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Beiramar House / Merooficina

© Tiago Casanova
© Tiago Casanova

Beiramar House / MerooficinaBeiramar House / MerooficinaBeiramar House / MerooficinaBeiramar House / Merooficina+ 28

  • Architects: Merooficina
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  150
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2020

Villa Tulum / NOIZ architekti

Villa Tulum / NOIZ architektiVilla Tulum / NOIZ architektiVilla Tulum / NOIZ architektiVilla Tulum / NOIZ architekti+ 39

Tulum, Mexico

Family House Renovation in Blonay / Graber & Petter Architectes Sàrl

© Lionel Henriod
© Lionel Henriod

Family House Renovation in Blonay / Graber & Petter Architectes SàrlFamily House Renovation in Blonay / Graber & Petter Architectes SàrlFamily House Renovation in Blonay / Graber & Petter Architectes SàrlFamily House Renovation in Blonay / Graber & Petter Architectes Sàrl+ 19

Hibiscus Building / Caparroz Arquitectura

Hibiscus Building / Caparroz ArquitecturaHibiscus Building / Caparroz ArquitecturaHibiscus Building / Caparroz ArquitecturaHibiscus Building / Caparroz Arquitectura+ 17

  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  5920 ft²
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2022
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  FV, Fanaquimica, ferrum

The Ultimate Guide to High-Performance Building Design

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Courtesy of cove.tool
Courtesy of cove.tool

The term 'high-performing' may bring different images, ranging from a star student to a virtuosic violinist to a hard-working employee. As diverse as they may be, these 'high-performing' people have common attributes. A cut above the rest, they transcend expectations and bring added benefits through their functioning. They deliver the best possible outputs within their constraints and ensure quality while doing the same. Most importantly, they are consistent in their results, and they use their excellence to positively influence their own lives and the lives of the people around them.

Toronto Plans on Stopping the Construction of Smart Cities Following Concerns of Privacy

As more smart cities make their way across the globe, whether it being in countries of the Far East, Latin America, or the Middle East, Toronto is stepping back from the smart city bandwagon, and reassessing its substantial contribution to the community. The Canadian city, which ranked 15th on Global Finance's ranking of the world's best cities to live in for the year 2022, plans on "killing the smart city forever", especially after Quayside's controversial cancellation reasons, questioning its lack of privacy, necessity on an urban scale, and whether people truly want to live in a tech-driven environment.

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QBY House / Trung tran Studio

QBY House / Trung tran StudioQBY House / Trung tran StudioQBY House / Trung tran StudioQBY House / Trung tran Studio+ 25

Bắc Yên, Vietnam
  • Architects: Trung tran Studio
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  600
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2021
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  AutoDesk, Xingfa

Passages Insolites, the Public Art Circuit Explores Unexpected Public Spaces in the City of Québec

Initiated by EXMURO arts publics and the Ville de Québec, the 9th edition of Passages Insolites, or Unusual Passages, is open from June 25 to October 10, 2022, in the city of Québec. During this time, 17 works by 18 local, Canadian, and international artists will be placed along a 2.5 km circuit in the historic sectors of Place Royale, Petit Champlain, and the Old Port. This year’s edition creates spaces for artistic encounters and reflection on the environment, decolonization, and geopolitics. In the words of Vincent Roy, EXMURO’s executive and artistic director, this year’s programming will “help put Quebec City on the global art map as a venue for exhibiting art and promoting artists, both locally and internationally.”

Passages Insolites, the Public Art Circuit Explores Unexpected Public Spaces in the City of QuébecPassages Insolites, the Public Art Circuit Explores Unexpected Public Spaces in the City of QuébecPassages Insolites, the Public Art Circuit Explores Unexpected Public Spaces in the City of QuébecPassages Insolites, the Public Art Circuit Explores Unexpected Public Spaces in the City of Québec+ 10

Returning the Building to the Soil: an Interview with the Architect and Scientist Mae-Ling Lokko

Photo: © Courtney Sofiah Yates
Photo: © Courtney Sofiah Yates

Agriculture and the food industry seem to have little in common with architecture, but it is precisely the overlap of these three areas that interests Ghanaian-Filipino scientist and architect Mae-ling Lokko. Working with recycling agricultural waste and biopolymer materials, Lokko searches for ways to transform the so-called agrowaste into building materials.

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How Does Global Inflation Impact the Design Profession?

Architecture, as a profession, is highly cyclical in nature. It ebbs and flows with the tides of economic conditions, and is especially hard hit during times of downturn. We’ve all heard stories or experienced it ourselves, or layoffs during the Great Financial Crisis in 2008, or even more recently the significant cutbacks architecture firms went through during the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic. Projects went on hold and new business opportunities declined almost overnight. Now, two years later, firms are keeping a close watch on global supply chain issues and rising inflation rates, especially with increased pressure to meet the needs of a growing urban population. Will architecture be recession-proof as we enter a bear market? 

Steven Holl’s Architectural Archive Preserves His Firm’s Designs and the Landscape

Steven Holl can often be found reading poetry and painting watercolors in a tiny cabin overlooking lotus flowers on the edge of a lake in Rhinebeck, New York. The cabin sits on a 28-acre reserve that Holl purchased in 2014 that now hosts Holl’s full-time office, and ‘T’ Space, a nonprofit arts organization offering creative exhibitions, environmental installations, and architectural residencies. Wrapping around several large trees and linking through a passageway to another existing 1959 cabin, the Steven Myron Holl Foundation’s Architectural Archive and Research Library, built in 2019, is the latest building to be carefully situated in the lush landscape.

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School La Pau Square / Leku Studio

School La Pau Square / Leku StudioSchool La Pau Square / Leku StudioSchool La Pau Square / Leku StudioSchool La Pau Square / Leku Studio+ 8

  • Architects: Leku Studio
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  16501 ft²
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2020
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  AutoDesk, ESCOFET, Adobe Systems Incorporated, Robert McNeel & Associates

Diagonal House / en-route-architecture

Diagonal House / en-route-architectureDiagonal House / en-route-architectureDiagonal House / en-route-architectureDiagonal House / en-route-architecture+ 19

Kea-Kythnos, Greece

The Highly Anticipated SketchUp for iPad App is Here

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Now, more than ever, architects are working outside the office. Whether meeting with a client over Zoom, visiting a job site, or sketching on the train, design professionals aren’t tethered to their desks– and neither should their 3D tools.

SketchUp, one of the most popular 3D modelers in the world, set out to meet this “new normal” for designers by launching a new mobile app: SketchUp for iPad. With a simple UI, intuitive drawing tools, and a direct integration with the cloud collaboration platform, Trimble Connect, SketchUp for iPad empowers designers to work in 3D anywhere. Let’s take a closer look.

Ring on the Green Apartment / HAMS and, Studio

Ring on the Green Apartment / HAMS and, StudioRing on the Green Apartment / HAMS and, StudioRing on the Green Apartment / HAMS and, StudioRing on the Green Apartment / HAMS and, Studio+ 33

Setagaya City, Japan
  • Architects: HAMS and, Studio
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  90
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2022
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  Haymes Paint, Fe+, Forbo, Tajima, Takara Standard, +1

Zumaia Urban Elevator / TAPER Arkitektura + VAUMM

© Pedro Pegenaute
© Pedro Pegenaute

Zumaia Urban Elevator / TAPER Arkitektura + VAUMMZumaia Urban Elevator / TAPER Arkitektura + VAUMMZumaia Urban Elevator / TAPER Arkitektura + VAUMMZumaia Urban Elevator / TAPER Arkitektura + VAUMM+ 20

  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  700
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2019
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  AutoDesk, ESCOFET, Carboline, CarlStahl, LAMP, +3

Spirit of Thai Architecture Clubhouse / Sansiri PCL

Spirit of Thai Architecture Clubhouse / Sansiri PCLSpirit of Thai Architecture Clubhouse / Sansiri PCLSpirit of Thai Architecture Clubhouse / Sansiri PCLSpirit of Thai Architecture Clubhouse / Sansiri PCL+ 25

  • Architects: Sansiri PCL
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  643
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2022
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  COTTO, Jotun, Cifre, FAMELINE, Luxteel, +1

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