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Super Bowl XLVI / Lucas Oil Stadium
Dont forget to check out the building today when Super Bowl XLVI kicks off at Lucas Oil Stadium in the heart of downtown Indianapolis. HKS repeats as designer for two consecutive Super Bowl [...] Read »
Pronat Offices / José María Sánchez García
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Celebration Hall of Riyadh / Studio Schiattarella
Conjugating innovation and tradition, the first prize winning proposal for the Celebration Hall of Riyadh by Studio Schiattarella , in collaboration with Tecturae, aims at adhering to the specific [...] Read »
Transformation and Revelation: Gormley to Gaga UK Design for Performance 2007-2011
[ March 17, 2012 0:00 to September 30, 2012 0:00. ] As part of the V&A’s British Design Season, this display in the Theatre and Performance Galleries taking place March 17  September 30 will [...] Read »
Vrbani Business Center / NFO
The proposal for the Vrbani Business Center by NFO in Zagreb, Croatia aims to solve its inner urbanism within itself and set the guidelines for the development of the surrounding area. They do [...] Read »
go.architecture v.03 Competition Proposal / Filipe Magalhaes + Ana Luisa Soares
Architects Filipe Magalhaes and Ana Luisa Soares shared with us their first prize winning proposal in the go.architecture v.03: 48 hours ideas competition. The competition asked for the design [...] Read »
The University of Nottingham  Jubilee Campus Extension / Make Architects
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You may remember our coverage on the Flight Assembled Architecture exhibit by Gramazio & Kohler and Raffaello D’Andrea, in collaboration with ETH Zurich, that featured a team of flying drones [...] Read »
An Urban Refuge / Sergi Pons Architecte
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EU Climate Chief pushes World Leaders to Double Clean Energy Commitment
European Union Climate Commissioner Connie Hedegaard urges world leaders attending the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development in Rio de Janeiro this June to double the share of [...] Read »
from dezeen
Dezeen archive: red buildings
Dezeen archive:  one of our most controversial stories this week was a strikingly red psychiatric centre , so weve grouped together all of our stories about bright red architecture.  See [...] Read »
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House in Nakameguro by Yoritaka Hayashi Architects
Translucent windows create a glowing frame around the facade of this Tokyo townhouse when the lights are turned on inside. (more&) Read »
More is More
One of the most special things I was able to do on my recent trip to Los Angeles was visit Tony Duquette's legendary home  Dawnridge and meet Hutton Wilkinson.  The timing couldn't have been [...] Read »
Chalet Beranger By Noé Duchaufour Lawrance
Walnut Studios Leather Bicycle Can Cage
Blinged Out NFL Helmets
Dublin Ohio Plans 1000-acre Urban Development in the Heart of Suburbia
The City of Dublin, Ohio is an affluent Columbus suburb typically known for its good schools, easy access to jobs, and low density housing and retail developments that have rapidly sprawled [...] Read »
Via Domus; Intelligent architecture for current times
The project of Lacaton-Vassal-Druot is a brilliant contemporary example of working within built-up heritage, solving with an exceptional industrial and even adaptable solution the problem which [...] Read »
Chicago Streetscene: Ghosts, 1911
click for larger view The Library of Congress is one of the great resources for historical photographs.  Within its American Memory collection are 25,000 glass plate negatives, transparencies [...] Read »
Illusion Half Lamp By Hareide Design
Two Magazines
Recently I received a couple magazines that are both fairly new, albeit completely new to me. Based out of Italy, Boundaries: International Architectural Magazine is "a quarterly international [...] Read »
IBagnoAlessi One Bathroom Collection
The office as an App, redux
David Galbraith offers an interesting vision for the transformation of thinking about and designing houses. My interest is less in the specifics of his design, but more in the consideration of [...] Read »
The Architecture Meltdown
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Brookvale Park Residence by Juliana & Tristan
Robin Hood Gardens
Robin Hood Gardens is a large housing estate in Poplar in East London designed by the architects Peter and Alison Smithson and completed in 1972. The estate is owned by Tower Hamlets Council [...] Read »
Sin In Linen For Valentine's Day.
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Susan G. Komen for the Cure Apologizes to Planned Parenthood
The Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation apologized yesterday for cutting of funding to Planned Parenthood, promising to continue funding the group. On Tuesday, Susan G. Komen cut of funding [...] Read »
Tomorrow I'll be discussing copyright in architecture with architect Lebbeus Woods , music critic Geeta Dayal , AAAARG webmaster Sean Dockray , and NYU law professor Amy Adler . The event will [...] Read »
Monthly Calendar by CAFElab Studio: February
The Story of Straw... and how to use straw in a modern building.
Construction was completed on a new straw bale building for the University of Nottingham which brings together the School of Biosciences and the School of Veterinary and Medical Sciences. The [...] Read »
Ultra-stylish New York Loft Renovation by ixdesign
The office as an App, redux
David Galbraith offers an interesting vision for the transformation of thinking about and designing houses. My interest is less in the specifics of his design, but more in the consideration of [...] Read »
New York City Timelapse by J. Adam Giese .. Read »