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Perkins+Will Design School of the Future for Belmont

13:00 - 24 May, 2019
Perkins+Will Design School of the Future for Belmont, Courtesy of Perkins+Will
Courtesy of Perkins+Will

Architecture firm Perkins+Will have broken ground on a new middle and high school sited in the Belmont suburb of Boston. The 445,100 SF project is conceived as a flexible and agile environment for learning that's made to prepare students for jobs in future industries. Emphasizing hands-on learning, the project co-locates students on one campus while encouraging multi-age learning.

Courtesy of Perkins+Will Courtesy of Perkins+Will Courtesy of Perkins+Will Courtesy of Perkins+Will + 13

A Green Vision for Finland in 2070

09:00 - 24 May, 2019
A Green Vision for Finland in 2070, © Emmi Keskisarja & Janne Teräsvirta Arkkitehtitoimisto & Company
© Emmi Keskisarja & Janne Teräsvirta Arkkitehtitoimisto & Company

Emmi Keskisarja & Janne Teräsvirta Arkkitehtitoimisto & Company Architects have designed a futuristic green vision for an island in Finland. Titled “Emerald Envisioning for Luonnonmaa 2070,” the scheme is set on Luonnonmaa island on the Finnish West archipelago coast, close to the city of Turku. The vision for the island is one where climate change and biodiversity decline are combated through a reimagination of the urban connection with nature.

© Emmi Keskisarja & Janne Teräsvirta Arkkitehtitoimisto & Company © Emmi Keskisarja & Janne Teräsvirta Arkkitehtitoimisto & Company © Emmi Keskisarja & Janne Teräsvirta Arkkitehtitoimisto & Company © Emmi Keskisarja & Janne Teräsvirta Arkkitehtitoimisto & Company + 9

Ad Hoc Architecture Designs Hotel Inside a Cave for Rural Russia

05:00 - 24 May, 2019
Ad Hoc Architecture Designs Hotel Inside a Cave for Rural Russia, Vels Hotel. Image Courtesy of Ad Hoc Architecture
Vels Hotel. Image Courtesy of Ad Hoc Architecture

Design practice Ad Hoc Architecture has created a new proposal for a hotel inside Volsovskaya cave in rural Russia. Dubbed the Vels Hotel, the project is located on the banks of the Vishera River and adjacent to the River Wels. The hotel emerges from the cave and terraces down to the water. Intimately linked to the landscape, the design was made to be a synthesis of the Ural mountains, cultural history and modern architecture.

Vels Hotel. Image Courtesy of Ad Hoc Architecture Vels Hotel. Image Courtesy of Ad Hoc Architecture Vels Hotel. Image Courtesy of Ad Hoc Architecture Vels Hotel. Image Courtesy of Ad Hoc Architecture + 19

Snøhetta and Blight Rayner Design New Theater to Create Australia's Largest Performing Arts Center

13:00 - 23 May, 2019
Snøhetta and Blight Rayner Design New Theater to Create Australia's Largest Performing Arts Center, Courtesy of Snøhetta and Blight Rayner
Courtesy of Snøhetta and Blight Rayner

Design practices Snøhetta and Blight Rayner Architecture have been selected to design a new theater for what will become Australia's largest performing arts center in Brisbane. Beating out 23 other teams, the winning proposal for the Queensland Performing Arts Center features a $150 million theater, the fifth for the center. The concept aims to bring a new image to the Gibson precinct while respecting the site's history and context.

Courtesy of Snøhetta and Blight Rayner Courtesy of Snøhetta and Blight Rayner Courtesy of Snøhetta and Blight Rayner Courtesy of Snøhetta and Blight Rayner + 8

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Gustafson Porter + Bowman Wins Competition to Redesign Eiffel Tower Site

11:00 - 23 May, 2019
Gustafson Porter + Bowman Wins Competition to Redesign Eiffel Tower Site, © Gustafson Porter + Bowman
© Gustafson Porter + Bowman

Gustafson Porter + Bowman have been selected to reimagine the landscape of the Eiffel Tower, seeing off tough competition from three other finalists and 42 entries. Titled OnE, the scheme is founded on a unifying axis: celebrating the Eiffel Tower at the center of a line that connects the Place du Trocadéro, the Palais de Chaillot, the Pont d’Iéna, the Champ de Mars and the Ecole Militaire.

© MIR © MIR © MIR © MIR + 7

Carlo Ratti Places 650-Foot-Long Urban Vineyard in Central Milan

09:00 - 23 May, 2019
Carlo Ratti Places 650-Foot-Long Urban Vineyard in Central Milan, © Carlo Ratti Associati
© Carlo Ratti Associati

Carlo Ratti Associati has won an international competition for Reinventing Cities, with the design of a new research center placed under a 200-meter-long (650-foot-long) vineyard. Situated close to Milan’s Fondazione Prada, the VITAE project will connect the street level to the roof via a seamless footpath, and will contain a new office building and center for scientific research.

Neri&Hu Completes Aranya Art Center in Qinhuangdao, China

08:35 - 23 May, 2019
Neri&Hu Completes Aranya Art Center in Qinhuangdao, China, © Neri&Hu
© Neri&Hu

The Aranya Art Center in Qinhuangdao, China has been completed, designed by Neri&Hu. Situated in a seaside environment, the scheme was designed to evoke notions of space for art versus communal space. Despite the straightforward brief for the art center, the scheme reaches further to become a communal space for residents in the deeply spiritual community.

© Neri&Hu © Neri&Hu © Neri&Hu © Neri&Hu + 9

3GATTI Reimagines the Modern Fire Station Along the Lake of Lecco in Italy

05:00 - 23 May, 2019
3GATTI Reimagines the Modern Fire Station Along the Lake of Lecco in Italy, Courtesy of 3GATTI
Courtesy of 3GATTI

Design studio 3GATTI has created a new proposal for a contemporary fire station along Lecco Lake in Italy. Inspired by the concept of green flames and red blazes, the symbol of the Italian Fire Brigade, the team aimed to integrate the new headquarters of the Lecco Fire Department inside the landscape of the Lecco Lake. The project creates an iconic green landmark with a signature façade created by a tower and green slabs.

Courtesy of 3GATTI Courtesy of 3GATTI Courtesy of 3GATTI Courtesy of 3GATTI + 7

Meet the 16 Finalists in ArchDaily's 2019 Refurbishment in Architecture Awards

17:50 - 22 May, 2019
Meet the 16 Finalists in ArchDaily's 2019 Refurbishment in Architecture Awards

After 2 weeks of voting in our second edition of the Refurbishment in Architecture Awards, our readers have narrowed down over 700 projects to 16 finalists, representing the best architectural refurbishment projects published on ArchDaily. With finalists from four continents, this award developed in partnership with MINI Clubman clearly demonstrates the global importance of refurbishment architecture as a method of achieving sustainable development and flexible, living cities.

Now that the finalists have been selected, the second stage of the Award is now underway to narrow down these 16 projects to just three winners. Read on and use the links below to cast your vote for the overall winner, or visit the award website here.



SO-IL and West 8 Design Artpark for New York's Niagara Gorge

13:00 - 22 May, 2019
SO-IL and West 8 Design Artpark for New York's Niagara Gorge, Courtesy of SO-IL & West 8
Courtesy of SO-IL & West 8

Design practices SO-IL and West 8 have won a competition to redesign a 37-acre cultural hub along New York's Niagara Gorge. The project will include a renovated main stage and an outdoor ampitheatre, as well as a series of pathways, galleries and viewing stations integrated into the canyon. The teams are tasked with the development of a strategy to revitalize the Artpark grounds, while improving connectivity, facilities and programs.

Courtesy of SO-IL & West 8 Courtesy of SO-IL & West 8 Courtesy of SO-IL & West 8 Courtesy of SO-IL & West 8 + 5

2019 Oslo Architecture Triennale Announces the Programme for 'Enough: The Architecture of Degrowth'

12:16 - 22 May, 2019
2019 Oslo Architecture Triennale Announces the Programme for 'Enough: The Architecture of Degrowth', Courtesy of OAT 2019
Courtesy of OAT 2019

Around the world campaigners, cities, and governments are declaring a state of emergency in response to accelerating global warming. Meanwhile systemic inequality continues to entrench deep divides between those who have far too little, and those who have far too much. In this unprecedented moment, an urgent question is cast into relief: how should architecture respond to a time of climate emergency and social division?

Van Alen Institute and City of Miami Seek to Transform Flood-Prone Vacant Sites

09:30 - 22 May, 2019
Van Alen Institute and City of Miami Seek to Transform Flood-Prone Vacant Sites, © Van Alen Institute
© Van Alen Institute

The Van Alen Institute is collaborating with the City of North Miami to announce a request for qualifications for transforming the city’s flood-prone vacant lots. The competition asks how can we reimagine underutilized communal spaces to bring the community together and adapt to climate impacts over time, and to repurpose the sites to reduce the cost of flood insurance.

Listen to Bjarke Ingels' Time Sensitive Podcast about his Life and Architecture

09:00 - 22 May, 2019
Listen to Bjarke Ingels' Time Sensitive Podcast about his Life and Architecture, © LEGO Group
© LEGO Group

Media channel the slowdown has released the latest episode in their Time Sensitive podcast series, featuring an interview by Andrew Zuckerman with BIG founder Bjarke Ingels. The episode, titled “Bjarke Ingels to Cities: Take a Longer View,” sees Ingels communicate the value and world-changing potential of architecture, and reflect on his own career.

EPFL Students Bring La Buvette d'Evian Back to Life on Lake Geneva

05:00 - 22 May, 2019
EPFL Students Bring La Buvette d'Evian Back to Life on Lake Geneva, Courtesy of EPFL
Courtesy of EPFL

150 first-year EPFL architecture students are creating architecture installations and gardens around the Buvette d'Evian near Lake Geneva in France. In response to a request from the French-speaking Switzerland chapter of the Swiss Architects’ Federation (FAS), EPFL agreed to study how to better protect architectural heritage even outside of Switzerland. Students tested their designs on the Swiss side of the lake before construction, and the new designs aim to bring La Buvette back to life.

Courtesy of EPFL Courtesy of EPFL Courtesy of EPFL Courtesy of EPFL + 21

4 Visions for Notre-Dame Cathedral

09:00 - 21 May, 2019
4 Visions for Notre-Dame Cathedral, © Valentino Gareri
© Valentino Gareri

One month on from the devastating fire at Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris, the architectural community as generated a bounty of responses focusing on the future of the landmark. While some have taken the opportunity to re-imagine the purpose of the monument, from urban farming to recreational parkland, others have focused on sensitive restoration.

Machou Designs World's Longest Urban Agriculture Park for Dubai

13:00 - 20 May, 2019
Machou Designs World's Longest Urban Agriculture Park for Dubai, Dubai Super Park. Image Courtesy of Machou Architects Group
Dubai Super Park. Image Courtesy of Machou Architects Group

Toronto & Dubai based Machou Architects Group has designed the world's longest urban agriculture park for Dubai. Designed to transform the city's most vital highway into an eco-valley, the project has been developed in response to the lack of functional public spaces and sustainable outdoor spaces. Reimagining Sheikh Zayed Road, the project centers on Dubai's main transportation artery and its primary link to other cities.

Dubai Super Park. Image Courtesy of Machou Architects Group Dubai Super Park. Image Courtesy of Machou Architects Group Dubai Super Park. Image Courtesy of Machou Architects Group Dubai Super Park. Image Courtesy of Machou Architects Group + 15

JFK's Iconic TWA Terminal Reopens as Vintage Hotel by Beyer Blinder Belle

09:00 - 20 May, 2019
JFK's Iconic TWA Terminal Reopens as Vintage Hotel by Beyer Blinder Belle, © TWA Hotel/David Mitchell
© TWA Hotel/David Mitchell

The TWA Hotel has opened at JFK Airport in New York. Centered on the careful restoration of Eero Saarinen’s landmark 1962 former Trans World Airlines terminal, the hotel features 512 soundproof guest rooms, restaurants, and retail outlets. The project was led by Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners, with two new hotel wings designed by LUBRANO CIAVARRA Architects and Stonehill Taylor, and a 50,000 square meter events center by INC Architecture & Design.

© TWA Hotel/David Mitchell © TWA Hotel/David Mitchell © TWA Hotel/David Mitchell © Christopher Payne/Esto + 24

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