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Vertical City For New York

Vertical City For New York

Editors’ Choice 2019 Skyscraper Competition Arman Salemi, Laura Clark United States This project aims to speculate on the potential future of incentivized zoning in New York City. The proposal is for the tallest building in Manhattan,...
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Jaimie Shorten wins Antepavilion competition with "anti-authoritarian" shark installation

Jaimie Shorten wins Antepavilion competition with ...

Architect Jaimie Shorten will install six singing shark sculptures in a London canal after winning this year\'s Antepavilion competition organised by the Architecture Foundation. Titled SHARKS!, this pavilion will consist of six model sharks... -
"I feel like a bit of a fake" says David Chipperfield in Dezeen's latest podcast

"I feel like a bit of a fake" says David...

Dezeen\'s Face to Face podcast series continues with an interview with British architect David Chipperfield, who describes growing up on a farm, struggling at school, how Zaha Hadid saved him from failing his architecture diploma ? and why he... -


o?shell experiments with tension based structures and student collaboration in india

o?shell experiments with tension based structures ...

the experimental project sought to facilitate vital hands-on experience while exploring the relationship between form and force. The post o’shell experiments with tension based structures and student collaboration in india appeared first on... -
Studio in Paris by Katarina Mijic

Studio in Paris by Katarina Mijic

This tiny apartment located in Paris, France, has been redesigned in 2015 by Katarina Mijic. Description Welcome to an oak wood home of a young Parisian photographer. It tends to link the outside flat rooftop lawn and the... -
Open or closed" The status of construction sites in Canada during COVID-19

Open or closed" The status of construction si...

Ricardo Gomez Angel on Unsplash As provinces roll out emergency measures, construction sites in some parts of the country are closing, while in others, they remain open. Construction sites are presently closed in Quebec, with the exception of... -
Estudio Nu retrofits creative studios in former Buenos Aires workshop

Estudio Nu retrofits creative studios in former Bu...

Translucent glass doors fold open to reveal the studio that architecture firm Estudio Nu has created inside a dental mechanics workshop in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Estudio Nu had shared the Lerma workshop in the city\'s Villa Crespo... -


Daily coronavirus architecture and design briefing: 31 March

Daily coronavirus architecture and design briefing...

Daily coronavirus briefing: today\'s architecture and design coronavirus briefing includes news on Dubai Expo 2020, how Covid-19 hospitals are built, Sam Jacob\'s design academy and an F1 team making a breathing aid. How emergency coronavirus... -
RIBA president Alan Jones unexpectedly steps down

RIBA president Alan Jones unexpectedly steps down

The president of the Royal Institute of British Architects has temporarily stepped down from his role due to personal reasons. Jones, who became RIBA president in September 2019, told the organisation that he needed to "take some time out" from... -
glimpse into the surreal, overgrown environments envisioned by paul milinski

glimpse into the surreal, overgrown environments e...

the designer imagines environments \'where leaking light through leaves becomes nature\'s disco ball.\' The post glimpse into the surreal, overgrown environments envisioned by paul milinski appeared first on designboom | architecture & design... -
Compluvium House by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos

Compluvium House by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos

This luxurious minimalist residence located in Madrid, Spain, has been designed in 2020 by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos. Description The Greeks, as well as the Etruscans and the Romans used compluvium in aristocratic dwellings... -


Mesh and paper-pulp partitions feature inside Nanjing's Shiwu store

Mesh and paper-pulp partitions feature inside Nanj...

Mesh panels dipped in paper pulp, polycarbonate and OSB timber merge to form the textured interior of this lifestyle store in Nanjing, China, designed by architecture studio CATS. Located along a narrow alleyway next to the city\'s China Modern... -
Alley Cat: A Modern Backyard DADU in Seattle for a Busy Couple

Alley Cat: A Modern Backyard DADU in Seattle for a...

Detached Auxiliary Dwelling Units (DADU) have become more common over the years as housing prices have risen and inventory has declined. Most of the people adding a smaller living structure to their backyard are those wanting to rent them out for... -
The Parchment Works house extension built inside ruined stone walls

The Parchment Works house extension built inside r...

The ruins of a 17th-century parchment factory and old cattle shed form part of a residential extension by Will Gamble Architects in Northamptonshire, UK. Named The Parchment Works, the extension introduces an open-plan kitchen, living and dining... -
nendo?s stairway house leads into a light, plant-filled interior in tokyo

nendo?s stairway house leads into a light, plant-f...

in a residential area of tokyo, nendo has taken the humble staircase and supersized it to create the main feature of this striking new house. The post nendo’s stairway house leads into a light, plant-filled interior in tokyo appeared first on... -
from le corbusier to rietveld and gaudí, virtually tour iconic architecture around the world

from le corbusier to rietveld and gaudí, virtually...

we?ve made a round-up of iconic architecture for you to virtually move around. The post from le corbusier to rietveld and gaudí, virtually tour iconic architecture around the world appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine. -
OSH Apartment by Albert Bagdasaryan

OSH Apartment by Albert Bagdasaryan

Located in the Saratov region, Russia, this amazing apartment has been designed in 2019 by Albert Bagdasaryan. Photography courtesy of Albert Bagdasaryan Visit Albert Bagdasaryan -
Stairs Carve A Path Through This Minimalist Japanese House

Stairs Carve A Path Through This Minimalist Japane...

Photography by Daici Ano Architecture firm Nendo has designed a minimalist house in a quiet residential area of Tokyo, that has stairs traveling from the exterior to the interior. Designed as a home for two families, the layout of the house is... -
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