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March 12, 2014 /

DC Tower 1
Dominique Perrault
Vienna, Austria

French superstar architect Dominique Perrault is the man behind Vienna’s new landmark showcasing Perrault’s trademark use of big shapes and simple geometry. Named DC Tower 1 due to it’s location in Danube City and its status as one of a pair (the twin building remains on the drawing board) the building reaches a height of 250 meters and 60 floors making it the tallest skyscraper in Austria and a sign of Vienna's increasingly desperate ambition to re-shape Danube City.

Olympic Stadium. Photo courtesy of City of Helsinki Travel
March 10, 2014 /

Travel guide: Helsinki
Helsinki, Finland

Helsinki is known as a 'city of architecture'. As one of Europe’s youngest capitals, it was first shaped by Neoclassical architecture and later became the world’s largest concentration of Jugendstil buildings and National Romanticism. It was Alvar Aalto, who put Finland’s modern architecture on the world map. Helsinki features several of his masterpieces such as the academic bookstore and Finlandia Hall. Recently, the city experienced a renaissance of wooden architecture (see Kamppi Chapel) as well as major international art centers such as The Kiasma (1998) designed by Steven Holl and the Helsinki Music Centre.

Articles
March 07, 2014 /

Touring the World of Architecture: Week 10

Week 10 has been and gone and with it a flurry of architectural news. Here you can find some of the best stories this week including White Architecture’s big move, Barkow Leibinger’s Berlin complex win, the Utøya memorial and an insightful look at a project in South Africa. Have a great weekend from all here on the arcspace team.

Features
March 05, 2014 /

Emerson College (ELA)
Morphosis
Los Angeles, California, USA

The new sustainable facility features a host of innovative amenities designed to provide students with the opportunity to pursue their creativity.

Phoenix Media Center seen from the air. Photo by Kevin Holden Platt Features
March 03, 2014 /

Phoenix Media Center
Shao Weiping
Beijing, China

Architect Shao Weiping’s unveiling of the Phoenix International Media Center, which resembles a DNA-like double helix that has been wrapped into a loop, adds a new icon of advanced engineering and parametric design to Beijing’s ever-morphing skyline.

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