The Southern California Institute of Architecture news – Drawings’ Conclusions, an exhibition curated by Jeffrey Kipnis and produced by Andrew Zago, opens March 10 in the SCI-Arc Gallery, complemented by a two-day symposium featuring a keynote address by Peter Eisenman.
Leeds architecture news – two Leeds Beckett University Architecture lecturers scoop an international design award for spearheading the development of an innovative multi-purpose building.
Brick Awards winner, design by Caruso St John Architects, London. Conversion of a street of listed industrial buildings into a free public gallery for artist Damien Hirst. Winner of Stirling Prize 2016.
IBI Group appointed to prepare a development framework for the regeneration of Strood Riverside, Medway. This stretch of waterfront overlooks Rochester Cathedral and Castle.
Design: Coop Himmelblau, HSArchitects + GD-Lighting
Mocape’s surface materials of glass, perforated plate, and stone extend and twist along the steel structure, creating a complicated architecture full of vitality.
Architect Diébédo Francis Kéré, Burkino Faso, commissioned to design the Serpentine Pavilion 2017, responding to the brief with a bold, innovative structure that brings his characteristic sense of light and life to the lawns of Kensington Gardens.
Design: Chetecortes Architects
Designed for a business family who spends a lot of time traveling, with a culture of fluidity and continuity of energy in their lives.
Architect: Atelier Peter Fong / LUKSTUDIO
Located in a residential neighborhood next to the Tianhe district in central Guangzhou, Atelier Peter Fong by Lukstudio revives an empty corner lot into both an office and a cafe.
Design: architect Edwin Chan, EC3 – True North is a winner of an honorable mention in the 2017 P/A Awards: “I appreciate its lightfootedness in thinking about how to rebuild Detroit. By taking some of empty land and filling it rather inexpensively with a community program, it creates a beacon that would be great to visit.”
The BD Architect of the Year Awards ceremony on Wednesday 8 March. Now in its 13th year, the AYA’s are unique in rewarding architectural practices for the best body of work in 15 different categories.