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With summer break upon us, World-Architects has rummaged through some of the many recently published architecture books to find a dozen recommendations for summer reading, presented in alphabetical order by title — or clockwise per our sunny illustration. John Hill


Insight
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World-Architects spoke recently with architect, engineer, author, and educator Carlo Ratti via Zoom, to discuss his plans for the 2025 Venice Architecture Biennale and parse the theme — Intelligens. Natural. Artificial. Collective. — that he has defined for the exhibition. Our... John Hill


Film
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The latest installment of The Architects Series, a project of The Plan Magazine and Iris Ceramica Group, presents a half-hour documentary on the architecture and interior design studio NOA... John Hill


Headlines
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What would have been the first Pompidou outpost in North America, the “Centre Pompidou x Jersey City” paroject has been put on hold indefinitely, with New Jersey lawmakers pulling funding for the project that would have adaptively reused the city-owned Pathside Building. John Hill


Headlines
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The Architects' Journal is reporting that among the numerous firms that have pulled out of The Line, the flagship project of the $1.5 trillion NEOM development in Saudi Arabia, is Morphosis, the Los Angeles firm of Thom Mayne that was leading the 170-kilometer-long project and designing its... John Hill


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Carlo Scarpa: The Complete Buildings is a new book published by Prestel that sees architectural photographer Cemal Emden visiting all of the completed works of Venetian architect Carlo Scarpa (1906–1978). The book presents such famous works as the Brion Tomb and Castelvecchio as well as... John Hill


Headlines
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Alexandros Tombazis, who was considered the father of bioclimatic architecture in Greece and espoused a “less is beautiful” approach to architecture, died on June 24 at the age of 85 following a long illness.  John Hill


Film
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Watch a trailer for Green Over Gray – Emilio Ambasz, a documentary that explores the revolution in green architecture through four projects designed by Emilio Ambasz, including the terraced ACROS Building in Fukuoka, Japan. The film is being shown at numerous film festivals this year. John Hill


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I. M. Pei: Life Is Architecture, the highly anticipated exhibition on influential, world-famous architect Ieoh Ming Pei (1917–2019), opens at M+ in Hong Kong's West Kowloon Cultural District on June 29. Here we take a visual tour through a smattering of the drawings, photographs, and... John Hill


Headlines
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Miss Dior: Stories of a Miss opened recently at Roppongi Museum in Tokyo. Designed by OMA partner Shohei Shigematsu, the exhibition unfolds through seven rooms, each revealing a different facet of the Miss Dior parfum. Japan-Architects got a preview of this latest stop for the touring... John Hill


Film
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The latest video from Stewart Hicks takes a deep dive into 400 Lake Shore, a pair of skyscrapers that recently broke ground in Chicago, focusing on how the architects at Skidmore, Owings & Merrill developed the form of the skyscrapers to address wind forces. John Hill


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How long after an architecture firm is established should it release its first monograph? A number of variables come to play in determining an answer, but the notorious slowness of architecture means a firm might not put its project in print until it has reached drinking age. The four recently... John Hill


Headlines
1 month ago

Two years ahead of Barcelona serving as World Capital of Architecture and hosting the UIA World Congress in 2026, the Fundació Mies van der Rohe and Barcelona City Council are launching an international ideas competition asking young architects to remodel ten party walls spread across the... John Hill


Film
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Les Matérialistes is a short documentary film produced by Architecture Without Borders Quebec, Dark Matter Labs, Les Interstices, and RECYC-QUÉBEC about the titular participatory futurist pilot project that is focused on the circular economy of construction materials in Quebec. John Hill


Headlines
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Fumihiko Maki, the celebrated Japanese architect who was awarded the Pritzker Architecture Prize in 1993, died of natural causes at his home in Tokyo on June 6. He was 95. John Hill


Headlines
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As announced at the annual AIA Conference on Architecture that recently took place in Washington, DC, Rafael Viñoly's Tokyo International Forum, completed in 1996, is the 2024 recipient of the AIA's Twenty-five Year Award. John Hill


Headlines
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The Obel Award, the annual prize founded by the Henrik Frode Obel Foundation in 2019 to honor architectural contributions to human development all over the world, has announced the focus of its sixth cycle: “Architectures WITH.” John Hill


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The 23rd Serpentine Pavilion opens to the public in London's Kensington Gardens on June 7. Designed by Korean architect Minsuk Cho and his firm Mass Studies, the pavilion is titled Archipelagic Void, referring to the five “islands” radiating from a central open space and referenceing... John Hill


Film
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The fifth edition of Living Places - Simon Architecture Prize launched at the end of May at Simon Company's headquarters in Barcelona. The event was accompanied by a new short film, “El Luchador,” that features a professional wrestler inside Agustín Hernández's famous Taller de Arquitectura in... John Hill


Headlines
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The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri, which last expanded in 2007 with the Bloch Building designed by Steven Holl Architects, will hold a design competition later this year to select the architect for its next expansion. John Hill


Headlines
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Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson and the Chicago Department of Aviation have released renderings for the design of Satellite Concourse One at O’Hare International Airport, designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill ( John Hill


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A recent issue of Architectural Design (AD) delves into the early archive of Lebbeus Woods, the visionary architect, celebrated delineator, and influential educator who died in 2012. Focusing on the Black Notebooks he filled from the late 1960s to 1985, the publication offers something... John Hill


Products
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To express the fluid, soft shapes of their design of the Hainan Science Museum, now under construction in Haikou, China, Ma Yansong and MAD Architects opted for panels made from fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP). John Hill


Film
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Seven and a half years after it opened to the public, Snøhetta co-founder Kjetil Trædal Thorsen speaks about the Lascaux IV International Centre for Cave Art in Montignac, France, in a new six-minute video. John Hill


Headlines
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Architecture Exchange, a platform “dedicated to catalyzing ideas and debate within architecture,” recently put out a call soliciting nominations “for the most significant architectural theory texts in the period between 2008 and 2024.” John Hill


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Unzoomed is a daily online game that asks people to guess the city they are looking at in an aerial view; each incorrect guess reveals more context as the view zooms out. The game by Benjamin Td is fun and addictive, especially for architects and planners. John Hill


Insight
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In January, we asked visitors to our American-Architects platform to vote for their favorite Building of the Week from 2023. In the end, the US Building... John Hill


Film
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The latest episode of Mossback's Northwest, the Cascade PBS video series hosted by Knute Berger (aka Mossback), tells the story of architect Minoru Yamasaki and the US Science Pavilion he designed for the 1962 Seattle World's Fair. John Hill


Insight
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The Glass House — Philip Johnson's estate in New Canaan, Connecticut, that is open to the public through the National Trust for Historic Preservation — is celebrating its 75th anniversary with the reopening of the Brick House, which was built in 1949 alongside the more famous Glass... John Hill


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Jenny Holzer: Light Line is on display at the Guggenheim Museum in New York City from May 17 until September 29, 2024. The major exhibition features a selection of artworks created by the artist from the 1970s to the present and, at its center, a new manifestation of Installation for... John Hill


Headlines
2 months ago

Spanish architect and professor Albergo Campo Baeza and German professor of chronobiology Till Roenneberg have been named the 2024 laureates of The Daylight Award, respectively in the architecture and research categories. John Hill


Headlines
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The creepy (slow-moving) landslide of Portuguese Bend forced the closure of Wayfarers Chapel earlier this year, but with the landslide accelerating since, management has decided to disassemble the 1951 building designed by Lloyd Wright, the son of Frank Lloyd Wright, so it can be reassembled... John Hill


Film
2 months ago

A short film from Serpentine features Korean architect Minsuk Cho speaking about the work of his firm, Mass Studies, and his design of Archipelagic Void, this year's Serpentine Pavilion, opening to the public in London's Kensington Gardens on Friday, June 7. John Hill


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Film director Steve McQueen's Bass is an immersive light-and-sound installation in the lower-level gallery of Dia Beacon in New York's Hudson River Valley. World-Architects visited ahead of the artwork's opening on May 12.  John Hill


Film
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Riken Yamamoto, recipient of the 2024 Pritzker Architecture Prize, will present his laureate lecture, “Community: The Architect as Catalyst for Change,” at the Illinois Institute of Technology's S.R. Crown Hall in Chicago on Thursday, May 16. The lecture, followed by a panel discussion with... John Hill


Headlines
2 months ago

Five months after Italy's Carlo Ratti was named curator of the Venice Architecture Biennale that is set to open in May 2025, Ratti and new Biennale President Pietrangelo Buttafuoco have revealed the exhibition theme: Intelligens. John Hill


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