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Redevelopment Of The Rail Corridor In Sants / Sergi Godia, Ana Molino Architect

  • Architects: Sergi Godia, Ana Molino Architect
  • Location: Carrer d'Antoni de Capmany, 65, 08028 Barcelona, Spain
  • Architect In Charge: Sergi Godia, Ana Molino, JA Acebillo
  • Construction Management: Josep Carles Montoliu, Angel López, Paco Alcañiz
  • Sturctural Study: Julio Martínez Calzón
  • Project Year: 2012
  • Photographs: Sergi Godia Moragues

© Sergi Godia Moragues © Sergi Godia Moragues © Sergi Godia Moragues © Sergi Godia Moragues

The 10 Most Overlooked Women in Architecture History

Looking back on architectural history, you could be forgiven for thinking that women were an invention of the 1950’s, alongside spandex and power steering - but this couldn’t be further from the truth. Big names like Le Corbusier, Mies, Wright and Kahn often had equally inspired female peers, but the rigid structure of society meant that their contributions tended to be overlooked.  In honor of International Woman’s Day 2013, we take a look at the 10 greatest overlooked women in architectural history. 

Read the full list after the break...

Waiatarua House / Hamish Monk Architecture

  • Architects: Hamish Monk Architecture
  • Location: Auckland, New Zealand
  • Contractor: McGillivray Builders
  • Sub Consultants: Assemble ltd
  • Structural Engineer: Blueprint Consulting Engineers
  • Geotechnical Engineer: Engineering Design Consultants
  • Area: 225.0 sqm
  • Project Year: 2012
  • Photographs: Mark Smith

© Mark Smith © Mark Smith © Mark Smith © Mark Smith

Confignon House / LOCALARCHITECTURE

  • Architects: LOCALARCHITECTURE
  • Location: Chemin de Cressy 63, Confignon, Switzerland
  • Partners In Charge: ntoine Robert-Grandpierre, Manuel Bieler, Laurent Saurer
  • Area: 185.0 sqm
  • Project Year: 2012
  • Photographs: Mathieu Gafsou

© Mathieu Gafsou © Mathieu Gafsou © Mathieu Gafsou © Mathieu Gafsou

Doctor's Office in The Suburb of El Gordillo / Paco García & Daniel Zapata

  • Architects: Paco García Romero, Daniel Zapata Pedreño
  • Location: Sevilla, Spain
  • Team: Eduardo Montes, Bárbara Sanz, Carlos Gómez, Manuel M. Sarabia
  • Client: Servicio Andaluz de Salud
  • Year: 2009
  • Photography: Antonio Arévalo

© Antonio Arévalo © Antonio Arévalo © Antonio Arévalo © Antonio Arévalo

Eva Jiřičná Awarded 2013 Jane Drew Prize

The Eva Jiřičná-designed Knightsbridge apartment in west London. © Flickr user mobilix
The Eva Jiřičná-designed Knightsbridge apartment in west London. © Flickr user mobilix

Czech-born architect Eva Jiřičná has been announced, by unanimous decision of the esteemed AJ Judging Panel, as the Winner of the 2013 Jane Drew Prize “for her outstanding contribution to the status of women in architecture.” Zaha Hadid, prize judge and winner of last year’s Jane Drew Prize, lauded Jiřičná’s for redefining the idea of retail space with her innovated use of industrial materials and famous steel and glass staircases.

The Municipal Nursery Filadora / BCNP Arquitectes UTE

© Marc Tomas
© Marc Tomas
  • Architects: BCNP Arquitectes UTE
  • Location: Barcelona, Spain
  • Project Architects: Noemí Bañeres, Javier Cristóbal, Cristina Navas, Zaida Pérez
  • Technical Architect: Carles Olomí
  • Collaborators: Berga-González Arquitectos
  • Area: 1,141.83 sqm
  • Year: 2009
  • Photographs: Marc Tomas

© Marc Tomas © Marc Tomas © Marc Tomas © Marc Tomas

Mode Lab: Generative Assemblies Workshop Webinar

Expanding on the capabilities of the parametric tool, Grasshopper, Kangaroo provides creative professionals with the ability to integrate physics-based simulation techniques into their workflow. In applications ranging from architectural to product design, Mode Lab's 2-day intensive workshop taking place March 9-10 from 10:00am-6:00pm will cover advanced techniques for modeling adaptable components using dynamic constraints and forces in a performance-oriented environment. In a fast-paced and hands-on learning environment, you will learn techniques for using Parametric Design, Physics-Based Simulation, and Component Detailing for Digital Fabrication. To register, and for more information, please visit here.

2G #64 / Bak Gordon

For years Portugal has captured the attention of the international architecture scene, but has also proven to be a breeding ground for architects beyond the great masters such as Fernando Távora, Álvaro Siza and Eduardo Souto de Moura. The famous Porto School has given way to a new generation of talented architects from other parts of the country, including the Aires Mateus brothers from Lisbon (2G 28, 2003) or the architect Paulo David from Madeira (2G 47, 2008). And from an even more recent generation comes another Lisboan, Ricardo Bak Gordon, who combines the best architecture of his own country with an awareness of what is happening abroad.

Shengdetang Ruins Gallery / CHCC of Tsinghua University

  • Architects: CHCC of Tsinghua University
  • Location: Sanya, Hainan, China
  • Architects In Charge: Culture Heritage Conservation Center of Tsinghua University
  • Design Team: Cui Guanghai, Li Jing
  • Collaborators: Jie Xiaofeng, Guo Hongyan, Bi Quanyao
  • Structural Engineering: Liu xiang, Yu Guang
  • Area: 498.0 sqm
  • Project Year: 2012
  • Photographs: Jin Dongjun

© Jin Dongjun © Jin Dongjun © Jin Dongjun © Jin Dongjun

Archipendium 2013 Call for Submissions

Courtesy of Archipendium
Courtesy of Archipendium

Last year, we presented you Archipendium 2013 as part of our Books & Magazines section. Now, we can proudly tell you that we've partnered with Archipendium 2014.

Archipendium 2014 showcases great examples of modern architecture from all around the world. 365 different architectural studios have been featured over the past few years, including; BIGChaix & MorelCOOP HIMMELB(L)AUDavid ChipperfieldDelugan MeisslEisenman ArchitectsFoster+Partnersgmp von Gerkan, Marg und PartnerGraftJean NouvelKing KongMassimiliano FuksasMVRDVOMA, Steven Holl ArchitectsTony Fretton, UNStudio and Zaha Hadid. In order to get a unique view of modern architecture, every featured architect personally chooses which project to submit. Each project is presented as a main photograph, with additional text and drawings on the reverse.

More than just a calendar, Archipendium 2014 is a collector’s item. This calendar is an impressive overview of the latest trends in both modern architecture and design. Become part of the Archipendium architectural calendar that shows different contemporary architecture for every day of the year. Participation in this publication is free of charge.

Interested? Please send us an email with the following information attached after the break.

Eden Art Wall Apartments / Tony Owen Partners

Courtesy of Tony Owen Partners
Courtesy of Tony Owen Partners

Courtesy of Tony Owen Partners Courtesy of Tony Owen Partners Courtesy of Tony Owen Partners Courtesy of Tony Owen Partners

Estoril 153 / Humberto Conde

  • Architects: Humberto Conde
  • Location: Estoril, Portugal
  • Collaborators: Paulo Figueiredo , Helena Ramos , Leopoldo Calhau , Filipe Ramalho
  • Area: 5186.0 sqm
  • Project Year: 2001
  • Photographs: Fernando Guerra I FG+SG

© Fernando Guerra I FG+SG © Fernando Guerra I FG+SG © Fernando Guerra I FG+SG © Fernando Guerra I FG+SG

Kita Göttingen / Despang Architekten

© Jochen Stüber
© Jochen Stüber

Architects: Despang Architekten Location: Göttingen, Germany Architects In Charge: Günther Despang/Martin Despang Project Architects: Philip Hogrebe/Jörg Steveker Area: 512 sqm Year: 2010 Photographs: Jochen Stüber, Olaf Baumann

© Jochen Stüber © Olaf Baumann © Jochen Stüber © Olaf Baumann

ArchDaily App Guide: Webnotes

ArchDaily’s Architecture App Guide will introduce you to web and mobile apps that can help you as an architect: productivity, inspiration, drafting, and more. 

With SXSW  around the corner, many startups will be launching their new apps during next week, and here is a glimpse. We introduce you Webnote by Hopin a free iPad/iPad Mini app that can help you during your creative process. Webnote is basically a browser, with added gesture functions to clip content and create visual notes from web pages, store it under your profile (with privacy settings), easily share theme on Facebook or Twitter and discover interesting contents or "notes" from people you follow. 

A simple double tap on any part of a web page (image, text or video) will isolate that particular element and bring up a frame with a preview of the note, where you can adjust or pinch for zoom in/out. On that frame you will have the option to configure the sharing options, and another tap will bring a text area to describe what you are capturing or to make your own annotation.

All the contents that you save or share will be display for you to revive on a simple and visual sidebar where you can check your private notes, the notes that you shared and also the notes from people that you care about to follow, being also a great source of inspiration. 

Within your side bar you can simply slide a note to the right to open the web page from where it was made. Or if you want to save a note for later, slide to the left and save it into your private area.

You can download Webnote at the App Store for free . More screenshots of Webnote after the break:

Pleats.M / Hironaka Ogawa & Associates

© Daici Ano
© Daici Ano
  • Architects: Hironaka Ogawa & Associates
  • Location: Saitama ,Japan
  • Architect In Charge: Hironaka Ogawa
  • Area: 1398.89 sqm
  • Project Year: 2012
  • Photographs: Daici Ano

© Daici Ano © Daici Ano © Daici Ano © Daici Ano

Starhill Gallery / Spark Architects

  • Architects: Spark Architects
  • Location: Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
  • Architect In Charge: Stephan Pimbley
  • Project Architect: Michael Gibert
  • Team: Kim-Lee Tan, Sevena Lee, Wenhui Lim
  • Lightning Designer: Snfor Sdn Bhd
  • Structural Consultant: RFR Shanghai
  • Area: 2000.0 sqm
  • Project Year: 2011
  • Photographs: Lin Ho

© Lin Ho © Lin Ho © Lin Ho © Lin Ho