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13 Design Solutions to Organize your Workout at Home

As cities keep growing and daily realities quickly shift, people turn to new and ever-changing ways to maintain their well-being. While the promotion of active lifestyles has been the focus of many Planners and Architects (Pedestrian/ bike-friendly cities, parks or fitness/ sports centers) aiming to support Human comfort and health, recent times have shown that these publicly coveted facilities might not always be accessible.   

The solution is as clear as day. In fact, if you’re not engaging in it nowadays, you’re probably witnessing those around you working out from home or even offices. Workplaces have been also adapting their interior spaces, having designated areas and equipment available for those eager to take a break from work.

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Agro-Waste Design: Husks, Bagasse and Straw Transformed into Efficient Building Materials

The concept of upcycling refers to taking an item that would be considered waste and improving it in order to make it useful again, adding value and new functionality to it. This is a common word in several industries, such as fashion and furniture. In civil construction, this concept can also be incorporated, making the waste generated by the industry itself recirculate or even bringing what would be discarded from other industries to be processed and incorporated into constructions. This is the case of transforming agricultural waste into building materials, bringing a new use to discards, reducing the use of raw materials and creating products with excellent characteristics.

Dwelling Unit for Musicians / AUAR

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  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  10
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2021

The Facts about Architecture and Climate Change

The "Climate Emergency" continues to embody a renewed worldwide focus on tackling climate change. While there is no "one solution" to the multifaceted challenges brought about by this crisis, there is an onus on every citizen, in both a personal and professional capacity, to apply their skills and actions in addressing the profound pressures on the natural world.

For those involved in the design of buildings and cities, be they architects, urbanists, or citizens, there is a deep responsibility to be aware of, and design for, the impact of climate change. With 36% of global energy devoted to buildings and 8% of global emissions caused by cement alone, the architectural community is deeply entwined with the flows of materials, energy, and ideas that relate to climate change, both causes, and solutions.

Striatus Bridge / Zaha Hadid Architects + Block Research Group

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KHI House & Art Space / LASSA architects

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Methoni, Greece

Code Bothy Brick Shelter / Piercy&Company + Material Architecture Lab

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MAA Unveils New Images of Istanbul's Futuristic Supertall TV and Radio Tower

Melike Altınışık Architects - MAA has just revealed more details and interior images of Istanbul's futuristic 369 meter-tall TV and Radio Tower. Photographed by London-based architectural photography studio NAARO, the new landmark structure has started its main telecommunication functions in November 2020. It is expected to open its doors to public use in late spring 2021.

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ArchDaily’s Readers Select Who Should Win the 2021 Pritzker Prize

Since the winner(s) of the Pritzker Prize 2021 will be announced on Tuesday, March 16th, we have asked our readers who should win the most important award in the field of architecture.

Softie Interior Renovation / OPA Architects

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  • Architects: OPA Architects
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  6500 ft²
  • Professionals : FGC

Block West Pavilion / Automated Architecture (AUAR) Labs

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Rain Amplifier Installation / Matthijs la Roi Architects

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OBF Residence / NAME architecture

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IV Castel Lane Apartments / NAME architecture

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Tallinn Architecture Biennale Postponed until 2022

Next year’s Tallinn Architecture Biennale (TAB) has been postponed until 2022. Announced by the Estonian Centre for Architecture, the 6th edition has been adjourned “due to the postponement of the Venice Architecture Biennale as well as the uncertain times that international cultural events are facing because of the coronavirus outbreak”.

TAB 2017 Curatorial Exhibition. Image © NAAROTAB 2019 "Beauty Matters", Head Curator Yael Reisner. Image © Tõnu TunnelTAB 2019 "Beauty Matters", Head Curator Yael Reisner. Image © Tõnu TunnelCourtesy of Estonian Centre for Architecture+ 6

Concert Hall Blaibach / peter haimerl.architektur

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Light Falls House / FLOW Architecture + Magrits

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