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Who said that chess is not about design and architecture? In an attempt to gain global presence, the world’s oldest sport continues its makeover and appeals not only to chess fans (over 600 million around the world), but is...
ARoS Aarhus Art Museum in Denmark, headed by its visionary director Erland G. Høyersten, has revealed an ambitious expansion plan aiming to bring the museum into the world elite of modern art museums. “The Next Level “expansion project is...
Scape Design Associates has recently completed the landscape design for 50 St. Edmund’s Terrace, a prestigious new residential development in the heart of an exclusive central London conservation area. Bordered by Primrose Hill and overlooking the vast expanse of...
When the architects first visited this Georgian Grade II Listed town house in Marylebone, the roof had failed, rain water had leaked as far down as the first floor and the building was derelict and had been occupied by...
Collaboration with the School of Architecture and Planning and MIT Museum will involve classes for MIT students on ways of collecting and exhibiting. The School of Architecture and Planning and the MIT Museum have launched a three-year collaboration with Sir...
After selling out the First Edition of MVRDV Buildings in just 24 months, MVRDV and nai010 publishers have released an updated Second Edition of the book which now includes recently completed projects such as Markthal, Pushed Slab, and the...
Design Corps and the Social Economic Environmental Design (SEED) Network are pleased to announce the Sixth Annual SEED Awards. Recognizing excellence in social, economic, and environmental design, the SEED Awards represent the confluence of forces needed to create truly...
This milestone scheme in the field of pre-school education will deliver a multicultural educational facility for over 2,000 pupils and 400 support staff Bogle Architects have developed an architectural and educational vision that will provide a rich learning environment for...
OOPEAA Office for Peripheral Architecture based in Seinäjoki, Finland won this year Finlandia Prize for Architecture for their Puukuokka Housing Block. The building is energy-efficient trio of multi-story timber-framed flats. It includes three 6-8 story blocks and 150 flats with...

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