Massimo Scolari: The Representation of Architecture, 1967-2012
Architecture Gallery Yale School of Architecture
Courtesy Yale Architecture Gallery 
Dream of a Shadow, the Man, 2011
Watercolor on masonite, 30 x 30 cm Exhibitions
April 30, 2012 /

Massimo Scolari
Architecture Gallery Yale School of Architecture
New Haven, Connecticut, USA
On view: February 06, 2012 - May 04, 2012

The first retrospective of Massimo Scolari in the United States since 1986, explores the arc of Scolari's career from 1967 to 2012.

Opus Hong Kong by Gehry Partners, LLP in Hong Kong, China
Photo: Thomas Mayer
April 23, 2012 /

Opus Hong Kong
Gehry Partners, LLP
Hong Kong, China

Located at 53 Stubbs Road on The Peak, a spectacular site that has been in the Swire Group for more than 60 years, Opus Hong Kong is a sculptural 12-story building comprised of two double-level garden apartments and 10 apartments, each unique in design and occupying an entire floor of the building.

Image courtesy BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group
BIG - Beach and Howe St - Rendering Features
April 23, 2012 /

Beach and Howe St.
Vancouver, Canada

A welcoming gateway to the city, and another unique structure to the Vancouver skyline. The 49-story tower, named after its location on the corner of Howe & Beach, will become one of the city's fourth tallest buildings.

Mobile Architecture 
Construction and Design Manual
By Kim Seonwook & Pyo Miyoung 
Publisher: DOM Articles
April 18, 2012 /

Mobile Architecture - Construction and Design Manual
By Kim Seonwook & Pyo Miyoung

Authors Kim Seonwook and Pyo Miyoung have assembled a rich array of extraordinary experiments and practical solutions. Publisher: DOM.

Khalsa Heritage Memorial Complex exterior 
Photo Ram Rahman Features
April 16, 2012 /

Khalsa Heritage Memorial Complex
Moshe Safdie
Anadpur Sahib, Punjab, India

The Khalsa Heritage Memorial is a new museum of the Sikh people located in the holy town of Anandpur. The museum celebrates 500 years of Sikh history and the 300th anniversary of the Khalsa, the scriptures written by the 10th and last Guru, Gobind Singh, founder of the modern Sikh faith.

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