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June 26, 2014 /

The 2014 FIFA World Cup Stadiums

One of the biggest and most popular international sports events of the year is the 20th FIFA World Cup currently underway in Brazil. Leading up to this spectacular mega-event, the country has been busy with brand new architectural and infrastructural projects. Some of the soccer stadiums stand out thanks to a new and distinctive architectural approach.

June 16, 2014 /

7 Architecture Books to Fill Up Your Suitcase

No matter what kind of holiday you've got planned, you will need quality books. Quality architecture books. Whether you're killing time while stuck in transit or inside your hotel room on a rainy day, it is the perfect opportunity to catch up on the architectural reading, you normally have no time or patience for.

May 18, 2014 /

Touring the World of Architecture: Week 20

This week’s architectural news round up includes the completion of Snøhetta’s 9/11 Memorial museum, petitions against Zaha Hadid’s Tokyo stadium, Sydney’s new cultural policy and an intriguing video from Denmark, re-imagining the countryside. As of next week Touring the World of Architecture will be on a summer break. Don’t fear however, we’ll be back later in the summer with the freshest news and views from around the globe. Until then, love from the arcspace team. Happy holidays!

  • May 12, 2014 /

    Touring the World of Architecture: Week 19

    arcspace presents Touring the World of Architecture Week 19, a quick round up of recent news and features to keep you in the loop! This week, 3XN’s mangrove styled towers get going in Mumbai, Foster + Partners prime Las Vegas Hotel is sentenced to fate and Frank Gehry is commended for his defining and continuous contribution to architecture and human cultural heritage. See you next week readers! ...

  • May 05, 2014 /

    Touring the World of Architecture: Week 18

    Welcome to Touring the World of Architecture Week 18, your round up of architectural news is here with MAD going au naturel in China, Atelier Blur finding their Yin Yang in Shenzhen, the Mars One architect and a classic of a video to round it off. Have a great week from the arcspace week ...

  • May 01, 2014 /

    Interview: Patrik Schumacher

    Zaha Hadid Architects' director Patrik Schumacher talks about the global rise of parametric design, the advent of robotics in architecture, and the influence of 'The Matrix' on creating intelligent buildings. ...

  • April 28, 2014 /

    Touring the World of Architecture: Week 17

    Tired of scanning the web for the best stories. Well look no further than Touring the World of Architecture Week 17. We bring you a round up of last week’s biggest and best architectural news. We open with MVRDV’s Moscow masterplan, UNStudio sparkling addition in Seoul, amphibianArc’s huge design in China and a compelling video from NYC. Truly global! ...

  • April 18, 2014 /

    Touring the World of Architecture: Week 16

    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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