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Friday, November 22, 2019
Zaha Hadid Architects, Ülemiste train terminal in Tallinn (Estonia)
12/11/2019

Zaha Hadid Architects, Ülemiste train terminal in Tallinn (Estonia)

A design drawn up by the British firm Zaha Hadid Architects – in collaboration with the Estonian practice Esplan – has been awarded first prize in the competition for Rail Baltic’s new terminal in Ülemiste, a subdistrict of the country’s capital. The station is the starting point...

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Obama Presidential Center Renderings
05/11/2019

Obama Presidential Center Renderings

The Obama Foundation has revealed updated renderings for the Obama Presidential Center (OPC), the project designed by Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects (TWBTA) for a site in Jackson Park on Chicago's South Side...

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Snøhetta, visitor center in Longyearbyen (Norway)
05/11/2019

Snøhetta, visitor center in Longyearbyen (Norway)

The Oslo firm Snøhetta has designed a facility to go up on the Norwegian island of Spitsbergen, near Longyearbyen, which is the capital of the Svalbard Archipelago, in the Arctic Ocean. The Arc, as it will be called, aims to give visitors access to the Arctic World Archive...

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Gensler redesigns lobby for postmodern AT&T Building
02/11/2019

Gensler redesigns lobby for postmodern AT&T Building

Curbed

The future of 550 Madison Avenue, the Postmodern icon designed by Philip Johnson and John Burgee, is light-filled. It is part of the major overhaul of the skyscraper led by Snøhetta...

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 David Beckham's MLS team unveil plans for $966m stadium in Miami
31/10/2019

David Beckham's MLS team unveil plans for $966m stadium in Miami

The Guardian

The masterplan of Miami Freedom Park was developed by Arquitectonica, who teamed up with HOK to develop the design of the stadium in line with the culture of Inter Miami Club...

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Zaha Hadid Architects + Cox Architecture, airport in Sydney
30/10/2019

Zaha Hadid Architects + Cox Architecture, airport in Sydney

The London firm Zaha Hadid Architects and Sydney-based Cox Architecture have together won the competition for the new Western Sydney Airport (WSA) in Parkland City, part of the coastal metropolis’s western expansion. It is to be named after the Australian...

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Eduardo Souto in Lisbon
30/10/2019

Eduardo Souto in Lisbon

Saïd Hejal (Kronos Homes), who recently presented the project for two towers in Valencia with Ricardo Bofill, has commissioned Eduardo Souto de Moura – currently the subject of an extensive exhibition at the Casa da Arquitectura in Matosinhos – to carry out a major residential complex in Lisbon. Hejal and Souto de Moura are photographed with the model.

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ERRE arquitectura + HOK architects, Valencia Arena
24/10/2019

ERRE arquitectura + HOK architects, Valencia Arena

The Valencia-based firm ERRE – headed by José Martí, Amparo Roig, and M. Ángeles Ros – in collaboration with the American firm HOK has designed the Valencia Arena multipurpose pavilion, commissioned by Licampa 1617, the holding company of the Valencian...

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Burgos & Garrido + Ayllón Paradela De Andrés, San Esteban archaeological site
17/10/2019

Burgos & Garrido + Ayllón Paradela De Andrés, San Esteban archaeological site

Two Madrid practices – one headed by Francisco Burgos and Ginés Garrido, the other by Javier Alejo Hernández Ayllón, Verónica Paradela Pernas, and Javier de Andrés de Vicente – have worked together on a proposal that has won for them the competition...

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Bax studio, Dimnikcobau Business Park in Ljubljana (Slovenia)
16/10/2019

Bax studio, Dimnikcobau Business Park in Ljubljana (Slovenia)

Based in Barcelona and headed by Boris Bežan and Mónica Juvera, bax studio has won the invited competition for the Dimnikcobau office complex in the industrial zone of Moste, in the east-central part of the Slovenian capital. Covering 12,439 square meters...

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OMA, Axel Springer Campus in Berlin
14/10/2019

OMA, Axel Springer Campus in Berlin

Bisected by a diagonal atrium that opens up to the existing Springer buildings, the essence of the design is a series of terraced floors that together form a 'valley' that creates an informal stage at the centre - a place to broadcast ideas to other parts of the company...

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David Chipperfield Architects to build Rolex USA HQ in New York
08/10/2019

David Chipperfield Architects to build Rolex USA HQ in New York

The British firm David Chipperfield Architects has won the international competition to build the tower that will replace the one that has been occupied by the Swiss watch manufacturer Rolex since the 1970s, on the corner of 5th Avenue and 53rd Street in New York...

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OMA wins competition for new KaDeWe department store in Vienna
07/10/2019

OMA wins competition for new KaDeWe department store in Vienna

The Dutch firm of Rem Koolhaas will be building a new Kaufhaus des Westens department store and hotel in the historic center of Vienna, in the Museumsquartier. Ellen van Loon and Ippolito Pestellini Laparelli lead the design team that is crowning the KaDeWe with...

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Bjarke Ingels teams up with Robert De Niro for Wildflower Film Studio
04/10/2019

Bjarke Ingels teams up with Robert De Niro for Wildflower Film Studio

6sqft

Located in Queens (New York), the $400 million project, called Wildflower Studios, will establish a hub for the creation of film, television, and other forms of entertainment...

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Foster + Partners, Le Dôme winery in Saint-Émilion (France)
01/10/2019

Foster + Partners, Le Dôme winery in Saint-Émilion (France)

Known for the eponymous wine it produces, the territory of the Jurisdiction of Saint-Émilion – composed of eight villages and their vineyards – was listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, as a cultural landscape. The design unveiled by the British architect...

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Peter Zumthor, new images of LACMA expansion
30/09/2019

Peter Zumthor, new images of LACMA expansion

Since 2008 Peter Zumthor has been working on the design of a new building for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The latest images of this project which gives LACMA an additional 36,000 square meters have been made public.

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Herzog & de Meuron: Museum of the 20th Century in Berlin
24/09/2019

Herzog & de Meuron: Museum of the 20th Century in Berlin

On a choice spot of Berlin’s Kulturforum, between the Neue Nationalgalerie of Mies van der Rohe and the Berliner Philharmonie of Hans Scharoun, Herzog & de Meuron will in collaboration with Vogt Landscape Architects be building a museum in which to exhibit art collections of the last century.

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MAD Partners with HyperloopTT
19/09/2019

MAD Partners with HyperloopTT

HyperloopTT commissioned MAD to conceive a versatile pylon design that while acting as structural support for its groundbreaking transportation system, could easily be integrated across diverse environments – from a bustling city center to rural farmland to the remote desert...

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Álvaro Siza in New York
08/09/2019

Álvaro Siza in New York

The New York Times

Álvaro Siza designs his first high-rise in the United States on the far west side of Manhattan...

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Gare du Nord revamp ‘indecent’, say leading French architects
06/09/2019

Gare du Nord revamp ‘indecent’, say leading French architects

The Guardian

Jean Nouvel as well as historians and town planners wrote an open letter to Le Monde saying the €600m plan to create shopping space in Paris railway station was a “serious urban error”...

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OMA, Conference Center in Shenzhen (China)
30/07/2019

OMA, Conference Center in Shenzhen (China)

The design by the studio of Rem Koolhaas, OMA, in collaboration with the Chinese consultants CCDI is the winner in the competition for the International Conference and Exchange Center (IFEC) in Shenzhen. Located in the Pearl River Delta, in the district of Qianhai...

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Andrés Jaque, Reggio School in Alcobendas (Madrid)
24/07/2019

Andrés Jaque, Reggio School in Alcobendas (Madrid)

Based in Madrid and New York, the firm Andrés Jaque / Office for Political Innovation has unveiled its project for this school promoted by the Reggio Center for Pedagogical Research and Innovation (CIIP reggio), in the Madrid municipality of Alcobendas...

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MPavilion 2019 by Glenn Murcutt
22/07/2019

MPavilion 2019 by Glenn Murcutt

In 2019, MPavilion welcomes influential Australian architect Glenn Murcutt AO as our esteemed designer. Often referenced as Australia’s most famous architect, Glenn is the only Australian recipient of the Pritzker Architecture Prize (2002)...

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Rafael de La-Hoz, new offices for the European Commission in Brussels
22/07/2019

Rafael de La-Hoz, new offices for the European Commission in Brussels

The team led by Rafael de La-Hoz Arquitectos – in collaboration with the London office of Perkins and Will, the German landscaping architecture and urban planning firm Latz + Partner, and the Spanish engineering consulting companies TYPSA and MC2...

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Steven Holl Architects + Architecture Acts win concert hall in Ostrava (Czech Republic)
18/07/2019

Steven Holl Architects + Architecture Acts win concert hall in Ostrava (Czech Republic)

The firm of Steven Holl – with offices in New York and Beijing – in collaboration with Architecture Acts – a Prague practice established by Hana Petrik and Martin Kropac – has won the competition to build the Janáček Philharmonic Orchestra’s new home in the eastern...

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MAD, Yiwu Grand Theater (China)
01/07/2019

MAD, Yiwu Grand Theater (China)

Ma Yansong’s Beijing-based firm MAD designed this theater complex like a boat floating on the Dongyang River in Yiwu, in China’s Zhejiang province. Its design won an international competition in which Arata Isozaki & Associates, Atelier Christian de Portzamparc...

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Ikea gets green light to build affordable homes in UK
01/07/2019

Ikea gets green light to build affordable homes in UK

The Guardian

Affordable developer BoKlok, which is co-owned by IKEA and Skanska, has signed a deal with Worthing council in West Sussex to build low-cost housing in the south of England...

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A Newer New Museum Is Coming, With Twice as Much Space
28/06/2019

A Newer New Museum Is Coming, With Twice as Much Space

The New York Times

Rather than renovate the building next door, OMA started from scratch and designed an architecturally distinct expansion on the Bowery...

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 Linazasoro & Sánchez win competition in Mauriac (France)
13/06/2019

Linazasoro & Sánchez win competition in Mauriac (France)

The Madrid practice of José Ignacio Linazasoro and Ricardo Sánchez has won the competition for the commission to refurbish of the area around the Basilica of Our Lady of Miracles, a Romanesque work in the historical quarter of Mauriac, in France’s Auvergne region...

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David Chipperfield Architects, renovation of the Procuratie Vecchie in Venice
13/06/2019

David Chipperfield Architects, renovation of the Procuratie Vecchie in Venice

Owned by the insurance provider Generali, the 16th-century palace designed by Jacopo Sansovino is one of the jewels of Venice, located right on Piazza San Marco. Its renovation by David Chipperfield should be complete by 2021.

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