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Vlassides Winery / Eraclis Papachristou Architects

03:00 - 28 March, 2015
Vlassides Winery / Eraclis Papachristou Architects, © Nikos Louka
© Nikos Louka

© Nikos Louka © Nikos Louka © Nikos Louka © Nikos Louka +18

Nisala Villa / Nath Rankothge & Associates

23:00 - 27 March, 2015
Nisala Villa / Nath Rankothge & Associates, © Ajantha Ranaweera
© Ajantha Ranaweera

© Ajantha Ranaweera © Ajantha Ranaweera © Ajantha Ranaweera © Ajantha Ranaweera +35

The Oeko-Center Administrative Building / STEINMETZDEMEYER

21:00 - 27 March, 2015
The Oeko-Center Administrative Building / STEINMETZDEMEYER, © Catherine Thiry
© Catherine Thiry

© Catherine Thiry © Catherine Thiry © Catherine Thiry © Catherine Thiry +28

OVO / Camilo Rebelo

21:00 - 27 March, 2015
OVO / Camilo Rebelo, © Office archive
© Office archive

© Office archive © Office archive © Office archive © Office archive +21

  • Architects

  • Location

    Fideris, Switzerland
  • Current room area

    20,8 sq.meters
  • Previous room area

    39,1 sq.meters
  • Project Year

    2014
  • Photographs

Renovation in Durbuy / PIQUE

20:00 - 27 March, 2015
Renovation in Durbuy / PIQUE, © Peter Jahnke
© Peter Jahnke

© Peter Jahnke © Peter Jahnke © Peter Jahnke © Peter Jahnke +12

  • Architects

  • Location

    Durbuy, Belgium
  • Area

    100.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2014
  • Photographs

Share Your Ideas for a Livable City with the Walking Visionaries Awards

19:00 - 27 March, 2015
Share Your Ideas for a Livable City with the Walking Visionaries Awards

Walk21 Vienna has launched its Walking Visionaries Awards, a challenge that invites people from around the globe to explore the many ways walking can be implemented into our daily lives to support sustainable and livable cities. Submit a solution now through April 30, 2015 for a chance to participate in the Walk21 Conference in Vienna, Austria in October 2015. 30 winners will receive a free ticket to the conference and given the chance to meet leading professionals and share their ideas with other visionaries through mediums such as lectures, round table discussions, and workshops. Additionally, the winners' solutions will be published in the conference documentation. Selected by both public opinion and a jury vote, winning submissions will be announced in June 2015. For more information or to submit an idea, visit walk21vienna.com.

Westport River House / RUHL WALKER Architects

18:00 - 27 March, 2015
Westport River House / RUHL WALKER Architects, © Peter Vanderwarker
© Peter Vanderwarker

© Nat Rea © Nat Rea © Peter Vanderwarker © Nat Rea +16

Images Released of Tadao Ando's First NYC Building

16:00 - 27 March, 2015
Images Released of Tadao Ando's First NYC Building, © Noë & Associates and The Boundary
© Noë & Associates and The Boundary

Tadao Ando has unveiled his first New York building. An “ultra-luxury” condominium project known as 152 Elizabeth Street, the 32,000-square-foot building will replace an existing parking lot with a concrete structure comprised of seven residences - all of which will be “treated as custom homes” and “individually configured.” 

“Part concrete, part jewel box, the building makes a strong yet quiet statement with a façade comprised of voluminous glass, galvanized steel and flanked by poured in-place concrete and a living green wall that rises the height of the building,” says the architects. The green wall, measuring 55-feet-high and 99-feet-wide and spanning the entire southern façade, is expected to be one of the largest in New York and will be designed by landscaping firm M. Paul Friedberg and Partners.

Veterinary Clinic Masans / domenig architekten

16:00 - 27 March, 2015
Veterinary Clinic Masans / domenig architekten, © Ingo Rasp
© Ingo Rasp

© Ingo Rasp © Ingo Rasp © Ingo Rasp © Ingo Rasp +12

Archiculture Interviews: Bill McDonough

14:00 - 27 March, 2015

"What I'm trying to look at is how do we make humans supportive of a natural world, in the way that the natural world is supportive of us?" In the latest installment of Arbuckle Industries' Archiculture interviews, architect, educator, environmentalist, and author Bill McDonough discusses some of the challenges and themes he has seen in our built environment. He focuses on environmentalism in architecture through the lens of carbon neutrality and the problems with that principle. He goes on to address some of his solutions, including a Cradle to Cradle design approach which changes the way environmental problems are tackled.

Emerson Process Management / HGA

14:00 - 27 March, 2015
Emerson Process Management / HGA, © Don Wong
© Don Wong

© Don Wong © Don Wong © Don Wong © Don Wong +25

  • Architects

  • Location

    Eden Prairie, MN, United States
  • Principal in Charge

    Chuck Cappellin, PE, LEED AP
  • Design Principal

    Victor Pechaty, AIA
  • Project Team

    Dan Peterson; Matt Dunbar; Dave Kippen, AIA; Chris Willette; Dana Hlebichuk, AIA
  • Project Year

    2014
  • Photographs

Rick Bell Resigns as AIANY's Executive Director

12:10 - 27 March, 2015
Rick Bell Resigns as AIANY's Executive Director, Courtesy of AIANY
Courtesy of AIANY

As reported by the Architect's Newspaper, AIANY and The Center for Architecture have released a joint statement announcing the resignation of Executive Director of the AIANY Rick Bell, effective immediately. Bell helped to lead the AIA's New York Chapter to a period of success, with significant growth during his tenure. The statement explains:

Photographer Chris Forsyth on the Montreal Metro, Going Underground, and Overlooked Architecture

12:00 - 27 March, 2015
Photographer Chris Forsyth on the Montreal Metro, Going Underground, and Overlooked Architecture, Jean-Drapeau Station. Image © Chris Forsyth
Jean-Drapeau Station. Image © Chris Forsyth

Montreal-based photographer Chris Forsyth doesn't see his city the way others do -- that much is evident from his body of work, which includes rooftop photos of the Montreal skyline, nocturnal shots taken from the arm of a crane and now, images from the underground. The Montreal Metro Project is Forsyth's latest series, documenting the often overlooked architecture of the urban subway since October 2014.

Composed of 68 stations, each designed by a different architect between the 60s and 70s, the Montreal Metro system is as diverse and idiosyncratic as the city it underpins. Forsyth captures the stations empty of passengers, highlighting their architecture and reframing them in a manner rarely experienced.  ArchDaily spoke to Forsyth about the series and the creative process behind it. Read his responses and view selected images from The Montreal Metro project after the break. 

Lasalle Station. Image © Chris Forsyth Radisson Station. Image © Chris Forsyth De La Savane Station. Image © Chris Forsyth Jarry Station. Image © Chris Forsyth +6

Salvador María del Carril 3816 / MMCV

12:00 - 27 March, 2015
Salvador María del Carril 3816 / MMCV, © Daniela Mac Adden
© Daniela Mac Adden

© Daniela Mac Adden © Daniela Mac Adden © Daniela Mac Adden © Daniela Mac Adden +19

  • Architects

  • Location

    Villa Devoto, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Project Architects

    Sergio Mizraji, Jacquelin Cicchinelli
  • Project Area

    680.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2012
  • Photographs

LOBBY #2: Projecting Forward, Looking Back

09:30 - 27 March, 2015
LOBBY #2: Projecting Forward, Looking Back, © Cameron Clarke
© Cameron Clarke

From Vitruvius to Le Corbusier, words and writing have always played an essential role in architectural discourse. One could argue that crafting words is akin to orchestrating space: indeed, history’s most notable architects and designers are often remembered for their written philosophies as much as they are for their built works.

With the exception of a few of architecture’s biggest names, the majority of practicing architects no longer exploit the inherent value writing offers as a means for spatial and theoretical communication. This trend is exacerbated by the fact that many architectural schools place little emphasis on the once-primary subjects of history and literature, resulting in a generation of architects who struggle to articulate their ideas in words, resulting in an ever-growing proliferation of ill-defined “archispeak.”

LOBBY is an attempt from students of London’s Bartlett School of Architecture to reclaim the potency of the written word, presenting in their second issue an ambitious array of in-house research and external contributions. The theme is Clairvoyance, and the journal seeks to investigate the ways in which architects are forced to constantly grapple with the possibilities and uncertainties of designing spaces that exist in the intangible realm of the world-to-be.

© Cameron Clarke © Cameron Clarke © Cameron Clarke © Cameron Clarke +11

Val-Jalbert Belvedere / Atelier Pierre Thibault

10:00 - 27 March, 2015
Val-Jalbert Belvedere  / Atelier Pierre Thibault, © Alain Laforest
© Alain Laforest

© Alain Laforest © Alain Laforest © Alain Laforest © Alain Laforest +32

  • Architects

  • Location

    Val-Jalbert Historical Village, Chambord, QC G0W 1G0, Canada
  • Design Team

    Pierre Thibault, Jérôme Lapierre, Mathieu Leclerc
  • Project Year

    2014
  • Photographs

Hut Near the Lac de Joux / Kunik de Morsier architectes

06:00 - 27 March, 2015
Hut Near the Lac de Joux / Kunik de Morsier architectes, © Eik Frenzel
© Eik Frenzel

© Eik Frenzel © Eik Frenzel © Eik Frenzel © Eik Frenzel +22

Shortlist Announced For 2015 RIBA Yorkshire Awards

04:00 - 27 March, 2015
Shortlist Announced For 2015 RIBA Yorkshire Awards, Shortlisted: Sheffield Cathedral, Sheffield / Thomas Ford and Partners. Image © Exposure Property Marketing
Shortlisted: Sheffield Cathedral, Sheffield / Thomas Ford and Partners. Image © Exposure Property Marketing

A total of eleven projects have been shortlisted for RIBA Yorkshire 2015 Awards, featuring buildings by Populous, HLM, and Studio Gedye. All shortlisted buildings will now be assessed by a regional jury. Regional winners will then be considered for a RIBA National Award in recognition of their architectural excellence, the results of which will place some projects in the running for the 2015 .

See the complete list of shortlisted projects after the break.