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Lassonde Studios at the University of Utah / Arup + EDA Architects + Yazdani Studio of CannonDesign

01:00 - 11 October, 2014
Lassonde Studios at the University of Utah / Arup + EDA Architects + Yazdani Studio of CannonDesign, Exterior. Image Courtesy of Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute
Exterior. Image Courtesy of Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute

A collaboration of EDA Architects, Yazdani Studio of Cannon Design, and Arup, the University of Utah's newest project for the Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute - "Lassonde Studios" - has broke ground. Slated as a space to live, work, and create, the building supports the mission to make the Lassonde Institute an international destination for student entrepreneurs, innovators and “makers.” The Studios will open for students in fall of 2016.

Exterior. Image Courtesy of Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute Exterior. Image Courtesy of Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute "Garage". Image Courtesy of Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute "Pod suite". Image Courtesy of Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute + 9

Ashgabat Olympic Complex Proposal / Arup

01:00 - 28 March, 2013
Ashgabat Olympic Complex Proposal / Arup, © Polimeks
© Polimeks

Developed by Arup and built to international sports federation standards, the Ashgabat Olympic Complex in the heart of Turkmenistan will be one of the largest building projects on which Arup has delivered the ‘total’ design and includes 750,000 square meters of sports and social buildings. Having just signed the contract for phase two of the project, which will add an aquatics center, indoor athletics arena, and a tennis center, the venues also include a velodrome, training halls, hotels, offices, a medical center and media facilities. More images and their description after the break.

Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2002 / Toyo Ito + Cecil Balmond + Arup

01:00 - 18 March, 2013
© Sylvain Deleu
© Sylvain Deleu

Toyo Ito, recipient of the Pritzker Prize 2013, along with Cecil Balmond and Arup were in charge of the design of the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion back in 2002. What appeared to be an extremely complex random pattern was in fact derived from an algorithm of a cube that expanded as it rotated. The intersecting lines formed different triangles and trapezoids, whose transparency and translucency gave a sense of infinitely repeated motion.

You can see more images of the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2002 after the break. And don't forget to check ArchDaily's exclusive coverage of the 2013 Pritzker Prize.