Consortium of Hoskins Architects, Ralph Appelbaum Associates and Wenzel+Wenzel to design the new Museum für Franken at Marienberg Fortress, Würzburg.
Restaurant & Bar Design Awards 2018 shortlist – 257 projects across 34 categories from the world’s leading architects, interior designers, lighting designers and restaurant and bar operators.
Lately there’s a lot of talk about hyperloops, but few of these ideas seem to go beyond the infrastructure itself, asking how this unprecedented closing of distance will affect the way we live: Hyperloop Suburb by Louise Braverman.
Architecture firm astudio model on UK housing crisis exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition. The architects view modern modular housing as key solution to lack of affordable housing in the UK.
Scottish architecture news – architect Alan Dunlop controversially calls not to rebuild damaged Glasgow School of Art building after second severe fire in four years, stating that it has “gone for ever”.
Grenfell Inquiry expert witness controversy – Architects Registration Board (ARB) investigates complaint that an expert witness described himself as an architect despite not being on the register for 10 years, report Building Design.
Designed by Tom Kundig, of Olson Kundig, Martin’s Lane Winery is tucked into a hillside in Kelowna, British Columbia and draws a close parallel between the topography of the land and the gravity-flow winemaking process taking place inside.
Watermark Westquay in Southampton, a major mixed-use scheme for developer Hammerson by architects ACME with landscape designers Grant Associates, wins a 2018 Prix-Versailles World Architecture Award.
Diamond Schmitt Architects’ primary objective for the Okanagan College Trades Renewal and Expansion project was to enlarge and unify disparate elements of the Trades training program.
145 Kensington Church Street by SPPARC, a 17,000 sqft mixed-use development: three floors of office space occupied by Savills plus four luxury residential apartments.
C. F. Møller Architects designed Mindet 6, close to the Port of Aarhus: this bright, sculptural tower and landmark will combine city life and cultural history with attractive new cultural and business facilities, together with public restaurants.
A project bringing buildings of cities across the world to musical life: from 2 June seven new songs can be found at seven buildings in London, including Southwark Cathedral, the Hopton’s Almshouses, Tate Switch House and Faraday Memorial.
VeloCity: Oxford to Cambridge Regional Corridor, a visionary conceptual plan, directly and clearly illustrating through cartoons how to sustainably accommodate one million new homes across a swath of English countryside stretching from Oxford to Milton Keynes to Cambridge.
On a wooded lot on the shore of Charlebois Lake, Paul Bernier Architecte designed a contemporary house, luminous and open to the nature. The clients wanted most of the spaces of the house to be level with the land.
URBAN POWER recently won the new competition of Huntonstranda in Norway. The development includes a future culture house and climate adaptation provided by a resilient park stretch along the shore of Lake Mjøsa.