2015 #architecture highlights


These are some of the articles and profiles that have caught my attention this year…

Via ArchDaily

Calatrava’s Museum of Tomorrow – simply a breathtaking structure.


Via ArchDaily

SITE works – a long time favourite, SITE have created some amazing and playful architecture over time.

Via ArchDaily

Olson Kundig house – a stunning house.

Via A/N blog

New community place above transit hub – we need this type of thinking to reinvent our cities.

Via designboom.com

Transparent retail space reveals hidden depths – an amazing space that is accentuated by the existing aged buildings.

Via Wired.co.uk

One Central Park’s innovative sun light – this is simply genius to solve an increasing overshadow problem of tall buildings.

Via ArchDaily

Kengo Kuma interview – one of the greats.


Via ArchDaily

Quebec community center – it was this image that caught my attention, architecture that changes throughout the day.

Via ArchDaily

Museum of Contemporary Art – a fluid form that works harmoniously with the landscape.

Via ArchDaily

University campus – buildings that form canopies.

Via Architizer.com

Lighting design of urban spaces – spaces that engage the public to make it their own.

Via architectural-review.com

Spa in the landscape – blurring the inside-outside.