An elegant curvilinear proposal that blends into the existing landscape has been chosen as the final design for Ibsen Library in Skien, Norway. Designed by Kengo Kuma & Associates, Mad Arkitekter, and Buro Happold Engineering, the project impressed the jury with its porous perimeter and bright open spaces.
Singapore’s Jewel Changi airport is so stunningly futuristic that it hardly feels real.
Twice a year, the picturesque and quiet village of Kayabuki no Sato puts on a popular water display.
Copenhagen harbor may be getting a bit more active thanks to the ingenious construction of a series of artificial floating islands—which would make it the world's first “parkipelago” (a portmanteau of park and archipelago). Danish design firm Studio Fokstrot and Australian architect Marshall Blecher have designed a number of small floating parks in response to the boom of urban development along the waterfront.
Architect Valentino Gareri has released a conceptual design for an early education center that integrates precautions for COVID-19.
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“I do not know if we have awarded this degree to a madman or to a genius; only time will tell.” These were the words spoken by the director of the architecture program at 18-year-old Antoni Gaudí’s graduation ceremony at the University of Barcelona. Looking at the body of work produced throughout his life, we may understand why they were spoken.
Development of Dorte Mandrup’s The Whale is back on track following a historic discovery that left the future of the...
Most grocery stores look similar—colorful displays of fruits, a butcher's counter, and checkout lines are normal features.
The idea of monochromatic spaces may bring to mind stark black and white rooms, but Patricia Bustos Studios redefines single-color spaces in this all-pink rental apartment. The designers used a bold color scheme to stand out amongst the tough vacation rental competition in Madrid. They use 12 shades of pink to style the small unit, creating a unique identity that the studio says they achieved through “aesthetic madness.
We're used to driving across bridges to get from place to place, but have you ever wondered how these ambitious...
The latest conceptual project from architecture firm Rescubika envisions a soaring “green” residential tower on New York City’s Roosevelt Island.