Duke University Rubenstein Arts Center, Durham, NC design by William Rawn Associates, Architects, Inc. – “The Ruby” reinvents the role of the arts within the university, extending its culture of interdisciplinary study in science, engineering and medicine to the arts.
Knox College Whitcomb Art Center Building design by Lake|Flato Architects – reflecting the self-described scrappy and unconventional community, this building is a high-performing workhorse made of simple industrial materials.
The Shop is a comprehensive co-working development at the Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans (CAC). Targeting technology, arts, and cultural-based businesses; The Shop serves as a hub of entrepreneurship in the developing Downtown innovation corridor.
Known around the globe for his beautiful, innovative, and sustainable structures, the West African architect Francis Kéré will create Tippet Rise’s newest structure: a 1,900 sqft pavilion, scheduled to open at the start of the summer 2019 music season.
Southbank’s Queen Elizabeth Hall reopens after a two year close. Max Fordham were responsible for the building services renovation, which has involved updating the systems in the famous concert hall to support an exciting new arts program.
The Federal Way Performing Arts and Event Center (PAEC) 46,000 sqft building design by LMN Architects puts cultural arts at the heart of urban vitality, establishing a core identity and focal point for a rapidly growing, richly diverse community.
The Deck at The National Theatre in London, South Bank entertainment venue news – design by Haworth Tompkins Architects – new venue by River Thames, building set for completion in summer 2018.
Northumbria University, in partnership with Tyne and Wear Archives and Museums and FaulknerBrowns Architects, will investigate how museum artefacts or historical events can be brought to life with input from members of the public, using technology in settings in and around the city.
The next stage of renewal at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa will be unveiled on New Year’s Eve. The Kipnes Lantern is a three-storey, multi-sided signature element of the NAC’s architectural rejuvenation, a $225-million project by Diamond Schmitt Architects.
On Canada’s 150th Birthday, the National Arts Centre inaugurates a new building wing. Diamond Schmitt Architects has designed a new wing which switches the entrance to face the city. The NAC now connects directly to Confederation Square and Ottawa’s Parliamentary Precinct.
Design: Architectural Design and Research Institute of South China University of Technology
Northeast Asian Culture and Art Museum Complex, with the land used for its construction in Changchun Airport Economic Development Zone.
REX architecture firm, New York City, selected by the Corporation of Brown University as the architect for Brown’s new performing arts center (PAC) to be located in the heart of the College Hill campus.
The design of the Heydar Aliyev Center establishes a continuous, fluid relationship between its surrounding plaza and the building’s interior. The plaza, as the ground surface; accessible to all as part of Baku’s urban fabric, rises to envelop an equally public interior space and define a sequence of event spaces dedicated to the collective celebration of contemporary and traditional Azeri culture.
Design: Diller Scofidio + Renfro, Architects
An unorthodox new building for the Rockwell Group, inspired by Cedric Price’s Fun Palace. The project received a $75m gift from Michael Bloomberg. The six storey 18,500 sqm cultural centre will be encased in a 34m-high outer shell that can slide on rails to double the ground space.