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The Arcade Offices / Superimpose Architecture

The Arcade Offices / Superimpose Architecture © Qingshan Wu + 26 ShareShare Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/987043/the-arcade-superimpose-architecture AreaArea of this architecture project Area :  2600 m² YearCompletion year of this architecture project Year :  2022 Photographs ManufacturersBrands with products used in this architecture project Manufacturers :  Da Gu, 斯卡洛建材, 泥度硅藻泥, 科定, 萧氏地毯 © …

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The best architecture masters programs of 2022, according to BAM | News

The annual Best Architecture Masters (BAM) ranking has just been published for 2022. Featuring some of the world’s most prestigious and competitive graduate programs, the list has been historically dominated by American Ivy League schools as well as other premier British and European universities. The 2022 cohort is no exception, with Harvard GSD’s Master of …

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glass classrooms and learning terraces encourage interaction within PAO’s school in shenzhen

FUQIANG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL by pao in Shenzhen, China   In Shenzhen, China, People’s Architecture Office (PAO) has designed the Fuqiang elementary school to support new ways of learning and quench the growing thirst for creative innovation. The project is based on the concept of a ‘hybrid space,’ which encourages interaction and curiosity for discovery, serving …

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Lucien Kroll, paragon of progressive architecture, passes away aged 95 | News

anchor Lucien Kroll (1927–2022). Image: screenshot from the 2015 lecture “Tout est paysage,” via Cité de l’architecture et du patrimoine/YouTube An influential figure in the realm of ecological design is being mourned after Le Monde reported the death of Belgian architect Lucien Kroll in Brussels on …

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Opinion | How Facebook media undermined our constitutional architecture

August 15, 2022 at 7:00 a.m. EDT (The Washington Post illustration; photos by iStock) Placeholder while article actions load Our politics are awful. On this we all agree. Often we feel there is nothing we can do. Yet there are steps to take. Before we can decide what to do, though, we have to face …

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‘Equitism’ drives this new city for the masses

Having started and sold four companies, American serial entrepreneur and investor, Marc Lore has embarked on his biggest venture yet – Telosa, a city he is building from scratch to test a new model for society called ‘Equitism’. Bjarke Ingels Group, a Copenhagen and New York-based global architecture practice, has partnered with Lore to design …

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Falken Conversion / Think Architecture

Falken Conversion / Think Architecture © Simone Bossi + 29 ShareShare Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/986947/falken-conversion-think-architecture © Simone Bossi Text description provided by the architects. The listed Art Nouveau building from 1835 was extensively renovated and expanded with a pavilion-like annex along the Aare River. Various alterations at the end of the last …

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Kanan Modi, India: Wallpaper* Architects’ Directory 2022

Kanan Modi Associates, India: Wallpaper* Architects’ Directory 2022 Wallpaper* Architects’ Directory is our annual round-up of exciting emerging architecture studios. Today, we welcome India’s Kanan Modi Associates to our 2022 list Hyderabad-based Kanan Modi has joined the Wallpaper* Architects’ Directory 2022, our annual list of exciting emerging practices from across the globe. Here, we explore the studio’s beginnings and …

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Architecture awards recognise firms working magic with bricks

“Stoked!” That’s how roof tiler Paul Mooney reacted to the news that his family’s small tiling company had been recognised for its craftsmanship along with some of Australia’s top architects in the annual Think Brick architectural awards. A small company that usually does residential roof tiling jobs, Mooney’s company Tim and Terry Tilers was highly …

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Tampa Museum of Art a ‘neutral box’ with striking architecture

Sometimes architects design buildings that, intentionally or otherwise, look like something else – Lord Norman Foster’s cucumber-shaped office tower in London, for example. Its nickname is “The Gherkin.” Other times, buildings are intended to look like nothing in particular. The Tampa Museum of Art is such a building. “It doesn’t symbolize or express anything,” architect …

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