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For today’s Round Up we have our first selection of previous featured projects in the amazing New Zealand. The main image belongs to Crosson Clarke Carnachan’ s Whangapoua an excellent example of small, functional and simple architecture. Don’t miss the Victoria Square by Architectus or the MOTAT Aviation Display Hall a great wooden structure building designed by Studio Pacific Architecture. Finally, you must check out the Salamanca House by Parsonson Architects and the stunning Yellow Treehouse Restaurant designed by Pacific Environments.
Habemus Papam! and is the first time a latin american is elected as a Pope. So we seize the opportunity to remember great religious projects in latin america featured in ArchDaily. Like the Lookout Point Espinazo del Diablo designed by HHF architects or Pilgrim Route Refuge by Luis Aldrete, both projects part of The Pilgrim Route in Mexico. Also in Mexico, is situated the beautiful Lake Chapel by Divece Arquitectos. Revisit, the great Capilla del Retiro by chilean practice Undurraga Devés Arquitectos. Finally, you can’t miss one of our AD Classics, the stunning Cathedral of Brasilia by one of the masters of modern architecture, Oscar Niemeyer.
Today the world commemorates the International Women’s Day, so its an excellent opportunity for the first Round Up of Women Architects. Five great post you must visit, like Zaha Hadid’s Galaxy Soho or the Observatory House by mexican architect Tatiana Bilbao. Check out the amazing Aqua Tower by Studio Gang and the New Art Museum in New York by SANAA, firm founded by Kazuyo Sejima in 1995. Finally, watch the beautiful Torreblanca Park designed by Carme Pinos.
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Aires Mateus was established in 1988 and is one of the most influential portuguese architectural practices. Here are five great projects that you can’t miss again, like the amazing House in Leiria or the Casa na Areia located in Comporta, Portugal. You must check out Santo Tirso Call Center or the Sines Center for the Arts a building that works as link between Sines town and the sea. Finally, revisit the Building In Lagoa das Furnas, an outstanding project that evoke the architectural landscape of the Azores.
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As probably you were expecting, here are the 10 most popular projects of 2012! Thanks to all our readers and collaborators for this great year. Happy 2013! (more…)
The New Year is almost here! Before you head out to celebrate, check out the most retweeted articles of 2012. From the world’s first underwater hotel to a list of the most helpful apps for architects, this round up will not disappoint. Cheers!
The complete, top ten list after the break. (more…)
Before we welcome the new year, lets take a look back at ArchDaily’s most popular articles of 2012. From inspiring projects to influential editorials, this top ten list illustrates some of the year’s most important moments. Review them all, after the break.
Goodbye 2012, is never late and always exciting to review the year. We begin this year review with the 5 most bookmarked built projects of the year. What are you waiting for start your own library in ArchDaily? (more…)
The photo above is the unique Guggenheim Museum in New York City designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and was taken by Chimay Bleue. Check the other four after the break.
For today’s AD Round Up we have the 2nd selection of previously featured projects where wood is the principal character. The main image belongs to Sou Fujimoto’s amazing Final Wood House in Kumamoto, Japan. Check out, Casa Kike designed by Gianni Botsford Architects, or the Floating House in Ontario by MOS Architects. Take a look at the stunning Holiday House on the Rigi by AFGH. Finally, you can’t miss Bip Computers, a retail project with a great wood structure by Alberto Mozo.
Looking hotels for the holidays? In our 11th selection of previously featured hotels we bring you five you can’t miss! Like the amazing Tree Hotel, located in Harads, close to north pole. Tham & Videgård Arkitekter designed a lightweight aluminium structure hung around a tree trunk. Check out the W London Leicester Square by Jestico + Whiles, also in London is the Town Hall Hotel, the great refurbishment of the old Bethnal Green Town Hall designed by rare. Take a look at TuboHotel by T3arc who uses recycled concrete pipes for hotel rooms. Finally, visit Ivan Filipovic’s concept hotel, the Navigating Adriatic Hotel
For today’s AD Round Up we have five great AD Architecture Classics. The main image belongs to Oscar Niemeyer’s Cathedral of Brasilia. Check out, one of the most inspiring housing project of all times, the Unite d’ Habitation in Marseille by Le Corbusier or the great Church on the Water designed by Tadao Ando. Revisit, one of the icons of New York, the Chrysler Building by William Van Alen. Finally, you can’t miss the particular structure of Johnson Wax Building by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Time for our 2nd selection of previously featured pavilions. We have five great projects that you probably missed! Like the ICD | ITKE Research Pavilion 2011 located in Stuttgart, Germany. Or the beautiful SANDWORM pavilion designed by Marco Casagrande. You can’t miss the amazing Jewelbox Houses Historic Carousel in New York City by the Pritzker laureated Jean Nouvel or Zaha Hadid’s Chanel Mobile Art Pavilion. To end our selection, one classic rebuilt in 2010: the Rietveld Pavilion at the Kröller-Müller Sculpture Garden.
For today’s Round Up we have some great beach houses previously featured in ArchDaily. Here’s five you can’t miss: Box House by Alan Chu & Cristiano Kato, an amazing XS scale project in Ilhabela, Sao Paulo. Take a look at Summer Retreat in Fuglevik, Norway by RRA. Check out Atelier Tekuto’s Mebius,which aim was to provide a place where one had a multiplicity of spatial choice depending on the seasons or what mood one is in. Don’t miss Punta House in Punta del Este, Uruguay designed by the great Marcio Kogan. Finally, revisit House D by Panorama + WMR.
Five great educational projects previously featured in ArchDaily for our 10th selection. Like Iluma in Singapore designed by WOHA. Check out the Eifini store by japanese practice SAKO architects. You can’t miss two amazing retail projects by Supermachine Studio, Wyne Sales Gallery in Bangkok and Autostella Showroom, a building designed like a small bakery and cafe’ that has small cars park right in the middle of the shops. To finish this Round Up, we have the great Besiktas Fishmarket by GAD, a contemporary design construction that maintains Istambul’s commerce traditions.