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LAKE|FLATO and SA+R Break Ground on University of Denver's New Campus Hub

05:00 - 20 June, 2019
LAKE|FLATO and SA+R Break Ground on University of Denver's New Campus Hub, Courtesy of Lake|Flato and SA+R
Courtesy of Lake|Flato and SA+R

Lake|Flato and Shears Adkins Rockmore have broken ground on the University of Denver's new Burwell Center for Career Achievement. Designed as a campus hub for the university, the project was ,made to be a gathering place for the extended DU community. Sited at a key nexus between the campus's traditional core and its growing urban edge, the new 23,000 square foot center combines student career development with alumni engagement and programming.

Courtesy of Lake|Flato and SA+R Courtesy of Lake|Flato and SA+R Courtesy of Lake|Flato and SA+R Courtesy of Lake|Flato and SA+R + 11

Henning Larsen Wins Competition to Revitalize Denmark's Esbjerg Bypark

13:00 - 19 June, 2019
Henning Larsen Wins Competition to Revitalize Denmark's Esbjerg Bypark, Courtesy of Henning Larsen
Courtesy of Henning Larsen

Henning Larsen has won the open competition to revitalize Esbjerg Bypark, a historic harborside park in western Denmark. The project will be made in collaboration with Berlin-based landscape architects Topotek1, artist Eva Kock, and engineers Ingeniør’ne. The design for the 30,000sqm revitalization aims to create a green cultural framework to reshape the city's urban identity.

Obama Presidential Center Design Moves Forward as Federal Judge Rejects Lawsuit

05:00 - 19 June, 2019
Obama Presidential Center Design Moves Forward as Federal Judge Rejects Lawsuit, Obama Presidential Center. Image Courtesy of DBOX
Obama Presidential Center. Image Courtesy of DBOX

The Obama Presidential Center by Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects and Interactive Design moves forward as a federal judge tossed out the lawsuit against it. The planned $500 million, 20-acre campus faced an initial ruling from a district judge that allowed the lawsuit to proceed and stalled construction for four months. Now U.S. District Judge John Robert Blakey stated there will be no halt in construction.

Obama Presidential Center. Image Courtesy of Obama Foundation Obama Presidential Center. Image Courtesy of Obama Foundation Obama Presidential Center. Image Courtesy of Obama Foundation Obama Presidential Center. Image Courtesy of Obama Foundation + 5

First Look at the 2019 Serpentine Pavilion

10:20 - 18 June, 2019
First Look at the 2019 Serpentine Pavilion, 2019 Serpentine Pavilion. Image © Laurian Ghinitoiu
2019 Serpentine Pavilion. Image © Laurian Ghinitoiu

Japanese architect Junya Ishigami's 2019 Serpentine Pavilion is taking shape in London. A series of photographs by Laurian Ghinitoiu showcase the project and its flowing, free-form roof. Ishigami is the second-youngest designer of the pavilion, and his work is known for a light and ephemeral approach. The design for the 2019 pavilion takes the form of a slate sheet rising from the landscape of the park, held up by pilotis that form an interior field.

2019 Serpentine Pavilion. Image © Laurian Ghinitoiu 2019 Serpentine Pavilion. Image © Laurian Ghinitoiu 2019 Serpentine Pavilion. Image © Laurian Ghinitoiu 2019 Serpentine Pavilion. Image © Laurian Ghinitoiu + 12

Woods Bagot and Seidler Begin MLC Centre Redevelopment in Central Sydney

13:00 - 17 June, 2019
Woods Bagot and Seidler Begin MLC Centre Redevelopment in Central Sydney, Courtesy of Woods Bagot, Harry Seidler and Associates
Courtesy of Woods Bagot, Harry Seidler and Associates

Woods Bagot and Harry Seidler and Associates have begun construction on the MLC Centre redevelopment in central Sydney. The $170 million project includes four floors of retail, commercial and cultural spaces across 6,000 square meters. First unveiled in 2015, the project was designed to play on the geometry of the existing MLC tower and forecourt.

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Studio Gang Breaks Ground on Museum of Natural History Expansion in New York

05:00 - 17 June, 2019
Studio Gang Breaks Ground on Museum of Natural History Expansion in New York, Courtesy of Studio Gang
Courtesy of Studio Gang

Studio Gang has broken ground on the American Museum of Natural History Expansion in New York. Called the Richard Gilder Center, the project held its groundbreaking ceremony on June 12 to kick off construction. Designed by Jeanne Gang, the $383 million Center was first proposed seven years ago. The project was made to link a range of museum buildings for better circulation throughout the campus.

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DNKag Creates Rooftop Corten Discs to Revitalize Seaside Warehouse in Russia

05:00 - 14 June, 2019
DNKag Creates Rooftop Corten Discs to Revitalize Seaside Warehouse in Russia, Harbor Sea Infinity. Image Courtesy of DNKag
Harbor Sea Infinity. Image Courtesy of DNKag

Architecture practice DNKag has designed two corten discs as a rooftop extension to a seaside production facility in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Dubbed Harbor Sea Infinity, the project will become a social and business center overlooking Sevkabel Port. In a short time, Sevkabel Port has become a new point of attraction for urban activities and a popular destination for citizens and tourists in the city. The new rooftop addition aims to bring new life to the industrial warehouse.

Harbor Sea Infinity. Image Courtesy of DNKag Harbor Sea Infinity. Image Courtesy of DNKag Harbor Sea Infinity. Image Courtesy of DNKag Harbor Sea Infinity. Image Courtesy of DNKag + 16

Atelier Reach Breaks Ground on New Housing Model in the Dominican Republic

13:00 - 13 June, 2019
Atelier Reach Breaks Ground on New Housing Model in the Dominican Republic, The Flats. Image Courtesy of Atelier Reach
The Flats. Image Courtesy of Atelier Reach

Austin and Punta Cana-based practice Atelier Reach Architects have broken ground on a new residential community development in the Dominican Republic. Located on the west side of Punta Cana Village, the project brings together community activities with private residences and amenities. Called The Flats, the new housing model was designed to raise awareness about design and construction methods along the country’s eastern coast.

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Minimalist Eco-Hotel Set to Open in Italy's Dolomites

05:00 - 13 June, 2019
Minimalist Eco-Hotel Set to Open in Italy's Dolomites, Courtesy of Adler Resorts
Courtesy of Adler Resorts

The Adler Hotel Group have completed construction on a new, minimalist eco-hotel in Italy’s Dolomites mountain range. Called Adler Lodge Ritten, the project is located on the Ritten plateau, a short walk from the region’s historic narrow-gauge railway. The retreat was designed to blend into the surrounding forest by taking the form of rural alpine structures.

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Ingenhoven Breaks Ground on Urban Mountain for Düsseldorf

05:00 - 12 June, 2019
Ingenhoven Breaks Ground on Urban Mountain for Düsseldorf, Courtesy of CADMAN
Courtesy of CADMAN

German architecture practice Ingenhoven has broken ground on a new mixed-use development for Düsseldorf. As a "green heart" and urban mountain in the city, the project is being built at Gustaf-Gründgens-Platz. Called Kö-Bogen II, the design reflects the character of the neighborhood while creating a new landmark with views to Hofgarten park. The roofs and facades of the project will feature extensive greenery with hornbeam hedges and plantings as a sustainable model for the inner city.

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FIELDWORKS Celebrates Design-Build in California's High Desert

13:00 - 11 June, 2019
FIELDWORKS Celebrates Design-Build in California's High Desert, © Zeno Legner
© Zeno Legner

Design lab Space Saloon recently wrapped up its second experimental design-build festival in Southern California. Dubbed FIELDWORKS, the festival aimed to rethink design-build and hands-on education. Following the success of the first workshop, LANDING, the group returned to Southern California to develop site-specific projects and workshops.

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Jakob + MacFarlane Design Retractable Timber Exhibition Hall for Paris

05:00 - 11 June, 2019
Jakob + MacFarlane Design Retractable Timber Exhibition Hall for Paris, Courtesy of LUXIGON
Courtesy of LUXIGON

Paris architecture firm Jakob + MacFarlane has designed a retractable wood and glass exhibition hall for the Saint-Denis area of Paris. As a winning project in the C40 international "Reinventing Cities" competition, the project was made to reflect the historical industrial heritage of the surrounding context. Dubbed Odyssee Pleyel, the hall aims to showcase thought-leadership in carbon-neutral development and the global clean energy transition.

Third Nature Designs New Housing Model to Address UN's Climate Goals

13:00 - 10 June, 2019
Third Nature Designs New Housing Model to Address UN's Climate Goals, New Angle. Image Courtesy of TREDJE NATUR
New Angle. Image Courtesy of TREDJE NATUR

Danish architecture firm TREDJE NATUR has designed a new mixed-use housing project for Gladsaxe near Copenhagen. Called New Angle, the design shows how the United Nation’s SDG goals can be translated into pragmatic town houses formed in a perimeter block. The sustainable town house typology includes a tapered roof that works as a barrier for noise while opening up to the sky above.

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Dimensions.Guide Creates Online Database of Scaled Figures and Drawings

13:00 - 7 June, 2019
Dimensions.Guide Creates Online Database of Scaled Figures and Drawings, Courtesy of Dimensions.Guide
Courtesy of Dimensions.Guide

Architect Bryan Maddock created a public research database dubbed Dimensions.Guide as a comprehensive reference for dimensioned drawings. Documenting the standard measurements and sizes of everyday objects and spaces, the database was developed through the architecture practice Fantastic Offense. The guide offers resources to professional designers, students, and the public as a way to enhance global collective awareness of dimensions in everyday life.

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SHoP Breaks Ground on New Fulbright University in Vietnam

05:00 - 7 June, 2019
SHoP Breaks Ground on New Fulbright University in Vietnam, Fulbright University Vietnam. Image Courtesy of SHoP Architects
Fulbright University Vietnam. Image Courtesy of SHoP Architects

SHoP Architects has broken ground on Fulbright University Vietnam, the country’s first independent, not-for profit institution of higher education. Formed as part of a 15-hectare flagship campus, the project is located within Saigon High Tech Park in District 9 of Ho Chi Minh City. The university was designed to serve Vietnamese society through innovative teaching programs and research aimed at supporting Vietnam’s continued development.