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Architectural Works
Gymnase Canet In Roussillon / MDR Architectes
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Big Enough? Architecture Exhibition: Metrics or Memories? Installation / nkA
[ January 28, 2012 0:00 to July 8, 2012 0:00. ] Big Enough? Architecture Exhibition held at the Harbourfront Centre in Toronto, Canada now until July 8 features architecture firms Altius Architecture [...] Read »
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Heller House on the Market for $2.5M
Frank Lloyd Wright s 16-room, 6,100 square foot house built in 1897 for Isidore Heller was just placed on the market with an asking price of $2.5 million. Sitting on a large piece of land in Hyde Park, one of& Read »
Salzburg Regional Hospital Extension – SALK / Atelier Thomas Pucher
Atelier Thomas Pucher recently won the first prize in the international competition for the new extension of the Salzburg Regional Hospital. The design combines a “double-comb” structure [...] Read »
End Sequences | Seqüencies Extremes
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Serramar Parque Shopping / Aflalo and Gasperini Arquitects
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Flashback: Hearst Tower / Foster and Partners
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Read the rest of Lindal Launches New Architects Collaborative Prefab Home Line Featuring Designs from Our Favorite Architects Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Altius Architecture, [...] Read »
Storrs Road / Tim Stewart Architects
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Museum of Handcraft Paper / TAO
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AD Round Up: Best from Flickr Part LIX
A house, a library, an art gallery, a housing project and Gehry. All part of our new Flickr Round Up. As always, remember you can submit your own photo here, and don’t forget to follow us through Twitter and& Read »
Theresia Bastion / ARCHAEUS
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Today's archidose #556
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KKC Family House / No.555
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Foster & Partners Profits Soar
BDOnline’s recent report Foster & Partners sees profits soars reveals that the firm has “posted a major rise in profits for the year ended April 30, 2011, with pre-tax profits of £10.9 million, [...] Read »
from dezeen
Reflections at Keppel Bay by Daniel Libeskind
Architect Daniel Libeskind  has completed a family of curved towers beside a bay in Singapore. (more&) Read »
News
An old Chinese proverb sums up several projects that mark the dawn of seismic-resistant design and construction in earthquake-devastated Haiti: "If you give a person a fish, you feed that person [...] Read »
Henry Urbach Named Director of Philip Johnson's Glass House. Read »
Miscellaneous
AIA-SWO Intern Tour: Fern Ridge High Performance Lake House
The next Design|Spring interntour (co-hosted by AIA-Southwestern Oregon and the Eugene branch of the CascadiaGreen Building Council) will take place on Thursday, February 9 and feature the Fern [...] Read »
Maine Family Builds Hobbit Holes for Work or Play
TSOVET SVT-GR44
Lovelli Residence : Serene Home in Bali
Urban Heartbeat invites all urban artists, designers, muralists, illustrators, cartoonists from the Caribbean, Central America and Mexico to participate and send us their proposals. Deadline: [...] Read »
Indianapolis is Ready for Some Football
With Super Bowl XLVI charging towards the end zone like a wide receiver under pursuit, its Indianapolis time in the national spotlight. The city has been reinventing itself around sports and [...] Read »
King of The Road, Fit For A King.
Picturesque Rural Retreat in the Village of Burgos, Spain
5 Best Airport Restaurants in the  USA
M1 Magnetic Snowboard Goggles by Anon Optics
Populous Reveals Massive Pixelated LA Convention Center
Yesterday AEG unveiled its design for a 20,000 square foot convention center expansion in downtown Los Angeles.  Replacing a wing of the LA Convention Center, the new structure, called LACOEX [...] Read »
'The Lens' Draws Sharp Comments at Town Hall Meeting
About three-quarters of the people who spoke favored renovating the existing pier or picking a "Mediterranean-style" design for a replacement. The ultra-modern design of "The Lens" did not draw [...] Read »
2 North Moore by Turett Collaborative Architects
Professor James T. Lemon , professor emeritus of geography, passed away early on Tuesday, January 31. He was a contributor to the early phases of programs in community development and interdisciplinary [...] Read »
Miscellaneous
Start Your Engines
Leave it to an Italian to create a collection inspired by hot rods and American in the 1950's. Spring 2012 at Prada would make a Pink Lady proud. Not sure if  I will be wearing those sandals [...] Read »
Kiev Residence by Yunakov Architecture Construction
Motorhead Shiraz
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Read the rest of AECOM + BIG Unveil Plans to Revamp Chicagos Navy Pier with a Vertical Farm and Roof Gardens Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: aecom, big, bjarke ingels, chicago, [...] Read »
Colourful Furniture
This film explores how the Metropol Parasol, one of the largest wooden structures in the world, affects the people who live and work around it, as well as the historic area in which it sits. [...] Read »
Spacious Coastal Townhouse in Sweden
Duomatic by Hammarhead Industries
Honest NFL Team Logos by Brian Huntington
Jim Olson: Architecture for Art
Braun Quartz Black Wall Clock
John Pawson's Muse Music
In a way, my influences are eclectic. Music doesnt make me want to go and design a house, in a way its a more physical pleasure. Its maybe a break for me or a tunnel to something else. Ive [...] Read »
Woven and Welded Wire Mesh
Kumo Cycles, Handmade Steel Bicycles and Frames
NAD Goes Wireless Hi-Fi
Hublot’s Gold Invention
AIANY Selects Seven Firms for New Practices New York 2012
The AIA New York Chapter recently announced seven promising and pioneering new architecture and design firms from the New York area to receive the New Practices New York 2012 awards. The seven [...] Read »
Palais Stoclet | An Enchanted House Becomes a Family's Curse
Now the Palais Stoclet, considered the best surviving realization of a Gesamtkunstwerk, or "total work of art," faces an uncertain future as it marks its centennial. For the past decade this [...] Read »
Waterfront Modern Home by Blueprint Design
Drylands Design Conference
...will re-examine the built environment of the arid and semi-arid west as a vast field of opportunities for design innovation at a range of scales, from building systems to infrastructure and [...] Read »
Slideshow> WTC Update: Compare and Contrast, Then and Now
Its been one year since we began walking the circumference of the World Trade Center site and taking photos of the progress. A lot can happen in a year. The city and state are in a tussle over [...] Read »
Nike Free Gym
WARP side table for LIGNE ROSET
Reclaimed Wood used on Extreme Makeover: Home Edition
Chad Allison
Taiyuan Theater IV by Yaohua Wang Architecture
Los Angeles architect Yaohua Wang - many may still remember his Nanjing Lab proposal - has sent us his latest project, a schematic design proposal for the experimental Xianghong Theater in Taiyuan, China. Read »
Lindal Launches New ‘Architects Collaborative’ Prefab Home Line
Lindal Cedar Homes has just launched their Lindal Architects Collaborative, an innovative new prefab home collection featuring designs from the world's leading architects. The line, which will [...] Read »
Video
Denmark architecture,Copenhagen .. VM Mountain, Part of Ørestad, Ørestad High School, DR Concerthall, Tietgen kollegium, Bikubben Kollegium, Emil Holms, Tivoli Hotel, Gemini Residence, SEB [...] Read »
City & Urbanism
Nursing a Beer
Some of you may be wondering how we are doing in our efforts here to try to save two historic brewery buildings on Cataract Street. Herewith, an update. The matter went before the Rochester [...] Read »
Contemporary Rental in Sayulita, Mexico : Plus More
Amazing Duplex Penthouse in China by Kokaistudios
Friend Chair
Bridging the generations
Seeing again Stanley Tigerman's wonderful Crown Hall meets Lake Michigan collage called "The Titanic" -- it's on view at the Graham Foundation's  fine exhibition of Tigerman's work  called [...] Read »
from Inhabit
The SolarWorld GT Lands in the U.S. for the Next Leg of Its World Tour!
The SolarWorld GT has been on a world tour, and it finally reached the North American leg of its excursion, hitting the sparkling streets of the US just yesterday! The solar car was sent off [...] Read »
Membrane: A waterproof membrane by Tingwei Xu and Xie Zhang
As I can't wait for reading Rachel Armstrong 's Living Architecture which will be in sale next week, on February 7th, ( TEDBook 2012), I am looking at some innovative projects posted here and [...] Read »
Excalibur, The World's Tallest Climbing Wall
Scheme Of The Week
World’s First Bamboo Android Smartphone by ADzero
Portuguese Architect Paulo David Receives 2012 Alvar Aalto Medal
The 2012 Alvar Aalto Medal was awarded to Portuguese architect Paulo David last night at the World Design Capital Gala in Lahti, Finland. In the view of the jury, Davids architecture forms a [...] Read »
Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey
House I in Akita Japan in Edition29 ARCHITECTURE for iPad
Perkins+Will Talks Transparency
Fred Bernstein of The New York Times quizzed Chris Youssef and Peter Syrett of Perkins+Will about their Transparency lists, an online database linking common forms of flooring, lumber, wiring, [...] Read »
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Technology
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Read the rest of 7 Ways Super Bowl XLVI is Going Green! Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: "wind power", 7 ways the superbowl is going green, composting, eco superbowl, football, [...] Read »
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The Kai Table Has a Bevy of Secret Compartments to Stash Your Stuff
With a bevy of hidden compartments that you can stash your stuff in, the Kai table is an urban apartment dwellers dream. Built by Naoki Hirakoso and Takamitsu Kitahara, the coffee table is made [...] Read »