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on 2015/5/18

Architects flocking to Atlanta last week for the AIA National Convention were treated to a new ground-floor headquarters designed by 5G Studio Collaborative for the local chapter of the American Institute of Architects. John Hill


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on 2015/5/4

China's presence at the recently opened Expo Milano 2015 is threefold, with a national pavilion, the China Corporate United Pavilion, and the Vanke Pavilion. The last, designed by Daniel Libeskind, is covered in ruby red ceramic tiles developed with Casalgrande Padana. John Hill


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on 2015/4/20

As part of Milano Design Week 2015, the Cosentino Group commissioned Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel and Partners to design an installation completely made from the company's Dekton® surfaces. John Hill


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on 2015/4/6

A large oculus designed by James Carpenter Design Associates, Grimshaw, and Arup reflects sunlight into the subterranean spaces of the Fulton Center subway station in Lower Manhattan. John Hill


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on 2015/3/23

The facade of SEHW Architektur's design for the Fraunhofer Institute for Secure Information Technology (SIT) in Darmstadt, Germany, appears to form some kind of secret code, appropriate given the site's history. John Hill, Thomas Geuder


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on 2015/3/6

Hascher Jehle Architektur and artist Burghard Müller-Dannhausen treated the exterior and interior, respectively, of the new Rems-Murr-Klinikum hospital in Winnenden, Germany, with a range of colors to create a strong building identity. John Hill


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on 2015/2/23

Late last month WoodWorks, an initiative of the Wood Products Council, announced the winners of its 2015 Wood Design Awards. Here we present a few of the winners to highlight the versatile ways architects are building with the product. John Hill


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on 2015/2/9

A. Zahner Co., the go-to engineering and fabrication company based in Kansas City, Missouri, has worked with Thom Mayne and Morphosis on a number of projects, including the L.A. outpost of Boston's Emerson College, completed last year. John Hill


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on 2015/1/20

Since 2012, Wolf-Gordon has created an annual site-specific installation for NeoCon as a means of highlighting the company’s products and adding an exclamation point to the “heart” of Chicago’s Merchandise Mart. John Hill


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on 2015/1/12

Two walls of Danish brand Vipp's new two-story Vipp Shelter feature large sliding windows, specifically the PanoramAH! sliding windows supplied by Malmö, Sweden's Architectural Solutions. John Hill


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on 2014/12/15

For the Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership at Kalamazoo College in Michigan, Studio Gang Architects uses a traditional yet obscure masonry technique to give the trefoil-shaped building its distinctive appearance. John Hill


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on 2014/11/26

At the end of 2013 the Mariners Harbor Library, a branch of the New York Public Library system, opened its doors to the public on Staten Island. A key feature of A*PT Architecture's design is a long glass skylight over the central circulation spine. John Hill


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on 2014/11/17

As part of Davis Brody Bond's modernization of the Embassy of South Africa, the architects inserted a glass addition between the Dutch Cape-style buildings, using Cambridge Architectural mesh to shade the interior and express a "New South Africa." John Hill


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on 2014/10/31

Good architecture takes its environment into account, particularly surrounding buildings. In Frankfurt am Main, Franken Architekten has taken a literal approach through a digitally drawn façade for a new home and studio in old town Sachsenhausen. John Hill, Thomas Geuder


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on 2014/10/17

Two side-by-side buildings – the CUNY Advanced Science & Research Center and the City College Center for Discovery & Innovation – recently opened on City College's Harlem campus. Bendheim's channel and dichroic glass defines much of the interiors. John Hill


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on 2014/10/3

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill's design for The New School's University Center in New York City places classrooms, studios, labs, a library, a dormitory, a cafe, and an auditorium behind a façade of 5,277 hand-finished brass panels. John Hill


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on 2014/9/22

For London's Clerkenwell Design Week in May of this year, Studio Weave created the Smith pavilion, which showcased the innovative use of tools in making things – books, clocks, even coffee – but also fiber cement panels from Equitone. John Hill


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on 2014/9/5

A porous skin of copper panels shields the fluid interior of the Louisiana State Museum and Sports Hall of Fame in Natchitoches. Over one thousand cast stone panels, provided by Advanced Architectural Stone, sculpt the multi-level foyer. John Hill


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on 2014/7/30

PAD Architectes' (Periot Architecture Durable) design for the headquarters of Beneteau in Givrand, France, is wrapped in a perforated facade made from HI-MACS acrylic stone. John Hill


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on 2014/7/24

An apartment building designed by Elenberg Fraser in St Kilda, a suburb of Melbourne, incorporates solar protection through bronze-colored mesh from GKD woven around the exterior. John Hill


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on 2014/7/11

LUCEM's light-transmitting concrete finds its first Berlin application at the Prenzlauer Berg development by Wolf Architekten. Current lighting technology allows the street-level façade to change colors on demand. John Hill


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on 2014/6/29

Our visit to the 2014 AIA National Convention included many hours walking the Expo floor to find great products used in great projects. One local building is Nagle Hartray Architecture's... John Hill


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on 2014/6/13

One of the highlights of the 2014 Venice Biennale's Elements of Architecture exhibition is Barkow Leibinger's Kinetic Wall, appropriately found in the Wall Room and signaling the way forward through its moving parts and elastic skin. John Hill


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on 2014/5/30

The sophisticated, multi-layered glass façade of Annette Gigon and Mike Guyer's Würth House in Rorschach, Switzerland, appears rippling; fitting for its setting on Lake Constance. John Hill, Thomas Geuder


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on 2014/5/19

From a distance Bierman Henke Architects' egg-shaped "Art Cloud" at the Museum de Fundatie resembles a stucco-like surface, but up close one can see that it is made up of ceramic tiles, over 50,000 of them in fact. Ceramic manufacturer Royal Tichelaar Makkum produced two sizes of... John Hill


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on 2014/5/5

Lightweight printed facades offer the opportunity for artistic expression while also enabling easy and inexpensive change in the future. For a daycare center in a new urban district under development on an old airfield in southern Germany, (se)arch Freie Architekten employed SergeFerrari's... John Hill, Thomas Geuder


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on 2014/4/21

Neolith is a brand of durable surfacing material created by parent company TheSize for façades, countertops, flooring, interior walls and other architectural applications. Two building façades – in Doha, Qatar, and in Seoul, South Korea – show some possibilities of the... John Hill


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on 2014/4/7

The new InerContinental Davos Hotel stands out in its mountain setting thanks to its oval form and the flowing gold façade. Munich's OIKIOS looked to the natural setting, particularly pine cones, in their design of the building, which was realized with Seele. John Hill


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on 2014/3/17

Timber structures are increasingly applauded as a sustainable alternative to the carbon-heavy production of concrete and steel. No longer the domain of houses and other small-scale buildings, wood now frames mid-sized buildings of various types and potentially high-rises in the near future.... John Hill


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on 2014/3/3

Herzog & de Meuron's Parrish Art Museum on Long Island exhibits artwork in generous galleries capped by north- and south-facing skylight, bringing natural daylight to the artworks on display. Panelite's ClearShade IGU (Insulated Glazing... John Hill


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on 2014/2/17

Situated between the busy Bahnhofstrasse and the new railway station in the center of Aarau, Switzerland, is a cushioned canopy that seems to float like a cloud. Designed by Vehovar & Jauslin Architektur, the bus terminal's ETFE membrane creates a striking entry to the region. John Hill


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on 2014/2/3

An integral feature of the brand new Terminal 2 at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai, designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM), is the ceiling, which is made of 4,000 coffers manufactured by Formglas. John Hill


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on 2014/1/20

Double-curved glass walls, crafted by Folcrá and Cricursa in Barcelona, define the undulating cuts in the exterior walls at the Emporia shopping center in Malmö, Sweden, designed by Wingårdhs, hinting at the offerings inside. John Hill


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on 2014/1/6

EXYD GmbH's M series line of stainless steel panels are hammered and beaten to create bumpy surfaces that fragment reflections along the lines of Impressionist paintings. BEHF Architects used the panels for the canopy of the Neukauf shopping center in Villach, Austria, "reflecting a new... John Hill


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on 2013/12/9

A senior housing project in Düren, Germany, designed by JSWD Architects shows a rippling alternative to flat metal panels, courtesy of Fielitz GmbH's "Water Wave Vision" product. John Hill, Thomas Geuder


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on 2013/11/25

Studio Mishin approached Arup's Materials Consulting and Lighting Design teams for help in engineering a perforated copper stair in the center of the Villa Mallorca in Spain. The pleated planes of the three-story-high staircase are made from 200 square meters (2,150 square feet) of copper... John Hill


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