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The Camera
April 16, 2014 /

Akira Takaue

Dr. Akira Takaue is a structural & consulting engineer from Japan, working on high-rise buildings, long-span bridges and other mega-structures mainly in Asia since 1996. After receiving his Ph.D. and whilst working for an international structural engineering firm, Takaue travels around the world producing fine art architectural images rooted in his approach of structural mechanics and material engineering.

Features
April 14, 2014 /

Biomuseo
Gehry Partners, LLP
Panama City, Panama

The Biomuseo by Frank O. Gehry is located at the Pacific entrance of the Panama Canal, on the Amador Causeway. The purpose of the museum is to change the way we see, understand and preserve our environment.

Articles
April 11, 2014 /

Touring the World of Architecture: Week 15

Welcome to Touring the World of Architecture: Week 15. We’ve got four intriguing features for you starting with the big time partnership of Gehry and Norman Foster going all guns blazing at London’s Battersea Power Station, a beautiful hospital in Denmark by Herzog & Meuron, a rare win for modesty with Chipperfield’s ‘light’ Nobel prize HQ design and a cool birds eye video entitled ‘Tiny Sydney’. Have a great weekend from the arcspace team.

Bookcase
April 09, 2014 /

Our House in the City
By Sofia Borges, Sven Ehmann, Robert Klanten (editors)

Our House in the City is an explosion of stories, dreams and strategies that showcase the best and brightest designs for contemporary city living; city living that is undergoing a downtown revival. For the established architect, the interior designer, the inspiration hungry student, the homeowner, the renter, the trendy young professional and the mother of three, this book is a slice of escapism documenting the best examples of innovative and fresh solutions to modern day city living. From the master plan to the multifunctional cupboard there are endless and proven takes on how to improve your own personal wedge of urban space.

Architects
April 07, 2014 /

Shigeru Ban

In traditional Japanese architecture the walls are made of paper. This motive of the shoji was re-introduced into contemporary architecture by Shigeru Ban - with great success. The use of recycled paper and cardboard as a construction material has made him one of the world's most popular architects.

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