The United States Courthouse by Thomas Phifer and Partners: everlasting concept and tecnological innovation for ancestral values
Designed as a succession of concrete slabs and with the utmost simplicity, the Museum is deliberately non-monumental.
Lausanne stadium competition. SANAA proposal: an extra-thin, curvy concrete slab floating in mid air and a landscaped public space crawling its way into the stands.
Beethoven Festspielhaus shortlist of three: David Chipperfield Architects, Kadawittfeldararchitektur and Valentiny hyp architects.
A glowing lantern in a see-through wrapping.
Fo-Shou house by Mansilla & Tuñón. In Nanjing, China.
Warehouses used to dominate the the cities. They changed, almost disappeared, hid behind new materials. Now they’re back.
To encourage cooperation between two different disciplines, at Cornell University the schools of Computing Science and Information Science are joint together in one unique building: the Bill & Melinda Gates Hall (design by Morphosis Architects).
ARCHIST (Architect/Artist). How would famous artists design a building?
Illustrator Federico Babina creates the Artistar: can you find the correlation between architect and artist, work of art and architecture?
Here’s our take on his work.
High-tech architecture incorporates elements of high-tech industry and technology into building design.
A magical experience in James Turrell’s Skyspace installation:
“The Color Inside” is a milestone in The University of Texas at Austin’s Landmarks public art collection.