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AIA Announces Winners of 2018 Housing Awards

16:00 - 26 May, 2018
Underhill; Matinecock, New York | Bates Masi + Architects. Image © Michael Moran
Underhill; Matinecock, New York | Bates Masi + Architects. Image © Michael Moran

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) announced the winners of their 18th annual Housing Awards, which recognize the best in housing design for new constructions, restorations, and renovations. This year the five-person jury selected eleven projects to receive awards in four categories: one- and two-family custom residences; one- and two-family production homes; multifamily housing; and specialized housing.

The Bear Stand; Gooderham, Ontario, Canada | Bohlin Cywinski Jackson. Image © Nic Lehoux 150 Charles; New York City | COOKFOX Architects, DPC and Alan Wanzenberg Architect & Design. Image © Bilyana Dimitrova South 5th Residence; Austin, Texas | alterstudio architecture. Image © Casey Dunn Mariposa1038; Los Angeles | Lorcan O'Herlihy Architects . Image © Paul Vu + 65

Anaha / Solomon Cordwell Buenz

15:00 - 26 April, 2018
Anaha / Solomon Cordwell Buenz, © Nic Lehoux
© Nic Lehoux

© Nic Lehoux © Nic Lehoux © Nic Lehoux © Nic Lehoux + 18

  • Architects

  • Location

    Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
  • Architect in Charge

    Solomon Cordwell Buenz
  • Landscape Architects

  • Other participants

    Benjamin Woo Architects
  • Green Wall Manufacturer

    Green Living Technologies
  • Subcontractor

    1st Look Exteriors
  • Project Year

    2018
  • Photographs

AIA Announces Winners of 2018 Education Design Facility Awards

08:00 - 26 April, 2018
AIA Announces Winners of 2018 Education Design Facility Awards, © Scott Norsworthy
© Scott Norsworthy

The American Institute of Architects Committee on Architecture for Education has announced the winners of this year’s Education Facility Design Awards. The eight winners and two merit honors were awarded this year’s best educational facilities that not only demonstrate excellence in contemporary architectural design but also further education in innovative ways and serve as an inspirational learning space. This year’s projects are designed for students of all ages, from childhood facilities to higher education buildings.

“Education continues to evolve, and the projects from this year’s Education Facility Design Awards program—presented by the AIA and the Committee on Architecture for Education—represent the state-of-the-art learning environments being developed in today's learning spaces. These projects showcase innovation across the entire learning continuum, displaying how architects are creating cutting-edge spaces that enhance modern pedagogy.”

Read more about the winners below.

© Hank Mardukas Photography © Bruce Damonte © Tom Arban © Lara Swimmer + 50

Grasshopper Studio and Courtyard / Wittman Estes

15:00 - 12 April, 2018
Grasshopper Studio and Courtyard / Wittman Estes, © Nic Lehoux
© Nic Lehoux

© Nic Lehoux © Nic Lehoux © Nic Lehoux © Nic Lehoux + 18

  • Architects

  • Location

    Seattle, United States
  • Architects in charge

    Matt Wittman, Jody Estes
  • Construction

    Greg Winger Construction, Western Sound Concrete Works
  • Project Year

    2018
  • Photographs

Kellogg School of Management / KPMB Architects

14:00 - 27 February, 2018
© Bruce Damonte
© Bruce Damonte

© Nic Lehoux © Bruce Damonte © Nic Lehoux © Nic Lehoux + 17

  • Architects

  • Location

    Evanston, IL, United States
  • Lead Architects

    Bruce Kuwabara (design partner), Marianne McKenna (partner-in-charge)
  • Principal

    Luigi LaRocca
  • Associate

    Kevin Thomas, John Peterson, Carolyn Lee
  • Design Team

    Graham Baxter, Camille Mitchell, Andrew Hill, Rob McKaye, Victor Garzon, Ramon Janer, Vaughn Miller, Rita Kiriakis, Mohammed Soroor, Teddy Benedicto, Jennifer Davis, Jonathan Enns, Jacki Chapel, Jessica Juvet
  • Area

    415000.0 ft2
  • Project Year

    2017
  • Photographs

Bjarke Ingels: "No Matter How Wonderful a Building Is, If There Is No Client, It Doesn't Get Built"

08:00 - 2 February, 2018
Bjarke Ingels: "No Matter How Wonderful a Building Is, If There Is No Client, It Doesn't Get Built", Bjarke Ingels en la pasada edición del Congreso Internacional de Arte, Arquitectura y Diseño UDESIGN 2017. Image Cortesía de UDEM
Bjarke Ingels en la pasada edición del Congreso Internacional de Arte, Arquitectura y Diseño UDESIGN 2017. Image Cortesía de UDEM

In just 13 years since its inception, Danish firm BIG has earned world renown for its inventive architecture and its founder, Bjarke Ingels, has become one of the most popular names in the architectural world. However, with success comes criticism; BIG has been called out by some critics for what they believe is the "infantilization of architecture," referring to their designs as isolated, self-admiring and solely photogenic.

On her most recent visit to Spain, Spanish journalist Anatxu Zabalbeascoa spoke with Ingels about the impact of the Danish office on architecture and how their work wavers on a tightrope between "breakthrough projects for the world of the powerful" and "a face for people who are not happy with existing architectural models."

What Does it Take to Design a Super Bowl Stadium?

09:30 - 1 February, 2018
© Nic Lehoux
© Nic Lehoux

On the 4th of February, Minneapolis will host the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles for the 52nd Super Bowl. With over 100 million people expected to watch the game this Sunday, all eyes will be on the city of Minneapolis—a city known for not allowing the harsh climate get in the way of their celebrations—and the brand new US Bank Stadium, where a huge permanent roof will ensure that, come rain, shine, or snow, Minneapolitans will have a space to gather and enjoy themselves.

HKS Architects took on the challenge of designing the stadium to replace the Minnesota Viking’s previous home, the Metrodome, which was known as "Minneapolis’s living room" for the strong relationship it had with the population as both a civic hub and a stadium. Unlike past stadiums the Dallas-based architects have designed, the US Bank Stadium required a different outlook, with a focus on designing a catalyst for public infrastructure and a communal space that provokes interaction with the community. So how did they achieve a structure that can both host the Super Bowl yet remain a prominent part of the city for years to come? We spoke to the lead architect on the US Bank Stadium, Lance Evans, about how to design and construct the centerpiece for one of the biggest sports events of the year.

© Nic Lehoux © Nic Lehoux © Nic Lehoux © Nic Lehoux + 59

Spotlight: Thom Mayne

08:00 - 19 January, 2018
Spotlight: Thom Mayne, Emerson College Los Angeles. Image © Iwan Baan
Emerson College Los Angeles. Image © Iwan Baan

The principal architect of LA firm MorphosisThom Mayne (born January 19, 1944) was the recipient of the 2005 Pritzker Prize and the 2013 AIA Gold Medal, and is known for his experimental architectural forms, often applying them to significant institutional buildings such as the New York's Cooper Union building, the Emerson College in Los Angeles and the Caltrans District 7 Headquarters.

Emerson College Los Angeles. Image © Iwan Baan Perot Museum. Image © Iwan Baan Cooper Union Building. Image © Iwan Baan Bill & Melinda Gates Hall. Image © Roland Halbe + 16

The 50 Most Popular Architecture Photographs of 2017

12:00 - 7 January, 2018
The 50 Most Popular Architecture Photographs of 2017, © Shu He
© Shu He

At ArchDaily, we're lucky enough to know a fantastic network of architecture professionals, allowing us to share the world's best architecture with our audience. But our articles wouldn't be the same without the many photographers who dedicate themselves to making incredible, inspiring images. For that reason, here we present the 50 most popular architecture images of 2017.

Marquez Hall at Colorado School of Mines / Bohlin Cywinski Jackson + Anderson Mason Dale Architects

11:00 - 29 November, 2017
Marquez Hall at Colorado School of Mines / Bohlin Cywinski Jackson + Anderson Mason Dale Architects, © Nic Lehoux
© Nic Lehoux

© Nic Lehoux © Nic Lehoux © Nic Lehoux © Nic Lehoux + 21

Diller Scofidio + Renfro Named WSJ's 2017 Architectural Innovator of the Year

16:01 - 2 November, 2017
Diller Scofidio + Renfro Named WSJ's 2017 Architectural Innovator of the Year, The Juilliard School, New York City. Image © Iwan Baan
The Juilliard School, New York City. Image © Iwan Baan

The Wall Street Journal has selected New York-based firm Diller Scofidio + Renfro as their 2017 “Architecture Innovator of the Year.”

Led by partners Liz Diller, Ricardo Scofidio, Charles Renfro and Benjamin Gilmartin, over the past decade the firm has quickly grown from a largely conceptual practice focused on installations, performance and unbuilt works to a full-fledged, international office with completed and in-progress projects around the globe.

Twitter Skybridge / Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

17:00 - 1 November, 2017
Twitter Skybridge / Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, © Nic Lehoux
© Nic Lehoux

© Nic Lehoux © Nic Lehoux © Nic Lehoux © Nic Lehoux + 10

Wine Country Farmhouse / Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

09:05 - 2 October, 2017
Wine Country Farmhouse / Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, © Nic Lehoux
© Nic Lehoux

© Matthew Millman © Nic Lehoux © Nic Lehoux © Matthew Millman + 22

Spotlight: Bjarke Ingels

07:30 - 2 October, 2017
Spotlight: Bjarke Ingels, 2016 Serpentine Pavilion. Image © Iwan Baan
2016 Serpentine Pavilion. Image © Iwan Baan

Danish architect Bjarke Ingels (born 2 October 1974) is often cited as one of the most inspirational architects of our time. At an age when many architects are just beginning to establish themselves in professional practice, Ingels has already won numerous competitions and achieved a level of critical acclaim (and fame) that is rare for new names in the industry. His work embodies a rare optimism that is simultaneously playful, practical, and immediately accessible.

Denmark Pavilion, Shanghai Expo 2010. Image © Iwan Baan VM Houses / BIG + JDS. Image Courtesy of BIG Danish National Maritime Museum. Image © Rasmus Hjortshõj 2016 Serpentine Pavilion. Image © Iwan Baan + 23

Spotlight: Renzo Piano

06:00 - 14 September, 2017
Spotlight: Renzo Piano, The Whitney Museum. Image © Nic Lehoux
The Whitney Museum. Image © Nic Lehoux

Architecture is art, but art vastly contaminated by many other things. Contaminated in the best sense of the word—fed, fertilized by many things.
– Renzo Piano

Italian architect Renzo Piano (born 14 September 1937) is known for his delicate and refined approach to building, deployed in museums and other buildings around the world. Awarded the Pritzker Prize in 1998, the Pritzker Jury compared him to Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, and Brunelleschi, highlighting "his intellectual curiosity and problem-solving techniques as broad and far ranging as those earlier masters of his native land."

Pathé Foundation. Image © Michel Denancé Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Image © Nic Lehoux Harvard Art Museums Renovation and Expansion. Image © Nic Lehoux Menil Collection. Image © D Jules Gianakos + 24

World Photo Day 2017: Our Readers’ 100 Most-Bookmarked Architectural Photographs

08:00 - 19 August, 2017

This August 19th is World Photo Day, which celebrates photography on the anniversary of the day on which France bought the patent for the daguerreotype, one of the earliest photographic processes, and released it to the world for free in 1839. At ArchDaily, we understand the importance of photography in architecture—not only as a tool for recording designs, but also as a discipline that many of us enjoy. To celebrate the occasion, we decided to reveal the most popular images ever published on ArchDaily, as selected by you, our readers. Using data gathered from My ArchDaily, we have ranked the 100 most-saved images from our database; read on to see them.

Mountain Lake Park Playground / Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

20:00 - 25 July, 2017
Mountain Lake Park Playground / Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, © Nic Lehoux
© Nic Lehoux

© Nic Lehoux © Nic Lehoux © Nic Lehoux © Nic Lehoux + 17

  • Architects

  • Location

    San Francisco, California, United States
  • Principal

    Gregory Mottola, FAIA
  • Project Manager

    Aaron Gomez, AIA
  • Area

    22000.0 ft2
  • Project Year

    2017
  • Photographs

Kai-Uwe Bergmann on How BIG is Changing to Keep Up with Their Meteoric Growth

16:30 - 27 June, 2017
VIΛ 57 West, New York City. Image © Nic Lehoux
VIΛ 57 West, New York City. Image © Nic Lehoux

BIG is getting even bigger.

The firm’s ever expanding project load – since just last fall, 6 projects have been completed with 7 more under construction – has prompted some major changes and expansions, including the establishment of an in-house engineering department in March and the continued development of the think tank research group, BIG IDEAS.

In this profile for Building Design in Construction Network, BIG Managing Partner and Head of Global Business Development Kai-Uwe Bergmann discusses the upcoming move of the firm’s New York office into their new 52,000-square-foot offices in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Dumbo – a space more than double their current location in lower Manhattan – and the shifting role of the practice’s founder and charismatic front man, Bjarke Ingels.