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Palazzo Senza Tempo / Mario Cucinella Architects >>

Revival of an Italian Hilltown. Designed by Mario Cucinella Architects for the historic centre of Peccioli, Palazzo Senza Tempo is a response to the municipal administration’s desire to encourage new cultural programmes and commercial activity while enhancing the built heritage o…

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Pithouse in Kikuna / atelierco >>

Confronting the land on which architecture was built - This is the renovation of a wooden building that stands on the site of a shell mound that bears traces of the early Jomon period, about 15,000 years ago. The building was built as a share house (six rooms), but it was sold th…

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Sugi House / Condon Scott Architects >>

It was on a Japanese ski trip that the owners of this Wanaka house came to appreciate the efficiency of small spaces. Staying in a compact two-bedroom vacation home in the mountains, they saw that a small, carefully designed house could be comfortable and pleasant to live in. Bas…

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Dissecting the Eviction Crisis >>

Dissecting the Eviction Crisis James Brasuell Mon, 11/29/2021 - 12:00 Primary Image An eviction crisis has loomed over the United States since the lockdowns and stay-at-home orders of Spring 2020, but it's always been hard to tell how bad the effects if the pandemic would be for…

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Bubble Parking Medical Clinic / Yasue Imai >>

Who would have predicted that the spread of COVID-19 would drastically change our perception of the world, human existence, and space in 2020? In the small clinic where my father works, it is difficult to keep the general outpatient clinic and the fever outpatient clinic in separ…

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Toronto Reconsidering its Parking Requirements >>

Toronto Reconsidering its Parking Requirements James Brasuell Mon, 11/29/2021 - 10:00 Primary Image Citing concerns about a changing climate and the changing habits of urban dwellers, Toronto city council is set to decide if it will keep requiring a minimum number of parking spac…

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Laughter Hair Salon / SIDES CORE >>

The north entrance faces a main road and features a wide, open space with high ceilings. The south end of the salon has a mezzanine level that rises 1580mm above the main floor. From the high windows, cutout views of the sky are visible. We designed this salon to take full advant…

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Henning Larsen unveils its second mass timber project for Copenhagen >>

As part of the firm’s continued experimentation with the increasingly popular building method in its hometown, Henning Larsen and Ramboll have unveiled a new design for what will eventually become Copenhagen’s largest mass timber structure. The new Marmormolen area development sc…

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A Primer on Arlington County's Missing Middle Housing Study >>

A Primer on Arlington County's Missing Middle Housing Study Diana Ionescu Mon, 11/29/2021 - 09:00 Primary Image According to an article by Ally Schweitzer, Virginia's Arlington County is entering the second phase of a comprehensive study to evaluate how the county can encourage c…

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BlackCliff House / McLeod Bovell Modern Houses >>

The BlackCliff House is situated on Canada’s west coast, perched on a granite rock rising 40 meters above the shoreline below. This location is a geographical “halfway” point for a dispersed family who are intermittently working and living on multiple continents. The home accommo…

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NoMad London declared Hotel of the Year at AHEAD Europe 2021 awards >>

Dezeen promotion: AHEAD has unveiled the winners of its Europe 2021 edition, including its coveted Hotel of the Year award, which was taken home by luxury hotelier NoMad's London hotel. The Awards for Hospitality Experience and Design (AHEAD) celebrates compelling hospitality pr…

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Cincinnati Approves Funding for Affordable Housing >>

Cincinnati Approves Funding for Affordable Housing Diana Ionescu Mon, 11/29/2021 - 07:00 Primary Image The Cincinnati City Council has approved close to $1 million in funding for an affordable housing project, reports Becca Costello for WVXU. As Costello writes, The Barrister pro…

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Deus Ex Machine Store / Meireles + Pavan Arquitetura >>

Deus Ex Machina, a famous brand of Australian origin whose products are geared towards motorcycles, surfing, and fashion in the post-modern world, chose São Paulo to house its first store in Brazil. Recently opened on the traditional Avenida Rebouças, the project signed by the ar…

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Apex House / John McAslan + Partners >>

Tenure blind housing to revitalise Tottenham. Apex House, a high-quality regeneration project by John McAslan + Partners, is a cluster of three inter-connected brick-clad buildings rising to a peak of 23-storeys over the junction of Seven Sisters Road and Tottenham High Road in n…

21 hours ago
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Carlos Gris creates Malaysian-informed home in the Cambridgeshire Fens >>

Lightly charred timber clads the walls of Sayang House, a house conceived by designer Carlos Gris for an aunt who had returned to UK after 20 years abroad. Gris designed the home for his aunt Gretta Funnell, who decided to leave her home in Malaysia and move to the Cambridgeshir…

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How to Improve Lighting in the Workplace >>

People spend hours at work every day. Offices still fail to recognise the difference lighting can make to their workspaces. Lighting is an important matter when talking about visual comfort and productivity. Optimized lighting can help to improve performance and there are determi…

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Off-White Flagship Store Miami / Virgil Abloh + AMO >>

Located at 127 NE 41 Street, in the heart of the city’s dynamic and expanding Design District, the bi-floor space has been designed by Off-White’s founder and creative director, Virgil Abloh together with AMO—the boundary-pushing research and design branch of the renowned archite…

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Developers challenged over carbon footprint of new buildings in UK >>

Critics say retrofitting rather than demolishing and constructing buildings has less climate impactThere is a new front in Britain’s planning wars. Rows over obstructed views and architectural style are being elbowed aside by concerns about the carbon footprint of new buildings.T…

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23 featured architecture job opportunities in Philadelphia >>

Looking for exciting architectural career opportunities in Philadelphia? Lots of new openings have been posted on Archinect's job board recently, which is why we're highlighting a selection of active employers in this week's curated jobs picks. For the complete list of available…

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Learning Viewpoint by Al Borde overlooks an Ecuadorian forest preserve >>

Architectural studio Al Borde used blackened wood and a cement-coated canopy to form an observation deck and classroom in a protected natural area in southwestern Ecuador. The project, called Learning Viewpoint, is located near Guayaquil in the Cerro Blanco Protected Forest – a…

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This week we revealed this year's Dezeen Awards winners >>

This week on Dezeen, we revealed the architecture, interiors, design, media projects and studios that won trophies at the Dezeen Awards 2021. This year, 50 winners including studios, individual architects and designers were chosen from more than 4,700 entries from 86 different c…

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SOM unveils a new media hub for the Toronto waterfront >>

Designs by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) took center stage as the City of Toronto announced a partnership between Los Angeles-based real estate investors Hackman Capital Partners (HCP) and production [...] Read More... The post SOM unveils a new media hub for the Toronto water…

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Register for our Architecture Project Talk about Bert by Precht >>

Architect Chris Precht will present Bert, a modular timber house, at Dezeen's next Architecture Project Talk, presented in partnership with the Forest Stewardship Council. Register now to watch the webinar at 1:00pm London time on Tuesday 2 December. During the webinar architect…

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Ten most popular Dezeen School Shows of 2021 >>

We have now published over 170 school shows! As we approach the end of 2021, here are the ten most popular showcases of student work from throughout the year. Dezeen School Shows provides universities with an affordable digital platform to put the work of their students in front…

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Francisco Pardo tucks Casa Aguacates into hillside in rural Mexico >>

Mexican architect Francisco Pardo has created a partly underground weekend home that is meant to exist in pleasant tension with the natural landscape. Casa Aguacates is located in Valle de Bravo, a rural lake town that is a couple of hours by car from Mexico City. Known for its…

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Burberry creates mirrored pop-up store on Jeju Island >>

British fashion brand Burberry has installed a pop-up store that reflects a surrounding mountain range on Jeju Island, South Korea, for its latest outerwear clothing collection. Nestled at the foot of the Halla mountains on Jeju Island, The Imagined Landscapes Jeju is part of a…

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Zinc-clad hikers' cabin perches on a cliff edge in the Dolomites >>

Architecture practice Demogo has perched a small cabin on the dramatic Marmarole mountain range in Northern Italy's Dolomites, with a full-height window that gives the impression of almost falling over the edge of a cliff. With bunk beds to accommodate up to 12 people, Bivouac F…

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Tate Modern unveils a visual feast for the Great British Bake Off >>

The Tate apparently showed off a gingerbread model for the finale of the Great British Bake Off. This year’s winning entry for the BBC Channel 4 competition was an oversized remake of the Mad Hatter’s tea party from one-time architecture critic Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland…

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RIBA reveals next round of shortlisted House of the Year candidates >>

Following last week’s initial release of its annual House of the Year shortlist, the Royal Institute of British Architects has announced the next two projects that will, along with five others, vie for the influential award first established by the institute in 2013.The second up…

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Lakisha Woods named as 15th executive vice-president and CEO of the AIA >>

Lakisha Ann Woods, CAE, has been selected by the American Institute of Architects’ (AIA) Board of Directors as successor to outgoing AIA Executive Vice-President and Chief Executive Officer Robert Ivy, FAIA. [...] Read More... The post Lakisha Woods named as 15th executive vice-p…

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Ten statement buildings that never got built >>

After Foster + Partners' design for the Tulip tower was recently rejected by the UK government, we round up 10 other high-profile building projects that were never actually built. Mexico City airport by Foster + Partners The Tulip is not the first time Foster + Partners has seen…

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The Brooklyn Museum will get a $50 million revamp >>

Outgoing New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced yesterday afternoon that the Brooklyn Museum, the city’s second-largest art museum in physical size at 560,000 square feet, only behind the [...] Read More... The post The Brooklyn Museum will get a $50 million revamp appeared…

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Pulse On designs "zen-like" lobby for Shanghai cinema >>

The strings of musical instruments informed the vertical lighting elements and bookshelves of this cinema lobby and bookshop created by Hong Kong-based Pulse On for a site in Shanghai's Bingo Plaza shopping mall. Pulse On, which is part of the One Plus Partnership headed by Virg…

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Brooding beauty: why Carmarthenshire is Wales’ best-kept secret >>

With its glacial lakes, silky beaches and verdant hills, it’s a wonder this brilliant county for walking is often overlookedThank God no boozy poet or philandering painter was born or buried in Llandeilo in the heart of Carmarthenshire. If there were, it would probably be flooded…

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Nathan Johnson, Innovator of Modernist Black Churches, Passes Away at 96 >>

When The Detroit Free Press wrote a profile of Mr. Johnson in 1963, he declared his commitment to modernism and his extreme distaste for ornamentation and pastiche — “dishonest copies of the past,” as he put it. He particularly disliked colonial architecture. “We’re not living a…

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Amazon warehouses are wreaking havoc in California’s Inland Empire >>

In California’s Inland Empire, dozens of mega-warehouses for Amazon, UPS and other companies are choking the cities with traffic and air pollution. Some argue that the jobs warehouses provide aren’t worth the cost, while others say it’s online shopping that’s the real problem.Des…

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