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Zoom Town to Boom Town: North American business districts are going to evolve instead of dying off completely


Even if the office were to go the way of the horse-drawn carriage, the neighborhoods we refer to today as downtowns would endure.

Agora Valencia, the pavilion of World Design Capital Valencia 2022, opens its doors to the public in the Plaza del Ayuntamiento


Agora Valencia is reflected in the materials of the venue and its construction, which fuses tradition and avant-garde, crafts and industry.


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Downtown Riverfront Plaza Update

SW Oregon Architect

Downtown Riverfront Plaza rendering by Walker Macy (stripes and stones concept) Now that the new Downtown Riverfront Park is open, the City of Eugene (COE) is asking the community for its assistance in designing the central plaza, which will be the park’s next phase of development.

Where Does Tucker Carlson Live? A Look Into His 3 Homes


Do you follow Fox News? If yes, then you must have watched Tucker Carlson once or twice. He is one of the most famous television personalities to grace the screen across America and even has his own show on the channel called Tucker Carlson Tonight.

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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.

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


UNStudio has emerged as the winner of an international competition to design what it says will stand as one of the most sustainable office buildings in German history once complete.

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“Hawkins National Laboratory” from Stranger Things set to be demolished by Emory University

The Architect's Newsletter

A long-defunct psychiatric hospital in suburban Atlanta that Stranger Things viewers will instantly recognize as the covert governmental facility that plays host to the Mothergate of the Upside Down will [.]. Read More.

Artist Oluseye Ogunlesi builds a Black Ark to explore Canada’s colonial history

The Spaces

Photography: Joshua Rille. What looks like the hull of a long-lost ship has appeared at Toronto’s Ashbridges Bay – a haunting installation by Nigerian-Canadian artist Oluseye Ogunlesi exploring Canada’s ‘forgotten’ role in the Trans-Atlantic slave trade.

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MAD's new Aranya 'Cloud Center' is floating into place in coastal China


MAD Architects has shared new images and project details of its upcoming multipurpose Aranya "Cloud Center" in the port city of Qinhuangdao, China. The firm says it is nearly complete with the construction phase that was begun in March 2021 in the coastal area roughly 160 miles east of Beijing.

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DGN Studio refurbish and extend East London terrace house


Connection to the garden was central to the brief, met with the addition of a cast concrete and dark stained oak window seat. The post DGN Studio refurbish and extend East London terrace house appeared first on Åvontuura. architecture DGN Studio East London Hackney Tim Crocker

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.

Diethelm House / Modunita architects sa


Courtesy of Pinggera Martin. architects: Modunita architects sa Location: 7012 Felsberg, Switzerland Project Year: 2022 Photographs: Courtesy of Pinggera Martin Area: 150.0 Read more ». Residential Architecture. Houses. Refurbishment. Adaptive reuse

Kengo Kuma designs a hot spring hotel on the Japanese island of Kyushu

The Spaces

Starchitect Kengo Kuma has designed a hot spring hotel set across rice terraces of Yufuin valley on the Japanese island of Kyushu in the ?ita ita Prefecture. Kai Yufuin is the 20th addition to the Hoshino Resorts portfolio and is backdropped by Mount Yufu.

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XZero City is Kuwait's contribution to the smart city movement


A Dubai-based developer named URB has entered the fray of futuristic community planning in the region after publishing plans for XZero City, a pedestrian-friendly, net-zero carbon community it says will eventually grow to accommodate up to 100,000 people.

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Skylab Architecture design wastewater treatment facility with immersive educational experience


The new single-story building features seven folded cast-in-place concrete roof forms that channel stormwater through a planted roof. The post Skylab Architecture design wastewater treatment facility with immersive educational experience appeared first on Åvontuura.

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!

The Future of Glass Construction in a Warmer World: A Selection of Glazed but Efficient Projects


© Jared Chulski. If you’ve been avoiding some of the latest news recently, here’s a quick update; European and North American countries have been facing one of the hottest recorded summers in modern history.

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Are you sure you want Parisian-style urbanism?

Brandon Donnelly

This might seem like a fairly benign tweet by Clive Doucet, a former Ottawa City Councillor. I mean, Paris is wonderful. It is livable, walkable, and my favorite city in the world after Toronto.

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Three triangle-shaped buildings 'transformed' into tortilla chips as part of new Doritos marketing campaign


Apparently, Doritos are everywhere. What you thought was Bjarke Ingels Group ’s VIA 57 West is actually a cheesy tortilla chip.

Overtreders W complete bio-based pavilion for Floriade 2022 in Almere


Built from 100% biobased, locally sourced materials and intertwined with nature, the pavilion exhibits the voices of local urban nature. The post Overtreders W complete bio-based pavilion for Floriade 2022 in Almere appeared first on Åvontuura.

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A Shallow Pool Sits On Top Of This Modern Library


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SGA designs a tree-inspired glass facade to connect two historic buildings at Vanderbilt University

The Architect's Newsletter

Brought to you by: Architect SGA Architecture Location Nashville, Tennessee Completion Date August, 2020 Architect of Record Centric Architecture Client Vanderbilt University Construction Manager Messer Structural Engineer Structural Design Group [.]. Read More.

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Helsinki Design Award goes to Päivi Raivio for her placemaking activities in the Finnish capital


Designer Päivi Raivio has been announced as the winner of the 2022 Helsinki Design Award. The joint program by the City of Helsinki and Helsinki Design Week recognizes a designer or design team for making the Finnish capital a better place to live in.

Isle take it: 6 private islands on the market now

The Spaces

Escape the rat race with these secluded islands for sale, which run the gauntlet from remote but turn-key holiday homes to totally uninhabited isles where you can leave your mark. Hog Island, Florida. Via direct; 224 acres.

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Singapore State Courts / Serie Architects + Multiply Architects


© Finbarr Fallon. architects: Multiply Architects architects: Serie Architects Location: 1 Havelock Square, Singapore 059724 Project Year: 2019 Photographs: Finbarr Fallon Photographs: Khoo Guo Jie Area: 113000.0 Read more ». Offices. Office buildings

Montana becomes first state to approve 3D-printed walls in construction

The Architect's Newsletter

Montana, the first state to debut a luge track and send a woman to Congress, can now claim a new and somewhat unexpected first: the first state to give broad [.]. Read More. The post Montana becomes first state to approve 3D-printed walls in construction appeared first on The Architect’s Newspaper.

#SOSBrutalism comes to New Haven


A traveling exhibition from Frankfurt’s German Architecture Museum (DAM) is coming to the Yale School of Architecture Gallery this fall with a selection from the first-ever global survey of Brutalist architecture between 1950 and 1979.

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Playing With (Architectural) Perspective: This Year’s One Photo Winner Dazzles With Disorientation


How can architecture be a force for good in our ever-changing world? During Future Fest , we’ll pose this question to some of the world’s best architects. Launching in September, our three-week-long virtual event will be 100% free to attend. Register here !

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The Shower Versus Bath Debate


Courtesy of Rexa Design. Achieving the perfect bathroom design and layout for each user comes with a lot of very detailed decision-making. One example is the shower versus bath debate, which includes valid arguments in favor of each option, and no objective right or wrong.

In an industry first, employees of New York–based Bernheimer Architecture unionize and join the IAMAW

The Architect's Newsletter

In a major development first reported this morning by the New York Times, the employees of multidisciplinary design practice Bernheimer Architecture have formed the first—and for now only—functional union at [.]. Read More.

International WELL Building Institute CEO Rachel Hodgdon on the rise of building health ratings