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Silex² Tower / Mà Architectes + Arte Charpentier

© Boegly + Grazia photographers
© Boegly + Grazia photographers

© Boegly + Grazia photographers© Boegly + Grazia photographers© Boegly + Grazia photographers© Boegly + Grazia photographers+ 27

Wukesong Ice Sports Center / BIAD-ZXD ARCHITECTS

west facade. Image © Zhepeng ZhangWinter Olympic promenade. Image © Zhepeng Zhangview in the Winter Olympic promenade. Image © Zhepeng Zhangshadow of Winter Olympic promenade. Image © Zhepeng Zhang+ 23

Beijing, China

Flagpole in Nakameguro House / SALHAUS

© Toshiyuki Yano© Toshiyuki Yano© Toshiyuki Yano© Toshiyuki Yano+ 23

Meguro City, Japan

Cincinnati Ballet: Margaret & Michael Valentine Center for Dance / GBBN

© Brad Feinknopf© Brad Feinknopf© Brad Feinknopf© Brad Feinknopf+ 19

Minneapolis, United States
  • Architects: GBBN
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  57000 ft²
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2021

Permanent Visit Inn / Estudio 2850

© Isabel Delgado
© Isabel Delgado

© Isabel Delgado© Isabel Delgado© Isabel Delgado© Isabel Delgado+ 12

Chambo, Ecuador
  • Architects: Estudio 2850
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  431 ft²
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2021

The Muxarabi House / Cris Furlan Arquitetura

© Favaro Jr.© Favaro Jr.© Favaro Jr.© Favaro Jr.+ 20

Santa Rosa, Brazil
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  350
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2021
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers: Grupo Parana, Lumart, Portobello, REFAX, Rústika Marcenaria Nobre, +1

Lukas - Verwaltungsgebäude am Coesfelder Kreuz Administration Building / Peter Bastian Architekten

© Roland Borgmann
© Roland Borgmann

© Roland Borgmann© Roland Borgmann© Roland Borgmann© Roland Borgmann+ 41

New Headquarters of the Faculty of Humanities Charles University / Kuba & Pilar architekti

© David Korsa© David Korsa© David Korsa© David Korsa+ 39

Chapel in Miljana / Álvaro Siza Vieira

© Damir Fabijanić© Damir Fabijanić© Damir Fabijanić© Damir Fabijanić+ 46

Miljana, Croatia

BEYOND SCALE SERIES: I am Connected by Ben van Berkel UNStudio

The next “Beyond Scale” lecture at IE School of Architecture and Design is coming soon!

Ennead Architects Unveils Design of Xiaomi International Headquarters in Shenzhen

Ennead Architects has been selected to design the new headquarters of electronics designer and manufacturer Xiaomi in Shenzhen. The winning design, which was a competition entry held in celebration of the company’s 10th anniversary, reflects the relationship between technology and daily life by integrating a digital interface into the fabric of the building. The structure resembles a Rubik's cube with a 360-degree LED screen surrounding the building’s podium, representing Xiaomi’s success and aspirations for the future.

Courtesy of Ennead ArchitectsCourtesy of Ennead ArchitectsCourtesy of Ennead ArchitectsCourtesy of Ennead Architects+ 5

House RR / Norell/Rodhe

Courtesy of Norell/Rodhe© Mikael Olsson© Mikael Olsson© Mikael Olsson+ 17

Granlund and Kvarnsjön, Sweden
  • Architects: Norell/Rodhe
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  70
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2020
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers: Ifö Electric AB, Plannja

RIBA Announces Winners of 2021 President’s Medal and Awards for Research

As Found Houses: Experiments from Self-builders in Rural China . Image Courtesy of RIBA
As Found Houses: Experiments from Self-builders in Rural China . Image Courtesy of RIBA

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has announced the winners of the 2021 President's Medal and Awards for Research, highlighting the best research concerning architecture and the built environment. The President's Medal was awarded to John Lin and Sony Devabhaktuni from the University of Hong Kong for their research project As Found Houses, which explores vernacular practices in rural China. Two more awards were granted to the development of an ethics guide for architectural practitioners and a study of thin-tile vaulting in Cuba.

Will I Cause Harm?: Practising Ethics Guides for Built Environment Research . Image Courtesy of RIBAWill I Cause Harm?: Practising Ethics Guides for Built Environment Research . Image Courtesy of RIBABeyond the National Art Schools: Thin-Tile Vaulting in Cuba after the Revolution . Image Courtesy of RIBAStuff and Space in the Home: Space for Storage as the forgotten design and well-being dimension in standardised housing, . Image Courtesy of RIBA+ 5

What Would the Unfinished Metlife North Building in New York Have Looked Like?

90Grados specialises in creating high-quality architectural renderings - and this time they present the virtual construction of a skyscraper that was left unfinished in New York after the Great Depression of 1929: the Metropolitan Life North Building.

12 Chinese Home Remodeling Ideas: Solutions to Housing Problems

In 2014, a home reconstruction program called "Dream home" was launched in China, inviting architects and interior designers to redesign some old houses that have problems. Some of these homes are oddly shaped, some are tiny, and yet others have extremely inadequate lighting. The design concepts conveyed by the designers together in this program are respect for people, understanding human relationships, and the definition of home. These renovations or reconstructions are not just home updates for clients, but a reinterpretation of "home" that gives them a new life with dignity.

Where is Architecture Going After the Pandemic Fades?

Courtesy of Domingo Arancibia. ImageMuelle de Mimbre
Courtesy of Domingo Arancibia. ImageMuelle de Mimbre

This article was originally published on Common Edge.

In terms of Covid, 2022 is more likely to be like 1920 than like 2020 or 2021. “Change or die” is a cliché, but often a true one. The past two years under the pandemic have forced many kinds of changes across society that may have helped prevent a lot of deaths. But many other aspects of our culture had already been changing in ways that predated the pandemic, gradual shifts that, once Covid hit, became instant and ubiquitous: remote work, remote learning, the dominance of online shopping and the death of brick-and-mortar retail, the obsessive focus on health and well-being. All of this, and more, is now a fundamental aspect of our daily lives. 

Veterinary Building at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences at Campus Ås / Henning Larsen

© Einar Aslaksen
© Einar Aslaksen

© Einar Aslaksen© Einar Aslaksen© Einar Aslaksen© Einar Aslaksen+ 13

  • Architects: Henning Larsen
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  63000
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2021

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