The Dallas Architecture Forum continue its 2017-2018 lecture season with Panel Discussion Series on Tuesday May 15, 2018 with “Design Inspirations Part Three,” moderated by Kate Aoki, Architect at DSGN Associates.
Algonquin College in Ottawa opens the DARE (Discovery, Applied Research and Entrepreneurship) District, promoting new, active ways of learning and teaching that connects students, researchers, the Indigenous and business communities.
Nova Unidade Senac São Miguel Paulista places an architectural project by Levisky Arquitetos | Estratégia Urbana, strategically planned to strengthen the educational institute’s contemporary pedagogical proposal.
Situated at the Parade College campus the learning hub is a symbol of school’s progressive pedagogy and adoption of technological into their teaching practise. CHT Architects designed of The Nash Learning Centre.
Designed by Godwin Austen Johnson Architects the reception building is the latest phase of development for the school and will act as a contemporary student gateway to the existing campus including offices and other staff facilities.
Stephen Marshall Architects designed the £69million redevelopment is part of a wider UAL regeneration investment of £440 million in London that forms part of the UAL’s 20-year programme of urban renewal, and its ambition to transform the student experience through investment in its grounds.
Design Engine Architects have announced their refurbished and extended University of Winchester Chapel project has won a RIBA South Award and was overall Civic Voice winner.
Pioneering centre of excellence for rail engineering designed by Bond Bryan Architects wins a Construction Project of the Year Award. The £22m facility is first major National College development in UK.
A new community campus bringing together a purpose-built high school plus a new theatre and arts venue starts on site. The school will house 950 students following the amalgamation of two schools.
The new Academic Center building design by TLCD Architecture + Mark Cavagnero Associates transforms the College of Marin’s Kentfield campus. It thoughtfully engages three generations of buildings and landscape, to form welcoming gateway.
Architects: Aires Mateus
The project was developed following this understanding of passing time, preserving the value of the “eternal” and proposing a new “ephemeral”. A structure made of steel, separate and flooded with light, suggests a new contemporaneity.
Design: Martin Duplantier Architectes
The 138-hectare park features prestigious sports facilities, a vast forest area and a plateau inhabited by buildings from 1962 and designed by the architect René Coulon.
The brief for Stephenson: ISA Studio was to create a unique contemporary new building for the musical and academic teaching facilities, providing a state-of-the-art environment which will be a fitting platform for the students.
Design: Eric Parry Architects
The building matches in architectural quality the innovation that goes on inside it -The Welding Institute (TWI) is a world-leading organisation dealing with joining technology at every scale. This is a large building and the scale successfully mediates with its context