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#Apple campus – Jony Ive interview

Good general article that interviews Apple’s star designer, Jony Ive on the new Apple Campus. The images are excellent and all credit to Foster +…

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Central Park’s water #sustainability

This is incredible! I was certainly naieve to the fact that the “lake” in Central Park, New York City, was polluted given all the media…

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From grain to modern art #sustainability

Heatherwick Studio have redeveloped a former grain silo to create the “Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa,” the world’s largest museum of African contemporary art.…

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Radical #architecture from around the world #thinkdifferently #sustainability

The range of design ideas and concepts is in itself impressive… Architecture platform Rethinking the Future (RTF): to create a “new window on international trends…

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The best Architecture photos ? by #iPhone

2017 architecture iPhone photo awards | ArchDaily Share this reboot

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The world’s #tallestbuilding … in #wood !

Shigeru Ban Architects, working for the developer PortLiving, have designed the world’s tallest hybrid timber building in the Coal Harbour district in Vancouver, Canada.  …

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Herzog & de Meuron Jenga style 

Herzog & de Meuron latest high-rise luxury residential skyscraper in the Tribeca neighborhood and the tallest in New York City. It’s design resembles stacking houses…

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Visit Gaudi’s first house

Gaudi’s first residential project will open to the public as a museum later this year. The house, in Barcelona, is classed as a Word Heritage…

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1 – 10 of sustainable architecture apparently…

This ArchDaily article lists this year’s top ten most sustainable projects as judged by The American Institute of Architects (AIA) AIA top 10 Share this reboot

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International Towers, Sydney

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners completes International Towers in Sydney (Wallpaper) Share this reboot

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The answer to gender neutral washrooms…

Simply brilliant! Samuel Robertson Technical Secondary School near Vancouver, Canada, some students reportedly decided to make that point in very simple terms! Share this reboot

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Designing for disasters #thinkdifferent

Henk Ovink is the Netherland’s acting director general of spatial planning and water affairs and took a different approach to this international challenge. In June…

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Manchester moves closer to a new Factory

This is my home town and I am always proud of the city’s ambition and the quality of the architecture that has defined the city…

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Star Wars architecture

The Lucas Museum of Narrative Art has finally found a home. Following nearly a decade of searching, the museum’s board has announced that Los Angeles’…

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skyscrapers from wood & glue

University researchers in the UK are exploring cellulose and xylan on a molecular level that could lead to innovations in strengthening wood materials. Molecules 10,000…

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@google scrapes the ground in London

Google has announced plans to establish a new HQ adjacent to their existing location in King’s Cross, London, UK. The new complex should house 7,000…

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RCA Battersea South campus design

Herzog & de Meuron has won a competition to create a strategic design approach to the planned 108M GBP Battersea South Campus. The jury for…

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bricks don’t do that! #thinkdifferent

This is a great article showcasing the possibilities of the ubiquitous brick to create different, gravity challenging architecture. brickwork tricks Share this reboot

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#cloudarchitecture

The design concept is defined by three elements: the “Theca”, the “Cloud” and the “blade” of the Hotel. The “Theca”, longitudinally oriented, is the container,…

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#art – light & dark

ArchDaily profile the Stuttgart Light Art Festival… Stuttgart Light Art Festival Share this reboot

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2017 Moriyama RAIC International Prize

RAIC International Prize Jury announced Share this reboot

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Lighting up London Town…

London’s illuminated river competition Share this reboot

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James Wines Architect – interview

I have long been fascinated with the work of SITE as innovators in urban design and environmental thinking. I enjoy the challenge that their work…

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winning australian architecture

Take a look at the best of Australian scene with these award winning designs… award winners Links (Via archinect.com) Share this reboot

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