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Land Morphology and Olson Kundig complete botanical garden and fireside terrace in Portland

Avontuura

Located in southeast Portland, the multi phase Master Plan project will fundamentally transform the botanical garden. The post Land Morphology and Olson Kundig complete botanical garden and fireside terrace in Portland appeared first on Åvontuura.

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The Essential Principles of a Passive House

Aric Gitomer Architect

A conversation with a residential architect might bring up passive design principles. Passive houses are now considered to be the highest energy efficiency standards.

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‘Every Piece of Architecture is First a Work of Fiction’; A Conversation with Ole Scheeren

Archinect

For the past 30 years, Ole Scheeren has built a career defined by an internationalist outlook. The German architect has lived in 10 countries, and worked in 25, always guided by a philosophy that recognizes "the power of bringing people, cultures, and practices closer together."

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Maison TT / Nghia-Architect

ArchDaily

© Nguyen Tuan Nghia architects: Nghia-Architect Location: Da Nang, Vietnam Project Year: 2020 Photographs: Nguyen Tuan Nghia Area: 75.0 m2 Read more » Residential Architecture Houses

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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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Joshua Tree’s mirrored Invisible House lists for $18 million

Archinect

An eye-catching new landmark of an architecturally changed community is now up for grabs after designer Tomas Osinski’s Invisible House hit the market in Joshua Tree, California, for $18 million.

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Facades+ will highlight Washington, D.C.’s most impressive envelopes on February 14

The Architect's Newsletter

Facades+ will return to Washington, D.C. for the first time in two years on February 14. The conference will bring a full-day program to the city for the first time; [.] Read More. The post Facades+ will highlight Washington, D.C.’s

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Lithuanian Man Cave / Devyni Architektai

ArchDaily

© Leonas Garbačauskas architects: Devyni Architektai Location: Švenčionys, Švenčionys District Municipality, Lithuania Project Year: 2022 Photographs: Leonas Garbačauskas Area: 80.0 m2 Read more » Residential Architecture Houses

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Ye marries Yeezy architect Bianca Censori

The Architect's Newsletter

Last week TMZ reported that Ye, the discipline-spanning artist formerly known as Kanye West, tied the knot with Bianca Censori, an architectural designer at his apparel and footwear company Yeezy. [.] Read More.

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Marlboro Music Reich Rehearsal Building & Music Library / HGA

ArchDaily

© Albert Vecerka/ Esto architects: HGA Location: Marlboro, Vermont, United States Project Year: 2021 Photographs: Albert Vecerka/ Esto Area: 118788.0 ft2 Read more » Cultural Architecture Theaters & Performance Music Venue

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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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Pennsylvania and New Mexico universities score National Park Service grant to preserve Route 66

The Architect's Newsletter

On January 19 representatives from the University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design announced that it and project partners at the New Mexico Highlands University (NMHU) had scored a [.] Read More.

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Echo Canyon Residence / Kendle Design Collaborative

ArchDaily

© Kevin Brost architects: Kendle Design Collaborative Location: Phoenix, AZ, United States Photographs: Kevin Brost Area: 3900.0 ft2 Read more » Residential Architecture Houses

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Woven is a wellness retreat on the Kent coast

The Spaces

This Kent retreat offers sleek Scandinavian minimalism with wellness amenities, a short walk from the pristine beaches of Broadstairs. Known as Woven, the four-bedroom Kent holiday home is hidden among the trees on a private estate bordered by the scenic beaches, which rank among the best in the UK.

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Keravanjoki Multifunctional Building / Lukkaroinen Architects

ArchDaily

© Aukusti Heinonen architects: Lukkaroinen Architects Location: Kerava, Finland Project Year: 2021 Photographs: Aukusti Heinonen Photographs: Jarkko Översti Area: 11100.0 m2 Read more » Mixed Use Architecture Public Architecture Community Sustainability

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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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Rose Garden Boutique Hotel / JSPA Design

Archeyes

The Rose Garden Boutique Hotel, designed by JSPA Design, is located in Daixi, a small town between Huzhou and Hangzhou in Zhejiang province. The site was formed by a gentle. The post Rose Garden Boutique Hotel / JSPA Design appeared first on ArchEyes.

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Sydney Modern Museum / SANAA

ArchDaily

Aerial view of the Art Gallery of New South Wales’ new SANAA-designed building, 2022.

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hiding glass house in japanese forest sees 360 degrees through all-round windows

designboom

designed by makoto takei and chie nabeshima, the ‘ring house’ offers unobstructed views of the forest and generous open spaces. The post hiding glass house in japanese forest sees 360 degrees through all-round windows appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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Ramp House / Coelho Neto Arquitetura

ArchDaily

© Tatiana Galindo architects: Coelho Neto Arquitetura Location: Apucarana, Estado de Paraná, Brazil Project Year: 2022 Photographs: Tatiana Galindo Area: 603.0 m2 Read more » Residential Architecture Houses

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frank lloyd wright’s last completed design ‘circular sun house’ hits the market for $8,9M

designboom

circular sun house: frank lloyd wright’s last completed design Perched along a rocky cliff in Phoenix, Arizona, the ‘Circular Sun House’, Frank Lloyd Wright’s last completed architectural design, is now listed for sale for a whopping $8,950,000.

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London's Camden Highline project gets official planning approval

Archinect

London is getting an attractive new elevated parkway feature after planning approvals were granted for the proposed Camden Highline, the BBC reported on Friday.

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unite d’habitation photographed by paul clemence in tribute to le corbusier

designboom

glimpse inside marseille's unite d'habitation, an icon which exemplifies le corbusier's new modern architecture. The post unite d’habitation photographed by paul clemence in tribute to le corbusier appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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Mayors across U.S. voice their struggles in tackling housing crisis and homelessness

Archinect

Mayors across a variety of American towns and cities have used the U.S. Conference of Mayors to voice concerns about their ability to address the dual crises of housing affordability and homelessness.

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deep red-terracotta screens bring dynamic porosity to ‘house on 46’ in bangalore

designboom

the structure demonstrates an intent to understand how domesticity, nature, and privacy can be layered within compact sites. The post deep red-terracotta screens bring dynamic porosity to ‘house on 46’ in bangalore appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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Energy savings from home insulation "vanishing" after four years

Deezen

Adding insulation to UK homes only provides short-term energy savings that are cancelled out within a few years by an increase in energy use, according to a study by the University of Cambridge.

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a15 fabricates residence using straw and wood in northern italy

designboom

aiming for an ecological, resource-conserving design, architekturgemeinschaft15 utilizes straw providing an alternative building approach and high-quality planning.

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Los Angeles reveals six finalists for memorial to victims of the 1871 Chinese massacre

The Architect's Newsletter

The City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) and El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument have announced six finalists in a competition to design a memorial that will [.] Read More.

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permeable vertical louver envelops HIBINOSEKKEI + youji no shiro’s RJ nursery in japan

designboom

the design is based on the concept of ‘cultivating imagination and the hometown love', reviving the feeling of community and togetherness.

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Eight key collaborations and projects by contemporary artist Yayoi Kusama

Deezen

Following Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama 's latest collaboration with fashion brand Louis Vuitton , we have collected eight projects and collaborations featuring her trademark colourful polka dots.

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Upcoming exhibitions to add to your 2023 calendar

The Architect's Newsletter

After nearly two years of virtual programming and socially distant shows, in-person and experiential exhibitions returned in full force in 2022. AN highlighted a few of the most noteworthy exhibitions [.] Read More.