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Headlines
on 6/19/19

Although beset by controversy over Junya Ishigami's open desk policy as well as by UK building relations, the Japanese architect's Serpentine Gallery Pavilion is set to open to the public on Friday, June 21, in London's Kensington Gardens. John Hill


Headlines
on 6/18/19

Changes to the facade of the Portland Building, the 1982 Postmodern landmark in Portland, Oregon, designed by Michael Graves, will result in it being removed from the National Register of Historic Places. John Hill


Products
on 6/16/19

The Shed, the cultural venue on Manhattan' West Side that features an attention-getting movable shell, opened to the public in April. The sliding enclosure is enabled by Vector Foiltec's lightweight ETFE foil cushions. John Hill


Film
on 6/13/19

Itinerant Office's second edition of its "Past, Present, Future: about being an architect yesterday, today and beyond" project continues with an interview with Spanish architect Juan Herreros of Madrid's estudio Herreros. John Hill


Headlines
on 6/13/19

The National Museum of Finland has revealed the five finalists in the two-stage design competition for an annex to its 1916 Art Nouveau building in Helsinki. John Hill


Found
on 6/12/19

FORMGIVING, the "architectural journey" by BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group, opened its six-month run at the Danish Architecture Center on June 12. Take a peek at the large, colorful exhibition. John Hill


Headlines
on 6/12/19

The LafargeHolcim Foundation has launched the 6th cycle of the $2 million Lafarge Holcim Awards for Sustainable Construction, which seeks leading projects and bold ideas "that combine sustainable construction solutions with architectural excellence." John Hill


Headlines
on 6/11/19

The Illinois Institute of Technology has announced that Reed Kroloff will join IIT as the new Rowe Family Dean of the College of Architecture. John Hill


Film
on 6/11/19

Itinerant Office's second edition of its "Past, Present, Future: about being an architect yesterday, today and beyond" project continues with an interview with Belgian architect Freek Persyn of 51N4E. John Hill


Headlines
on 6/11/19

The Colour Palace, a temporary structure designed by Pricegore and Yinka Ilori, is now gracing the lawn outside the Dulwich Picture Gallery as part of the London Festival of Architecture and the gallery's summer programming. John Hill


Found
on 6/7/19

Compass Pools has unveiled renderings for a "death defying" 360-degree infinity pool for the top of a proposed skyscraper in central London. The concept begs the question: just because it can be done, should it be done? John Hill


Headlines
on 6/6/19

New York's Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum has announced the winners of the 2019 National Design Awards, which recognizes design excellence and innovation in eleven categories. John Hill


Insight
on 6/5/19

"From manual to digital or vice versa," one of the four workshops at the LafargeHolcim Foundation's 6th Forum in Cairo in April, pitted rammed earth and other manual constructions against digital processes. The winner? A hybrid of the manual and digital. John Hill


Headlines
on 6/4/19

"Controversial" architect Stanley Tigerman, arguably the most important late-20th-century architect in Chicago, has died at the age of 88. John Hill


Headlines
on 6/3/19

Four years after architect Michael Graves died at the age of 80, the Princeton University Art Museum has acquired nearly 5,000 drawings from the estate of the famous Postmodernist who lived and worked in Princeton, New Jersey, for decades. John Hill


Film
on 5/31/19

Itinerant Office continues its "Past, Present, Future: about being an architect yesterday, today and beyond" project, which featured interviews with 11 Italian and Dutch architects last year, with 13 more conversations, this time with architects from Belgium, France, Portugal, and Spain.... John Hill


Headlines
on 5/30/19

The onePULSE Foundation, the nonprofit established "to create a sanctuary of hope" following the 2016 Pulse Nightclub tragedy, has announced the six teams shortlisted in the two-stage competition to design the future National Pulse Memorial and Museum. John Hill


Found
on 5/30/19

Seventeen recipients of the RIBA Stirling Prize are founding signatories of Architects Declare, a UK-based commitment that aims "to create architecture and urbanism that has a more positive impact on the world around us." John Hill


Products
on 5/29/19

An existing parking garage in Cambridge, Massachusett's Kendall Square neighborhood has been wrapped in a new fabric facade: a surreal drawing of rectangles and shadows designed by French 2D. John Hill


Headlines
on 5/29/19

One month after a fire destroyed the spire of Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris and an architecture competition was announced for its replacement, a bill approved by the French Senate would effectively nullify the competition. John Hill


Headlines
on 5/28/19

OMA - Office for Metropolitan Architecture has wrapped up the residential complex at 121 East 22nd Street, the firm's first ground-up building in Manhattan. John Hill


Headlines
on 5/28/19

The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) has announced the three works of "socially transformative architecture" in the running for the 2019 RAIC International Prize. John Hill


Headlines
on 5/24/19

The Chicago Architecture Biennial has announced the full list of more than 80 contributors to the 2019 exhibition, titled ...and other such stories under artistic director Yesomi Umolu. John Hill


Headlines
on 5/23/19

Five decades after it first opened to the public, and 18 years after it closed, Eero Saarinen's TWA Flight Center at JFK Airport in New York City has reopened as the TWA Hotel. John Hill


Headlines
on 5/22/19

The Swiss architecture firm headed by the Pritzker Prize-winning duo of Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron has been selected to design a new $105 million building for the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art in Memphis, Tennessee. John Hill


Film
on 5/20/19

Following I.M. Pei's death last week at the age of 102, CBS has uploaded a couple clips from its archive, one focusing on the Louvre Pyramid in Paris and the other on the JFK Presidential Library in... John Hill


Found
on 5/17/19

The competition-winning design by OMA – Office for Metropolitan Architecture and KOO LLC for the University of Illinois at Chicago's Center for the Arts consists of two towers and some performance spaces beneath a tent-like roof. John Hill


Headlines
on 5/17/19

I.M. Pei, best known for the East Building of the National Gallery of Art in DC and the Louvre Pyramid in Paris, died early Thursday at his home in Manhattan a few weeks after his 102nd birthday. John Hill


Products
on 5/16/19

Flare of Frankfurt is a mixed-use development completed last year in the center of Frankfurt am Main. Hadi Teherani Architects' use of Neolith sintered stone for the facades makes the project stand out in its context while also expressing its constituent parts. John Hill


Headlines
on 5/15/19

The Statue of Liberty Museum, which broke ground in October 2016, opens to the public on May 16, 2019 on Liberty Island. The 26,000-sf building offers three galleries, the famous statue's original torch, and an accessible green roof. John Hill


Headlines
on 5/14/19

The New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) and the American Institute of Architects New York (AIANY) have announced the five finalists in the Big Ideas for Small Lots NYC competition. John Hill


Headlines
on 5/14/19

After a public presentation on Monday, May 13, at the Royal Academy of Arts (RA) in London, an international jury named Boonserm Premthada, founder of Bangkok Project Studio, winner of the 2019 Royal Academy Dorfman Award. John Hill


Headlines
on 5/13/19

This summer, New Story, Icon, and Yves Béhar's Fuseproject will break ground on what they bill as the world's first 3D-printed community, for impoverished families somewhere in Latin America. John Hill


Headlines
on 5/10/19

FutureHAUS — the modular house designed, engineered, and built by faculty and students from Virginia and winner of the 2018 Solar Decathlon Middle East in Dubai — has been erected in Times Square as part of NYCxDESIGN and John Hill


Found
on 5/8/19

Later this year, Klaus Littmann will turn Wörthersee Stadium in Klagenfurt, Austria, into a temporary art intervention inspired by Max Peintner's 50-year-old drawing The Unending Attraction of Nature. John Hill


Headlines
on 5/8/19

During the first week of May, two teams spent 30 hours robotically 3D printing their designs in the final stage of the NASA 3D-Printed Habitat Challenge. After building and testing, New York's AI. SpaceFactory nabbed the $500,000 first-place prize. John Hill


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