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Call for Submissions / 2018 Summer [IN]STITUTE in Environmental Design

16:42 - 5 March, 2018
Call for Submissions / 2018 Summer [IN]STITUTE in Environmental Design, Immerse yourself in design this summer on the Berkeley campus!
Immerse yourself in design this summer on the Berkeley campus!

UC Berkeley's College of Environmental Design is now accepting applications for the 2018 Summer [IN]STITUTE in Environmental Design! The Summer [IN]STITUTE gives participants the opportunity to test their enthusiasm for the material and culture of architecture, landscape architecture and sustainable city planning. The Institute is geared towards post-baccalaureate participants with no previous experience in design, or experienced designers who wish to explore an aspect of environmental design outside of their primary discipline.

Garden City Mega City

19:30 - 22 February, 2018
Garden City Mega City

In collaboration with Austin Central Library and Austin Parks Foundation, the Singaporean architecture firm WOHA is pleased to present “Garden City Mega City,” an exhibition highlighting sixteen built and unbuilt projects that put forward a sustainable vision for how cities should evolve in the 21st century.

In addition to immersive images, detailed architectural models and texts, the exhibition presents projects in the context of WOHA’s self-generated rating system, which creatively puts into action their methodology that social and environmental sustainability should be factored into any property investment formula, as tangible improvements to the quality of life—for a city and its residents—will

Michael Reynolds to Build Sustainable Public School in Argentina

16:00 - 17 February, 2018
Michael Reynolds to Build Sustainable Public School in Argentina, The sustainable school built by Michael Reynolds in Uruguay. Image via Earthship Biotecture / Tagma
The sustainable school built by Michael Reynolds in Uruguay. Image via Earthship Biotecture / Tagma

After a successful project in Uruguay—the first in Latin America—it's now Argentina's turn to build its first sustainable public school. The design will use the recycled materials of "garbage warrior" Michael Reynolds, the founder of Earthship Biotecture, and will be constructed as part of the program "A Sustainable School" in the unique biosphere of Mar Chiquita, in the Province of Buenos Aires, from March 1 to 28.

Read on for more information about the new project.

Call for Entries: Exhibition - Competitions, XV World Triennial of Architecture “Interarch 2018”

13:46 - 4 December, 2017
Call for Entries: Exhibition - Competitions, XV World Triennial of Architecture “Interarch 2018”

One of the most important architecture events in 2018 for the architectural society. Open international forum with professional participation of architects and students from all over the world, profiling a panorama of the tendencies and achievements of contemporary world architecture. Participants will discuss the topic “Sustainable Architecture for Sustainable World”, exchange ideas with leading masters of world contemporary architecture and take part in the different sections of “Interarch 2018."

The Luxury Pavilion Built From Recycled Bedsprings

06:00 - 29 November, 2017
The Luxury Pavilion Built From Recycled Bedsprings, Courtesy of Fahed + Architects
Courtesy of Fahed + Architects

Boutique firm, Fahed + Architects have developed a temporary pavilion for Abwab 2017, the highlight of Dubai Design Week that exhibits designers’ talent from across the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia.

A commitment to the environment is at the core of Fahed + Architects philosophy, so it was necessary to create a structure out of 100% recyclable material from the local waste management company, Bee’ah. The outer skin of the pavilion is a mesh of entwined bedsprings that naturally lends itself to an organic form, floating amongst the surrounding buildings.

Competition-Winning Paris Office Park Design to Reintroduce Play into the Workplace

12:00 - 28 October, 2017
Competition-Winning Paris Office Park Design to Reintroduce Play into the Workplace, Courtesy of RAU, karres+brands & SeARCH
Courtesy of RAU, karres+brands & SeARCH

Dutch Firms Team RAU, SeARCH, and karres +brands have been named as one of the winners of the Inventons la Metropole de Grand Paris, the largest European competition for city planning, architecture and public space. Their project, Triango, reinvents Paris’ Triangle de Gonesse into a dynamic and lively business park which promotes sustainability in every sense of the word.

Courtesy of RAU, karres+brands & SeARCH Courtesy of RAU, karres+brands & SeARCH Courtesy of RAU, karres+brands & SeARCH Courtesy of RAU, karres+brands & SeARCH + 14

Call for Submissions: Blue Clay Country Spa

17:15 - 3 November, 2016
Call for Submissions: Blue Clay Country Spa, Courtesy of Unknown
Courtesy of Unknown

The Blue Clay Country Spa architecture competition, in partnership with SRED Global real estate developers, is tasking participants with presenting designs for a countryside guest house that would specialise in providing health treatments using this unique and naturally occurring organic product. Blue clay has long been used in restorative treatments, and provides health and beauty benefits in its naturally occurring form. Blue Clay has an exceptionally high mineral content and been used for centuries for medicinal purposes. The research is still being carried out to this day to further understand the clay’s antibacterial properties.

Ingenhoven Architects' Marina One Tops Out in Singapore

14:10 - 8 July, 2016
Ingenhoven Architects' Marina One Tops Out in Singapore, © Doug and Wolf V5. Courtesy of Ingenhoven
© Doug and Wolf V5. Courtesy of Ingenhoven

Ingenhoven Architects have released images of Marina One, a high-density mixed-use complex for the new Marina Bay Financial District in downtown Singapore. The plan consists of two office towers, two residential towers and a retail podium set between two large urban parks. The project’s centerpiece is the “Green Heart,” which upon completion will become the largest public plaza in the central business district. Construction has currently topped out, with an expected completion date falling sometime in 2017.

Courtesy of Ingenhoven Architects © Doug and Wolf V5. Courtesy of Ingenhoven © M + S Pte Ltd. Courtesy of Ingenhoven © Alexander Schmitz. Courtesy of Ingenhoven + 4