The Snøhetta designed Charles Library opens at Temple University in Philadelphia. A world-class facility for Philadelphia’s only public university, the project marks a transformative moment.
Designed by Paul Archer Design, secret courtyards, skylights and perforated brickwork, flood Aperture House with natural light, a new build home in Islington enclosed in brick.
While luxury was an underpinning facet of the Bold House, designed by B13 architect Ltd, it was a careful, tactful understanding of moderation that has helped turn it into something noteworthy.
Designed by Breathe Architecture Bardolph Gardens is designed with a priority towards sustainability with each dwelling achieving a minimum of 8 stars.
The Mansergh Shaw Makerspace facility makes up the largest space of its kind in Australia with a 1200 square metre COX-designed workshop housing manufacturing and prototyping tools and machines.
Designed by Mimosa architekti The first Restaurant Avocado in Prague, Avocado gang, was founded in a ground floor space of a street corner apartment building on Lyčkovo náměstí in Prague – Karlín.
Workspace designers align complete new co-working space for bubbleHUB, located within a former pump house in St Albans, Hertfordshire.
In amongst a North London industrial estate is an unassuming warehouse unit containing the new headquarters and roastery for Square Mile Coffee Roasters designed by Kirkwood McCarthy.
Redesigned by Giaimo for South House the integration of sustainable design begins with preserving the bungalow form and structure. The original house was uninsulated with minimal roof insulation.
C2D’s main challenge for the H12 Apartment project was to bring back this building to life through not only restoration but also redistributing the original layout.
Cornwall’s new archive centre, Kresen Kernow, opened for research visits earlier this month. Designed and delivered by Purcell, the UK’s leading heritage and conservation architects
Green Office® ENJOY is a special building in more ways than one. Built over a railway underpass, it is made largely of wood and produces more energy than it uses.
Baumschlager Eberle Architekten is the architectural partner of the Skyspace-Lech project. At the Lustenau office, Turrell’s designs were developed to operational construction plans supplemented by many detailed solutions.
This amazing mirrored building references ‘movement of light’, as projected through film and as reflected by kinetic stainless steel sculpture. The Len Lye Centre is a collaboration with Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Zealand’s foremost contemporary art museum.