Architecture

Tour this immersive British Columbia house

Trail’s Edge is a monumental new family home: a British Columbia house that conceals its substantial size through its immersive relationship with its natural surroundings in a wooded plot in Whistler.  (Image credit: Russell Dalby) Openspace Architecture designs this British Columbia house Designed by North Vancouver’s Openspace Architecture, a practice founded in 1998 by Don …

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The Northerner | VIEWPOINTS: The hidden beauty of concrete blocks: Examining NKU architecture

The architecture of Northern Kentucky University might not immediately strike everyone as beautiful. In fact, most people might consider it unattractive or downright ugly, when most of the campus buildings are unpainted concrete constructs shaped like boxes, dripping with unseemly water streaks in the rain and crawled over with bony leafless vines in the cold. …

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Meet the Winners of the World Architecture Festival 2022

Meet the Winners of the World Architecture Festival 2022 Quay Quarter Tower by 3XN © Phil Noller. Image Courtesy of World Architecture Festival ShareShare Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/993175/meet-the-winners-of-the-world-architecture-festival-2022 Quay Quarter Tower (QQT), designed by 3XN has been declared the World Building of the Year 2022 at the fifteenth annual World Architecture Festival …

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STUDIO 9 / AIM Architecture

STUDIO 9 / AIM Architecture © Dirk Weiblen + 11 ShareShare Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/993092/studio-9-aim-architecture © yuuuunstudio Text description provided by the architects. Studio 9 presents a new concept in furniture retail conceived with the design community at its heart, a space to meet, collaborate and progress. Situated on the ground floor …

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Behind The Architecture Firm Shaping Miami’s Skyline – Commercial Observer

Miami’s reputation has long revolved around its youthfulness, be that its actual age — first established circa 1858, it’s a whopping 234 years younger than stuffy New York — or its vibrant spirit as the American Riviera and gateway to Latin America.  One of the best ways to track Miami’s history is through its distinctive …

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Department of Interior Architecture and Design Awarded Donghia Grant to Transform Materials Lab

Tara Ferkel A design student looks through materials samples available in the Materials Lab, on the lower level of Vol Walker Hall. A grant from the Angelo Donghia Foundation will transform the Materials Lab of the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design from a traditional materials library into a teaching, making and research …

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Fibromuscular dysplasia and abdominal aortic aneurysm have a “shared complex genetic architecture”

One disease is more common in people assigned female at birth, while the other is more common in people assigned male at birth. But a new publication details a “shared complex genetic architecture” between the cardiovascular conditions that could explain why, when one member of a family develops fibromuscular dysplasia, another may develop an abdominal …

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The 3rd International Conference on Mosque Architecture in Kuwait Explores the Mosque as a Cross Cultural Building

The 3rd International Conference on Mosque Architecture in Kuwait Explores the Mosque as a Cross Cultural Building Qasr Al Hosn: Al Musallah Prayer Hall / CEBRA. Image © Mikkel Frost ShareShare Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/992952/the-3rd-international-conference-on-mosque-architecture-in-kuwait-explores-the-mosque-as-a-cross-cultural-building Organized by the Abdullatif Alfozan Award for Mosque Architecture and the College of Architecture at Kuwait University, …

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Architecture & Design’s Top 10 articles for November

As we turn and head for home, there’s plenty that went on in November. Expo 2025 designers, National and Sustainability Awards winners announced, Australian architecture on the world stage and Sydney’s most important cultural building in decades opens. Let’s take a deep dive in the month that was. Here’s our picks for the biggest stories …

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