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A Chronicle of Architecture The Age of Spectacle Time of Uncertainty
Luis Fernández-Galiano portrays the development of architecture in the course of the turn of the century through 256 articles written for El País from 1993 to 2006, presented in 2 volumes containing close to 2,500 images and 2,000 references to the protagonists of projects and debates of the period in question.
A Chronicle of Architecture Time of Uncertainty
Through a selection of essays written by Luis Fernández-Galiano for El País, Time of Uncertainty – volume 2 of Alexandrine Years – examines the beginnings of a 21st century marked by 9/11, wars, and climate change.
A Chronicle of Architecture The Age of Spectacle
The Age of Spectacle, volume 1 of the book Alexandrine Years, offers a chronicle of the bonanza and optimism of the 20th century’s closing years through texts that Luis Fernández-Galiano wrote for the newspaper El País.
RCR arquitectes RCR arquitectes
Land architecture, but also architecture of the land. After three decades of work, Rafael Aranda, Carme Pigem and Ramon Vilalta have obtained universal recognition for a stubbornly local oeuvre.
SANAA SANAA
The 352-page volume, in hardcover and fully bilingual Spanish-English edition, which gathers the complete oeuvre of Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa over almost three decades of work of the three studios they lead in Tokyo
Francis Kéré Francis Kéré
The ICO Foundation has published a bilingual (Spanish and English) catalog of the exhibition ‘Francis Kéré: Primary Elements.’ Presenting a selection of 33 works, the book journeys through the professional trajectory of the Burkinabe architect.
David Chipperfield David Chipperfield
The Fundación ICO presents the bilingual Spanish-English catalogue of the exhibition ‘Essentials. David Chipperfield Architects.’ Featuring thirty works and projects, the book covers thirty years in the career of the British architect. 
Juan Navarro Baldeweg Juan Navarro Baldeweg
The Fundación ICO publishes, in bilingual Spanish-English edition, the catalogue of the exhibition ‘One Zodiac. Juan Navarro Baldeweg,’ which covers the professional career of the Spanish architect, establishing connections between his works as if they formed a zodiac, a ring of constellations. 
The Architect is Present The Architect is Present
Published by the Fundación ICO in a bilingual edition, Spanish and English, the book ‘The Architect is Present’ shows the work of five studios that work in underprivileged contexts, proving that scarcity of means can stimulate technical inventiveness and comunity participation.
Spain mon amour Spain mon amour
Published by the Fundación ICO in a bilingual edition, Spanish and English, the book ‘Spain mon amour’ reviews recent Spanish architecture through fifteen works in fifteen different cities, completed by five studios and represented by five prominent photographers.
Atlas: Europe Atlas: Europe
Devoted to the most recent architecture of the European continent, it is the fourth volume in a series which develops and updates the work published in 2007 by the BBVA Foundation, Atlas. Global Architecture circa 2000. The current publication, of 320 pages, is also edited in Spanish.
Atlas: Africa and M. East Atlas: Africa and M. East
Devoted to the most recent architecture of Africa and the Middle East, is the third volume in a series of four which develop and update the work published in 2007 by the BBVA Foundation, Atlas. Global Architecture circa 2000. The current publication, of 320 pages, is also edited in Spanish.
Atlas: America Atlas: America
Devoted to the latest architecture of America, it is the second volume in a series of four which develop and update the work published by the BBVA Foundation in 2007, Atlas. Global Architecture circa 2000. The current publication, of 320 pages, is also edited in Spanish.
Atlas: Asia and Pacífic Atlas: Asia and Pacífic
This Atlas, devoted to the latest architecture of Asia and the Pacific, is the first volume in a series of four which develop and update the work published by the BBVA Foundation in 2007, Atlas. Global Architecture circa 2000. The current publication, of 320 pages, is also edited in Spanish.
Atlas. Circa 2000 Atlas. Circa 2000
The BBVA Foundation presents Atlas. Arquitectura global circa 2000, a volume of 312 pages published also in Spanish. Centered on the period opened by the Fall of the Berlin Wall, this work intends to be a critical assessment of world architecture in our global times.
Spain Builds, 1975-2010 Spain Builds, 1975-2010
Second edition of the work published in 2006 coinciding with the exhibition on architecture in Spain held at the MoMA. Now, to mark Spain's presence at Expo Shanghai, the oeuvre is extended, adding Chinese to the original languages.
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Andrés Jaque,
Run Run Run Restaurant in Madrid

Conceived as an ‘urban technofarm,’ Run Run Run is a politically driven infrastructure that seeks to turn the street into a “playing and training field” and provoke human encounters in places and activities traditionally belonging to the realm of the domestic and individual...

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06/12/2019

Burgos & Garrido, Miño River footbridge

With a project titled ‘A Line over the Miño,’ Burgos & Garrido Arquitectos – in collaboration with Bernabeu Ingenieros – won the competition for a pedestrian and cycling suspension bridge connecting Goián-Castelinho, in the Spanish province of Pontevedra...

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03/12/2019

Our Remote Origins

Luis Fernández-Galiano

Enmeshed with microhistories, we yearn for great narratives. The Annales school taught us to look at the longue durée of history under the prism of geography and economics...

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02/12/2019

Botter + Bressan, congress and exhibition center in Agordo (Italy)

The Italian studios led by Andrea Botter and Emanuele Bressan together designed this congress and exhibition center in the municipality of Agordo, in the Veneto region. Reinterpreting the Alpine landscape, the roof’s play of inclinations is prolonged by cantilevers...

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29/11/2019

OMA wins of the competition to redevelop VDMA in Eindhoven (Netherlands)

Drawn up by an OMA design team led by David Gianotten and Mariano Sagasta, the masterplan for reurbanizing the VDMA site in the center of Eindhoven transforms the area into a mixed-use hub, with housing, offices, and public spaces distributed...

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28/11/2019

Dorte Mandrup,
whale watching facility and museum

The village of Andenes, 300 kilometers from the Arctic Circle, is on the Norwegian island of Andøya, in an area frequented by whales on their migratory journeys. Here the Danish studio Dorte Mandrup will be building a seaside viewpoint for watching whales, having won...

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27/11/2019

MAD, Hutong Bubble 218 in Beijing

With offices in Beijing, Los Angeles, New York, and Rome, Ma Yansong’s firm MAD has finished renovating a house in an old hutong, revitalizing the Chinese capital’s traditional alley where dwellings are arranged around courtyards and toilets are often shared...

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26/11/2019

Carmody Groarke, Windermere Jetty Museum in England

The London firm of Kevin Carmody and Andy Groarke designed this museum that harbors a boat collection on the shores of Windermere, England’s largest natural lake, in Cumbria County’s Lake District National Park. Outside the town of Windermere, the site was...

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25/11/2019

Mecanoo, villa in Vught (Netherlands)

A work of Mecanoo, the Delft studio led by founding partner Francine Houben, this residence cum cooking school drew inspiration from the traditional Dutch farming hoeve, where constructions are clustered around a central open space. A circular path surrounds three volumes...

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22/11/2019

Leeza SOHO tower of Zaha Hadid Architects opens in Beijing

Designed by Zaha Hadid before she died on March 2016, Leeza SOHO contains the world’s tallest atrium (194,16 meters), which whirls around the building upward. Rising in the Chinese capital’s Fengtai business district, the tower contains 172,800 square meters...

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21/11/2019

De Villar Chacón Arquitectos,
Kinder Park in Mexicali (Mexico)

The firm of the Madrid architects José de Villar and Carlos Chacón won the competition to design a park included in the plan for Valle del Puebla in Mexicali, capital city of the Mexican state of Baja California. Spaces of different scales interconnect forming closed geometries...

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19/11/2019

Kengo Kuma, Odunpazari Modern Art Museum in Eskişehir

Assembled together with wood strips, a series of stacked boxes house the new Odunpazari Museum of Modern Art in the Turkish city of Eskişehir, a university town with a large young population and a lively and active atmosphere. The plot is on the boundary of a new...

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18/11/2019

Archstudio,
Folding Courtyard in Beijing (China)

The project involved renovating a siheyuan – a historical Chinese type of residence – located in Beijing’s Dongcheng District. Originally there was a group of unconnected volumes under a flat roof, a rare feature in constructions of this kind, characterized by pitched roofs...

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15/11/2019

Elisa Valero, Eight Experimental Dwellings in Granada

The dwellings are located in Realejo, an old Jewish ‘arrabal’ (a group of houses outside the city center) and one of the most emblematic quarters of Granada. This area, at the foot of the Alhambra, has a steep topography, and some of its urban blocks have differences...

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14/11/2019

Glenn Murcutt,
MPavilion 2019 in Melbourne (Australia)

Every year since 2014 the Naomi Milgron Foundation commissions an architect to design a summer structure for Melbourne called MPavilion, and the sixth has just opened in Queen Victoria Gardens. The Australian architect Glenn Murcutt conceived a simple...

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13/11/2019

Zaha Hadid Architects, Ülemiste train terminal in Tallinn (Estonia)

A design drawn up by the British firm Zaha Hadid Architects – in collaboration with the Estonian practice Esplan – has been awarded first prize in the competition for Rail Baltic’s new terminal in Ülemiste, a subdistrict of the country’s capital. The station is the starting point...

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12/11/2019

Hariri-Pontarin's Bahá’í Temple Wins 2019 RAIC International Prize

This temple for the Baha'is of South America outside Santiago de Chile is a formal and technical wonder. It just won the $100,000 Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) International Prize for best building. It uses light for its spiritual and design inspiration...

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11/11/2019

BIG, Panda House
in Copenhagen (Denmark)

The circular shape of the Panda House solves the problems arising from the complex conditions of the site, at the intersection of walkways between Copenhagen Zoo’s elephant, monkey, and Nordic fauna sections. At the same time, the circularity presents the opportunity to...

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08/11/2019

Second Home Hollywood, by Selgascano

The co-working campus includes a historic building designed in the 1960s by Paul Williams - the first African-American to be admitted to the American Institute of Architects. 90% of members say Second Home’s unique design is why they love working here. 

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07/11/2019

PPAA + Alfonso de la Concha Rojas,
Tlalpuente House in Mexico City

A work of two Mexican practices – Pérez Palacios Arquitectos Asociados (PPAA) and the office of Alfonso de la Concha Rojas – built this house that engages in dialogue with the privileged forested environment of Tlalpuente. With optimal views and no need to protect...

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07/11/2019

Robert A.M. Stern Architects, transformation of Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government

The New York firm of Robert A.M. Stern has renovated the John F. Kennedy School of Government of Harvard University in Cambridge (Massachusetts), giving clarity to the complex through three constructions that effectively unite the four preexisting buildings....

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06/11/2019

Snøhetta,
visitor center in Longyearbyen (Norway)

The Oslo firm Snøhetta has designed a facility to go up on the Norwegian island of Spitsbergen, near Longyearbyen, which is the capital of the Svalbard Archipelago, in the Arctic Ocean. The Arc, as it will be called, aims to give visitors access to the Arctic World Archive...

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05/11/2019

Obama Presidential Center Renderings

The Obama Foundation has revealed updated renderings for the Obama Presidential Center (OPC), the project designed by Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects (TWBTA) for a site in Jackson Park on Chicago's South Side...

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05/11/2019

Tomohiro Hata, Loop Terrace House
in Hyogo (Japan)

This house in Hyogo (Japan) pursues two principal objectives which could well be seen as contradictory: on the one hand, to create an intimate abode on a barely 140-square-meter lot with neighbors in all four directions; on the other, to make the domestic spaces fluid...

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31/10/2019

Zaha Hadid Architects + Cox Architecture,
airport in Sydney

The London firm Zaha Hadid Architects and Sydney-based Cox Architecture have together won the competition for the new Western Sydney Airport (WSA) in Parkland City, part of the coastal metropolis’s western expansion. It is to be named after the Australian...

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30/10/2019

Smoke surrounds the Getty Center

Daily Mail

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti says the Getty wildfire in the city's western neighborhoods has scorched more than 600 acres but its growth has slowed and dramatic footage showed smoke and flames surrounding the Getty Center...

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29/10/2019

Rodolfo Cañas,
Mogro House in Santiago (Chile)

Located in the Montenegro neighborhood of the Chilean capital, this single-household dwelling is crowned with a thin volume which, clad in stainless steel panels and featuring a skylight, is the only part of the building that can be seen from the surrounding streets...

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28/10/2019

Barozzi Veiga,
Tanzhaus in Zurich (Switzerland)

Besides harboring a new cultural institution, the project seeks to transform and redefine the site’s connection with the Limmat River, as well as reactivate the riverside promenade. The building is a simple compact volume organized in two stepped levels, with roofs creating...

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25/10/2019

Vora, Vallirana 47 residential block
in Barcelona

The Catalonian firm vora, headed by Pere Buil and Toni Riba, revamped this 1924 building containing five dwellings, set between party walls on Vallirana 47, in Barcelona's Farró neighborhood. The strategy was to restore preexisting elements (hydraulic mosaic pavements...

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24/10/2019

MMX, Central Gardens of Jojutla (Mexico)

Founded by Jorge Arvizu, Ignacio del Río, Emmanuel Ramírez, and Diego Ricalde, Estudio MMX in Mexico City designed this square in Jojutla, a municipality in the state of Morelos, in an open project that citizens took part in. Inspiration was provided by trees that withstood...

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23/10/2019

The kaleidoscopic patterns of Turkey's architecture

The Guardian

Architect turned photographer Yener Torun started taking pictures of colourful buildings in Istanbul in 2014. For his latest series, he has travelled round Turkey...

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07/12/2019

Budapest’s green mayor puts brakes on €250m New National Gallery

The Art Newspaper

Construction on the €250m New National Gallery, designed by Japanese architectural firm Sanaa, was due to begin in early 2020 after two years spent refining the designs...

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07/12/2019

Want to get people to fly less?

Curbed / Alissa Walker

Stop funding billion-dollar airport expansions. Flight shaming should be directed at officials building fossil-fuel infrastructure, not passengers...

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06/12/2019

How Advertising Conquered Urban Space

Citylab / Darran Anderson

In cities around the world, advertising is everywhere. We may try to shut it out, but it reflects who we are (or want to be) and connects us to the urban past...

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05/12/2019

Turner prize awarded four ways after artists' plea to judges

The Guardian

All four nominees ( Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Helen Cammock, Oscar Murillo and Tai Shani) asked judges to recognise ‘commonality, multiplicity and solidarity’...

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04/12/2019

Tehachapi project by JR

In October 2019, French artist JR created a one-of-a-kind art activation within the walls of California Correctional Institution: Tehachapi in Southern California - a maximum security 4 facility...

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04/12/2019

A new type of time crystal could run without outside help

Science News

First proposed in 2012 by theoretical physicists Frank Wilczek of MIT and Alfred Shapere of the University of Kentucky in Lexington, the idea of time crystals was initially controversial...

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04/12/2019

Ferrari’s Monza Cars

Wired

The first cars in the "Icona" line offer 800 horsepower and looks borrowed from Ferrari's post-war racers...

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03/12/2019

Andrés Jaque, Chief Curator of the 13th Shanghai Biennale

Andrés Jaque is an architect, writer, and curator internationally renowned as one of the initiators of interscalar and transmedium approaches to urban and territorial studies. His work explores environments as the entanglement of life, bodies, technologies...

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02/12/2019

Frank Gehry creates a miniature Fondation Louis Vuitton in Seoul

The Spaces

It’s Frank Gehry’s first project in South Korea, and was created in partnership with Peter Marino – who’s overseen the interiors, including a dramatic lobby with a soaring 12-metre ceiling...

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01/12/2019

The Greenhouse Series,
by Tom Hegen

According to the United Nations, the world’s population will grow from today’s 7.5 billion people to 10 billion in 2050. And as natural resources like farmland and water become scarce, feeding the world will become an even greater challenge...

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30/11/2019

I.M. Pei’s stunning Sutton Place townhome lists for $8M

Curbed

The legendary architect’s airy Manhattan home, where he lived with his wife Eileen for more than 45 years, has a spiral staircase and a private garden...

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24/11/2019

Is Brexit Going to Cause a Crisis in the London Art Scene?

Dealers and collectors, worried about future customs and taxes, are moving works out of the country. “Brexit is a chance for Paris to have a better position,” says François de Ricqlès, the former president of Christie’s France...

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22/11/2019

Pixelated Craftsmanship

Luis Fernández-Galiano

Monumental or minuscule, the oeuvre of Kengo Kuma could be described as pixelated craftsmanship Its creative explosion, encompassing all scales and extending over four continents...

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21/11/2019

‘I Just Look, and Paint’

The New York Review of Books / Susan Tallman

The title work in Vija Celmins’s bewitching retrospective, To Fix the Image in Memory I–XI (1977–1982), is a loose collection of small stones like those found on windowsills...

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21/11/2019

Luxembourg to Become the First Country to Offer Free Mass Transit for All

The New York Times

Luxembourg is barely larger than a city-state, with a population of about 560,000 — roughly equivalent to smaller European capitals like Copenhagen...

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20/11/2019

Dominique Perrault Appointed Director of 2021 Seoul Biennale

Perrault joins the team of the Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism as its new General Director, for the 3rd edition, scheduled from September to November 2021...

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19/11/2019

Megalo-MoMA

The New York Review of Books / Martin Filler

Among the plethora of disturbingly disproportionate, super-tall, super-thin condominium towers that have spiked the New York City skyline since the turn of the millennium...

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19/11/2019

Former Yugoslavia's
brutalist beauty

The Guardian

Concrete blocks, civic centres and monuments shot up across the country in a show of power from a state between two worlds, western democracy and the communist east...

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18/11/2019

Amsterdam citizens given chance to own a piece of its golden age

The Guardian

Architectural treasure trove up for grabs in attempt to ‘breathe new life’ into old Amsterdam...

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16/11/2019

Wolfgang Tschapeller suspends over 100,000 books in new Cornell library

The Architect's Newspaper

Cornell University’s much-anticipated Mui Ho Fine Arts Library is finally open in Ithaca, New York. Set within a 27,000-square-foot industrial building from 1911...

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14/11/2019

Soane Medal Lecture 2019: Kenneth Frampton

Kenneth Frampton, renowned British architect, critic, historian and Professor of Architecture at Columbia University, New York, delivered the 2019 Soane Medal Lecture on November 11th at the LSE’s New Academic Building on Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London.

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12/11/2019

Inside the High-Stakes Race to Build the World’s First Flying Taxi

The New York Times

Lilium, a German start-up, illustrates the potential and the risks of creating a new generation of electric aircraft for urban transportation...

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09/11/2019

‘Jean Nouvel, in my head, in my eye… belonging...’ in Shanghai

Open to the public until March 1st, 2020, the Power Station of Art presents the first solo exhibition in China of French architect Jean Nouvel. Nouvel will transform the exhibition room into a theater filled with light and shadow...

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08/11/2019

Neon dreams:
Los Angeles by night

The Guardian

Franck Bohbot’s photography series LA Confidential, started in 2018, is a nocturnal exploration that focuses on neon signs...

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07/11/2019

Fernando Casasempere
at Ivorypress

This exhibition, open to the public until 11 January 2020, brings together a series of sculptural and pictorial works based on three sources of inspiration: pre-Hispanic heritage, the Chilean landscape and the impact...

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06/11/2019

Chinese province closes all glass bridges over safety fears

The Guardian

Hebei, a scenic mountainous province in China, has quietly closed all 32 of its glass bridges, walkways and mountain viewing platforms over the past year for safety reasons...

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05/11/2019

A pair of Australian bridges try to cure concrete cancer

The Economist

Reinforcing concrete with steel rods called rebars is the basis of modern construction. But because water gets in through tiny cracks, the rebars rust...

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04/11/2019

‘Álvaro Siza: in/discipline’ in Porto

On view through 2 December 2020 at the Serralves Foundation in Porto is an exhibition on Álvaro Siza that has been organized as part of observance of the 20th anniversary of the Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art...

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03/11/2019

Fologram, Augmented Reality
in Rhino

Fologram uses the HoloLens to blend your Rhino model with physical space. Design at scale and in context. Fologram is used by architects, engineers, designers, manufacturers, educators and creatives...

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03/11/2019

Gensler redesigns lobby for postmodern AT&T Building

Curbed

The future of 550 Madison Avenue, the Postmodern icon designed by Philip Johnson and John Burgee, is light-filled. It is part of the major overhaul of the skyscraper led by Snøhetta...

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02/11/2019

Damien Hirst Mandalas

White Cube is pleased to present ‘Mandalas’, an exhibition of new work by Damien Hirst at Mason's Yard. His first major show in London for seven years, it features large-scale works from the recent concentric paintings.

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01/11/2019

David Beckham's MLS team unveil plans for stadium in Miami

The Guardian

The masterplan of Miami Freedom Park was developed by Arquitectonica, who teamed up with HOK to develop the design of the stadium in line with the culture of Inter Miami Club...

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31/10/2019

Eduardo Souto in Lisbon

Saïd Hejal (Kronos Homes), who recently presented the project for two towers in Valencia with Ricardo Bofill, has commissioned Eduardo Souto de Moura – currently the subject of an extensive exhibition at the Casa da Arquitectura in Matosinhos – to carry out a major residential complex in Lisbon. Hejal and Souto de Moura are photographed with the model.

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30/10/2019

Ocean Cleanup

Wired

The anti-plastic crusaders have another plan to keep junk from reaching the sea: trash-eating barges in rivers...

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29/10/2019

Lamassu from the North-West Palace of Ashurnasirpal II

Factum Foundation

Since 2004, Factum Arte and Factum Foundation have been working on a project to send facsimiles of two lamassu to Mosul in Iraq...

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28/10/2019

Junya Ishigami Wins Inaugural Obel Award for Architecture

The $111,000 international prize honors outstanding contributions to architecture completed within the last five years. The project Botanical Farm Garden Art Biotop “Water Garden” by Ishigami is the first winner of the award administered by the Henrik Frode Obel Foundation...

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26/10/2019

London’s Imperfect Geometry Revealed in Aerial Photography by Bernhard Lang

Colossal

Munich-based photographer Bernhard Lang shared aerial views of famous squares and landmarks throughout London...

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27/10/2019

Lina Bo Bardi & Giancarlo Palanti. Studio d'Arte Palma 1948-1951

Design Museum Gent

The exhibition pays tribute to the Italo-Brazilian architect Lina Bo Bardi focusing on the furniture from the Studio d’Arte Palma, which she founded together with Italian architect...

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26/10/2019

The Quest to Get Photos of the USSR's First Space Shuttle

Wired

French photographer Jonk snuck into Baikonur spaceport in Kazakhstan to capture images of the Buran shuttle...

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26/10/2019

The Air of the City

Luis Fernández-Galiano

City air makes us free; city air kills us; and city air saves us. Urban humanity lived a drama in three acts: the bourgeois revolution ended feudal or class servitude...

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25/10/2019

Philharmonie de Paris architect sues over fines for late opening

The Guardian

Jean Nouvel’s lawyers say sums demanded from him are ‘totally disproportionate’. The cost of the concert hall rose from €173m when the project was announced in 2006 to €386m...

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24/10/2019

Shigeru Ban has an alternative focus: designing shelters for the displaced

The New York Times

Writing about Shigeru Ban is unlike writing about nearly any other living architect, in the sense that most of his important work cannot be seen or experienced in person...

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23/10/2019

David Chipperfield receives Galician of the Year Award

Presented at a ceremony in Santiago de Compostela by the President of Galicia, the award was given in recognition of David Chipperfield’s commitment to the region and the work of Fundación RIA...

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22/10/2019
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