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Harvard survey finds most architectural tasks can be done remotely

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The Harvard Graduate School of Design has published the results of their survey into the question of whether architecture can be practiced remotely. Launched in November 2022 , the survey received 221 responses from across the profession and has led organizers to conclude that “architects believe that the vast majority of architectural tasks can be done ‘entirely or almost entirely remotely’” The survey, authored by students Su In Kim, Yun Ki Cheung, and Pedro Rodrí

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new heatherwick studio exhibition in japan uncovers the soulfulness of architecture

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‘heatherwick studio: building soulfulness’ at mori art museum Tokyo’s Mori Art Museum is hosting its latest exhibition, Heatherwick Studio: Building Soulfulness, a poetic exploration into the type of architecture embued with heartfelt spirit. On show between Friday, March 17, and Sunday, June 4, 2023, at Tokyo City View, this is the first exhibition in Japan to display […] The post new heatherwick studio exhibition in japan uncovers the soulfulness of architecture appeare

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Worrell Yeung renovates a family farm compound in upstate New York

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Set within the agrarian landscape of Westchester County, this family home was designed to be thoughtfully integrated into the landscape. The post Worrell Yeung renovates a family farm compound in upstate New York appeared first on Åvontuura.

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Eight statement show spaces from Paris Fashion Week

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Clinical, stripped-back show spaces made appearances at Miu Miu and Courrèges, while Off-White and Dior opted for more extravagant sets for their Autumn Winter 2023 collections at Paris Fashion Week. Paris Fashion Week took place from 27 February to 7 March and was the final fashion event of the Autumn Winter 2023 womenswear season. This season saw brands largely return to using paired-back catwalks as settings for their show spaces, as evidenced in shows from Loewe , Miu Miu , Courrèges and Mar

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7 Ways Real-Time Visualization Can Solve Architectural Challenges

In the dynamic world of architecture, design, and construction, creative problem-solving is crucial for success. Traditional methods often fall short in effectively conveying design intent to clients. Real-time visualization empowers you with a solid decision-making tool that smooths the design process. Discover the power of real-time visualization: Effective Communication: Convey your vision clearly and align with clients.

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Featured architecture projects from female-led firms based in New York

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Continuing with our project highlights featuring built work by female-led architecture and design practices, we head East to highlight nine firms that have posted projects to their Archinect Firm Profile. From residential homes, campus extensions, adaptive reuse projects, and larger-than-life public works explore projects from female-led or owned practices below.

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heri&salli complete modular timber apartments in Vienna

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With a special focus on the potential of modular system design, a contemporary prototype by heri&salli was created. The post heri&salli complete modular timber apartments in Vienna appeared first on Åvontuura.

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"Chipperfield's work on the whole is bland, unimaginative and overly grandiose"

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David Chipperfield did not deserve to win the Pritzker Architecture Prize last week, writes Aaron Betsky. Whether it's the Oscars or the Pritzkers, it is always a fool's errand to second-guess jury choices. I mean, I liked Everything Everywhere All at Once, but really? Nonetheless, given the tremendous outpouring of support for the selection of Sir David Chipperfield as the recipient of the latter award this year, let me add a critical note.

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For sale: One of New York's first skyscrapers

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A protracted battle over control of one of New York City’s most iconic buildings will finally be settled at auction later this month. A group of developers will hash out their ownership of the Flatiron Building after a State Supreme Court judge ruled a sale could move forward on March 22 at Mannion Auctions. The auctioneer, Matthew D. Mannion of Mannion Auctions, LLC, confirmed that the sale is public — meaning anyone can bid, and the Flatiron Building is therefore anyone’s to

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ludwig godefroy perches mysterious monolithic residence in lush mexican forest

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to break the robustness of the exterior, the interior adopts a playful character with an open layout, multiple levels, and sculptural elements. The post ludwig godefroy perches mysterious monolithic residence in lush mexican forest appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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Concrete Waterproofing: The Next Step to a More Resilient Design

Don’t let water wash away all your hard work. When specifying concrete waterproofing, you need a solution that’s reliable and permanent. Without it, your concrete waterproofing is at risk of failing and letting water erode and corrode the concrete that it was supposed to protect. Reduce the risk of waterproofing failure by reading through our latest free specification e-book, which will take you through the four key components to better concrete waterproofing specification.

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ARO studio completes undulating green roof for showroom in Vietnam

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The new center will help homebuyers better understand the appearance, materials, and functions of new life when buying a home here. The post ARO studio completes undulating green roof for showroom in Vietnam appeared first on Åvontuura.

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Shreesh Design Studio builds Indian preschool "as colourful as the minds of its users"

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Separate brightly coloured classroom buildings make up this preschool in Gujarat state, India , which was designed by local practice Shreesh Design Studio. The bold and contrasting steel structures were arranged in a circle around a central amphitheatre, which creates "a whimsical feeling" and provides "a space as colourful as the minds of its users," according to the practice.

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The billion dollar Lucas Museum of Narrative Art is finally on course towards completion

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But even in the haze of construction, a seemingly endless swirl of workers, cranes and girders, the enormous scope of the project is coming into focus as its futuristic new home rises in Exposition Park: a grand homage to one of the nation’s best-known filmmakers, and a massive repository for an eclectic collection of 100,000 paintings, photographs, book illustrations and comic book drawings.

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interview: ‘rare designer’ on his crypto art and NFT evolution of pepe the frog

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the venezuelan artist sits down with designboom to talk about his journey to NFT art and his desire to positively promote pepe the frog. The post interview: ‘rare designer’ on his crypto art and NFT evolution of pepe the frog appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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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

Sustainability begins with a conversation, and acquiring customer buy-in is entirely dependent on how the conversation is framed. Clients may not see sustainability as a priority out of fear of operational costs and quality. While these are legitimate concerns, it is our responsibility as architects to listen and foster a collaborative culture that answers client issues while also reducing our carbon footprint.

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A Dazzling Midcentury Just Hit the Market for the First Time in Savannah

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Designed in 1959 by architect Mark Hampton, the well-preserved home has a double-height living room, extensive glazing, and plenty of outdoor space. Location : 5614 Sweetbriar Circle, Savannah, Georgia Price : $1,500,000 Architect : Mark Hampton Year Built : 1959 Footprint : 3,640 square feet (four bedrooms, three and a half baths) Lot Size : 0.6 acres From the Agent : "S avannah’s premier midcentury-modern residence comes to market for the first time since it was built in 1959.

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Seven Parisian brutalist buildings that illustrate the movement's "level of experimentation"

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Barlett School of Architecture professor Robin Wilson has shared with Dezeen a selection of eclectic brutalist buildings in Paris that are featured in his latest book , Brutalist Paris. Published by Blue Crow Media , the Brutalist Paris book is made up of seven essays detailing over 150 buildings completed in the 1950s through to the 1980s. "The aim is to recognise the level of endeavour and experimentation the period involved," Wilson told Dezeen.

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Female-led architecture firms currently hiring in Texas and Arizona

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Working in big cities like Los Angeles or New York may be ideal for some, but it's easy to overlook exciting job opportunities in large cities with a growing metropolitan area. If you're looking for a change of scenery, explore four firms run by women, founded/owned, or partnered by women currently hiring on Archinect Jobs. Be sure to check out our previous job highlights, where we featured job opportunities in California and New York City-based firms.

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red brick facade and steel fascias form villa trompenberg in the netherlands

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the two volumes develop a cruciform composition with multileveled canopies. The post red brick facade and steel fascias form villa trompenberg in the netherlands appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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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. The InEight Global Capital Projects Outlook also finds over half see digital technology as the greatest growth opportunity. But these are only some of the findings. Don't be kept in the dark when it comes to the future. Read the report today!

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There’s a View From Every Room of This Perched Chilean Cabin

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The yakisugi-clad home’s downhill facade is floor-to-ceiling glass that opens onto decking with a plein-air vista. Houses We Love: Every day we feature a remarkable space submitted by our community of architects, designers, builders, and homeowners. Have one to share? Post it here. Project Details: Location: Fundo Leona, Chile Architects: Hebra Arquitectos Footprint: 1,500 square feet Builder: Tierra Fertil Structural Engineer: Pedro Valenzuela Photographer: Marcos Zegers From the Architect: " T

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Nikken Sekkei shelters Japanese sweet company HQ with oversized table and chairs

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A set of giant wooden tables and chairs shelter the glass buildings of Sweets Bank, the headquarters of sweet company Shunkado in Hamamatsu City, Japan , designed by Nikken Sekkei. Described by the practice as a "social media-friendly" building, the oversized furniture, which is thirteen times the regular scale, is modelled on furniture from Shunkado's cafe.

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Hollywood Burbank Airport unveils three finalist for new terminal design

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Three options to replace the aging Hollywood Burbank Airport main terminal have been released to the public following an internal selection from the Holder, Pankow, TEC, Joint Venture (HPTJV) team tasked with leading the Elevate BUR process. Urbanize LA has more on the forthcoming 14-gate, 355,000-square-foot terminal project, which will also include parking, maintenance, and cargo facilities, along with other “ancillary features” located on the northeast portion of the 91-year-old a

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marte marte architects modernizes the traditional austrial log cabin

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with its simple and abstract design, the log cabin appears to be inspired by a child's drawing. The post marte marte architects modernizes the traditional austrial log cabin appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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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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Georgia O’Keeffe’s Santa Fe home is for sale

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Legendary artist Georgia O’Keeffe spent decades painting the rugged landscapes of New Mexico in a creative love-affair that would last until her death in 1986 at the age of 98. Now, her final Santa Fe home, Sol Y Sombra, is for sale, priced at $15m. The 1930s Spanish pueblo-revival style dwelling is three miles outside Santa Fe on a 20-acre estate along the old Santa Fe Trail (a 19th-century trade route that ran to Franklin, Missouri).

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Ten Tokyo apartments with minimalist interior designs

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Cleverly concealed kitchens and subtle wooden accents feature in our latest lookbook , which collects Tokyo apartments characterised by minimalist and serene interiors. These apartments in Japan's capital are united by their muted colours and an abundance of wood – elements often associated with traditional Japanese interior design. As one of the world's most densely populated cities, Tokyo homes often feature smaller floor plans or less natural light than those located in more spacious cities.

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Tadao Ando is selected as the designer of the 10th MPavilion in Australia

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The Australian Naomi Milgrom Foundation has announced former Pritzker winner Tadao Ando will design the 10th MPavilion commission in Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Gardens. Ando is now the seventh architect selected for the prestigious five-month-long commission, which began in 2014 and has since hosted over 3,500 free events for more than 900,000 guests since its inception.

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france’s first retrospective of ‘total artist’ isamu noguchi opens at musée LaM

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now on view at musée LaM, noguchi's works blended traditional craft with groundbreaking modernity The post france’s first retrospective of ‘total artist’ isamu noguchi opens at musée LaM appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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Venus Williams and Adam Pendleton are fundraising to preserve Nina Simone’s childhood home

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Artist Adam Pendleton and tennis superstar Venus Williams are staging an art auction next month to raise funds to preserve the childhood home of Blues singer Nina Simone. Nina Simone was born Eunice Waymon in a three-room clapboard property in Tryon, North Carolina, in 1933. It was there, amid the Great Depression and racist Jim Crow segregation, that she learned to play the piano and perform with the financial aid of Tryon’s African-American community.

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