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  • July 14, 2017 /

    What's New On The Bookshelf? July 2017 edition

    Looking for inspiration for your summer reading? Don’t worry. We’ve found some of the top releases to sweeten your summer even more! For those interested in the Scandinavian design approach, a new book just arrived freshly from the print. There’s also news about contemporary museum architecture as well as investigations on religious architecture and sacred spaces. Additionally, we’ll provide you with the convergence between modernist architecture and international trends, and finally, a new publication that casts a glance on the visionary work of MVRDV is now available. For us, there’s no doubt about our top readings this summer! ...

  • September 29, 2016 /

    Monthly News Round Up - September 2016 edition

    In September we saw the announcement of the RIBA Royal Gold Medal and Praemium Imperiale prizes, the last piece of the World Trade Centre puzzle was revealed, and big step forward for the recognition of Brutalist architecture. Read the article to find out more! ...

  • March 24, 2016 /

    Monthly News Round Up - March 2016

    First off in this month's news round-up, Bjarke Ingels unveils a new stadium design for the Washington Redskins. Then, architect Greg Lynn boldly proposes the future of architecture lies in glue, Kengo Kuma displays first Australian project, and the winners of the Expo 2020 Pavilion competition are announced. Finally, we're showcasing a video game that might unlock the answers to some of the world's biggest challenges. ...

  • Rafael Vinoly
    October 25, 2013 /

    Touring the World of Architecture: Week 43

    What a great week packed with big architectural news. We have more big scale projects for you, from an old power station in London to a shoreline development in New York to three large domes in Seattle! News on a folding house and a moustache reminder round off this week’s Touring the World of Architecture! ...

  • July 28, 2017 /

    News Round Up - July 2017

    In July, we witnessed the announcement of a new partnership agreement to design refugee shelters, as well as the announcement of future plans for one of Paris’ most iconic buildings. In Denmark, we celebrated the opening of a new, innovative museum, meanwhile Royal Mail in London presented an alternative way of celebrating architectural landmarks. Find out more here! ...

  • December 13, 2013 /

    Touring the World of Architecture: Week 50

    Hello again everyone! Welcome back to Touring the World of Architecture. Here are some of the most intriguing stories from the architectural world this week. We have SOM’s wind tower, OMA’s win in Miami, Form4’s cylindrical design, a tower with a car elevator and a cool mirror timelapse video! ...

  • August 04, 2017 /

    What’s On - Architectural Exhibitions and Events, August 2017

    This month, we’ve gathered our top five architecture events. As part of the exhibition Art of Many currently on show, the Danish Architecture Centre is host to two lively debates during August. In Norway we’re celebrating a new architecture film festival - which this year focuses on social aspects of urbanism. Additionally, during this year’s summer school, Copenhagen Architecture Festival investigates the landscapes and seascapes of western Denmark. In the US, Yale provides an insight into the urban landscapes of Israeli cities, while the Museum of Sydney celebrates one of Australia's most iconic designers through a retrospective. ...

  • Mario Cucinella Architects. Image © Parramatta City Council
    November 15, 2013 /

    Touring the World of Architecture: Week 46

    A warm welcome to this weeks edition of Touring the World of Architecture. Below you will find a splatter of architectural news from the week to keep you entertained. Hadid is causing a stir, central Sydney has a hard choice to make, the US embassy in London gets going and one book reveals all about architects own homes. ...

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