Architecture for the Bichon Frise

Architecture for dogs, a website that allows users to upload their designs, order kits, or view DIY videos, provides a collection of sincere architecture designed to make dogs and their owners happy. Their first project… Read More

Sports Hall by Slangen Koenis Architects

In addition to adding bright color to the grey surroundings, ‘De Rietlanden,’a sports hall built between two existing sports facilities, will create a more welcoming sports center for Rietland, in the Netherlands. The architects for… Read More

Rendering of proposed twin skyscrapers

Scheduled to break ground in 2015, the proposed pair of twin towers, which would be the third tallest twin skyscrapers in Sweden, has been announced the winner of the Tor Torn skyscraper competition in Stockholm.… Read More

Design for the Tour Traingle

After the construction of the Montparnasse Tower in 1973, the public reaction was so negative that Paris banned the construction of all new buildings over seven stories. However, the mayor of Paris has overturned the ban… Read More

Proposed Brooklyn Tech Triangle plan by WXY

The Brooklyn Tech Triangle Coalition wants to transform New York into the top high-tech hub in the nation. Currently second behind the top tech hub, Silicon Valley, the “Brooklyn Tech Triangle” can become the most… Read More

 

New Rochelle, NY, is announcing a competition to design, plan, and re-image the city’s waterfront and downtown communities. The site for the competition will be the current home of an abandoned factory: a 2.92-acre… Read More

Princess Elisabeth Antartica Research Station

 

Showcasing the engineering and scientific ingenuity required to design buildings in the most extreme conditions, the Ice Lab exhibition will feature projects such as the world’s first fully relocatable polar research station, Antarctica’s first zero-emission… Read More

NYC Second Ave Subway Construction

With the initial phase of the opening set for 2016, the Second Avenue Subway line is being constructed under the Upper East Side. Construction work includes blasting through bedrock, removing top-soil, and installing service connections… Read More

Cayan Tower in Dubai

Having its lower portion oriented toward the Dubai Marina and its upper portion oriented toward the Golf, the Cayan Tower has a 90-degree twist. Designed by Skidmore, Owings, & Merrill, this residential structure offers 495… Read More

Proposal of 5th Pavilion of Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

Saucier and Perrotte’s design for the Montreal Museum of Fine Art’s Fifth Pavilion has recently been announced as a finalist in the competition. The proposed project, planned to be constructed of marble with gray veins,… Read More

Proposed Coney Island wetlands

Even if New York never faces a Sandy-like storm again, Bloomberg’s $20 Billion plan may be the most economically feasible. Without the addition of its proposed dunes, floodgates, removable walls, levees, floodwalls, bulkheads and wetlands,… Read More

Heatherwick Studio has released plans for a bridge to cross London’s Thames river, connecting the Covent Garden with the South Bank. Trees, wild flowers, and grass will cover this pedestrian bridge, designed to… Read More

Olympic Master Plan, London

The Royal Institute of British Architects has announced the 52 RIBA National and EU Award recipients. The shortlist for the RIBA Stirling Prize will be selected from this year’s winners, 43 of which were awarded… Read More

Silk-weaving facility designed by Adjaye

With the goal of promoting sustainable business growth, Maiyet, a luxury clothing brand, and Nest, a non-profit organization dedicated to developing artisan businesses, have partnered to commission a design by David Adjayre for a facility… Read More

Health Sciences Education Building, Phoenix

The winners are in for the 2013 Los Angeles Architectural Awards, with Grand Prize going to the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation Headquarters (by ZGF Architects LLP). Other winners include Downtown LA’s magnificent new Grand Park… Read More