Two third-year students in the architecture program at Philadelphia University have won the prestigious ACSA Steel Design Competition for their entry,  “Stream Line.” A bridge to building design,  “Stream Line” was completed by the duo… Read More

Broad Art Museum

Three separate buildings on the Michigan State University campus have won awards at this year’s AIA Detroit Celebration of Architecture. The winning buildings are the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, the MSU Molecular Plant… Read More

Tower Infinity

Pasadena-based GDS Architects have been granted a permit to construct the world’s first “invisible” highrise structure near Incheon International Airport outside of Seoul, South Korea.

The project, named Tower Infinity, will rise… Read More

Architect Vahid Mojarrab's Freezer Office

And you thought Breaking Bad was the coolest thing to come out of New Mexico…  Now comes word that Architect Vahid Mojarrab, principal of WAMO Studio, has moved his entire Santa Fe offices into… Read More

Herzog + de Meuron Melbourne Station

A team of architects made up of Australia’s Hassel and Switzerland’s Herzog & de Meuron have beat out some stiff competition with their winning proposal to redesign Melbourne’s historic Flinders Street Station.

Hassel and Herzog & de Meuron… Read More

Watermark WestQuay

Proposed to be constructed in the British city of Southampton, the Watermark WestQuay will be bounded by Harbour Parade, medieval town walls, and the existing WestQuay Shopping Centre. The project would be a… Read More

Mummer's Theater

Despite the efforts of preservation groups, the Mummer’s theater, designed by recently deceased architect, John Johansen, has been purchased for $4.275 million and is set to be demolished in order to allow for… 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

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

Cornell Roosevelt Island

New York’s City Council has approved Cornell‘s plans for a two million square foot technological campus on Roosevelt Island. The Skidmore, Owings and Merrill (SOM) proposal is set to break ground sometime… Read More

One World Trade Center

One World Trade Center is approaching its final completion. After poor weather conditions and high winds thwarted construction last wee, crews finally were able to raise the spire… Read More

NYC Pier

New York’s City Council has approved a plan to restore the historic Pier 57. The pier, built in 1952, has been aging and falling into disrepair for some time. The 300,000… Read More

Arcosanti

Paolo Soleri, renowned architect, has died at the age of 93. Soleri is best known for the experimental city Acrosanti, “a symbol of countercultural utopianism in the high Arizona desert”. He was one of the… Read More

iPods

The new Apple campus, announced by Steve Jobs in Cupertino City, California could cost $2 billion more than expected. The original estimate of $3 billion has been found to be drastically… Read More