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Deus Ex Machine Store / Meireles + Pavan Arquitetura

© Fran Parente
© Fran Parente

© Fran Parente© Fran Parente© Fran Parente© Fran Parente+ 22

  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  1150
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2021
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers: Archicad, Compainha de Iluminação, Granidomus, LD Arti, Móveis Queiroz, +2
  • Professionals: DRC Engenharia

Apex House / John McAslan + Partners

© Hufton+Crow© Hufton+Crow© Hufton+Crow© Hufton+Crow+ 24

Villa Bonh / CAS architecten

© Tim Van de Velde
© Tim Van de Velde

© Tim Van de Velde© Tim Van de Velde© Tim Van de Velde© Tim Van de Velde+ 23

Bonheiden, Belgium
  • Architects: CAS architecten
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  378
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2019

ArchDaily's 2021 New Practices to Be Announced Tuesday, November 30

Twenty architectural firms and practitioners from all over the world will be selected as part of the 2021 generation of ArchDaily's New Practices this Tuesday, November 30, on ArchDaily and its versions in Portuguese, Spanish and Chinese.

How to Improve Lighting in the Workplace

People spend hours at work every day. Offices still fail to recognise the difference lighting can make to their workspaces. Lighting is an important matter when talking about visual comfort and productivity. Optimized lighting can help to improve performance and there are determined practice guidelines on which lighting systems work best for your work environment.

© Luc Boegly© Yevhenii Avramenko© Jack Hobhouse© Matthijs van Roon+ 16

Monte Tauro Residence / PPAA Pérez Palacios Arquitectos Asociados

© Rafael Gamo
© Rafael Gamo

© Rafael Gamo© Rafael Gamo© Luis Garvan© Rafael Gamo+ 47

Mexico City, Mexico

Building-Integrated Photovoltaics Can Lead to Net-Positive Construction

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The building construction industry currently accounts for 40% of annual greenhouse gas emissions, due to its high carbon embodiment and carbonated energy demands. Building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) is a sustainable solution to address these concerns and to contribute to a net-positive world. This advanced technology can be utilized in solar building envelopes, skylights, windows, and balcony railings to produce green energy. 

Off-White Flagship Store Miami / Virgil Abloh + AMO

Courtesy of Off-WhiteCourtesy of Off-WhiteCourtesy of Off-WhiteCourtesy of Off-White+ 39

  • Architects: AMO; Designers: Virgil Abloh
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  262
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2020

Fotografiska Announces Three New Locations in Berlin, Shanghai and Miami, Becoming the Largest Private Art Museum

Fotografiska Berlin by Herzog & De Meuron. Image © bloomimages
Fotografiska Berlin by Herzog & De Meuron. Image © bloomimages

Fotografiska Museum has announced its expansion to three new locations in Berlin, Shanghai and Miami, to be housed within existing buildings redesigned by Herzog & De Meuron, Neri&Hu and Rockwell Group. A former department store in Berlin's Jewish Quarter, a 1946 factory building in Miami and a historically significant warehouse complex in Shanghai are the future Fotografiska venues set for completion in 2022 and 2023. Together with the existing locations in Stockholm, Tallin and New York, these will form the world's largest private art museum in terms of size, number of locations, and exhibitions per year.

Fotografiska Miami  by Rockwell Group. Image Courtesy of FotografiskaFotografiska Shanghai by Neri&Hu. Image Courtesy of FotografiskaFotografiska Miami  by Rockwell Group. Image Courtesy of FotografiskaFotografiska Berlin by Herzog & De Meuron. Image © bloomimages+ 8

Creative Renovations: 14 Projects With Surprising Solutions That Transform The Space

Renovation projects are often perceived as being more limited and therefore less exciting. In this article, we present renovation projects with unexpected solutions that show that it is possible to be creative when adapting and reusing an existing space.

Renovation projects - also called retrofitting, refurbishing, remodeling - are becoming increasingly popular in the market and the practice of architecture, especially after the COVID-19 pandemic.

House in Chiharada / Studio Velocity. Image © Kentaro Kuriharaf(x) House / Adhoc Arquitectura y Territorio. Image © David FrutosHouse AD25 / João Tiago Aguiar Arquitectos. Image © Fernando Guerra FD+SGReforma residencial em Fukui / Yoshichika Takagi + associates. Image Cortesia de Yoshichika Takagi+ 16

Provencher_Roy’s New Downtown Business Hub for HEC Montréal Nears Completion

Provencher_Roy’s new downtown hub for HEC Montréal has neared completion and is set to open in 2022. The business school's new center for entrepreneurship and research aims to strengthen the ties between the school and the city's business community, as well as promote innovative solutions through collaborative programs for students and professionals. The facility will feature theoretical and professional development courses, as well as interdisciplinary and collaborative spaces that tackle new fields in the industry like Artificial Intelligence.

Courtesy of Provencher_RoyCourtesy of Provencher_RoyCourtesy of Provencher_RoyCourtesy of Provencher_Roy+ 21

How to Design Dynamically and Create Vivid Visualizations with Enscape 3.2

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Enscape is a real-time visualization and virtual reality tool favored by architects, designers, and other AEC professionals.

AstraZeneca’s The Discovery Centre / Herzog & de Meuron

© Hufton+Crow
© Hufton+Crow

© Hufton+Crow© Hufton+Crow© Hufton+Crow© Hufton+Crow+ 12

Calton Hill Play Shelter / O'DonnellBrown

© Ross Campbell
© Ross Campbell

© Ross Campbell© Ross Campbell© Ross Campbell© Ross Campbell+ 17

The Revival of Terrazzo in Interior Architecture: 5 Inspiring Projects

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Since its inauguration in the 1960s, every year more than 10 million tourists visit the Hollywood Walk of Fame in hopes of experiencing the glitz and glamour of Los Angeles’ most famous attraction. To this day, its 18 blocks of terrazzo floors remain in a good state, revealing the longevity and durability of a material able to withstand heavy foot traffic over the course of the century.

Singita Volcanoes National Park / GAPP Architects & Urban Designers

© Adriaan Louw
© Adriaan Louw

© Adriaan Louw© Adriaan Louw© Adriaan Louw© Adriaan Louw+ 28

Mecidiyekoy Art & Istanbul Bookstore / KAAT ARCHITETURE + URBAN & caps.office

© Orhun Ulgen Works© Orhun Ulgen Works© Orhun Ulgen Works© Orhun Ulgen Works+ 28

İstanbul, Turkey

Curtain Call Apartments / Todot Architects and Partners

© Jinbo Choi© Jinbo Choi© Jinbo Choi© Jinbo Choi+ 38

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