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Morland Mixité Capitale / David Chipperfield Architects + CALQ

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Artists' Ateliers London Design District / BAROZZI VEIGA

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  • Architects: BAROZZI VEIGA
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  670
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2022

Herbert Wehner Haus / JWA Berlin + Hinrichs Wilkening Architekten

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ArchDaily’s Readers Select Who Should Win the 2022 Pritzker Prize

As part of our yearly tradition, we have asked our readers who should win the 2022 Pritzker Prize, the most important award in the field of architecture.

Light as a Design Statement: Inspiring Ways to Manage Natural Lighting

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For most people, modern living requires spending most of the day in interior spaces - in fact, according to a report by the Environmental Protection Agency, the average person spends around 90% of their life indoors. As a result, this implies missing out on health benefits associated with sunlight exposure, such as vitamin D absorption, regulation of circadian rhythms, higher energy levels and even improved mood. Thus, one option is to increase the amount of time we spend outdoors. But because most daily functions are carried out inside buildings, it is crucial to incorporate and prioritize natural lighting in interiors.

Light as a Design Statement: Creative Ways to Use Artificial Lighting

Light serves an essential purpose in architecture: to help us see. Whether it be through natural or artificial methods, rooms must be illuminated accordingly so occupants can safely inhabit them and fulfill their daily functions. When the right system is selected, light can also contribute to energy efficiency and sustainability within the building as a whole. However, apart from its evident functional and environmental value, lighting design can vastly impact the visual comfort and aesthetic tone of interiors by drawing attention to textures, enhancing colors and defining volumes. Therefore, of the many pieces involved in interior design, lighting is certainly one that can enhance or destroy a space and even affect users’ well-being, which is why it should be considered a crucial design element by itself.

40 Shortlisted Projects Announced for the EU Mies Award 2022

The European Commission and the Mies van der Rohe Foundation have announced the 40 shortlisted works that will compete for the 2022 European Union Prize for Contemporary ArchitectureMies van der Rohe Award. The shortlist featured projects built across 18 different European countries, with Spain, Austria, and France topping the list with 5 entries each. The winners will be announced in April 2022 and the Award ceremony will take place in May 2022.

LocHal. Image © Stijn BollaertThe Railway Farm. Image © Myr MurateHelsinki Olympic Stadium. Image © Tuomas UusheimoGare Maritime. Image © Filip Dujardin+ 23

Housing in Boveresses / Fruehauf, Henry & Viladoms

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9 Newly Opened Museums Enriching the Arts and Culture Scene

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© Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Nationalgalerie / Reinhard Friedrich

Last year, a series of new museums, expansions and several museum renovations have opened their doors to the public, adding a new dimension to the cultural landscape around the world. From the long-awaited re-opening of the Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin, to Ryue Nishizawa's Jining Art Museum merging with the landscape, and MVRDV's reflective Art Depot, discover the architecture of the latest venues of art and culture.

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Waldesruh House / Helga Blocksdorf Architektur

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Hoppegarten, Germany

RIBA Announces 2021 International Prize Shortlist

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has announced its shortlist for the 2021 International Prize, a prestigious biennial award that celebrates the world’s best new projects that “champion buildings that change the world and positively impact the community around them". The jury has selected three projects from a list of 16 projects in 11 countries, and will announce the winner on Thursday 2nd December.

James-Simon-Galerie / David Chipperfield Architects (Berlin, Germany). Image © Simon MengesLille Langebro / WilkinsonEyre + Urban Agency (Copenhagen, Denmark). Image © Rasmus HjortshøjFriendship Hospital, Satkhira / Kashef Chowdhury-URBANA (Shyamnagar, Bangladesh). Image Courtesy of URBANAJames-Simon-Galerie / David Chipperfield Architects (Berlin, Germany). Image © Simon Menges+ 13

Rosé Atelier House / Helga Blocksdorf Architektur

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Portal at the Stadtschloss / Helga Blocksdorf Architektur

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MKM Museum Küppersmühle Extension / Herzog & de Meuron

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Duisburg, Germany

RIBA Announces 2021 National Award Winners Highlighting UK's Best New Buildings

MK Gallery (Milton Keynes) by 6a architects  . Image Courtesy of RIBA
MK Gallery (Milton Keynes) by 6a architects . Image Courtesy of RIBA

The Royal Institute of British Architects has announced the 54 winners of the 2021 RIBA National Awards, highlighting the UK's best new architecture. Ranging from single homes and housing schemes to educational facilities, cultural buildings, sports venues and medical centres, this year's projects illustrate a growing preoccupation with restoration and adaptive reuse, as well as a significant investment in education and culture. Inaugurated in 1966, the awards provide insight into UK's architectural environment and the economic trends shaping the AEC industry.

Bayes Centre, University of Edinburgh by Bennetts Associates . Image © Keith HunterBrighton College - School of Science and Sport by Office for Metropolitan Architecture  . Image © Laurian GhinitoiuAberdeen Art Gallery by Hoskins Architects  . Image © dapple photographyCentre for Creative Learning, Francis Holland School (London, SW1W) by BDP  . Image © Nick Caville+ 55