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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.

Articles
February 28, 2014 /

Touring the World of Architecture: Week 9

Ah hello again dear arcspace readers! We hope you've had a great week and as ever we have a few stories to take you into the weekend. You'll find an intriguing Casablanca master plan, the ongoing 'architects duty' debate, a ribbon tower with a twist and a hit of Scandinavian insights. Enjoy!

Museum for Architectural Drawing. Photo © Patricia Parinejad Features
February 26, 2014 /

Museum for Architectural Drawing
Sergei Tchoban & Sergei Kuznetsov
Berlin, Germany

The new Museum for Architectural Drawing in Berlin is designed by Russian Architects Sergei Tchoban and Sergei Kuznetsov. It is ironic that during our times, when the art of architectural drawing seems to be dying, at the same time it gets increasingly appreciated as an art form.

The Camera
February 24, 2014 /

Michael Massaia

Michael Massaia is a young fine art photographer and printmaker who spent the past few years documenting areas and objects in his native New Jersey. Black and white, isolation and a unique render of the ordinary is among his trademarks. Here, he explains how severe insomnia, photo realistic paintings, self-taught descipline and seeing what is right in front of him with an uncompromising vision, made him into the very talented photographer he is.

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