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Apartment In Lapa / Construir Habitar Pensar Arquitectos
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Call For Proposals: Living in the Spatial Shift
MOINOPOLIS recently launched call for proposals for their competition, Living in the Spatial Shift. The competition aims examine the multifaceted opportunities and risks associated with the paradigmatic [...] Read »
x-WEEK Event
[ March 6, 2012 0:00 to March 9, 2012 0:00. ] Studio-X, which is GSAPP’s (Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation) global network of advanced research laboratories for exploring [...] Read »
Alvito Complex / Claudio Sat Unipessoal lda
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‘Fasten Your City Belt’ Exhibit / Haiko Cornelissen Architecten
[ March 8, 2012; 0:00; ] On March 8th, the urban transformation strategy Fasten Your City Belt, designed by Haiko Cornelissen Architecten , will be exhibited and published by the Netherlands [...] Read »
DP Architects / Collin Anderson
We recently received a monograph of DP Architects  work. Started in 1967 DP Architects have become internationally acclaimed architecture firm with 1200 employees in 12 offices worldwide. DP [...] Read »
House on College Hill / Friedrich St. Florian Architects
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2012 MoMA PS1 YAP Runner-Up: Coney Inland / Cameron Wu
ArchDaily announced the winning proposal for the 2012 MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program (YAP) in February. In order to bring you full coverage of the annual competition, we are featuring [...] Read »
from dezeen
House in Iizuka by rhythmdesign
A small wooden dining table at the heart of this house in Fukuoka, Japan, is overlooked from every other room. (more&) Read »
Sculpture Objects & Functional Art Fair in NYC April 20-23
The Mop House project by Kuwaiti studio AGI Architects
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Modestly modernist, Le Corbusier's summer bungalow
Wonderful story from The Guardian about how the architect came to spend 18 fruitful summers living and working in his 12-square foot rustic wooden cabanon  on the Côte d'Azur ,  and the [...] Read »
The Architecture Post The Review second edition featuring Julia van den Hout and Kyle May, editors of CLOG Magazine
Today's edition of The Architecture Post The Review is this time on magazines, specifically on architecture magazines. Indeed, we discuss newborn CLOG Magazine with editors Kyle May and Julia [...] Read »
Impressive Underwater Bridge Between Denmark And Sweden
NYC20 Art and Design Fair, April 12-15, at Lincoln Center
Book review - Ghetto at the Center of the World: Chungking Mansions, Hong Kong
There is nowhere else in the world quite like Chungking Mansions, a dilapidated seventeen-story commercial and residential structure in the heart of Hong Kong's tourist district. A remarkably [...] Read »
Why Don’t We Read About Architecture?
Buildings are discussed  indeed aspects of them obsessed upon  but almost exclusively in the context of economics. This building went over budget, that surplus of houses led to the foreclosure [...] Read »
Zaha Hadid : Form in Motion ,TimeLapse.. via Philadelphia Museum of Art Read »
San Francisco: The Miniature MINIMUS via clickminimus Read »
Rosselli Apartment Parkour: A Detour.. by Luigi Rosselli via Luigi Rosselli Architects Read »
Out of Balance Plywood Stool by Thorsten Franck
Eco-friendly Modular Playhouses For Kids
Passive House Holmes, Shedding Light, The Green Premium, + 100-Mile Houses
100-mile houses. Shedding light in the incandescent phase out. Confirmed: green homes sell for more money. How green are todays modular homes? Mike Holmes: look at Passive Houses. The future [...] Read »
from Inhabit
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie To Build Eco-Friendly Theme Park for Their Six Kids
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are the parents every kid wishes they had. The celebrity super-couple is reportedly finalizing plans to build an underground, eco-friendly theme park for their six [...] Read »
from Guttae