Articles from 21/04/2014:

Architectural Works
2014 Canadian Urban Design Award Winners
The winners of the 2014 Canadian Urban Design Awards, a biennial competition recognizing projects that contribute to the vitality and sustainability of Canadian cities, were recently announced [...] Read »
Easter Eggs Designed By Architects
In honor of Easter Sunday, we decided to follow-up on the news of Faberges Big Egg Hunt and round-up some of the Easter eggs designed by the likes of Zaha Hadid, David Ling, Two One Two, and more. Enjoy them& Read »
House WZ / Bernd Zimmermann Architekten
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Maison Edouard François Designs Luxurious Skyscraper Trio in India
Sector 66 of Gurgaon, India will be the site of Maison Edouard François& ’ newest project: a massive luxury complex crowned by three stainless steel-clad skyscrapers. Given over entirely [...] Read »
Divinely-Inspired Architecture
In honor of those celebrating Easter Sunday, we’ve compiled a list of the most breathtaking places of worship from our Religious Architecture Pinterest board. From vast, open halls, to intimate [...] Read »
Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery / Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp
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Construction Begins on UDG China’s Nanjing Office Tower
Construction has begun on the new Nanjing Jianye District office tower in China. Designed by  UDG China& , the multi-level complex will house hundreds of government workers throughout almost [...] Read »
Miscellaneous
from Inhabit
7 Ways to Reuse and Upcycle Your Plastic Easter Eggs
The Easter egg hunt is what most kids look forward to the most on this festive Spring holiday, but what's not so fun is what happens to the brightly colored plastic eggs once the weekend ends. [...] Read »
Happy Easter!
For I remember it is Easter morn, And life and love and peace are all new born.  - Alice Freeman Palmer Photo by me via instagram .  Read »
from Inhabit
Put This on Your Bike Helmet and You’ll Never Ride Alone Again
In cities all over the world, a growing number of people are leaving their cars in the garage and commuting by bike instead. The only problem is, neither infrastructure nor driver education has [...] Read »
What Makes a Copy-Cat a Copy-Cat? The Complex Case of Architectural Copyright
When an eminent jurist asks, “What does a copyright of an architectural work truly protect?” you may be certain the question is not rhetorical. The U.S. Copyright Act does provide protection [...] Read »
from dezeen
Noel Dominguez inserts timber cube house into Parisian garden
French architect Noel Dominguez has added a  timber -clad residence  with an angular penthouse to the former garden of a townhouse on the outskirts of Paris  (+ slideshow). (more...) Read »
American Standard / SPACE
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S&S Studio / Scott and Scott Architects
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Tamakichi Mochiten / Nakahira Architects
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Vision42 Design International Competition
This international competition aims to rethink and redesign one of the most iconic streets in the world—42nd street in Midtown Manhattan. Remaking this dense live/work transportation corridor [...] Read »