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Updated $13 Billion Plans for New York JFK Airport Overhaul Released

09:00 - 11 October, 2018
Updated $13 Billion Plans for New York JFK Airport Overhaul Released, via Governor of New York
via Governor of New York

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has unveiled an updated $13 billion plan to transform John F. Kennedy International Airport into a “world-class 21st-century airport.” The scheme will add two major international terminals at the North and South sides, increasing airport capacity by 4 million square feet and 15 million annual passengers.

Artist Mr. June Brings Urban Facades to Life with Layered Three Dimensional Murals

13:00 - 5 October, 2018
Artist Mr. June Brings Urban Facades to Life with Layered Three Dimensional Murals, Urban Nation, Berlin. Image © Mr. June
Urban Nation, Berlin. Image © Mr. June

Artist David Louf, aka Mr. June, has earned a reputation for creating striking urban art, most recently using three-dimensional murals that play off architectural elements. As Colossal reports, within the last year Mr. June's geometric abstractions have become increasingly architectural as they aim to challenge viewer’s perceptions. Producing work since 1985, Mr. June recently completed a 130-foot diameter dome in North Carolina and a 3D mural for Urban Nation in Berlin.

WXY Proposes Vertical Manufacturing Buildings in New Brooklyn Navy Yard Masterplan

13:00 - 2 October, 2018
WXY Proposes Vertical Manufacturing Buildings in New Brooklyn Navy Yard Masterplan, Brooklyn Navy Yard. Image Courtesy of BNYDC and WXY
Brooklyn Navy Yard. Image Courtesy of BNYDC and WXY

The New York firm WXY and the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation have proposed vertical manufacturing buildings in a new Navy Yard masterplan. A series of renderings show plans for the next phase of development, including high-rise structures with 5.1 million square feet of urban industrial space. The $2.5 billion masterplan was first announced in January 2018, and as Curbed NY reports, the master plan and rezoning calls for new manufacturing buildings, increased public access, and more educational programming.

3D Cementitious Panel Designed to Protect Homes Against Natural Disasters

06:00 - 25 September, 2018
3D Cementitious Panel Designed to Protect Homes Against Natural Disasters, © Magdalena Petrova
© Magdalena Petrova

Material manufacturer Re-Structure Group has begun using a new 3D cementitious sandwich panel in the United States to help protect homes during natural disasters. As CNBC reports, the material has been widely used around the world, but is now being tested in the United States. Designed for mass production, the panels are fireproof, seismic resistant beyond any earthquake recorded in human history, and are hurricane resistant. The material is made as a sustainable and resilient building system that aims to reshape the U.S. housing market.

Janet Echelman’s Moving Sculpture Creates a “Living X-Ray” of Philadelphia

14:00 - 20 September, 2018
Janet Echelman’s Moving Sculpture Creates a “Living X-Ray” of Philadelphia, © Melvin Epps
© Melvin Epps

Artist Janet Echelman has unveiled her latest site-specific work of public art, with the activation of the first phase of “Pulse” in Philadelphia’s Dilworth Park. Pulse seeks to reshape urban space “with a monumental, fluidly moving sculpture that responds to environmental forces including wind, water, and sunlight.

A Definitive List of the Best U.S. Architecture Schools 2019

12:00 - 17 September, 2018
A Definitive List of the Best U.S. Architecture Schools 2019, via Shutterstock
via Shutterstock

Earlier this month, we published the results of DesignIntelligence’s annual ranking of U.S. architecture schools, listing the top Undergraduate and Graduate schools for 2019. Using feedback from architecture and interior design professionals, the full analysis delves deeper than a generic “Most Admired Architecture Schools” list, and instead breaks the rankings down into twelve categories, focusing on technology, design theory, and more.

Tatiana Bilbao Selected for Urban Renovation Project in St. Louis

08:00 - 7 September, 2018
Tatiana Bilbao Selected for Urban Renovation Project in St. Louis

Emily Rauh Pulitzer, curator of the St. Louis Museum of Art and Steve Trampe of Owen Development, are spearheading a plan to transform a block near St. Louis's theater and museum district in the area of Grand Center. This project, (according to a story published on a local news site in St. Louis) is "a blank palette” and "an opportunity to take an entire block and make it different.”

The 25 Largest Sports Stadiums in the World

06:00 - 4 September, 2018
The 25 Largest Sports Stadiums in the World, 1. Rungrado 1st of May Stadium / Pyongyang, North Korea. Image via Viktoria Gaman / Shutterstock.com
1. Rungrado 1st of May Stadium / Pyongyang, North Korea. Image via Viktoria Gaman / Shutterstock.com

In 776 BC, the Olympic Games of antiquity were hosted at the Olympia stadium in Peloponnese, Greece, an arena widely believed to be the world’s oldest stadium. The elongated U-shaped track and stand had a capacity of up to 45,000 people.

100 Best Wood Architecture Projects in the US

04:00 - 30 August, 2018
100 Best Wood Architecture Projects in the US, © Jeremy Bitterman
© Jeremy Bitterman

Considered one of the noblest building materials - and also a favorite of many global architects - wood delivers aesthetic, structural, and practical value in the most versatile of ways. Through different techniques, such as crafted or prefabricated wood, wooden construction remains relevant not only in the history but also in the forefront of architecture and design (thanks to new technologies that have expanded its possibilities).

Six Artistic Visons for Replacing Confederate Monuments

14:00 - 20 August, 2018
Six Artistic Visons for Replacing Confederate Monuments, Image via The New York Times. Artwork by Dread Scott; Photograph by Annie Flanagan for The New York Times
Image via The New York Times. Artwork by Dread Scott; Photograph by Annie Flanagan for The New York Times

In response to the question of how the United States should treat the monuments to Civil War Confederate figures which are dotted throughout the country, The New York Times commissioned six artists to re-imagine what could replace the controversial statues.