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on 24/09/2014

The workshop of O-office Architects in Guangzhou was built on top of an old silo building that was part of a brewery. Its views go south across the river towards downtown and north towards a generic new high-rise housing estate. The architects reused the industrial space with basic but radical...

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on 22/09/2014

"Urban unfill" is the term that Spillman Farmer Architects uses to describe its "non-building" for Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania. The Arts Plaza transforms an old auto-repair facility into a raw, open-air space for the school's art students. Architectural...

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on 15/09/2014

Single-family homes in the United States tend to be one- or two-story buildings that sprawl across the land. Another tactic is taken in the aptly named Tower House designed for a steep and narrow Portland lot by architect Benjamin Waechter. Building up four floors allows for economical...

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on 08/09/2014

What looks like a low-slung industrial box rising from the plains of Oklahoma, with oil derricks projecting from its roof, is in fact a library inspired by the natural and economic characteristics of the place. Designed by LWPB Architecture with Richard+Bauer, the building is an unabashed...

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on 01/09/2014

This addition to a 100-year-old bungalow in Bay Village, Ohio (a small town west of Cleveland), is particularly striking for the way it melds architecture and landscape through the plants covering its wall and folded roof. Further, a sunken terrace helps to bring sunlight into the...

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on 01/09/2014

This home for a family of four designed by Naoi Architecture & Design Office sits in a farming-district-turned-suburban-subdivision in Shiga Prefecture. In order to enable a lifestyle in harmony with nature for the outdoors-loving residents, the architects kept the surrounding landscape...

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on 25/08/2014

The impact of architecture is often felt beyond the walls of a particular building. In the case of this residence hall serving the students of Williston State College in North Dakota, the building frees up much needed space in the community to alleviate a housing shortage. The...

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on 18/08/2014

Mid-20th-century modern architecture is old enough that the question of demolition versus preservation comes to fore. In many cases the choice of preserving modern architecture involves renovations and additions, so particular buildings continue their usefulness over becoming museum pieces....

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on 11/08/2014

In an effort to recede from the suburban context of Syracuse, New York, Jon Lott of PARA-Project opted to wrap the three-story writing studio in a material more commonly used for roofs and canopies: silicon-impregnated fiberglass fabric. The orthogonal exterior belies the curved ceiling of...

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on 07/08/2014

Many former industrial buildings in Chinese cities have been converted into hubs for the creative industries. There is political support for the shift of production from inner city neighbourhoods to newly established industrial zones on the fringes of the metropolises. Of course, environmental...

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on 04/08/2014

Shou Sugi Ban is an old Japanese technique for charring wood to make it insect resistant and weatherproof it on the outside of buildings. The technique, which creates a wildfire-resistant shell, is one way that this retreat on a cattle ranch between...

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on 28/07/2014

In the United States battlefields from the American Revolution and Civil War are considered sacred ground, preserved as open space and used as sites for education and interpretation. The American Revolution's Battle of Monmouth took place on a hot day in June 1778 in central New Jersey....

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on 23/07/2014

For years, Switzerland has held a privileged position in the panorama of international architecture. The country (one of the richest in the world) boasts an excellent network of architecture schools, a modern architectural culture with a long tradition, a powerful publishing industry and...

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Comentários
on 21/07/2014

Even as college tuitions rise faster than overall inflation, universities are booming. The University of New Hampshire is projecting a 30% increase in the undergraduate and graduate populations in the next two decades. In anticipation, UNH is building more, including a new building for the...

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on 13/07/2014

The harsh sun of America's Desert Southwest leads architects to varying design responses, from the vernacular use of mass that absorbs the sun's heat and radiates it during the cool nights to elements that filter the sunlight. Eric Strain of assemblageSTUDIO has combined these two...

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Comentários
on 06/07/2014

Aksarben Village is a mix of apartments, shopping, restaurants, entertainment, recreation and offices that bills itself as "Omaha's all-weather destination" about five miles west of downtown. The office spaces are particularly important for giving the new development some...

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on 30/06/2014

Site often determines a building's form, be it orientation, size, views, or materiality, among numerous characteristics. This cabin on the edge of Flathead Lake in western Montana finds inspiration in its site accordingly, also going so far as to echo the slope of the land in the green...

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on 26/06/2014

Wiel Arets Architects recently completed the Allianz Headquarters in Wallisellen, Switzerland. The architects choose five drawings and twelve photos and describe the building.

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on 23/06/2014

The state of Missouri is crisscrossed by a number of rivers making their way to the Mississippi, a few that have been dammed to create reservoirs and lakes that are also popular vacation spots. The snaking Table Rock Lake, formed by damming the White River, is an especially popular area near...

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on 16/06/2014

The U.S. General Service Administration's Design Excellence Program celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. Since 1994 the program has streamlined the selection of quality architects and led to notable office buildings, courthouses and other facilities. One building that predates the...

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Comentários
on 09/06/2014

City living no longer means just an apartment and a laundry room in the building. As people move back into American downtowns, they want fitness centers, social areas, outdoor space, bike storeage, even urban farming. Brunsfield America's new apartment building in the North Loop...

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Comentários
on 02/06/2014

As local pharmacies across the United States fall to ubiquitous chains like CVS, it's refreshing to see this nearly 70-year-old pharmacy in suburban Detroit thrive and reinvent itself. Architecture is an important element in the latter, from the façade to the layout and the...

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Comentários
on 01/06/2014

This head office for a human resource development and networking company was designed by Akitoshi Ukai of Aichi-based architecture firm AUAU. When the company decided to move the center of its operations to a site surrounded by paddy fields in Toyota City, client and architect seized the...

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on 30/05/2014

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on 26/05/2014

Think of the areas in and around Boston and most likely institutions of higher education come to mind: Harvard University, MIT, Boston University, to name a few. Massachusetts College of Art and Design (MassArt) is relatively small in comparison but a new 20-story tower gives the college...

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Comentários
on 16/05/2014

Baltimore has a reputation for crime, poverty and drugs, thanks to statistically high rates of each but also the city's portrayal in popular culture, most notably the television show The Wire. A major redevelopment area in East Baltimore attempts to address these concerns, and a...

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on 12/05/2014

Mount Desert Island is the largest island on Maine's Atlantic shore – the second largest island on the American eastern seaboard, after Long Island, New York. The natural beauty of Mount Desert Island is conserved through Acadia National Park, which covers about half of the island....

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Comentários
on 05/05/2014

Sports and history may seem like two areas that don't mix, but the memorabilia of the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame and the displays of the Northwest Louisiana History Museum come together in the fluid interiors of Trahan Architects' new building in Natchitoches. Likewise, old and new...

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Comentários
on 27/04/2014

Being an architect means acknowledging that even the smallest things are important. This position comes to mind when considering Architectural Artisans' design of a new accessible entry at the side of the Third Lutheran Church in Louisville. The small limestone portal invites visitors...

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Comentários
on 21/04/2014

Manhattan is a small city in northeast Kansas that is affectionately called "The Little Apple" and is home to Kansas State University. While the K-State campus is predominantly limestone, buildings off campus are a more varied lot, such as the existing orange-brick Manhattan High...

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on 14/04/2014

In honor of its 125th anniversary, the Principal Financial Group helped create the Principal Riverwalk in its hometown of Des Moines, Iowa. The 1.2-mile (2-km) path uses landscapes, pedestrian bridges and public art to connect the east and west sides of the Des Moines River in the city's...

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Comentários
on 07/04/2014

Architectural inspiration can take many forms, but in the case of the University of Indiana Schools of Business and Engineering designed by HOK with Hafer Associates, it is the fact of two schools coming together into one building. Each has their own formal and material expression, but more...

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Comentários
on 01/04/2014

This home for a family of five is located on Amami Oshima Island, midway between Kyushu and Okinawa in southern Japan. Although the lot is close to both ocean and mountains, its immediate neighborhood is built up with three-story apartments. Architect

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Comentários
on 31/03/2014

Much of the work of MacArthur Fellow Jeanne Gang has focused on water, in particular the river and lake of her hometown of Chicago. Her 2011 book Reverse Effect explores the natural, social and recreational future of the Chicago River. An outcome of this research is...

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Comentários
on 24/03/2014

Bellevue is a small town with a population just over 2,000 in the Wood River Vally of central Idaho. This location begs for a dramatic architecture that can contend with the surrounding mountains. Idaho architect Susan Desko has crafted such a design in this large, unfinished house whose prow...

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on 24/03/2014

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