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Overland Architects Design 3D Printed Neighborhoods in Texas

13:00 - 12 April, 2019
Overland Architects Design 3D Printed Neighborhoods in Texas, 3D Printed Neighborhood. Image Courtesy of Overland Partners
3D Printed Neighborhood. Image Courtesy of Overland Partners

San Antonio based architecture firm Overland Partners have designed a series of proposals for new 3D printed neighborhoods in Texas. Teaming up with nonprofit, 3 Strands Neighborhoods, and ICON, a creator of printers, robotics, and advanced materials, the firm utilized the Vulcan II 3D printer to revolutionize home building. The collaboration aims to address the housing crisis in America and establish a sense of community for disadvantaged families.

Foster + Partners Completes New Cleveland Health Pavilion

05:00 - 11 April, 2019
Foster + Partners Completes New Cleveland Health Pavilion, Sheila and Eric Samson Pavilion. Image © Nigel Young, Foster + Partners
Sheila and Eric Samson Pavilion. Image © Nigel Young, Foster + Partners

Foster + Partners' new Samson Health Pavilion celebrated its opening with a dedication ceremony in Cleveland, Ohio. Designed as part of the Health Education Campus at Case Western Reserve University, the project features an overhead canopy that leads to a grand internal courtyard. The pavilion was made as an investment in the future of health education for Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic.

OMA, Morphosis and Johnston Marklee Among Finalists for New Chicago Arts Center

05:00 - 10 April, 2019
OMA, Morphosis and Johnston Marklee Among Finalists for New Chicago Arts Center, UIC Center for the Arts. Image Courtesy of Morphosis, STL & Arup
UIC Center for the Arts. Image Courtesy of Morphosis, STL & Arup

The University of Illinois at Chicago has announced the shortlist to design a new $95 million Center of the Arts for the College of Architecture, Design and the Arts. Chosen from 36 teams, the shortlist includes OMA with KOO Architects, Johnston Marklee with UrbanWorks, and Morphosis with STL Architects. The new center will include a 500-seat concert hall, a 270-seat reconfigurable theater, an exhibition hall, rehearsal spaces, and a combination cafe and jazz club. The 88,000-square-foot building will be primarily used by the UIC’s School of Theatre & Music as the new public face of UIC’s East Campus.

Los Angeles Architect Francois Perrin Passes Away

13:00 - 3 April, 2019
Los Angeles Architect Francois Perrin Passes Away, Francois Perrin. Image Courtesy of Jacqueline Booth Di Milia
Francois Perrin. Image Courtesy of Jacqueline Booth Di Milia

Los Angeles based architect and curator Francois Perrin has passed away. Perrin was diagnosed with a rare form of brain cancer in January, 2019, and passed away on April 1, 2019, in Ventura County, California. As the founder of Air Architecture, the Paris-born architect worked in Southern California while remaining professionally active in France. He is known for his creative and inventive approach to materials, and for his ability to rethink everyday life through his work.

David Adjaye's Ruby City Set to Open in San Antonio

05:00 - 3 April, 2019
David Adjaye's Ruby City Set to Open in San Antonio, Ruby City. Image © Dror Baldinger. Courtesy of Ruby City and Adjaye Associates
Ruby City. Image © Dror Baldinger. Courtesy of Ruby City and Adjaye Associates

Sir David Adjaye's Ruby City art center is set to open to the public this October in San Antonio, Texas. Home to the growing Linda Pace Foundation permanent collection, the building is designed by Adjaye Associates in collaboration with Alamo Architects. Brought to life twelve years after the building was first imagined by Linda Pace, the 14,000 square-foot art center is dedicated to providing a space for the city’s creative community works with works by both local and international artists.

Critical Round-Up: Hudson Yards

13:00 - 18 March, 2019
Critical Round-Up: Hudson Yards, Hudson Yards. Image Courtesy of Related-Oxford
Hudson Yards. Image Courtesy of Related-Oxford

New York City’s Hudson Yards has opened its doors to the public, and the reviews are flooding in. Built on Midtown Manhattan’s West Side, the project is New York’s largest development to date and the largest private real estate venture in American history, covering almost 14 acres of land with residential towers, offices, plazas, shopping centers, and restaurants. A host of architecture firms have shaped the development, including BIG, SOM, Diller Scofidio + Renfro, Rockwell Group, and many others.

New Images of Chicago's Tallest Residential Rental Tower Revealed

03:30 - 15 March, 2019
New Images of Chicago's Tallest Residential Rental Tower Revealed, NEMA Chicago. Image Courtesy of Rafael Viñoly Architects
NEMA Chicago. Image Courtesy of Rafael Viñoly Architects

Architect Rafael Viñoly has revealed new images for NEMA, a skyscraper set to become the tallest residential rental tower in Chicago. Designed to evoke the structural system of the Willis Tower, the project is sited on the southwestern edge of Grant Park. The 76-story residential tower will create 800 rental units and is designed to be LEED Silver. The new skyscraper will include expansive views of the city's skyline as it frames Lake Michigan and Grant Park.

Yona Friedman's First U.S. Public Project Comes to Miami

05:00 - 7 March, 2019
Yona Friedman's First U.S. Public Project Comes to Miami, Space-Chain Phantasy-Miami 2019 Prototype. Image Courtesy of MDD & ICA
Space-Chain Phantasy-Miami 2019 Prototype. Image Courtesy of MDD & ICA

French architect Yona Friedman has unveiled his first public project in the United States with The Institute of Contemporary Art and the Miami Design District. Dubbed Space-Chain Phantasy-Miami 2019, the work is sited inside of the Miami Design District's Paradise Plaza. Drawing from a lifetime of developing ideas that empower users and generate democratic cities, Friedman's new prototype is inspired by Miami. The work reflects on Friedman's perspective that architecture should be flexible, mobile, and adjust to the needs of its inhabitants.

Five U.S. Monuments that were Never Built

12:00 - 2 March, 2019
Five U.S. Monuments that were Never Built, Mount Rushmore National Memorial -Keystone, South Dakota. Image © CashNetUSA via NeoMam Studios
Mount Rushmore National Memorial -Keystone, South Dakota. Image © CashNetUSA via NeoMam Studios

The United States is abundant with monuments dedicated to historical figures, events, and philosophies. From Mount Rushmore to the Statue of Liberty, the symbolism behind such monuments often outweighs the expense and practicalities behind their construction.

Jean Nouvel's Man-Made Lagoon Highrise Tops Out in Miami

09:00 - 28 February, 2019
Jean Nouvel's Man-Made Lagoon Highrise Tops Out in Miami, via Z Comm
via Z Comm

Jean Nouvel’s first Miami project, Monad Terrace, has officially topped out. Designed by Ateliers Jean Nouvel in collaboration with Kobi Karp, the highrise project is situated on West Avenue in the premier South Beach district of Miami Beach, setting a new standard of building integrity and climate resilience for the city.