Glasir – Tórshavn College building design by BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group fuses three schools into one – the Faroe Islands Gymnasium, Tórshavn Technical College and the Business College, with over 1,750 accommodated.
Notre-Dame Spire replacement call for architects news: Prime Minister Edouard Philippe hopes for “a new spire that is adapted to the techniques and the challenges of our era”. President Emmanuel Macron vowed the spire by French architect Viollet-le-Duc will be rebuilt “even more beautifully”.
Designed by Park City Design+Build the TreeHaus. Reacting to the steeply wooded site, the house is arranged in a series of cubic geometries that imbed themselves into the thermal comfort of the hillside.
Designed by Jackson Teece the new St James Chapel is pinned delicately to the sloped site at four points, it imbues a sense of stillness, calm and strength.
Designed by RZLBD Gazing House in eastern Toronto gazes at the neighbourhood through the eyes of two symmetrical windows, punctured on the mass cantilevered above the main floor.
New Business Innovation Hub at University of Massachusetts Amherst building design by BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group with Goody Clancy: 70,000 sqft of hyper-collaborative study and social space.
Contemporary house in La Cuesta, Calera, Córdoba by Arias Ranea architect, a home on a piece of land with a slope of 38% – set around a long retaining wall, with arrival by car to the living level.
Designed by Jingu Phoenix Space Planning Organization the Sui Han San You Restaurant project is an upscale restaurant serving private home-style cuisine, located in Shantou, China.
Located in the ‘snow country’ of Niigata Prefecture Japan, Andrew Burns Architecture has completed a gallery, studio and atelier, creating a setting for production and exhibition of work by Australian artists in collaboration with local community.
Paris architectural news – international call for architects to design new spire for a renovated Notre-Dame cathedral. Prime Minister Edouard Philippe hopes for “a new spire that is adapted to the techniques and the challenges of our era”.
Architects Levitt Bernstein has transformed a disused corner of the King’s School in Bruton site to create a new building for all of the school’s musical facilities.
Designed by Obra Architects Sanhe Kindergarten is configured as a faceted arc following the daily path of the sun. In China it is believed that a child not exposed to enough sunlight will grow up to develop intellectual handicaps.
The Pavillon Ouest in Bromont, Québec designed and built by architectural firm Blouin Tardif Architecture Environnement, the West Pavilion has a large terrace, hot tub and Turkish bath with views over Lac Gale.
Designed by Roman and Williams, the first NoMad outside of the United States. NoMad London Hotel in Covent Garden will continue their tradition of offering gracious hospitality combined with understated elegance and comfort.
For local design studio ARRCC, who executed the project, it was the homeowner’s affinity for colours – and a multitude of materials – that informed the creative journey.