April 23, 2015 /

Monthly News Round-Up, April 2015 Edition

This month, a high-profile competition in Oslo and an indecisive jury causing a tie in the competition for the new National Gallery in Budapest. In other news, HLA has been picked for an extension of the Swedish National Museum, Rotterdam gets a new sustainable icon and the frantic, increasingly chaotic preparations to the EXPO 2015 continue. Finally, a look at Fujimoto's design for the new Polytechnic University in Paris.

The Camera
April 20, 2015 /

Brad Feinknopf

Being from a family of architects, Brad Feinknopf has been subjected to architecture all of his life. He has been doing commercial and architectural photography for over 25 years and has done a wide variety of work for many of the world's most well-known architects. Recently, ArchDaily selected Feinknopf as one of their 'Top 13 Architectural Photographers in the World'.

April 16, 2015 /

What's On? Architectural Exhibitions, April 2015 edition

This month, a look at the many great innovations in factory design over the course of the last century, an exploration of the potentials of public participation and the increasing importance of architectural photography as a means of mass communication. Also, exhibitions showing the work of Pritzker Prize laureates Herzog & de Meuron and Eduardo Souto de Moura.

April 13, 2015 /

Interview: Enrique Norten

Founded in Mexico City in 1986, TEN Arquitectos (Taller de Enrique Norten Arquitectos) reached international status in 2003, when they opened their New York office. Since then, TEN Arquitectos has grown to employ over 70 people, working on a diverse array of award-winning and critically acclaimed projects. We sat down with Enrique Norten for a talk about his recent projects and his general approach to architecture.

April 09, 2015 /

What's New on the Bookshelves? April 2015 edition

This month, a thought-provoking study of the conseuences of an ever-aging population. Then, an insightful look at one of the world's most familiar and popular building materials and an expanded edition on the master of Modernism, Le Corbusier, by award‐winning architectural historian William J. R. Curtis. Also, a fascinating monograph on David Adjaye, a look at the possibilities of establishing a new relationship between architecture and nature and a a collection of striking examples of contemporary religious architecture.

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