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Filipe Pina + David Bilo design concrete getaway in mountainous region of Portugal

Avontuura

Two new volumes of concrete were created and implanted in an existing terrace, closely linked to the granite pre-existence. The post Filipe Pina + David Bilo design concrete getaway in mountainous region of Portugal appeared first on Åvontuura.

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How to Swipe Right on a Residential Architect

Aric Gitomer Architect

It is a well-known saying that there is plenty of fish in the sea. And truer words have never been spoken. When you are in the market for a residential architect, how do you know who the perfect match for your needs will be?!

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Chicago, That Toddlin’ Town

SW Oregon Architect

Spectacular aerial view of Chicago by Jake Davis @inairshare_designer. Jake is a principal and Public Safety Design Leader with DLR Group. The annual AIA Conference on Architecture takes place this coming week in Chicago, and I will be there. I have never been to Chicago before.

An obsolescent masculine dream: Remembering the Capsule Tower

The Architect's Newsletter

The slow deconstruction of Kisho Kurokawa’s Nakagin Capsule Tower in Tokyo began on April 12 and will continue through the end of the year. The tower’s demolition is no surprise, as its problems were well known [.]. Read More.

Henning Larsen complete temporary garden pavilion designed for disassembly

Avontuura

Designed for the 3daysofdesign event in Copenhagen, the Henning Larsen designed pavilion boasts sustainable design through and through. The post Henning Larsen complete temporary garden pavilion designed for disassembly appeared first on Åvontuura.

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What is Passive House, and how can it shape your career?

Archinect

In a 2017 feature article for Archinect , NK Architects’ CMO Zack Semke set out the case for adopting Passive House design principles. “The genius of Passive House design is that it recognizes the building itself – its skeleton and skin – as a technology,” Semke wrote.

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5 of the best Helsinki properties for sale right now

The Spaces

Design lovers are increasingly drawn to Helsinki for its Nordic design heritage and buzzing contemporary, though often unsung creative scene.

Space 103

NAPUR Architects complete new landscape-inspired Museum of Ethnography in Budapest

Avontuura

The gently curving lines enable the building to function as a gateway and a passage linking the city and the park. The post NAPUR Architects complete new landscape-inspired Museum of Ethnography in Budapest appeared first on Åvontuura.

MAD's first Beijing housing development is a treatise on 'The Sociality of Social Housing'

Archinect

Embarking on a new project type for the first time in the history of the practice, Ma Yansong’s MAD Architects recently unveiled photos for a social housing scheme located near Beijing’s central business district called Baiziwan.

Aberdeen active travel drive to remodel key Forresterhill route

Urban Realm

Aberdeen City Council and transport body Nestrans have opened a second consultation for public realm improvements to Ashgrove Road.

Ace Hotel’s first foray into Australia is a ‘deep homage’ to the country

The Spaces

A landscape painting by Indigenous Australian artist Albert Namatjira was the starting point for Ace Hotel Sydney’s terracotta-tinted interiors.

Space 100

Berlin-based start-up Raus collaborates with Sigurd Larsen to design stylish cabin retreat

Avontuura

The approach was to make maximum use of the limited space of 18 sqm and to make it seem larger through a well-thought-out concept. The post Berlin-based start-up Raus collaborates with Sigurd Larsen to design stylish cabin retreat appeared first on Åvontuura.

Obama Presidential Center Director, Louise Bernard, discusses the site's progress

Archinect

The construction will take place holistically at once. Except for our athletic facility, whose timeline is little bit later. And there is all the landscaping work that will commence once the construction is further along. The vision of what the center will be is firmly understood.

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What Role Do Materials and Construction Systems Play in Democratizing Architecture?

ArchDaily

Wikkelhouse / Fiction Factory. Image Courtesy of Yvonne Witte. Architecture does not change anything. It’s always on the side of the wealthy.”

Scenery is the star at monochrome Busan cafe Off.O

The Spaces

Everything points to the beach at this South Korean cafe in the coastal town of Busan, where picture windows and low-profile furniture create a sweeping sight line to the rugged shore beyond.

Space 100

Hariri Pontarini Architects design elegant riverside theater for world renowned Stratford Festival

Avontuura

Set against the sinuous veil of bronze mullioned curtain wall, the horseshoe-shaped theatre is wrapped in gently curving walls. . The post Hariri Pontarini Architects design elegant riverside theater for world renowned Stratford Festival appeared first on Åvontuura.

FIAT unveils new La Pista 500 project, now Europe's largest public rooftop garden

Archinect

The mantle of international rooftop garden design might have a new crown jewel following Camerana&Partners ’ completion of the La Pista 500 project for legendary Italian automaker FIAT in the country’s motorsports capital of Turin.

Lighthouse Residence/ MUKA Arquitectura

ArchDaily

© Javier Calleja Rovira. architects: MUKA Arquitectura Location: C. Jilgueros, 7, 28971 Griñón, Madrid, Spain Project Year: 2022 Photographs: Javier Calleja Rovira Area: 243.0 Read more ». Residential Architecture. Houses. Detail

An old Ibizan palace shines again after refurb by Pascal Cheikh Djavadi

The Spaces

French practice Pascal Cheikh Djavadi artfully blends the old and new in its minimalist restoration of this Ibiza palace, which has a tranquil, still ambience. The regal Ibiza Old Town townhouse was built for a former government minister in the 19th century, with carved stone and wooden detailing.

Space 100

Zaha Hadid Architects win design for Jinghe New City Culture & Art Centre

Avontuura

The centre’s design intertwines with the city’s existing urban masterplan to connect the new library to the north of Jinghe Avenue. The post Zaha Hadid Architects win design for Jinghe New City Culture & Art Centre appeared first on Åvontuura.

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A successful failure: Remembering the Nakagin Capsule Tower

The Architect's Newsletter

The slow deconstruction of Kisho Kurokawa’s Nakagin Capsule Tower in Tokyo began on April 12 and will continue through the end of the year. The tower’s demolition is no surprise, as its problems were well [.]. Read More.

The Second Studio Podcast: Interview with Jamie Bush

ArchDaily

© The Second Studio Podcast. The Second Studio (formerly The Midnight Charette) is an explicit podcast about design, architecture, and the everyday.

Inside Max Richter and Yulia Mahr’s minimalist Oxfordshire creative retreat

The Spaces

‘As young artists, just starting out, without any resources, we often hungered for a space that could give us the time needed to explore creative ideas deeply and meaningfully,’ says award-winning composer Max Richter.

Space 100

Allied Works selected to lead Vero Beach Museum of Art expansion and renovation

Archinect

The Vero Beach Museum of Art (VBMA) has announced the appointment of international design firm Allied Works Architecture to lead the expansion and renovation of the 35-year-old institution.

A Jumble Of Unique Balcony Shapes Cover This Building’s Exterior

Contemporist

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Architecture at the Service of Science: Jantar Mantar, Astronomical Observatories in India

ArchDaily

Jantar Mantar, Nova Delhi. Photo by Matthias Alberti (distributed via imaggeo.egu.eu). "in in downtown New Delhi, huge curved structures sink in the ground, taking the form of a ramp. Amorphous voids mark the great twisted walls.

A landmark arts venture launches in Lausanne, Switzerland

The Spaces

After a decade of excavation and construction, Switzerland’s largest cultural development in years launched this weekend on an esplanade outside Lausanne’s central station.

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University at Buffalo students are constructing tiny homes to fight homelessness

Archinect

Students from the University at Buffalo have embarked on the construction of three tiny homes to help combat homelessness.

Golden State: California’s Public Parks and Private Gardens in Plan

Architizer

Sign up to be informed when the next One Drawing Challenge competition opens for submissions. Be sure to check out the rest of this year's extraordinary Winners and Commended Entries. . Parks and gardens open people up to their surroundings and one another.

Grimshaw Reveals Design for New Zealand’s Largest Infrastructure Project

ArchDaily

City Rail Link by Grimshaw Architects. Image Courtesy of Grimshaw. Grimshaw has revealed the final design for City Rail Link, or CRL in short, a large infrastructure project in Auckland , New Zealand.

This striking Melbourne home raises the bar for church conversions

The Spaces

There are church conversions and then there’s this staggering Victoria property, which occupies the eaves of a 19th-century presbyterian chapel in the Melbourne suburb of Fitzroy.

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Winners of the 2022 Mass Timber Competition: Building to Net-Zero Carbon have been announced

Archinect

Winning entries to the Softwood Lumber Board (SLB) and USDA Forest Service-sponsored 2022 Mass Timber Competition: Building to Net-Zero Carbon were announced yesterday as part of this weekend’s A’22 Conference in Chicago.

A Rusted Metal Exterior Allows This Townhouse To Stand Out On The Corner

Contemporist

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The Evolution of Architecture in the Philippines Through the Years

ArchDaily

Cityscape. Image © A-PA / Flickr. The history and culture of the Philippines are reflected in its architectural heritage, with numerous influences from other nations paving the way for the contemporary designs we see today, a mixité of cultural influences amongst Western-style buildings.