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Blurred Boundaries: Exploring Transparency in Riken Yamamoto's Architecture

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Future University of Hakodate (2005). Image Courtesy of Isao Aihara Transparency, integration and boundaries are key words for understanding the work of Riken Yamamoto.

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Welcoming a New Chapter: Christele Harrouk Takes the Helm as Editor-in-Chief of ArchDaily

ArchDaily

Born and raised in Chile, David founded ArchDaily in 2005 and has been instrumental in shaping it into the globally recognized platform it is today. After nearly two decades of pioneering leadership, ArchDaily’s esteemed founder and current Editor-in-Chief, David Basulto , will be stepping down.

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Light, Empathy, and Silence: The Architecture of Marina Tabassum

ArchDaily

One of the first buildings she undertook after establishing her own practice in 2005—the Bait Ur Rouf Mosque in her own city—won an Aga Khan Award for Architecture , which recognizes design that addresses the needs and aspirations of Muslim societies.

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Alero Olympio: A Legacy of Ecological Architecture and Decolonized Identity

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Image © Kokrobitey Institute Alero Olympio (1959-2005) was an architect and builder known for an intimately ecological approach to architecture. Kokrobitey Institute Residence. Born in Ghana , she divided her practice between Ghana and Scotland.

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Three tech giant headquarters by WRNS Studio: Your Next Employer?

Archinect

Founded in San Francisco in 2005, the firm operates across three principles: beauty, sustainability, and a positive contribution to the public realm. Following our previous visit to San Francisco-based Richard Beard Architects , we are keeping our Meet Your Next Employer series in the city this week to explore the work of WRNS Studio.

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Brett Steele appointed as new USC School of Architecture dean

Archinect

Before his time working in Los Angeles, he held pivotal leadership positions at the Architectural Association (AA) , serving as a chief executive and Director since 2005. Prior to his new future position at USC, he served as UCLA's School of the Arts and Architecture dean since 2017.

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UNStudio unveils winning plans for NION, Germany's latest new green office design

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Developers Groß & Partner recently selected the studio’s 45,000-square-meter (484,400-square-foot) NION office tower scheme to be located in a vibrant mixed-use district in Frankfurt called the Europaviertel West that has been under constant development since 2005.