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Panorama – Airtime Bridge Building / Marc Mimram

01:00 - 12 July, 2019
Panorama – Airtime Bridge Building  / Marc Mimram, © Erieta Attali
© Erieta Attali

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  • Architects

  • Location

    75013 Paris, France
  • Category

  • Design Team

    Guillaume André, Emilie Ballu, Maxime Lefranc, Jacques Durst, Denis Muet, Sergio Pauletto; Léopold Fauconnet
  • Area

    16100.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2018
  • Photographs

21 Projects Where Kengo Kuma (Re)Uses Materials in Unusual Ways

04:00 - 30 May, 2019
21 Projects Where Kengo Kuma (Re)Uses Materials in Unusual Ways, Mont-Blanc Base Camp / Kengo Kuma & Associates. Image Courtesy of Kengo Kuma and Associates
Mont-Blanc Base Camp / Kengo Kuma & Associates. Image Courtesy of Kengo Kuma and Associates

Kengo Kuma uses materials to connect with the local context and the users of his projects. The textures and elementary forms of constructive systems, materials, and products, are exhibited and used in favor of the architectural concept, giving value to the functions that will be carried out in each building.

From showcases made with ceramic tiles to the sifted light created by expanded metal panels, passing through an ethereal polyester coating, Kuma understands the material as an essential component that can make a difference in architecture from the design stages. Next, we present 21 projects where Kengo Kuma masterfully uses construction materials.

V&A Dundee / Kengo Kuma and Associates. Image © Hufton+Crow Camper Paseo de Gracia / Kengo Kuma & Associates. Image © ImagenSubliminal GC Prostho Museum Research Center / Kengo Kuma & Associates. Image © Daici Ano Archives Antoni Clavé / Kengo Kuma & Associates. Image © 11h45 + 44

Simonne-Mathieu Tennis Court at Roland Garros / Marc Mimram

17:00 - 28 May, 2019
© Erieta Attali
© Erieta Attali

© Erieta Attali © Erieta Attali © Erieta Attali © Erieta Attali + 23

  • Architects

  • Location

    Jardin des Serres d’auteuil, 3 Avenue de la Porte d'Auteuil, 75016 Paris, France
  • Category

  • Lead Architects

    Marc Mimram Architecture & Associés
  • Design Team

    Martin Fougeras Lavergnolle, Francis Jacquiod, Jacques Durst
  • Area

    5300.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2018
  • Photographs

Foster + Partners to Create Proposal for New Notre Dame Spire

13:00 - 23 April, 2019
Foster + Partners to Create Proposal for New Notre Dame Spire, Notre Dame. Image © Flickr user kosalabandara licensed under CC BY 2.0
Notre Dame. Image © Flickr user kosalabandara licensed under CC BY 2.0

Foster + Partners have joined a series of design offices that will enter the international competition to design a replacement spire for Notre Dame Cathedral. As reported by The Times, Foster has said that the new addition can be focused around "light" for the cathedral’s ruined roof. After the fire partially destroyed the iconic cathedral, France now aims to move forward with plans to renovate the iconic structure.

Wood/Pile / Kengo Kuma & Associates

06:00 - 19 April, 2019
Wood/Pile / Kengo Kuma & Associates, © Erieta Attali
© Erieta Attali

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France Announces Competition to Redesign the Spire of Notre Dame

12:20 - 17 April, 2019
France Announces Competition to Redesign the Spire of Notre Dame, Notre Dame fire. Image © Francois Guillot / AFP
Notre Dame fire. Image © Francois Guillot / AFP

The prime minister of France has announced an international architectural competition to redesign the roofline of Notre Dame Cathedral after this week's devastating fire. Prime minister Édouard Philippe made the announcement following a special Cabinet held by French President Emmanuel Macron on the reconstruction of cathedral. Philippe said the competition would give the cathedral “a spire suited to the techniques and challenges of our time”. So far, close to one billion dollars have been pledged to rebuild Notre Dame.

Why the Notre-Dame Cathedral Fire was So Difficult to Tackle

11:00 - 16 April, 2019
© Erieta Attali
© Erieta Attali

For almost a millennium, Notre-Dame Cathedral has stood proudly on Paris’ central Île de la Cité, a symbol of the city’s history, culture, and romanticism. On Monday, April 15th, 2019, thousands who lined the banks of the Seine and millions more across the world watched on in a mixture of disbelief, heartbreak, and helplessness as the Gothic masterpiece burned before their eyes.

The fire has fortunately not claimed any lives but has robbed the landmark of its 19th-century spire, roof, and potentially priceless stained glass windows and interior ornamentation and artwork. At the time of writing, it appears that the main structure of Notre-Dame Cathedral has been saved and preserved, owed to the efforts of 500 firefighters deployed to the disaster.

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The Notre-Dame Cathedral Fire: What Happened, and What Happens Next?

09:00 - 16 April, 2019
© Erieta Attali
© Erieta Attali

One day after the fire that partially destroyed the iconic Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris, we are left to look back at the night of unfolding devastation, and forward at plans to renovate and restore the structure back to its former glory. The 856-year-old structure, which has survived riots, wars, and revolutions, sustained major damage as fire destroyed its central spire, 66% of its roof, and parts of its vaulted interior. Despite the alarming images and videos of the Gothic masterpiece ablaze, it appears that the main structure, and much of the interior, has escaped destruction.

While a full investigation into the cause of the fire will likely take some time, new details continue to emerge on the course of the blaze, and initiatives from the public and private sector to fund the cathedral’s restoration. Below, we recap the timeline that unfolded on the evening of April 15th, before detailing the plans to recover a building emblematic of the history of its city and country.

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10 Bathrooms To Match Your Favorite Bathbomb

12:00 - 16 December, 2018
© Peter Clarke
© Peter Clarke

With the right configuration of materials and shapes, small enclosure, such as bathrooms, have unending design potential. Progressively, architects and designers are striving to make washrooms more welcoming and attractive places for its users. Often times we will hear clients ask for their bathroom to be somewhat of a personal spa. This week we have compiled 10 compelling images of bathrooms from all over the world. Bathrooms whose materials, patterns, colors, shapes, and textures begin to tell a story. Below, photographs by Peter Clarke, José Hevia, and Erieta Attali.

© Justin Alexander © Erieta Attali © Photographix © Ralph Feiner + 12

APS / ARP - Architecture Research Practice

04:00 - 5 December, 2018
APS / ARP - Architecture Research Practice, © Ed Reeve
© Ed Reeve

© Ed Reeve © Erieta Attali © Ed Reeve © Ed Reeve + 33

Natural Light and Ventilation: 17 Remarkable Courtyards

12:00 - 11 November, 2018
Natural Light and Ventilation: 17 Remarkable Courtyards, © Quang Dam
© Quang Dam

© Yoon Joonhwan © Erieta Attali © Nguyen Tien Thanh © Pablo Blanco + 17

This week we present a selection of 17 excellent images of interior courtyards. These spaces bring many advantages to a design such as increased natural light and improved ventilation conditions, while providing occupants with direct access to the outside and to nature. Below is a selection of images from prominent photographers such as Quang Dam, Fran Parente, and Pablo Blanco.

Erieta Attali's Poetic Archaeology of Light Shows Architecture in Extreme Terrains

01:30 - 6 November, 2018
Erieta Attali's Poetic Archaeology of Light Shows Architecture in Extreme Terrains, Kengo Kuma & Associate / Garden Terrace, Miyazaki, Japan. Image © Erieta Attali
Kengo Kuma & Associate / Garden Terrace, Miyazaki, Japan. Image © Erieta Attali

Erieta Attali has devoted two decades to exploring the relationship between architecture and the landscape at the edges of the world. Attali’s photography interrogates how extreme conditions and demanding terrains provoke humankind to re-orient and center itself through architectural responses. Her unrelenting and highly physical expedition has seen her traverse four continents, working in isolated and remote terrains from Iceland to the Indian Ocean.

House for a Horse Breeder / Diego Baraona

12:00 - 2 October, 2018
House for a Horse Breeder / Diego Baraona, © Erieta Attali
© Erieta Attali

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The 9 Bars That Every Architect Needs to Visit

06:00 - 3 August, 2018
The 9 Bars That Every Architect Needs to Visit, The cafe and bar at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery in London / Zaha Hadid Architects. . Image © Luke Hayes
The cafe and bar at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery in London / Zaha Hadid Architects. . Image © Luke Hayes

When you think of your favorite spot to grab a beer, what architectural features come to mind? Is it the swanky furniture, themed artwork, or the heavily designed cocktail menu? Today, the aesthetics of bars are now as much a draw as the drinks themselves. From movie set inspired spaces to rooftops that offer spectacular city views, we’ve compiled a list of nine bars and beer gardens that every architect needs to cross off their list.

Centre for Plasma Physics and Lasers / Sparch Sakellaridou - Papanikolaou Architects

02:00 - 24 February, 2018
Centre for Plasma Physics and Lasers / Sparch Sakellaridou - Papanikolaou Architects, © Erieta Attali
© Erieta Attali

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12 Women in Architecture Photography (Part 2)

08:00 - 20 February, 2018
12 Women in Architecture Photography (Part 2), © Ema Peter
© Ema Peter

Is there an aspect, a recurring mark, that reveals a difference in the way that male and female architecture photographers see the world? This is, perhaps, one of those rhetorical questions often used as an argument to shed light on works produced by women and for which there is no precise answer.

Without claiming to offer an answer to this question—and in order to follow up on our first article that showcased a selection of women in architecture photography—we present here a new compilation of professionals who deserve attention for the quality of their photographic work. See our list below:

Stunning Images of Stone Architecture, Take II: The Best Photos of the Week

12:00 - 19 November, 2017
© César Bejar
© César Bejar

The use of stone is gaining popularity more and more in architectural design. Though it is an ancient construction technique, these days the texture that stone offers to spaces is having an undeniable impact on the many architects incorporating the material into their projects. For this reason, this week we present a second installment of stunning images of stone architecture, including 15 amazing images of this construction system by renowned photographers such as Hannes Henz, César Bejar, and Erieta Attali.

© César Bejar © Soraia Oliveira © Relja Ivanic © Randhir Singh + 16