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As Milan's San Siro stadium goes, so goes the city >>

AC Milan’s Serie A championship title over the weekend brought out the missives on placemaking and memory concerning the club’s future in the 96-year-old stadium adored by the Milanese as their seconda casa.  The facilities, last upgraded in 1990 and renovated throughout the 2000…

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Richard Neutra-designed Oregon home hits the market at $3,750,000 >>

A Portland house with a provenance like no other is for sale. The revolutionary dwelling was designed 82 years ago by modernist architect Richard Neutra for lily hybridizer Jan de Graaff and his wife, Peggy, heir to the Macy’s department store owner who died on the Titanic.The ho…

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More Funds to Transform the Puente Hills Landfill into a Regional Park >>

More Funds to Transform the Puente Hills Landfill into a Regional Park clementkhlau Mon, 05/23/2022 - 11:00 Primary Image Recently, there have been much discussion at both the federal and state levels of government about achieving “30x30,” the goal of conserving 30 percent of lan…

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Denver Freeway Widening Plans on Hold >>

Denver Freeway Widening Plans on Hold James Brasuell Mon, 05/23/2022 - 10:00 Primary Image Plans to widen Interstate 25 through Denver have been shelved by the Colorado Department of Transportation. Michael Booth reports for the Colorado Sun: “Highway officials have given up on e…

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Public Perceptions of Sprawl and Greenhouse Gas Emissions >>

Public Perceptions of Sprawl and Greenhouse Gas Emissions James Brasuell Mon, 05/23/2022 - 09:00 Primary Image You might have noticed a viral tweet from April that criticized a satellite view of New York City as proof of the bad environmental outcomes of urban living. “Imagine li…

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Cabins in Fuquene / Taller Dos arquitectos >>

The project presented a design challenge for our studio, which consisted of making the most of a property located in a mountainous region, with sloping topography and a unique panoramic view of the great Fúquene lake and the natural landscape that surrounds it. We wanted to gener…

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Housing Market May Finally Be Cooling Down >>

Housing Market May Finally Be Cooling Down Diana Ionescu Mon, 05/23/2022 - 08:00 Primary Image After years of climbing prices and falling supplies, the housing market is finally showing some signs that it is stabilizing. As reported by Alana Semuels in Time, “Existing home sales…

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IKEA completes bookcase-inspired store in Vienna, Austria >>

Austria-based architecture office querkraft has completed an IKEA furniture store in the country’s capital Vienna, whose exterior was inspired by bookcases. Designed as a car-free venue, the scheme was developed with the vision of being a “good neighbor” for the surrounding commu…

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Report: Bike Commuting Up by 61 Percent Since 2000 >>

Report: Bike Commuting Up by 61 Percent Since 2000 Diana Ionescu Mon, 05/23/2022 - 07:00 Primary Image A report from The Bike Adviser outlines the state of bike commuting in the United States. “More and more Americans nowadays seem to value the exercise that they get from using t…

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Foster + Partners designs Manila skyscraper with wraparound verandas >>

British architecture studio Foster + Partners has unveiled the BWDC Residential Tower in Manila, Philippines, which will feature wraparound verandas with large roof overhangs that help keep the apartments cool. Designed to have expansive views of a golf club in central Manila, t…

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House Mirlo / PALMA >>

For this home renovation project in Sayulita, two main actions were carried out. In the centre of the house, in the original location of the kitchen, part of the roof was removed to create an interior courtyard that serves as an access and distribution hall between the private an…

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Concrete Estates: The Legacy of Soviet-Era Housing >>

When cities grow, fuelled by an expanding population, housing becomes an essential component of the urban character of a metropolis. Across the world, housing experiments have been propagated by governments and states, with mixed results, and undoubtedly mixed opinions. The Sovie…

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Mount Veeder Outpost / Atelier Jorgensen >>

Situated amongst tall redwoods scarred from recent forest fires, perched on the side of Mount Veeder, the dwelling is nestled into the hillside overlooking Yountville and Stags Leap. The outpost is traditionally a small camp positioned at the edge of the country or known parts of…

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Descending Window: The Window That Disappears Into The Floor >>

At the touch of a button, the entire window front magically sinks into the ground, merging the interior with the exterior. This is the effect of the air-lux descending window, which acts not just as a glass front, but a highlight all year round that blends the indoors with the ou…

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How the Renaissance Influenced Architecture >>

After a prolonged period known as the Middle-Ages, a growing desire to both study and mimic nature itself began to emerge, with an inclination to discover and explore the world. Between 1400-1600 A.D. Europe was to witness a significant revival of the fine arts, painting, sculptu…

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Nature and Culture Park Courtyard / Agence Spatiale >>

The municipality of St-Élie-de-Caxton has teamed up with the firm Agence Spatiale for the design and implementation of a courtyard to host various artistic and cultural performances in the Nature and Culture Park. The place encourages meetings and gatherings while honoring the i…

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Chajá House / TATÚ Arquitectura >>

The site is located near the Laguna del Sauce, Maldonado, and had an abandoned construction that was previously used for the storage of forage and field tools. The construction had been executed in traditional construction and although it was in disuse, a large part of its struct…

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A’Design Award and Competition: Meet the 2021-2022 Winners >>

“Good design deserves great recognition”. This statement encapsulates the A'Design Award and Competition, an award for designers, innovators and companies that wish to stand out and attract the attention of the media, editors and buyers. These aspects are especially important in…

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Shoonya House / BandukSmith Studio >>

Perched on the edge of town, along a buffer of potato farmlands, is a residence, Shoonya (meaning zero) designed for a young family. The brief was to design a house that would naturally withstand the harsh climate conditions of northern Gujarat and create various scales of openne…

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Waseda University Honjo Senior High School Gymnasium / Nikken Sekkei >>

As this is a gymnasium of a high school affiliated with a leading private university in Japan, its design concept flows from how it should be portrayed as an educational facility. Generally speaking, gym windows are covered with blackout curtains when competitions are held. With…

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Set Ideas completes two modular home prototypes in Argentina >>

Argentinian studio Set Ideas has completed two small cabins in Córdoba that aim to offer high-quality living spaces within a tight footprint. Encompassing only 40 square metres, the TINY_MOD cabins – which stands for Tiny Module – were completed in 2021. The small, black cabins…

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Andras Kaldor obituary >>

My friend Andras Kaldor, who has died aged 83, was an architect, writer, artist and gallery owner in Dartmouth, Devon. A refugee from Hungary, he was steeped in both western and eastern European tradition.Andras was born and raised in Budapest, son of Margit (nee Gazdag) and Andr…

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Luciano Basso raises concrete home around tree in southern Brazil >>

Luciano Basso has completed a concrete home in the forests of southern Brazil that is built around a mature Paraná pine tree. The project was commissioned by a young couple, who wanted a home that would integrate harmoniously with the area's surrounding vegetation. The 240 squar…

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10 eating & drinking spaces we liked this week >>

In case you haven't checked out Archinect's Pinterest boards in a while, we have compiled ten recently pinned images from outstanding projects on various Archinect Firm and People profiles. Today's top images (in no particular order) are from the board Eating & Drinking Spaces. T…

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De Matos Ryan adds timber playspace to garden of London home >>

Architecture studio De Matos Ryan has created a treeless treehouse named Penfold in the garden of a London home, with a pyramidal timber structure that is accessible only by crawling beneath it. Named after a character in Danger Mouse, the favourite cartoon of the client's child…

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Perkins&Will reimagines Camp Lakota after fire in southern California >>

Architecture studio Perkins&Will has used prefabricated components and mass timber to create a series of A-framed cabins and a dining hall at a California campground that was partly destroyed by fire. Camp Lakota is located in the mountain community of Frazier Park, which lies a…

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Thailand's all(zone) will create the 2022 MPavilion >>

Innovative Thai practice all(zone) has been named the winner of Australia’s coveted annual MPavilion commission, now in its ninth iteration coming out of a two-year pandemic hiatus. The Bangkok-based studio will reveal its design for Melbourne's Queen Victoria Gardens site in Jul…

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Barcelona is developing a digital twin within a 19th-century chapel >>

Barcelona has become the latest city to begin construction on a digital twin of itself. Currently in a test phase, the data-driven replica of the city is expected to be operational by 2027, at which point it will be used as an urban planning tool to shape the city’s future develo…

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Glass walls and reflecting pool surround private spa at Israeli house >>

Pitsou Kedem Architects has completed a private spa in Herzliya, Israel, which is lined with glazed walls and designed so that its owners feel like they are on a vacation without needing to leave home. The client for the project asked Tel Aviv studio Pitsou Kedem Architects to d…

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What Is House Cladding and How to Choose the Right Material >>

Are you not able to decide on the best way to protect the exterior of your newly built house? You might have already considered applying a few coats of protective paint, but that won’t be enough to protect your walls from weathering in the long term. What you’ll need is exterior…

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Daniel Libeskind's Jewish Museum is a "foreboding experience" >>

Continuing our series on deconstructivism we look at the Jewish Museum in Berlin, one of the architect Daniel Libeskind's first completed projects. The zigzagging, titanium-zinc-clad building was the winner of an anonymous competition held in 1988 for an extension to the origina…

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12 Best Silent Mechanical Keyboards | Reviews & Buyer’s Guide >>

Keyboards aren’t a one-size-fits-all device, and gaming keyboards require even greater personalization.  Thus, when playing an important game, you should have the right keyboard on hand since that can make a huge difference in the results. The ideal mechanical keyboard will incor…

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On the mystery and magic appeal of LA's iconic visual language >>

The apartment signs of L.A. announce location through flair, decadence, strangeness, absurdity, signification. When you see an otherwise unremarkable name affixed to a building in your neighborhood, you know — probably to the exact number of paces or miles, if you counted — how m…

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Dezeen Debate newsletter features Miami's first supertall skyscraper >>

The latest edition of Dezeen Debate features plans for Miami's first supertall skyscraper. Subscribe to Dezeen Debate now! Sieger Suarez Architects and Uruguayan architect Carlos Ott have designed Miami's first supertall skyscraper for hotel brand Waldorf Astoria. It will have 1…

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HENN’s massive new Zoomlion headquarters breaks ground in China >>

The latest in a lineage of corporate headquarters designs that dates to 1965 is officially underway in China’s Hunan Province, the product of a multi-year collaboration between HENN and the heavy manufacturing giant Zoomlion. The Z-shaped design includes a museum, data center, an…

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Three tips for overcoming procrastination during the creative process >>

As creative professionals, architects are prone to procrastination. In his acclaimed book The War of Art, author Steven Pressfield breaks down the many reasons why procrastination is a prevalent part in the creative process. “Procrastination is the most common manifestation of [c…

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Ingrid Schroder named director of the Architectural Association >>

London's Architectural Association has named the British-American architect and academic Ingrid Schroder as its new director, making her the second woman to ever hold the post. Schroder was selected as director by Architectural Association (AA) today from a shortlist of five app…

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Daniel Libeskind is deconstructivism's "late bloomer" >>

We continue our deconstructivist architecture series with a profile of Daniel Libeskind who designed one of the movement's most evocative buildings, the Jewish Museum Berlin. You know, we shouldn't be comfortable in this world, Polish-American architect Libeskind once told an au…

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All(zone) chosen to design MPavilion 2022 in Melbourne >>

Bangkok architecture studio All(zone) has been revealed as the next practice to design Melbourne's MPavilion, an annual architecture commission similar to London's Serpentine Pavilion. All(zone) will become the ninth designer to create a pavilion for the prestigious annual commi…

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BIG wraps Vltava Philharmonic Hall in ascending colonnades >>

Danish architecture studio BIG has unveiled plans for a national concert hall in Prague that features protruding angular colonnades, which double as large balconies. Named the Vltava Philharmonic Hall, the venue will be built on the bank of the Vltava river in central Prague. It…

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Snapchat co-founder offers to repay student loans for Otis 2022 grads >>

Otis College of Art and Design has received a significant donation that will allow for the payment of student loans of students in the graduating Class of 2022. The money comes from Snap Inc. CEO Evan Spiegel and his wife Miranda Kerr, KORA Organics CEO and model, through their p…

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BIG selected as designers of the new Vltava Philharmonic Hall in Prague >>

BIG has been announced as the winner of a global competition to design the new Vltava Philharmonic Hall in Prague.  The firm beat out proposals by SANAA, David Chipperfield Architects, Snøhetta, Ateliers Jean Nouvel, Diller Scofidio + Renfro, and other international studios for w…

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