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Tornhuset / Terroir + Kim Utzon Arkitekter

04:00 - 29 July, 2015
Tornhuset / Terroir + Kim Utzon Arkitekter, Courtesy of Terroir + Kim Utzon Arkitekter
Courtesy of Terroir + Kim Utzon Arkitekter

Courtesy of Terroir + Kim Utzon Arkitekter Courtesy of Terroir + Kim Utzon Arkitekter Courtesy of Terroir + Kim Utzon Arkitekter Courtesy of Terroir + Kim Utzon Arkitekter +32

Gallery: Palladio in Vicenza

04:15 - 29 July, 2015
Gallery: Palladio in Vicenza, © Phillip Bond
© Phillip Bond

Phillip Bond, an architectural photographer based in the US, recently made a trip back to the city of his birth: Vicenza. While there he took the opportunity to photograph a series of Andrea Palladio's most famous works, from the Palazzo Chiericati and the Basilica Palladiana, to the Palazzo del Capitaniato. The vast majority of Palladio's built works exist in the Veneto region of Italy in cities such as Padua, Verona, and Venice with the highest concentration in Vicenza, which was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994.

See the gallery in full after the break.

Palladio in Vincenza. Image © Phillip Bond Palazzo Chiericati. Image © Phillip Bond © Phillip Bond © Phillip Bond +29

Diagonal House / Simon Whibley Architecture & Antarctica

03:00 - 29 July, 2015
Diagonal House / Simon Whibley Architecture & Antarctica, © Peter Bennetts
© Peter Bennetts

© Peter Bennetts © Peter Bennetts © Peter Bennetts © Peter Bennetts +17

National Graphene Institute / Jestico + Whiles

02:00 - 29 July, 2015
National Graphene Institute / Jestico + Whiles, © Hufton+Crow
© Hufton+Crow

© Hufton+Crow © Hufton+Crow © Hufton+Crow © Hufton+Crow +23

RIBA London Seminar: The Skills You Need to Succeed

22:30 - 28 July, 2015
RIBA London Seminar: The Skills You Need to Succeed

Richard Fallon, a specialist voice, presence, and personal impact coach, will focus this session on how to talk to your team, win that pitch and manage client relationships.

This seminar is part of RIBA London's 'Effective Communication' series of CPD seminars that will equip architects with the skills and knowledge of how they can maximise their influence in industry.

Trika Villa / Chiangmai Life Construction

22:00 - 28 July, 2015
Trika Villa / Chiangmai Life Construction, © Alberto Cosi
© Alberto Cosi

© Alberto Cosi © Alberto Cosi © Alberto Cosi © Alberto Cosi +32

RIBA London Seminar: The Seven Ages of Practice

21:55 - 28 July, 2015
RIBA London Seminar: The Seven Ages of Practice

The Seven Ages of Practice, led by Andrew Whiting of HÛT highlights how best to maintain your brand; from inception through to legacy. Taking its name from Shakespeare's poem the 'Seven Ages of Man', Andrew will cover aspects of marketing, the media and how to react in a competitive market.

This seminar is part of RIBA London's 'Effective Communication' series of CPD seminars that will equip architects with the skills and knowledge of how they can maximise their influence in industry.

Minsheng Contemporary Art Museum / Studio Pei-Zhu

20:00 - 28 July, 2015
Minsheng Contemporary Art Museum / Studio Pei-Zhu, Second Floor. Image © Fang Zhenning
Second Floor. Image © Fang Zhenning

Second Floor Gallery Exterior. Image © Zhu Qingsheng First Floor. Image © Minsheng Art Museum Tsinghua Studio Visit. Image © Fang Zhenning +22

Revit Architecture 101 - Online Course (And We're Giving Away a ThinkParametric Membership!)

19:30 - 28 July, 2015
Revit Architecture 101 - Online Course (And We're Giving Away a ThinkParametric Membership!), Revit Architecture 101 with Håvard Vasshaug
Revit Architecture 101 with Håvard Vasshaug

ThinkParametric launches its Revit Architecture 101 course taught by Håvard Vasshaug Design Technologist and BIM Specialist at DARK Architects.

Revit Architecture is one of the leading applications in the industry for Building Information Modelling and is reshaping the way we design and build architecture projects.

We're also giving away year-long memberships to ThinkParametric! Read on to find out how you can win. 

House of Kodaira / KASA Architects

19:00 - 28 July, 2015
House of Kodaira / KASA Architects, © Fumio Araki
© Fumio Araki

© Fumio Araki © Fumio Araki © Fumio Araki © Fumio Araki +32

  • Architects

  • Location

    Kodaira, Tokyo, Japan
  • Architect in Charge

    Shin Kasakake
  • Construction

    Sakagami Corporation.inc
  • Area

    79.0 sqm
  • Photographs

Williamstown Beach / Steve Domoney Architecture

17:00 - 28 July, 2015
Williamstown Beach / Steve Domoney Architecture, © Derek Swalwell
© Derek Swalwell

© Derek Swalwell © Derek Swalwell © Derek Swalwell © Derek Swalwell +21

Los Angeles May Represent US in 2024 Olympic Bid

16:18 - 28 July, 2015
Los Angeles May Represent US in 2024 Olympic Bid, AD Classics: Walt Disney Concert Hall / Frank Gehry. Image © Gehry Partners, LLP
AD Classics: Walt Disney Concert Hall / Frank Gehry. Image © Gehry Partners, LLP

Concerns regarding the cost of hosting the Olympics has led to the termination of Boston's 2024 Olympic bid. According to the New York Times, the United States Olympic Committee has withdrawn Boston as its proposed bid city due to low resident support, as taxpayers were concerned about having to foot the bill for cost overruns.  

Kristalia New Headquarters / Sandro Burigana

15:00 - 28 July, 2015
Kristalia New Headquarters / Sandro Burigana, © Paolo Contratti - Contratticompany Srl
© Paolo Contratti - Contratticompany Srl

© Paolo Contratti - Contratticompany Srl © Paolo Contratti - Contratticompany Srl © Paolo Contratti - Contratticompany Srl © Paolo Contratti - Contratticompany Srl +29

New York's LaGuardia Airport to Get 21st Century Makeover

14:34 - 28 July, 2015
New York's LaGuardia Airport to Get 21st Century Makeover , © Governor Andrew Cuomo
© Governor Andrew Cuomo

Governor Andrew Cuomo has unveiled a $4 billion plan to redevelop New York's outdated LaGuardia Airport. Originally built in 1939, LaGuardia has been running inefficiently and overcapacity for decades.

The redesign, envisioned by HOK and Parsons Brinckerhoff, will unify the airport's fragmented terminals with a single roof, while providing expanded transportation access, elite passenger amenities and increased taxiway space. Terminal B will be replaced with a larger structure that will (eventually) connect to the renovated Terminals C and D. 

Chontay House / Marina Vella Arquitectos

13:00 - 28 July, 2015
Chontay House / Marina Vella Arquitectos, © Gonzalo Cáceres Dancuart
© Gonzalo Cáceres Dancuart

© Gonzalo Cáceres Dancuart © Gonzalo Cáceres Dancuart © Gonzalo Cáceres Dancuart © Gonzalo Cáceres Dancuart +24

This 3D Printed Home was "Built" in Less than 3 Hours

12:30 - 28 July, 2015
This 3D Printed Home was "Built" in Less than 3 Hours, via Xinhua
via Xinhua

Chinese company ZhuoDa has assembled a two-story home in record speed; the modular house, comprised of six 3D printed modules, was assembled on-site in less than three hours. Likened to LEGO, the prefabricated home was 90 percent built off-site before its components were shipped to its permanent location. As Inhabitat reports, the home only took about 10 days to complete from start to finish.

Casa Crotta / Massimo Galeotti Architetto

11:00 - 28 July, 2015
Casa Crotta / Massimo Galeotti Architetto, © Francesco Castagna
© Francesco Castagna

© Francesco Castagna © Francesco Castagna © Francesco Castagna © Francesco Castagna +26

Zaha Hadid Architects Releases Full Statement on Scrapped Tokyo Stadium Plans

10:40 - 28 July, 2015
Zaha Hadid Architects Releases Full Statement on Scrapped Tokyo Stadium Plans, © Japan Sports Council
© Japan Sports Council

Following the news earlier this month that their design for Tokyo's 2022 Olympics stadium would be scrappedZaha Hadid Architects have released a comprehensive statement about the project's cancellation. Despite the many critics of the project's design - including Toyo Ito and Fumihiko Maki - it was ultimately the project's increasing costs that sparked its demise. However, the 1400-word statement from ZHA attempts to put distance between the firm and the claim by the Japan Sport Council (JSC) that much of the increase in costs was due to a complex design, instead arguing that "At every stage over the two years of development, the design and budget estimates were approved by the JSC" and adding a number of times that "ZHA worked proactively to reduce the estimated cost throughout."

Read on after the break to find out where ZHA pins the blame for the cost increases and to read the statement in full.