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The competition is over for what will one day be the world’s largest and advanced facility for neutron-based research. Henning Larsen Architects, COBE, and SLA won the international contest for the European Spallation Source (ESS)… Read More

Architecture firm Concrete designed a man-made island in Houthaven, Amsterdam. The structure was created for a combination office and restaurant, situated on different decks. The building rests on 12 meter high columns and is 15… Read More

Frank Gehry turned 84 years old today. The architect was born on February 28, 1929 in Toronto, Ontario and has become one of the most significant figures in the field… Read More

The National Synchrotron Light Source II (NSLS-II) has been awarded a LEED gold rating. The NSLS-II is a user research facility at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Brookhaven National Laboratory that offers scientists infrared, ultraviolet,… Read More

UCLA’s Architecture and Urban Design school has always been interested in cross-disciplinary studies and research. They recently announced that they will be offering advanced graduate courses that will be taught by such names as Thom… Read More

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Paulo Merlini has designed a new dental clinic in Porto, Portugal. The space was unusually narrow, which forced the architect to think outside the box and create a more vertical structure as opposed to a… Read More

The Smithsonian Institution in Washington D.C. is planning to renovate their campus. The practice of Bjarke Ingles has been commissioned to draft the preliminary phase of a master plan that will fix the intermittent pathways… Read More

College track is a San Francisco based nonprofit organization that empowers students from under-privileged communities get a college degree by offering them resources they would otherwise be lacking. They had a facility in the Hunter’s… Read More

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Antonini + Darmon Architectes have designed a “hard-drive” building that houses the memory of the network media libraries Plaine Commune. The firm focused on form, functionality and sustainability in their plan. The location allows the… Read More

The Sustainable Design Lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has developed a Solar Map called the MoDe Solar Tool. MoDe Studio, a Boston-based consulting and design workshop collaborated with MIT students on this… Read More

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Google has long been famous for their incredible work facilities and amenities. Google has buildings all over the world that promote efficiency and sustainability. Google’s employees rank among the happiest in many surveys. They now… Read More

Tokyo

Last year, masatomo_kojima_auds designed a steel unit-system cafeteria for the Boat Race Promotion Association in Tokyo, Japan. The space required flexibility so it could also be used for live concerts and shows occasionally. Their main… Read More

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The Schola Foundation’s Niara Sports Club is located in Valladolid, Spain. It was designed by Amas4arquitectura and experiments with massiveness and openness of space. The building is a geometric array of red-clay colored blocks with… Read More

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Wang Weijen Architecture has been exploring how to reinvent the courtyard for a high-density urban context. In Hung Hom, Hong Kong they built a 20 story high 26,000 square meter university. The Read More

The Sliced Porosity Block in Chengdou, China, designed by Steven Holl is more than just a few skyscrapers. The plaza creates a metropolitan, multi-use center with its design roots in ancient Chinese poetry and the… Read More