This is a River of Links that is magically aggregated from the internet without any editing or sifting on our part. It is updated every hour.

Archinect - News
Architecture – Dezeen

BIG U flood defences for Manhattan move forward >>

The first phase of Bjarke Ingels' barrier system designed to protect Lower Manhattan from tidal surges and rising sea levels is getting underway. A request for proposal (RFP) for has been issued to find a stewardship partner for the BIG U project, which was created by a team tha…

1 hour ago
Planetizen - Urban Planning News, Jobs, and Education
Archinect - News

Planetizen - Urban Planning News, Jobs, and Education

Archinect - News

Our weekly wrap-up of new design competitions worth checking out >>

We get it. It can get a little overwhelming keeping up with the dozens of new architecture competitions launching worldwide on any given week — let alone having to stay on top of the multiple deadlines for each and every one. That's why Bustler is here to help! At the end of eve…

4 hours ago
Planetizen - Urban Planning News, Jobs, and Education
ArchDaily
Planetizen - Urban Planning News, Jobs, and Education

Archinect - News
ArchDaily
Planetizen - Urban Planning News, Jobs, and Education
Architecture | The Guardian
Planetizen - Urban Planning News, Jobs, and Education
ArchDaily
Architecture – Dezeen
ArchDaily

Rhizomatic Grid | TERMINAL 7 / Estudio Guto Requena >>

The design for the Terminal 7 club in Paris was developed by Estudio Guto Requena as a digital dreamlike environment—an invitation for people to leave their concerns outside and give way to dream and escapism.

9 hours ago
Architecture – Dezeen
Architects Journal - megaDropdownLatest

ArchDaily

What's the Difference Between a B.Arch and M.Arch Degree? >>

The process of becoming an architect can be as confusing as it is extensive. In this article, we'll demystify a crucial component of the path to a career in architecture: what degree you should get. Specifically, we’ll lay out the difference between two common, somewhat comparabl…

11 hours ago

Piedra Toro / Forge Craft Architecture >>

Piedra Toro is a 8,800 sf, 5-bedroom, 5-bath, spec home commissioned by a longtime collaborating general contractor who wanted a well-designed, contemporary home that could appeal to a wide range of people within a specific market of luxury home buyers.

11 hours ago
Architects Journal - megaDropdownLatest
ArchDaily


Open Call: The Best Student Design-Build Projects >>

When learning about architecture, there is no replacement for practical experience: seeing how materials can be joined together, how structural elements respond to the stresses placed upon them, or how construction techniques can alter the finished project. For this reason, it is…

14 hours ago



Recepcja / Znamy Się >>

This project holds a new place on the cultural map of Wroclaw, hosted by the organization called Wroclaw Culture Zone. These premises is located in one of the most interesting Wroclaw courtyards. The yard is mainly known for the exhibition of iconic Wroclaw neon signs, but also f…

18 hours ago


Xintiandi Temporary Reading Pavilion / Atelier Archmixing >>

For 2016 World Book Day, Shanghai based Atelier Archmixing was commissioned to create a temporary reading pavilion in Shanghai downtown’s hottest fashion venue, Xintiandi.  After fifteen days’ design, fifteen days’ material preparation and five days’ construction, the pavilion op…

20 hours ago

Haus 3 / Gellink + Schwämmlein Architekten >>

The location of House Three is characterized by an unobstructed view of the Swabian Alps, which includes a medieval monastery located in the center of the village. It was desired by the owners to have the monastery in direct sight from the house. The fulfillment of this wish was…

21 hours ago
WAN

Innovation thrives in Winnipeg >>

Diamond Schmitt Architects and Number TEN Architectural Group are combining on this project in Winnipeg’s Innovation Alley

21 hours ago

ArchDaily

Kanchanaburi House / Anghin Architecture >>

Kanchanaburi House Phase II is the new annex to a riverside house we designed back in 2014, it provides elevated views of the riverside and leisure facilities for the owner and her guests. Red terracotta cladding keeps the appearance of the house in line with the first house whil…

23 hours ago
Planetizen - Urban Planning News, Jobs, and Education
Archinect - News
Planetizen - Urban Planning News, Jobs, and Education
ArchDaily

Suwŏlok / STARSIS >>

”Suwŏlok”, a place with 60 years of history.Two houses, located at Subuk-ro, Gyuam-myeon, Buyeo-gun, were built in 1955 and 1962. These houses have been undergoing constant changes with their space design as different needs had arisen. Finally stabilized only after everyone has v…

1 day ago
Archinect - News

ArchDaily

The West house / H2 >>

The owner has lived in one of terraced house on Vo Truong Toan street, ward 9, Vung Tau city with size 5mx20m and 4 floors before. They bought the same house beside for their using necessary, which in the terraced house.

1 day ago
Archinect - News

ArchDaily

Elbow River Residence / Bohlin Cywinski Jackson >>

This modestly scaled house in Calgary’s gentrifying Erlton neighborhood occupies a site on the Elbow River with sweeping views of the downtown skyline. The owners, both professionals, desired a loft-like living space, open to views of the river and city.

1 day ago
Archinect - News

Editor's Picks #489 >>

Eric Baldwin kicked off a new series, Designing Practice. lt kicked off featuring chats with Evelyn Lee (of AIA’s YAF and Practice Innovation Lab) and Lola Sheppard (of Lateral Office) regarding Alternative or Expanded practice models in the 21st century. Plus, Duo Dickinson (ar…

1 day ago
Architectural Record
Architecture | The Guardian
Architectural Record
Architecture – Dezeen

Bloco Arquitetos gives "abstract character" to Cora House in Brasília >>

A stark white palette is used both outside and in this Brazilian home, designed by local firm Bloco Arquitetos as a series of angular volumes on a steep site. Cora House is situated on a sloping property in Brasília, and the incline of the land played a pivotal role in the massi…

1 day ago
Architecture
Architecture | The Guardian

Britain’s seaside shelters – in pictures >>

Will Scott has made a study of seaside shelters around the country. His photographs show the astonishing architectural variety in the quirky buildings designed to defeat the British weather. Seaside Shelters is published by Heni Publishing, with an accompanying exhibition at the…

1 day ago
Architectural Record
Builder: Building
Dexigner

Warming Huts 2019: Call For Proposals >>

Warming Huts, an open competition supported by the Manitoba Association of Architects, is now open for submissions for 2019. Started in 2009, this competition has been melding world-class design and art with Winnipeg's famous winters.

1 day ago

Architecture – Dezeen

Stephan Zirwes showcases swimming pools in abstract aerial photographs >>

Photographer Stephan Zirwes uses drones to shoot aerial views of public swimming pools, in a bid to make people appreciate the value of free swimming facilities. The Pools series features an assortment of different public pools, from standard lap pools to ones in unusual shapes.…

1 day ago
Dexigner

Open House Macau >>

This year, Macau will open doors to uncover its untold architecture history. On November 10-11, throughout a weekend, the first and only Open House initiative held in Asia will take off.

1 day ago

Architecture Lab

10 of the Best Desk for Artists Today, Read or Miss Out ! >>

What artist does not desire a great desk to get their work done on? Not only are artist desks more ergonomic, they even help the users maintain a vantage point over their work along with assisting their drawing grip. Drawing on a regular horizontal surface over a prolonged period…

2 days ago
Dexigner

Indigo Design Award 2019 >>

The 2nd Indigo Design Award is now open for entries. Indigo is open to conceptual and completed designs that are five years old or less.

2 days ago

Architecture | The Guardian

Hong Kong: the city still shaped by feng shui >>

Feng shui masters are still regularly consulted to help make the city’s buildings harmonious and prosperous “A lot of people design spaces in Hong Kong and then consult a feng shui master afterwards. But for us it was very important to consult one right from the beginning,” says…

2 days ago

Dexigner

Archinect - News
Architecture | The Guardian
WAN

Solent University’s sporting chance >>

This new sports building designed by ArchitecturePLB will support and enable excellence in sport, health and fitness related degree programmes at an up and coming UK University

2 days ago

Helsinki’s new cultural powerhouse >>

The Amos Rex Art museum will open in Helsinki on 30 August 2018, with “Massless” a major international exhibition by the Tokyo-based digital art collective teamLab filling its 2,200 sq m gallery space

2 days ago
Archinect - News


Architecture Lab

How IoT on Common Home Appliances Can Influence the Home of the Future >>

Who aren’t reminded of The Jetsons when hearing the words ‘Home’ and ‘Future’ in one single sentence? And speaking of The Jetsons if you are of the opinion that a futuristic home is an impossibility in the near future, then we are ready to give you some reasonable doubts. The fir…

2 days ago
Archinect - News

American Institute of Architects launches Film Challenge >>

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) launches its fourth annual film challenge as part of the AIA’s “Blueprint for Better” campaign, an initiative that highlights the collaborative work of architects and civic leaders to solve some of the biggest issues facing cities today…

2 days ago

Architecture Lab

When is The Right Time to Replace My Windows? >>

In a life driven by deadlines and commutes, who gets the chance to give their windows a second thought? And by the time you give it that much needed second look, it’s already too late. You notice that your windows don’t look like how you had remembered it. And if that is the case…

2 days ago
Archinect - News
Builder: Building
Archinect - News

Architecture Billings Index in June "stable across sectors" >>

Architecture firm billings slowed in June but remained positive for the ninth consecutive month, according to a new report today from The American Institute of Architects (AIA). AIA’s Architecture Billings Index (ABI) score for June was 51.3 compared to 52.8 in May, which is pos…

2 days ago

9 Construction Management Employment Opportunities on Archinect Jobs >>

Are you particularly adept at managing construction projects? If you have several years of construction experience under your belt and are looking for a leadership position, construction management may be the ideal fit for you. From navigating the complexities of site details to…

2 days ago
Builder: Building
Architecture | The Guardian

V&A's 'less scary' entrance drives up visitor numbers >>

Museum bucks trend of falling numbers, boosted by new piazza and Pink Floyd show A new and less intimidating entrance has helped the V&A achieve record visitor numbers, bucking a trend of sharp falls across the UK’s museums and galleries. The museum said more than 4.4 million pe…

2 days ago
Archinect - News

100% Design announces big names and big changes for 2018 >>

100% Design is synonymous with the biggest names in design and as the UK’s longest standing annual design event is a leading platform for launching some of the world’s most renowned brands. This year, as part of a refreshed programme the show welcomes Thomas Heatherwick and Marc…

2 days ago
Dexigner
Architecture | The Guardian

Inside the Beijing 'office' inhabited by human guinea pigs >>

In the fake offices and homes of the Well Living Lab, scientists monitor volunteers to identify ways to make them healthier and more productive To outsiders, the workers in this under-construction office on the northern outskirts of Beijing will look like a normal group of emplo…

3 days ago
Archinect - News

WAN

Archinect - News

Kate Wagner's case against formal residential spaces >>

Nobody is actually using their formal living and dining rooms. Families actually spend most of their time in the kitchen and the informal living room or den. Yet we continue to build these wastes of space because many Americans still want that extra square footage, and for a lon…

3 days ago


Shigeru Ban builds temporary shelter for flooding victims in Japan >>

World-renowned architect Shigeru Ban sprang into action again in a disaster zone by setting up temporary “homes” to give flooding victims here some much-needed privacy. Ban, members of his Voluntary Architects’ Network (VAN) and student volunteers used recycled paper tubes and p…

3 days ago