Spaces

Timeless and contemporary, this 1966 Stockholm apartment by Swedish architect Kjell Ödeén was conceived using a material palette that would last at least 100 years.

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Cooling Interiors Will be the Architectural Challenge of the Future

ArchDaily

GB House / Renato D’Ettorre Architects. Image © Justin Alexander According to the UN, more than 7000 extreme weather events have been recorded since 2000. Just this year, wildfires raged across Australia and the west coast of the U.S.;

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OMA wins competition for a public expansion of Turin's Museo Egizio

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A design from OMA has just been named the winner of an international competition to deliver a new vision for the Museo Egizio in Turin, Italy.

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Refreshing Your Bedroom with a Nature-like Design Makeover

DesignRulz

Nature is one of the most powerful sources of inspiration in interior design. Notably, incorporating natural elements in your interior design process is one of the best ways to give your bedroom a fresh look.

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Joan j Fortuny Arquitecto and Alventosa Morey Arquitectes design screened social housing project in Majorca

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The housing module is organized around a central wet core that defines two areas with a double orientation. The post Joan j Fortuny Arquitecto and Alventosa Morey Arquitectes design screened social housing project in Majorca appeared first on Åvontuura.

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This Wood Covered House Hovers Above The Hillside In The Forest

Contemporist

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8 Opinions on the Architecture of 2022

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Cantera No. 8: Montaña del Libro / DnA.

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OMA’s first Tokyo tower takes a step closer to completion

Archinect

OMA has taken a step closer to the completion of its first tower in Tokyo , following the announcement that the Toranomon Hills Station Tower will open in the Fall of 2023.

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Roofless Highland mill to serve as a community hall

Urban Realm

A ruinous mill in the Highland village of Balmacara is to be brought back to life as a community hall under plans by MacLean Architecture and Conservation (MAAC). Following a prolonged period of disuse, the roof collapsed in 2020, leaving stonework in a precarious position.

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Brooklyn’s Bar Americano is ‘a space out of time’

The Spaces

Space Exploration Design led the interiors of this Brooklyn cocktail haunt in Greenpoint, which borrows all the design cues of the quintessential American bar. From its tin tile ceiling to its mahogany counter, Bar Americano feels like a space out of time.

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Bad and good street networks

Brandon Donnelly

Let’s add some historical context to yesterday’s post about autonomous vehicles.

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From Open Plan to Remote Work: The Evolution of Architecture Practices Over Time

ArchDaily

Studioninedots. Image © Marc Goodwin The first image that comes to mind when we think of an office is a place with a table and chair. But it was not always the case.

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MVRDV produces a catalogue for cities facing sea level rise as part of Vancouver competition

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MVRDV has released a series of proposals to respond to rising sea levels in Vancouver.

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