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Glenn Murcutt on the Fires in Australia, Climate Change, and Sustainability in Architecture

Design:ED Podcast is an inside look into the field of architecture told from the perspective of individuals that are leading the industry. This motivational series grants unique insight into the making of a successful design career, from humble beginnings to worldwide recognition. Every week, featured guests share their personal highs and lows on their journey to success, that is sure to inspire audiences at all levels of the industry. Listening to their stories will provide a rare blueprint for anyone seeking to advance their career, and elevate their work to the next level.

Pritzker Prize Winner, Glenn Murcutt joins the podcast to discuss the recent fires in Australia, the importance of spatial understanding over form-driven design, and how he established his award-winning practice.

Sedka Bridal Store / Pablo Muñoz Payá Arquitectos

© David Zarzoso © David Zarzoso © David Zarzoso © David Zarzoso + 22

Petrer, Spain

Magallanes Park / Vázquez Consuegra

© Fernando Alda © Fernando Alda © Fernando Alda © Fernando Alda + 15

Sevilla, Spain
  • Architects: Vázquez Consuegra
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 420.0
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2019

Normal²ab Compound Space / Simple Space Design

© Little praise © Little praise © Little praise © Little praise + 25

Zhongshan, China
  • Architects: Simple Space Design
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 365.0
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2018

House in Yatsugatake / Kidosaki Architects Studio

© 45g Photography © 45g Photography © 45g Photography © 45g Photography + 34

Nagano, Japan

Barzok Cultural Center / archoffice

© Parham Taghioff © Parham Taghioff © Parham Taghioff © Parham Taghioff + 27

Barzok, Iran
  • Architects: archoffice
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 420.0
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2018

Kodikara House / Lalith Gunadasa Architects

© Dilanka Bandara © Dilanka Bandara © Dilanka Bandara © Dilanka Bandara + 21

Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte, Sri Lanka

Mon Repos Turtle Centre / KIRK

© Scott Burrows © Scott Burrows © Scott Burrows © Scott Burrows + 22

Bargara, Australia
  • Architects: KIRK
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 1170.0
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2019

Park Slope Townhouse / Resolution: 4 Architecture

© Eric Soltan Photography
© Eric Soltan Photography

Courtesy of Resolution: 4 Architecture © Eric Soltan Photography © Eric Soltan Photography © Eric Soltan Photography + 20

New York, United States

Casa Carmela / Fae + NOMADA

© Gonzalo Viramonte © Roger Berta © Gonzalo Viramonte © Gonzalo Viramonte + 42

Córdoba, Argentina
  • Architects: Fae, NOMADA
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 190.0

Gênesis House / Otta Albernaz Arquitetura

© Ronaldo Rizzutti © Ronaldo Rizzutti © Ronaldo Rizzutti © Jefferson Fabrício + 27

Bioaroma Museum & Experince Store / KAAF | Kitriniaris Associates Architecture Firm

© Simone Bossi © Simone Bossi © Simone Bossi © Simone Bossi + 32

Ágios Nikolaos, Greece

12 Timber Houses in Chile: Material Honesty and Integration With Landscapes

© Nicolás Saieh
© Nicolás Saieh

The use of wood in the construction of Chilean houses demonstrates the possibilities offered by renewable resources available in the country. The benefits are multiple: wood can be an extremely sustainable material when produced and processed under certain conditions since it can have a very low carbon footprint. Meanwhile, as a construction system, it is characterized by its warmth, resistance, and durability.

Dundrum House / Peter Legge Associates

© Aisling McCoy © Aisling McCoy © Aisling McCoy © Aisling McCoy + 24

Renzo Piano Unveils Images of First Completed Residential Building in Miami

Just completed, Eighty Seven Park in Miami is Renzo Piano’s first residential commission in the United States. The Pritzker Prize winner, known for his cultural interventions around the globe, imagined an architecture that creates the illusion of a floating building above the ocean and park.

© The Boundary © Douglas Friedman © Douglas Friedman © The Boundary + 11

In Antarctica, Architecture is Heating Up

In 1773, James Cook circumnavigated Antarctica, representing humankind’s first known encounter with the continent. Ever since, Antarctica has been a vast, formidable, yet curious 14 million kilometer landscape, which explorers, scientists and governments have sought to understand and exploit. Given the harsh realities of building on the continent, aesthetics and architectural creativity have remained an afterthought in Antarctic settlements up until recent years. Today, however, the architectural scene is heating up.

Arctic Poppy Orangery in Antarctica. Image © Alexy Kozyr Architekten IMS. Image ©NCAOR (National Centre for Antarctic and Ocean) Halley VI Research Station / Hugh Broughton Architects. Image © Sam Burrell Princess Elisabeth Antarctica Research Station. Image © René Robert - International Polar Foundation + 13

Amanali House / Rojkind Arquitectos

© Jaime Navarro © Jaime Navarro © Jaime Navarro © Jaime Navarro + 38

Tepeji del Rio de Ocampo, Mexico

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