SAOTA’s first completed project in Los Angeles, Stradella, is a remodel of an existing 1970’s house on a beautiful promontory in Bel Air.
Curators have invited 100 Hong Kong and international architects to design towers in free space, thus provoking intensive reflection and research on this typology. Spanish architect Fernando Menis was asked to design 4 of these 100 towers.
The Venice Biennale Singapore Pavilion exhibition asks if there is indeed No More Free Space? in the island state, in response to the overarching theme Freespace conceptualised by curators Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara.
Nearly a million visitors have visited this new building in downtown Miami by architects Grimshaw. The 250,000 sqft facility combines an aquarium, planetarium and science museum onto one campus in Museum Park.
Irish Pavilion explores the importance of the rural market place at the 16th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia. Curated by six young Irish architects and designers, Free Market aims to reassert the declining rural market square as a public place of social, political and cultural exchange, central to community cohesion.
Lippmann Partnership designed the New Emanuel Synagogue for the congregation which embraces religious pluralism offering a variety of different services and streams. It is the fastest growing religious congregation in the southern hemisphere.
12 buildings across Northern Ireland win RSUA Design Awards, from shortlist of 21; including Main Site Tower and Peter Froggatt Centre, Queens University Belfast, by TODD Architects and Newry Leisure Centre by Kennedy FitzGerald Architects.
Los Angeles building photos – ranging from The Academy Egg designed by Renzo Piano to ‘The Aven’, a 39-story apartment complex in the South Park area of downtown LA, and Banc of California Soccer stadium in Exposition Park.
Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners designed this striking piece of contemporary architecture is cut into the slope of the land, taking its cues from ancient Scottish hills and maximising the aesthetic beauty of the building whilst minimising the visual impact on the Speyside landscape.
People often say that life is like a voyage. Then, home must be that only island floating on it. It is the place where you treasure the collectibles discovered, and keep all the joys and tears you have experienced during the voyage.
Michael Hennessey Architecture’s program for this ground-up, single-family residence is organized in a rational manner in an attempt to create visually simple spaces serving as the backdrop to a family’s daily activities.
Designed by Ewert Leaf the St Andrews Beach Brewery project brief called for an innovative change of use for the former equine training facility. It has now been transformed into a recreational and culinary destination for locals and tourists alike.
Charter Square second phase approved, £120m regeneration already on site in the heart of Staines-upon-Thames. Designed by Assael Architecture, the design incorporates the local vernacular while adding contemporary touches.
MASQ architecture’s inspiration for the project lay in the established backyard which sat sunken down slightly from the surrounding. The brief was to add a new living room space, kitchen and accompanying dining room.
Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands has submitted 30 planning applications for the ‘longest public art work in the world’ along the River Thames in central London, a collaboration by the architects and American artist Leo Villareal.