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Articles
May 12, 2016 /

What's New on the Bookshelf? May 2016 edition

What's New on the Bookshelves brings you the latest in architectural publishing. This month, you'll find the latest guide by Monocle on how to build a better life. There’s also a new monograph on famous French architect, Jacques Ferrier, as well as new solutions for ageing populations. We’re also bringing you a handy little guide that all architects should carry in their pocket. Finally, a research publication by The Worldwatch Institute on the viability of sustainable cities and strategies towards them.

Features
May 09, 2016 /

The Commons
Breathe Architecture
Melbourne, Australia

The Commons, by Breathe Architecture, is situated in East Brunswick, six kilometers from Melbourne’s CBD. Clad in a chevron-patterned façade, the building is a raw and captivating piece of architecture. It’s also the prototype for a new development model, called Nightingale, which aims to transform the way that apartment buildings are financed and designed in Australia. It sits in stark contrast to current housing models, which remain unaffordable and conservative in their ambitions.

Articles
May 05, 2016 /

What's On? Architectural Exhibitions, May 2016 Edition

World renowned architectural photography, new atmospheric ways of communicating architecture, an OMA ghost cathedral at the Met, export of social spaces between European cities, London Skyline 2030 - not to mention the opening of the 15th International Architecture Exhibition. This May, you can dive into exhibitions with all sorts of approaches to architecture across the world. Read all about them in this month’s “What’s On” guide.

Articles
May 04, 2016 /

Venice Biennale Curator Series: Australia

In the fifth installment of the Venice Biennale Curator Series, arcspace talks with Australian Pavilion Creative Directors, Amelia Holliday, Michelle Tabet and Isabelle Toland about their plans for the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale.

Features
May 02, 2016 /

Bill & Melinda Gates Hall
Morphosis
Ithaca, New York, USA

Gates Hall brings together Cornell University’s Computer Science and Information Science departments in a new joint facility designed to generate collaboration and spontaneous discourse between the disciplines.

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