Mossessian & Partners wins Cultural Regeneration award for Place Lalla Yeddouna in the MIPIM AR Future Project Awards 2014.
Contemporary Art Center (FRAC) in Marseille, France by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma.
The interventions represent a unique opportunity to re-discover the traces and ways in which the Grand Palais has withstood the test of time.
The simple folding geometric form of the kiosk is based on the concept of origami.
Built on the campus of EPFL Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, The Rolex Learning Center is designed by Japanese architectural practice SANAA.
The Nobel Snowflake by Swedish firm Wingårdh Arkitektkontor, is shortlisted in the architectural competition to design the Nobel Center.
Giant stairs gently stepping down the volume form a sequence of green squares.
The Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian’s (FCG) Grande Auditório in Lisbon, Portugal, reopens following an eight month refurbishment.
An unexpected fabric space that manipulates the architectural frame to blur the boundaries between inside and outside and piques the viewers’ awareness of their bodies in space.
Julien de Smedt has designed a fictional museum for the popular Danish television series ‘The Legacy’.
The main feature is the facade, a cladding made up of rhomboid textile awnings which act as sunshades and interpret the Arabian tent structure tradition in a modern, technological way.
The project is an NGO which seeks to educate and mentor children through outdoor ‘experiential’ learning.
The Teshima Art Museum, designed by architect Ryue Nishizawa and Japanese artist Rei Naito, shapes a beautiful concrete landscape of caves.
Stonehenge’s visitor center, designed by Denton Corker Marshall, has opened its doors to the public.
A checkered façade surrounds the Francis Gregory Neighborhood Library by Adjaye Associates in Washington DC.
Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has recently unveiled the Kyushu Geibun Kan museum in Fukuoka, Japan.
Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architects Herzog and de Meuron.
Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa have recently entered an architectural competition for the construction of the Nobel Prize headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden.
Museum De Fundatie extension in Zwolle, The Netherlands, by Bierman Henket architects.
With a salt mining museum and thrilling recreational facilities, the Salina Turda salt mine in Transylvania has become a unique tourist attraction.
The New Maritime Museum and Exploratorium designed by Danish architect duo opened on December 13th and has already become an architectural landmark of the town.
The architect wanted to make the building float so that the plaza would pass beneath it, and to produce a unitary, continuous building, with roofs, floors and façades that were equivalent to each other.
Designs revealed for Bund Finance Centre, under construction in Shanghai.
The architects propose not a new kind of funeral architecture, but the new funeral culture based on DNA capsules and personal belongings stored in towers under a 2D code read by any Smartphone.
A play about the dramatic life of a powerful Sami shaman Klemet turning the whole valley into a shaman drum.
The Busan Cinema Center by Coop Himmelb(l)au is about reinventing the modernist pilotis and the overlaps: open and closed volumes, public and private spaces.
Joao Morgado highlights the beauty of cork. The pavilion explores the possibility of spanning vaults with cork alone, the creation of a compound translucent cork material, and a system for radiation and acoustic optimization.
The Cidade das Artes is seen as a large house, a great veranda above the city, homage to an archetype of Brazilian architecture.
A large inclined plane rises gradually travelling through all three floors of the pavilion and continues to form a panoramic terrace on the roof.
This intervention configures a new square where different activities can be performed, both under the building and around it.
Located at the ‘entrance’ of a holy place, the building itself shows the essence of Taoism through its space and exhibitions.
The Kimbell Art Museum building, designed by Louis I. Kahn in 1972, is widely recognized as one of the most significant works of modern architecture.