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New York's Interiors: Apartments, Penthouses and Lofts in the Big Apple

15 Union Square West / ODA Architecture + Perkins Eastman Architects. Image © Robert Granoff 15 Renwick / ODA New York. Image © Frank Oudeman 12th Street, Loft / Neil Logan Architect. Image © Dean Kaufman Tribeca Loft / Andrew Franz Architect. Image © Albert Vecerka/Esto + 63

One of the most important cities in the world –and the most populated in the United States of America–, New York is home to a great mix of cultures and history that has been shaped over the years, while art and architecture play a fundamental role in this development.

Who Has Won the Pritzker Prize?

The Pritzker Prize is the most important award in the field of architecture, awarded to a living architect whose built work "has produced consistent and significant contributions to humanity through the art of architecture." The Prize rewards individuals, not entire offices, as took place in 2000 (when the jury selected Rem Koolhaas instead of his firm OMA) or in 2016 (with Alejandro Aravena selected instead of Elemental); however, the prize can also be awarded to multiple individuals working together, as took place in 2001 (Herzog & de Meuron), 2010 (Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa of SANAA), and 2017 (Rafael Aranda, Carme Pigem, and Ramon Vilalta of RCR Arquitectes).

40 Impressive Details Using Concrete

Due to its ability to mold and create different shapes, concrete is one of architecture's most popular materials. While one of its most common uses is as a humble foundation, its plasticity means that it is also used in almost all types of construction, from housing to museums, presenting a variety of details of work that deserves special attention.

Check out this collection of 40 projects that highlight the use of concrete. Impressive! 

MoMA PS1's Young Architects Program Placed on Hiatus

MoMA PS1 has announced that the Young Architects Program will be placed on a one-year hiatus. MoMA PS1, formerly P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, is one of the oldest and largest nonprofit arts centers in the United States devoted to contemporary art. The Young Architects Program founded by MoMA and MoMA PS1 was made to offer emerging architectural talent the opportunity to design a temporary, outdoor installation in New York.

MoMA PS1 Installation. Image © Kris Graves MoMA PS1 Installation. Image © Miguel de Guzmán MoMA PS1 Installation. Image © Pablo Enriquez MoMA PS1 Installation. Image Courtesy of MoMA PS1 + 8

Which Are The Most Used Materials in Social Housing?

Choice of building materials and the inherent continuous reflection about the reach and capabilities of architecture are an interesting alternative way to approach this issue. The materials used in social housing should address local and economic possibilities and the real needs for access to housing in the contemporary context.

In this article, we analyze different projects published on our site to identify some of the predominant materials used in social housing, both for the formation of structures or enclosures. The intentions of this are two-fold: firstly, to create a worldwide panorama of different case studies with different construction styles from a range of geographical locations, and secondly, to provide inspiration and tools to architects to make better social housing.

Below we present 15 social housing projects and their diverse materials and construction styles.

Cultural Center La Gota - Tobacco Museum / Losada García

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Navalmoral de la Mata, Spain

House of Would / Elii

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Pedrezuela, Spain
  • Architects: elii
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  210
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2011

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House in Madrid / DL+A De Lapuerta Campo arquitectos asociados

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Madrid, Spain

Architecture City Guide: 20 Places Every Architect Should Visit in Madrid

Madrid is unfathomable. If the city itself is immense, it´s examples of interesting architecture are overwhelming. For over a half a century, Madrid has been an experimental laboratory for modern and contemporary architecture in Spain. With numerous examples of innovative and experimental architecture, as well as many failures, few of which are valued and recognized. This selection seeks to show archetypal examples of architecture that have transcended time; it does not intend to be an exhaustive list of the city´s architectural works. Many will think that the list lacks important buildings and personally, I couldn´t agree more. That is perhaps the beauty of Madrid: there is a diversity of opinion, there are thousands of sites to see, the city surprises you with every step you take.

Poblado Dirigido de Caño Roto Zarzuela Hippodrome. Image © Ana Amado Ciudad BBVA. Image © Joel Filipe Primer Puente impreso en 3D del mundo. Image Cortesía de IAAC + 21

2222 Jackson / ODA New York

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  • Architects: ODA New York
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  168000 ft²
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2016

160 East 22nd Street / S9 Architecture

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New York, United States
  • Architects: S9 Architecture
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  116000 ft²
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2014

14 Shades of Red: Projects to Fall in Love With on Valentine's Day

Happy Valentine's Day!

We've affectionately rounded up 14 projects that use the power of the color most associated to love, passion, joy, sexuality and intensity: red

The Architectural League Announces Emerging Voices of 2017

Each year, The Architectural League of New York awards its prestigious Emerging Voices award to eight practices across the United States, Canada, and Mexico, whose work “represents the best of its kind, and addresses larger issues within architecture, landscape, and the built environment."

This is Emerging Voices' 35th year running, with the competition organized by League Program Director Anne Rieselbach and reviewed by an esteemed jury.

"The 2017 Voices personify the versatility of contemporary practice. Many firms take on multiple roles of designer, developer, and/or builder to address pressing issues in housing, institutional design, and the public realm. They embrace material experimentation, challenging sites, and an economy of means within budgetary constraints to create exemplary architecture," said Rieselbach.

This year’s recipients are…

La Tellera / Frida Escobedo. Image © Rafael Gamo Whistler Cabin / Scott and Scott Architects. Image © Scott and Scott Architects MA House / Cadaval & Solà-Morales. Image © Sandra Pereznieto Treehouse / LEVER Architecture. Image © Lara Swimmer + 9

Jolimont / Nomos

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Genève, Switzerland
  • Architects: Nomos
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  1800
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2015

2016 Kiesler Architecture and Art Prize Awarded to Andrés Jaque

Spanish, New York-based architect Andrés Jaque (Office for Political Innovation) has been awarded the 10th Kiesler Architecture and Art Prize by the Mayor of Vienna, citing Jaque’s "capacity to go beyond assumptions about traditional practice and urban life." In 2015 Jaque was declared the MoMA PS1 YAP (Young Architects Programme) winner for COSMO – a complex, and beautiful, water purifying prototype that has been installed in Brooklyn. He and his office are also collaborating with Mark Wigley and Beatriz Colomina on the design for the upcoming Istanbul Design Biennial, Are We Human?

Cultural Center 'El Soto' Renovation / José María de Lapuerta + Paloma Campo

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Móstoles, Spain
  • Architects: José María de Lapuerta, Paloma Campo
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  1800
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2015

TMOLO House / PYO arquitectos

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Parrés, Spain
  • Architects: PYO arquitectos
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  414
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2015

Industrial Tribeca / Studio Esnal

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  • Architects: Studio Esnal
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  120
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2015