Download images of the International Port Terminal in Yokohama, Japan by Foreign Office Architects. The terminal combines of a passenger cruise terminal and a mix of civic facilities for the use of citizens in one.
The editorial team behind the Monocle-magazine helmed by founder Tyler Brûlé hits the streets with their first-ever book. It is big, clad in a bright yellow fabric that feels nice to the touch, global to the bone and filled with stuff of superb quality. It is destined to end up a favorite Christmas present for any globalized senior hipster with money to go around.
The ARC River Culture Pavilion, designed by New York-based stalwarts of experimental, multi-disciplinary design, Asymptote Architecture, dazzles visitors not just with its curious form but also with an abundance of cutting edge multimedia technologies.
Hello from all here at arcspace and welcome to week 47 of Touring the World of Architecture. The last 7 days have seen a couple of great wins! BIG present a beautiful curved design in France and NEXT Architects have proposed a knotted bridge in China! Then we have the return of Kanye West with more inspiring words and a video to welcome the imminent winter!
Dominique Perrault’s place-making effort sprouts from sets of actions that indicate links between conceptual thinking and material manipulation: to accompany, add, extend, generate, metamorphose, subtract, or unite. Applying such rules connects Perrault’s mesmerizing architecture with the investigations and aesthetic expressions of Minimal and Land Art.