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  • March 07, 2014 /

    Touring the World of Architecture: Week 10

    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. ...

  • February 28, 2014 /

    Touring the World of Architecture: Week 9

    Ah hello again dear arcspace readers! We hope you've had a great week and as ever we have a few stories to take you into the weekend. You'll find an intriguing Casablanca master plan, the ongoing 'architects duty' debate, a ribbon tower with a twist and a hit of Scandinavian insights. Enjoy! ...

  • February 21, 2014 /

    Touring the World of Architecture: Week 8

    Hello again from the team here at arcspace wishing you a great weekend. This weeks roundup of interesting architectural news includes the Progressive Architecture Awards, an exciting project in Mexico City, a debatable antenna tower in Chile and a slice of scaling heights for our Friday fun! ...

  • February 13, 2014 /

    Touring the World of Architecture: Week 7

    Another working week has shot by. So as you gear up for the weekends activities we bring you a snippet of architectural going ons! This week includes the Design Museum award nominations, Frank Lloyds MoMa exhibition, a possible new highline and an insightful video from Thom Mayne in New York. Enjoy folks! ...

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    February 07, 2014 /

    Touring the World of Architecture: Week 6

    Your weekly edition of Touring the World of Architecture is here with a variety of news features from Sochi's Fisht Olympic Stadium to MoMa's sustainable summer house, a spectacular Montreal based science building and of course, towers made of people! Have a great weekend from the arcspace team. ...

  • January 31, 2014 /

    Touring the World of Architecture: Week 5

    This week, Gehry to bring Bilbao effect to Berlin, no hope of rescuing the Folk, Herzog & de Meuron reveals pedestrian-friendly master plan and Google and LEGO join forces. Finally, a skilled animation spells some of the architecture greats. ...

  • January 23, 2014 /

    After the Tsunami, at the 'Women’s River'

    The towns in Japan’s Tōhoku region were practically wiped off the face of the earth by the tsunami on March 9, 2011. What little remains is hastily being replaced by new settlements built on elevated plateaus. No memorials are wanted. But former residents – and architect initiatives such as Architecture for Humanity – disagree with the hasty reconstruction plans made up by the central government. ...

  • January 17, 2014 /

    Touring the World of Architecture: Week 3

    This week, some good news for Frank Gehry, some not-so-great news for OMA, and the Shard is about to get a baby brother. Then, Foster proposes a bold scheme for London cyclists and a dreamlike video of LA. ...

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