In this week's Touring, we bring you the chance to preview the impressive design of Istanbul Airport's new terminal, Chipperfeld's design of the Nobel HQ sparks controversy in the Norwegian capital, a visit to what is regarded by TIME magazine to be the most humane prison in the world and finally, a lecture from one of the most notable Columbian architects, Daniel Bonilla.
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Welcome to Touring the World of Architecture: Week 15. We’ve got four intriguing features for you starting with the big time partnership of Gehry and Norman Foster going all guns blazing at London’s Battersea Power Station, a beautiful hospital in Denmark by Herzog & Meuron, a rare win for modesty with Chipperfield’s ‘light’ Nobel prize HQ design and a cool birds eye video entitled ‘Tiny Sydney’. Have a great weekend from the arcspace team.
It’s week 14 already! Touring the World of Architecture is here to inform you of this week’s biggest and best news. Zaha Hadid Architects have revealed their Macau hotel design, DUS Architects are causing a stir with their 3D printer in Amsterdam and there is a fantastic new architecture school in the pipeline in Dubai. We finish the week with an intriguing short film on busking, asking what architects can do to cater for such informal city life? Have a great weekend.
March 28, 2014 /
Welcome to arcspace’s weekly round up of fascinating news. This time we take a look at Shigeru Ban’s Pritzker Prize win, David Beckham’s dream stadium in Miami and OMA’s design for a HQ extension in Berlin. Friday fun features the ‘Im an Architect’ spoof which will no doubt get stuck in your head! Make sure to come back to us next week as there’s a fantastic arcspace Camera piece on John Kosmopoulos in the line up. Until then have a great weekend from the arcspace team. ...
March 27, 2014 /
Copenhagen Architecture FestivalxFilm opens today with a program of four days of film, talks and events with a focus on the relationship between architecture and film. As a prelude we have interviewed architect, filmmaker, and Associate Professor at The Royal Academy of Arts Morten Melgaard, who has been researching the relationship between architecture and film for several years. ...
March 21, 2014 /
Welcome to Touring the World of Architecture, edition 12! We have our weekly global round up of architectural news and events including, ZHA director Patrick Schumacher’s public outcry, a wonderful floating sculpture from Janet Echelman, the winners of the infamous 120 hours competition, Copenhagen Architecture Festival X Film and Foster + Partners Bangkok special! Get scrolling, thanks for visiting and have a great weekend from all here at arcspace! ...
March 14, 2014 /
Hello one and all. Welcome to Touring the World of Architecture, arcspace’s weekly round up of all things interesting! This time we comment on Koolhaas’s vision for the 2014 Venice Biennial, Sou Fujimoto’s provocative French pineapple design and MVRDV’s mirrored bowl. Be sure to check out the natural architecture on show in our Friday fun video. Have a great weekend from the arcspace team ...
March 07, 2014 /
Week 10 has been and gone and with it a flurry of architectural news. Here you can find some of the best stories this week including White Architecture’s big move, Barkow Leibinger’s Berlin complex win, the Utøya memorial and an insightful look at a project in South Africa. Have a great weekend from all here on the arcspace team. ...