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The Most Anticipated Projects of 2019

07:00 - 7 January, 2019
The Most Anticipated Projects of 2019, National Museum of Qatar / Ateliers Jean Nouvel . Image © Iwan Baan
National Museum of Qatar / Ateliers Jean Nouvel . Image © Iwan Baan

As 2018 winds to a close, we've started to look ahead to the projects we're most looking forward to in 2019. Many of the projects listed here have been in the works for years, having experienced the frustrating false starts and lulls that come in a profession dependent on long-term and significant capital investment, not to mention changing politics. 

Taipei Performing Arts Centre / OMA. Image © OMA Under / Snohetta. Image © Snohetta and MIR © MIR . ImageLeeza SOHO / Zaha Hadid Architects Ruby City Linda Pace Foundation / Adjaye Associates. Image Courtesy of Adjaye Associates + 61

Olson Kundig's Zooraji Immerses Visitors in a Fantasy World

13:00 - 30 December, 2018
Olson Kundig's Zooraji Immerses Visitors in a Fantasy World, © Austin Wilson
© Austin Wilson

Zooraji, Olson Kundig's latest, takes its inspiration not from its site (the roof of a department store) or context (the futuristic city of Busan), but from a story. Aesop's The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse, to be precise. 

© Austin Wilson © Austin Wilson © Austin Wilson © Austin Wilson + 10

Moriyuki Ochiai Architects Designs Tea Houses Perfect for Stargazing

08:00 - 6 May, 2018
Moriyuki Ochiai Architects Designs Tea Houses Perfect for Stargazing, © Fumio Araki, Yuta Takahashi
© Fumio Araki, Yuta Takahashi

Japan-based Moriyuki Ochiai Architects have designed a cluster of tea rooms located in a rural area known as Bisei, in the Okayama Prefecture. This town is known as both the place where green tea was introduced to Japan and as a "sanctuary for stargazing", which inspired the firm's design to create a strong connection between the tea rooms and the surrounding scenery.

Cable Connections Fail on Bridge in Dallas After City Officials Ignored Santiago Calatrava's Requests for Proper Testing

06:00 - 8 February, 2018

The office of Santiago Calatrava, known for their incredible feats of architecture and engineering, has come under scrutiny for the failures of three cable connectors on their Margaret McDermott Bridge in Dallas, Texas, which has been delayed in opening due to the failures that occurred in Spring of 2016. However, while the office has taken heat for the malfunction, as the Dallas Observer reported, a newly released set of documents show that Calatrava’s team tried to insist on testing the strength of the cables, even going so far as offering to loan money for these tests, but these offers were declined by the city.