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Hiroshi Sambuichi Wins 2018 Daylight Award for His "Timeless, Fluid" Treatment of Light

Hiroshi Sambuichi's approach to a site entails long-term study and reflection upon the qualities and forces of nature embedded within. His understanding is “deeper and with a finer grain,” explains American architect and member of The Daylight Award jury James Carpenter as one of several reasons why Sambuichi was recently announced as the latest laureate of the nearly 50-year-old Daylight Award in 2018. In Sambuichi's hands, “light becomes timeless, fluid and rich.”

Naoshima Hall. Image © Shigeo Ogawa Rokko Observatory. Image © Sambuichi Architects Miyajima Misen Observatory. Image © Sambuichi Architects Inujima Seirensho Art Museum. Image © Daici Ano + 12

Hammershus Visitor Center / Arkitema Architects

Arkitema Architects/Christoffer Harlang. Image © Jens Markus Lindhe Arkitema Architects/Christoffer Harlang. Image © Jens Markus Lindhe Arkitema Architects/Christoffer Harlang. Image © Jens Markus Lindhe Arkitema Architects/Christoffer Harlang. Image © Jens Markus Lindhe + 36

Our Favorite Nordic Photographers: The Best Photos of The Week

Often informed by its harsh climate and stunning landscapes, Nordic design, specifically architecture, has a unique relationship with nature. Photographers of Nordic architecture have benefitted from studying this close connection in their photos that experiment with capturing light, innovative materials, and landscape to create a compelling composition. Below is a selection of images of both public and private architecture by prominent photographers such as Pasi Aalto, Bert Leandersson, Mika Huisman and Åke E: Lindman.

© Åke E:son Lindman © Pasi Aalto © Åke E:son Lindman © Rasmus Hjortshøj + 8

Bruksgården / Petra Gipp Arkitektur

© Jens Markus Lindhe © Jens Markus Lindhe © Jens Markus Lindhe © Jens Markus Lindhe + 18

Höganäs, Sweden
  • Architects: Petra Gipp Arkitektur ; Landscape architects: Ulf Nordfjell
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  1700
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2016

How Danish Architects Connect with Users to Provide Them With the Best Architecture Possible

The Architecture Project recently invited us to visit the city of Aarhus, Denmark as part of a press tour related to health and architecture (Better Health Press Tour 2015), with the aim of seeing the latest "healing" projects that are arising in the city.

Overshadowed for years by Copenhagen, Aarhus is a port city that seeks to reinvent itself and shine once again -- and it is succeeding. The pleasant surprise is that it is the architects who have driven this change. Architecture has invaded all of the city's spaces, from the forgotten industrial port to the downtown areas full of historical buildings.

This visit has taught us some important lessons: "healing architecture" isn't only about hospital projects, but rather about encouraging people, about creating friendly spaces to live and coexist, and about getting as connected as possible with users to give them what they really need. 

Check out some of the strategies used to achieve these goals after the break. 

Create with Aarhus, Schulbau Fair in Hamburg. Image Courtesy of The Architecture Project Create with Aarhus, Schulbau Fair in Hamburg. Image Courtesy of The Architecture Project Create with Aarhus, in Aarhus. Opening of the exposition in Dokk1. Image Courtesy of The Architecture Project Create with Aarhus, in Hamburg. Image Courtesy of The Architecture Project + 40

Musholm extension / AART Architects

© Jens Markus Lindhe © Jens Markus Lindhe © Jens Markus Lindhe © Kirstine Mengel + 20

Korsør, Denmark
  • Architects: AART Architects
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  3200
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2015

11 Tips You Need To Know Before Building A Shipping Container Home

Refugio en Huentelauquén / Pablo Errázuriz. Image © Pablo Errázuriz
Refugio en Huentelauquén / Pablo Errázuriz. Image © Pablo Errázuriz

One of the more niche trends in sustainable design of the past few years has been the re-use of shipping containers in order to create the structure of a building. Due to their convenient size, shipping containers are well-suited for use in houses and their appeal lies in their apparent simplicity: you get a room delivered in one piece, and you can stack them together to make multiple rooms or join them up to make larger rooms.

But of course, things are never so simple, and using shipping containers to make a house is still fraught with challenges - particularly as the idea is still relatively new, so there are few people with the expertise required to build one without a hitch. That's why the folks over at Container Home Plans reached out to 23 experts from around the world - designers and owners who have overcome the challenges to build their own container houses - to ask them what they wish they'd known before taking on this challenge. Check out their 11 top tips after the break.

Shipping Container House / Studio H:T. Image © Braden Gunem Manifesto House / James & Mau, for Infiniski. Image © Antonio Corcuera Containers of Hope / Benjamin Garcia Saxe Architecture. Image © Andres Garcia Lachner Incubo House / María José Trejos. Image © Sergio Pucci + 9

WFH House / Arcgency

© Jens Markus Lindhe © Jens Markus Lindhe © Jens Markus Lindhe © Jens Markus Lindhe + 21

  • Architects: Arcgency
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  180
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2012

Skanderborggade Day Care Centre / Dorte Mandrup

Skanderborggade Day Care Centre / Dorte Mandrup Skanderborggade Day Care Centre / Dorte Mandrup Skanderborggade Day Care Centre / Dorte Mandrup Skanderborggade Day Care Centre / Dorte Mandrup + 22

Copenhagen, Denmark

Jaegersborg Water tower / Dorte Mandrup

Jaegersborg Water tower / Dorte Mandrup Jaegersborg Water tower / Dorte Mandrup Jaegersborg Water tower / Dorte Mandrup Jaegersborg Water tower / Dorte Mandrup + 32

Copenhagen, Denmark

Day Care Centre / Dorte Mandrup

Day Care Centre / Dorte Mandrup Day Care Centre / Dorte Mandrup Day Care Centre / Dorte Mandrup Day Care Centre / Dorte Mandrup + 21

Copenhagen, Denmark