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WORKSHOP for Everlane / The Principles
The Principles& just recently completed an interactive project, titled the “Workshop”, for the clothing brand Everlane in the Meatpacking district of New York. As part of the Everlanes Not-a-Shop [...] Read »
Fidalga 800 Building / Reinach Mendonça Arquitetos Associados
  PREMIADOS OBRAS CONCLUÍDAS: Prêmio AsBEA - O projeto foi o vencedor na categoria edifícios e conjuntos residenciais em 2012.  Read »
Edifício Corujas Proposal / FGMF Arquitetos
Designed by FGMF Arquitetos& , the proposal for the Edifício Corujas, aims to create a more humane space to work, going against the traditional mirrored glass cubes located in regions of São [...] Read »
Yashima Project / Shogo Iwata
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In Progress: AvB Tower / Wiel Arets Architects
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modeLab Dynamic Behaviors in Processing Webinar
[ January 4, 2013; 14:00 to 16:30. ] The Dynamic Behaviors in Processing Webinar, which takes place January 4th from 2:00-4:30pm EST and put on by modeLab, will go in depth with the process of [...] Read »
Municipal Library of Greve / MDU Architetti
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Mountain Research / General Design
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As the 2012 Jencks Award winner, Rem Koolhaas& charts the evolution of his ideas and built projects in this lecture provided by RIBA. He describes a double life split between practice and theory, [...] Read »
Ancient Arts Center Discovered Under Rome's Piazza Venezia
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The Incredible Story Of How The Burj Khalifa’s Poop is Trucked Out of Town
Youd think that the worlds tallest building  a structure that requires amazingly complex engineering and technology to reach its heights  would have an equally impressive sewage system. Unfortunately, [...] Read »
CAFElab Studio, 2012 works
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University of Texas Fracking Study Discredited Over Researcher’s Financial Interests in Natural Gas
The University of Texas (UT) at Austin has withdrawn a prominent study of the environmental effects of hydraulic fracturing or “fracking,” the controversial process used for extraction of [...] Read »
Pantone Mood Food and More by Room Copenhagen
The Library Chronicles – Part 1
This post is the first of three marking the 10th anniversary of the Eugene Public Library. It’s hard for me to believe it’s been a full decade since the new main branch of the Eugene [...] Read »
from lewism
The event itself, a week or so into the new year, will involve little fuss, simply a few households moving into refurbished flats. But the symbolism is momentous: a rebirth for one of Britains [...] Read »
Renzo Piano: my inspiration for the Shard
Piano apparently sketched his idea on a restaurant napkin while meeting property developer Irvine Sellar in March 2000. According to Piano's architectural firm, RPBW, Sellar keeps the famous [...] Read »
from Inhabit
Nanomaterials That Split Sunlight into Separate Colors Could Double Solar Cell Efficiency
Solar technologies are constantly evolving towards higher efficiencies thanks to the development of materials capable of absorbing more of the suns visible energy. A new DARPA-funded project [...] Read »
Shale 2.0 by YOD Design Lab
Hand Made Flat Packable iPhone Stand
Yes, Virginia, there will be a 2013 -  the January Calendar of Chicago Architectural Events: Gang, Kearns, Guen, Vivian Maier and more!
Yes, we survived 2012 and now live to tell the tale of the January 2013 Calendar of Chicago Architectural Events .The year starts out this Thursday, with Friends of Downtown asking What Do You [...] Read »
Emulation: I.1
News from Hadrian’s World     the Madonna di Loreto and Trajan's Column, from Piazza Venezia I’m winding up my manuscript on Emulation to deliver to the publisher. It’s been [...] Read »
Digital Print Recycled Resin
Concrete Lamp | Unit-Berlin
Recycled Paper Bale Structure In Essen Germany
Minna Palmqvist spring/summer 2013
Octopus Tentacle Bathroom Towel Hook
Interstitial – between architecture and landscape
The nexus between architecture and landscape – the interstitial space – is a fascinating place for a designer. It is the very edges of things; in nature, in objects and in buildings that [...] Read »
12 Favorite Projects of 2012
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Innovative Folding nCycle Speeds Towards Futuristic E-Bike Design
This futuristic bike from nCycle combines a stripped-down and streamlined frame with a powerful electric motor to offer a speedy alternative to automotive transportation. The fold-up bicycle [...] Read »
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Move Over Bloody Marys – Asparagus is the New Hangover Cure
Theres a new cure for champagne-induced New Year’s Eve hangovers. We used to think that Bloody Marys or a cup of coffee were miracle hangover cures, but new research shows that a few stalks [...] Read »
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Read the rest of Boat-Shaped Nueva Esperanza School in Ecuador Was Built With Bamboo, Timber and Straw Permalink | Add to | digg Post tags: "natural materials", agriculture, bamboo, [...] Read »
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Read the rest of Haus im Haus: Hamburgs Historic Chamber of Commerce Renovated With a Gleaming Glass Gem Permalink | Add to | digg Post tags: adaptive reuse, Benisch Architecten, [...] Read »
Kingdom of Kitsch
The oversize public monuments and buildings in the capital of North Korea confirm the subservience of the citizen to the state and display the ghastly aesthetic imperatives of totalitarian art. [...] Read »
Classic Concorde Chair Re-issued
Paperfish Restaurant by Clive Wilkinson Architects
Romi Hefetz | Ceramic Shopping Bag Planters
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Snow Made With Treated Wastewater Covers Ski Slopes in Arizona
A ski resort in Arizona has been angling to use artificial snow to bolster its slopes for the last seven years, but a slew of legal issues has prevented them from doing so  until now. After [...] Read »
The 4,000m 2 Museum of Biodiversity situated on the mouth of the Panama Canal in Panama City is Frank Gehry's first project in Latin America. Exhibition coordinator, Darien Montañes, explains [...] Read »
Uto Elementary School by Kazuhiro Kojima + Kazuko Akamatsu / CAt via  JA+U Read »