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December 05, 2015 /

Dr Chau Chak Wing Building
Gehry Partners, LLP
Sydney, Australia

The Dr Chau Chak Wing Building is a bold, yet polarizing, addition to Sydney’s growing skyline. Designed by Gehry LLP, it is located in Ultimo, an inner-city suburb several kilometres from Sydney’s central business district. It is Australia’s first work by the globally renowned studio and, unsurprisingly, has generated a healthy mix of anticipation, admiration and disappointment.

Articles
December 03, 2015 /

What's On? Architectural Exhibitions, December 2015 edition

This month, a look at an unusual way of representing architecture - the simple comic-strip, a look into the work of Latin-American architects, U-TT and a retrospective of a German Modernist master. Also, exhibitions for the season include an architecture gingerbread house odyssey and an investigation of the potentials of public space during the wintertime at the Danish Architecture Centre.

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November 30, 2015 /

Transfer Terminal - Arnhem Central Station
UNStudio
Arnhem, The Netherlands

The future of train travel is revealed as Arnhem Central Station opens after 20-years of development. The Transfer Terminal is the central piece of the Masterplan linking different programs and levels within the station area.

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November 26, 2015 /

Monthly News Round-Up, November 2015 Edition

This month's top headlines include BIG's Portland masterplan, OMA's design for the Factory Manchester. Also, the American Museum of National History in New York gets a sculptural expansion and it would appear that Copenhagen gets its gate after all. Finally, Muji, the Japanese IKEA, reveals their coming line of off-the-shelf, pre-fab micro-cabins.

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November 23, 2015 /

One Central Park
Ateliers Jean Nouvel
Sydney, Australia

One Central Park is a vibrant, living landmark in what was once a derelict brewery site in downtown Sydney. One year on, this collaboration between French architect, Jean Nouvel and French botanist, Patrick Blanc is a blossoming vertical landscape, helping to redefine Sydney’s latest cultural precinct.

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