ArchDaily | Broadcasting Architecture Worldwidethe world's most visited architecture website

i

Sign up now and start saving and organizing your favorite architecture projects and photos

i

Find the most inspiring products for your projects in our Product Catalog.

i

Get the ArchDaily Chrome Extension and be inspired with every new tab. Install here »

Pop-up Café / PYE

01:00 - 26 November, 2014
Pop-up Café / PYE, Courtesy of PYE
Courtesy of PYE

Courtesy of PYE Courtesy of PYE Courtesy of PYE Courtesy of PYE +10

  • Architects

  • Location

    Bangkok, Thailand
  • Area

    200.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2014
  • Photographs

    Courtesy of PYE

White Hut and Tilia Japonica / Takahashi Maki and Associates

01:00 - 26 November, 2014
White Hut and Tilia Japonica / Takahashi Maki and Associates, © shigeta satoshi/nacasa&partners inc
© shigeta satoshi/nacasa&partners inc

© shigeta satoshi/nacasa&partners inc © shigeta satoshi/nacasa&partners inc © shigeta satoshi/nacasa&partners inc © shigeta satoshi/nacasa&partners inc +27

Moleskine And Adobe Creative Cloud Join Forces To Smooth Workflows

00:00 - 25 November, 2014
Moleskine And Adobe Creative Cloud Join Forces To Smooth Workflows, Courtesy of Moleskine / Adobe
Courtesy of Moleskine / Adobe

As part of their quest to synchronise our digital and analogue worlds, sketchbook designer Moleskine have joined forces with the Adobe Creative Cloud platform to "simplify workflows" for illustrators, designers and architects. Suggesting that the initial stages of the creative process often occur offline, out of the studio or in transit, the team behind the collaboration note that as a portable, uncomplicated object, the Moleskine notebook "can be used anytime, anywhere and especially on the move. Sketching on paper is immediate, and can even be done on a crowded train."

Now users with a Creative Cloud subscription, combined with a special Moleskine sketchbook, can capture images of their drawings with the associated app (iOS only). These are then converted into smooth vector files which are automatically synchronised to desktop programs such as Photoshop (as a .jpeg) or Illustrator (as a .svg).

Triana Ceramic Museum / AF6 Arquitectos

01:00 - 25 November, 2014
Triana Ceramic Museum / AF6 Arquitectos, © Jesús Granada
© Jesús Granada

© Jesús Granada © Jesús Granada © Jesús Granada © Jesús Granada +26

  • Architects

  • Location

    Calle Antillano Campos, 14, 41010 Sevilla, Sevilla, Spain
  • Design Team

    Miguel Hernández Valencia, Esther López Martín, Juliane Potter, Francisco José Domínguez Saborido, Ángel González Aguilar
  • Area

    2241.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2010
  • Photographs

Qatar Unveils Designs for Third World Cup Stadium

00:00 - 25 November, 2014
© Doha News
© Doha News

The Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy has released images of the third 2022 World Cup Stadium planned for Qatar. Revamping an existing 40-year-old stadium at Gulf Cup in Riyadh, the Khalifa International Stadium will be expanded to accommodate 40,000 spectators and equipped with an “innovative cooling technology” that will allow players to compete at a comfortable 26 degrees Celsius.  

Read on after the break for more on the design.

© Doha News © Doha News © Doha News © Doha News +7

Can Well-Designed Hospitals Shorten Recovery Times?

00:00 - 25 November, 2014
Can Well-Designed Hospitals Shorten Recovery Times?, The Dyson Centre for Neonatal Care, Bath / Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios. Image © Craig Auckland
The Dyson Centre for Neonatal Care, Bath / Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios. Image © Craig Auckland

Comparing Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios’ Dyson Centre for Neonatal Care to a Scandinavian spa, Gizmodo author Lucy Maddox considers the healing potential of well-designed hospitals as she recounts one woman’s postpartum experience following the birth of premature twins. Natural light, calming materials and colors, a thoughtful layout and clever use of technology have all contributed to making patient recoveries in the new center outperform those in the old hospital’s corridors. “Essentially we want the building to be a great big nurse. A really good nurse," says clinical psychologist Dr Mike Osborn. Read the complete article, here

Tyne Cot Cemetery Entrance / Govaert & Vanhoutte Architects

01:00 - 25 November, 2014
Tyne Cot Cemetery Entrance / Govaert & Vanhoutte Architects, © Tim Van de Velde
© Tim Van de Velde

© Tim Van de Velde © Tim Van de Velde © Tim Van de Velde © Tim Van de Velde +33

AD Classics: Montreal Biosphere / Buckminster Fuller

01:00 - 25 November, 2014
AD Classics: Montreal Biosphere / Buckminster Fuller, © Flickr user abdallahh
© Flickr user abdallahh

Architects have never enjoyed a position of such supreme prominence as they did in the worldview of Buckminster “Bucky” Fuller. To him, architects alone were capable of understanding and navigating the complex interrelationships of society, technology, and environment as viewed through the comprehensive paradigm of systems theory. Architecture, in this model, was intended to exist in close contact with both mankind and nature, playing civilization’s most critical role in elevating the state of humanity and promoting its responsible stewardship of the environment. Emerging from the ethical positivity of postwar modernism, this melioristic perspective marks perhaps the zenith of optimism’s ascent in mid-twentieth century thought, and gave Fuller a uniquely moral blueprint for his revolutionary designs.

© Flickr user Ehsan © Flickr user Ehsan © Flickr user Richard Winchell © Flickr user Rodrigo Maia +12

Vanke Sales Center Façade Renovation / Shenzhen Upright & Pure Architectural Design Co., Ltd

01:00 - 25 November, 2014
Vanke Sales Center Façade Renovation / Shenzhen Upright & Pure Architectural Design Co., Ltd, Courtesy of Shenzhen Upright & Pure Architectural Design
Courtesy of Shenzhen Upright & Pure Architectural Design

Children’s Home / CEBRA

01:00 - 25 November, 2014
© Mikkel Frost
© Mikkel Frost
  • Architects

  • Location

    Strandgårds Alle, 5300 Kerteminde, Denmark
  • Area

    1500.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2014
  • Photographs

© Mikkel Frost © Mikkel Frost © Mikkel Frost © Mikkel Frost +21

Infographic: The Five Structural Technologies that Shaped the History of Bridges

00:00 - 25 November, 2014
Infographic: The Five Structural Technologies that Shaped the History of Bridges, Courtesy of Ohio University’s Online Masters in Civil Engineering program
Courtesy of Ohio University’s Online Masters in Civil Engineering program

With everything from beams, to trusses, to arches and more, bridge technology has informed advanced structural systems used in architecture for centuries. This infographic produced by Ohio University’s Online Masters in Civil Engineering program examines five historic and contemporary examples of bridge technology, concisely revealing how different structural techniques for bridges have achieved radically different aesthetics - from stone slabs first laid over water in the middle ages to modern-day suspension bridges. To learn more about ten key examples of the five major bridge types, each with additional information on their origins and history, see the full infographic after the break.

Peloton C / Bernheimer Architecture

01:00 - 25 November, 2014
Peloton C / Bernheimer Architecture, © Naho Kubota
© Naho Kubota

© Eric Hwang © Eric Hwang © Naho Kubota © Naho Kubota +13

The Adventure of the Light / HAO Design

00:00 - 25 November, 2014
The Adventure of the Light / HAO Design, © Joey Liu
© Joey Liu

© Joey Liu © Joey Liu © Joey Liu © Joey Liu +28

  • Architects

  • Location

    Kaohsiung City, Taiwan
  • Area

    220.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2014
  • Photographs

    Joey Liu, Courtesy of HAO Design

Tanaka Clinic / Akiyoshi Takagi & Associates

01:00 - 25 November, 2014
Tanaka Clinic / Akiyoshi Takagi & Associates, © Daici Ano
© Daici Ano

© Daici Ano © Daici Ano © Daici Ano © Daici Ano +17

Skanska and Foster + Partners Collaborate on World’s First 3D Concrete Printing Robot

00:00 - 25 November, 2014
Skanska and Foster + Partners Collaborate on World’s First 3D Concrete Printing Robot, © Loughborough University
© Loughborough University

Global construction company Skanska is teaming up with Foster + Partners and the engineers at Loughborough University (LU) to create the world’s first commercial 3D concrete printing robot. The company has signed an agreement with LU, who has been working on the project since 2007, to partake in an 18-month initiative with a consortium of partners focused on developing a robot capable of printing complex structural components with concrete. 

A video about LU's research on 3D concrete printing and Foster + Partner's involvement, after the break.

A Small Studio for Drawing, Painting and Sculpture / Christian Tonko

01:00 - 25 November, 2014
A Small Studio for Drawing, Painting and Sculpture / Christian Tonko, © Eduard Hueber
© Eduard Hueber

© Eduard Hueber © Eduard Hueber © Eduard Hueber © Eduard Hueber +21

  • Architects

  • Location

    Bregenz, Austria
  • Structural Engineer

    Ernst Mader, Markus Flatz
  • Area

    50.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2014
  • Photographs

ML House / Bernardes Jacobsen

01:00 - 25 November, 2014
ML House / Bernardes Jacobsen, © Leonardo Finotti
© Leonardo Finotti

© Leonardo Finotti © Leonardo Finotti © Leonardo Finotti © Leonardo Finotti +12

  • Architects

  • Location

    Porto Feliz - São Paulo, Brasil
  • Project Architects

    Thiago Bernardes, Paulo Jacobsen e Bernardo Jacobsen
  • Project Team

    Jaime Cunha Júnior, Christian Rojas, Daniel Vanucchi, Edgar Murata, Gabriel Bocchile e Ricardo Luna
  • Project Area

    918.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2010
  • Photographs

Thomas Heatherwick Opens Up About His Design For Pier 55

00:00 - 25 November, 2014
Thomas Heatherwick Opens Up About His Design For Pier 55, © Pier55, Inc. and Heatherwick Studio
© Pier55, Inc. and Heatherwick Studio

Last week, Thomas Heatherwick unveiled his fairytale-like designs for what will hopefully be New York's latest and most ambitious park, Pier 55 (with apologies to the High Line, New York's last "next big thing" in the public park arena). Envisaged as an undulating artificial landscape on a cloud of mushroom-like supports, Pier 55 has the internet buzzing. In this interview with FastCo Design, Heatherwick discusses the inspirations behind his latest project, explaining how everything including New York's street grid, the ruins of Pier 54 and yes, even the city's other recent global green space phenomenon, have manifested themselves in his latest madcap creation. Read the full article here for more.