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Headlines
on 1/7/20

As bushfires have ravaged parts of Australia and destroyed thousands of homes, hundreds of Australian architects are offering pro bono design and planning assistance to people needing to rebuild. John Hill


Insight
on 1/4/20

The 21st edition of the famous Sir Banister Fletcher's A History of Architecture, first published in 1896, was released in late 2019. In addition to being the first revision this century, the longstanding reference is for the first time in color, in two volumes, and in an online format... John Hill


Headlines
on 1/2/20

In 2019 we presented more than forty Building of the Week reviews of projects in the United States. It's your turn to help us crown a Building of the Year by voting for your favorite before the end of January. The winner will be announced the first week of February. John Hill


Found
on 12/30/19

Designer Sabine Marcelis's No Fear of Glass — furnishings, lighting, and a fountain made from glass, travertine, and chrome — is on display at the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion until January 12, 2020. John Hill


Headlines
on 12/24/19

Related Companies, co-developer of New York's Hudson Yards, has agreed to increase accessibility of the Vessel, the climbable sculpture designed by Heatherwick Studio with 154 interconnecting flights of stairs, 80 landings, and one elevator. John Hill


Film
on 12/19/19

Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill, who recently celebrated his 80th birthday, spoke with PLANE—SITE in the second of three videos being released before the European Cultural Centre's... John Hill


Headlines
on 12/17/19

The team of Moreau Kusunoki and Genton has won the competition to design the new Powerhouse Parramatta, Sydney, what is considered the largest arts and cultural investment in New South Wales since the Sydney Opera House. John Hill


Products
on 12/13/19

UNStudio recently completed the renovation of a facade on P.C. Hoofstraat, the exclusive shopping street lined with dozens of Dutch and international fashion boutiques. The Looking Glass, as the architect's call it, features glass boxes that flow like fabric. John Hill


Headlines
on 12/12/19

Four months after three visions for the La Brea Tar Pits were unveiled, New York's WEISS/MANFREDI has been selected to lead the master plan to re-imagine the Los Angeles... John Hill


Headlines
on 12/12/19

New York's Architecture Research Office (ARO) has been named recipient of the 2020 AIA Architecture Firm Award, the highest honor the AIA bestows on an architectural practice. John Hill


Headlines
on 12/11/19

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) has named Marlon Blackwell, head of his eponymous firm in Fayetteville, Arkansas, as the recipient of the 2020 Gold Medal, the AIA’s highest annual honor. John Hill


Film
on 12/10/19

Pritzker Prize-winning Indian architect Balkrishna Doshi spoke with PLANE—SITE in the first of three videos being released before the European Cultural Centre's Time-Space-Existence exhibition that opens in Venice in May and coincides with the 2020 Venice Architecture Biennale. John Hill


Found
on 12/9/19

With 2019 — the centennial of the Bauhaus — coming to a close, Google Arts & Culture, in collaboration with Bauhaus Dessau, has released Bauhaus Everywhere, a collection of articles, videos, and virtual tours on the influential design school. John Hill


Found
on 12/6/19

LocHal Public Library, located in a former locomotive hangar from the 1930s in Tilbug, The Netherlands, has been crowned the World Building of the Year 2019 at the conclusion of the 12th annual World Architecture Festival (WAF) in Amsterdam. John Hill


Headlines
on 12/6/19

Mexico City's Comunal Taller de Arquitectura won the £10,000 prize during the World Architecture Festival (WAF) in Amsterdam this week for the practice's community-driven work in the rural village of Tepetzintán in Mexico. John Hill


Headlines
on 12/5/19

Helsinki's JKMM Architects has been chosen as the winner in the two-stage competition to design an annex to the National Museum of Finland in Helsinki. John Hill


Headlines
on 12/3/19

Four years after Heatherwick Studio and Diamond Schmitt Architects were selected to reimagine the home of the New York Philharmonic at Lincoln... John Hill


Headlines
on 12/3/19

Gergely Karácsony, the recently elected Green Party mayor in Budapest, has stopped construction of the new museum in the city's 200-year-old City Park, claiming it will have an "enormous impact on its environment." John Hill


Found
on 12/2/19

The TRANSFER Global Architecture Platform has revealed the winner of its 2019 Architecture Video Award: Luis Úrculo's intriguing unveiling of the Brazilian Embassy in Santiago, Chile, recently renovated by Ipiña + Nieto Arquitectos. John Hill


Products
on 11/29/19

World-Architects recently toured the inside 152 Elizabeth, the seven-story residential building most notable as Japanese architect Tadao Ando's first building in New York City. Here we focus on the high-end finishes and details of the interiors designed by Michael Gabellini. John Hill


Headlines
on 11/27/19

Ray Kappe, the founding director of the Southern California Institute of Architecture, better known as SCI-Arc, died on Thursday, November 21, "surrounded by family and loved ones," per a farewell statement from SCI-Arc. John Hill


Headlines
on 11/27/19

The Fundació Mies van der Rohe and Creative Europe have officially launched the third edition of the biennial Young Talent Architecture Award (YTAA). Established in 2016, the prize "recognizes the talent of recently graduated architects, urbanists and landscape architects who will be... John Hill


Headlines
on 11/26/19

The recipients of the 31st annual Piranesi Awards have been announced, following the jury's deliberations on November 22 at Monfort Exhibition Hall in Portorož, Slovenia. John Hill


Headlines
on 11/22/19

The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture has launched its online Student Work Collection database, a free, public website that presents decades of studio projects produced at New York's famed The Cooper Union. John Hill


Headlines
on 11/21/19

The competition deciding the architect of the extension of Santiago Calatrava's Zurich Stadelhofen from 1990 has wrapped up, and Giuliani Hönger Architekten with Caretta Weidmann have won over Calatrava and... John Hill, Elias Baumgarten


Found
on 11/20/19

Leeza SOHO, a 45-story office tower designed by Zaha Hadid Architects, was completed this week in Beijing's new Fengtai business district. At 194.15 meters, the twisting atrium is the world's tallest, besting Burj Al Arab Jumeirah by nearly 15 meters. John Hill


Headlines
on 11/20/19

Architect Gustav Peichl, born in Vienna in March 1928, died at his home in Grinzing, a district of Vienna, on Sunday, November 17 at the age of 91. John Hill, Falk Jaeger


Film
on 11/20/19

A new trailer for Bêka & Lemoine's ongoing Homo Urbanus series — what the filmmakers call "a huge cinematic odyssey shot in many different cities" — features footage of the floods Venice has been battling recently. John Hill


Film
on 11/19/19

The latest architectural feature from the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art's Louisiana Channel focuses on Balkrishna Doshi, the 2018 Pritzker Architecture Prize winner and the subject of a major retrospective at the Vitra Design Museum earlier this year. John Hill


Headlines
on 11/18/19

Winners in the third annual Architecture Drawing Prize, to be given at the World Architecture Festival (WAF) in early December, have been announced. John Hill


Products
on 11/18/19

Immobile sunscreens that are designed for a particular location and aim to amplify and optimize sunlight at certain times of the year rather than simply screening the sun are an integral element in three recent projects designed by John Hill


Found
on 11/14/19

A brick pylon that once marked the entrance to Toronto's Galleria Mall has been transformed by artist Thrush Holmes into a colorful, glowing beacon — a gateway to the Galleria on the Park development being built on the site of the mall. John Hill


Film
on 11/14/19

Ed Mazria, founder and CEO of Architecture 2030, is profiled in a short film from Redshift by Autodesk, which reveals his path from basketball to architecture to a non-profit aimed at making the built environment "a central part of the solution to the climate crisis" rather than a contributor... John Hill


Headlines
on 11/13/19

On the morning of November 13 the Swarovski Star — designed by architect Daniel Libeskind and made with millions of Swarovski crystals — was raised into position atop the famed Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center in... John Hill


Headlines
on 11/13/19

The sixth annual MPavilion opens to the public on November 14, with four months of free events before it closes on March 22, 2020. Designed by Glenn Murcutt, the MPavilion coincides with the Pritzker Prize-winning Australian architect's 50th year of practice. John Hill


Film
on 11/12/19

Luftwerk and Iker Gil have taken the laser light show they installed at the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion in Barcelona earlier this year and transported it to another Mies masterpiece: the Farnsworth House... John Hill


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