d’Arenberg Cube Adelaide building

Adelaide Architecture: Buildings, Australia

Adelaide Architecture, South Australia – five-storey structure inspired by a Rubik’s Cube: the architectural twist is that the two top floors are askew, rotated on their axis – info on key new buildings & architects, designs, images – Adelaide buildings, architecture news

Liverpool Waters Central Docks development

Liverpool Building News: Architecture

Liverpool architecture news: planning granted for rooftop extension to Strand Plaza, the luxury apartment waterfront development ; UNESCO threatens to remove the city from its world heritage sites list unless historic docks regeneration plans are reconsidered. In it strongest warning to date, the watchdog says this could occur as early as 2018.

400 Fairview Seattle building

Seattle Buildings: Washington Architecture

Madrona House

This house was designed as a second home for a Bay Area couple as a summer retreat to spend the warm summer months away from the fog in San Francisco.
Built on a steep slope and a narrow lot, this 4000 square foot home is spread over 3 floors, with the master, guest and kids bedroom on the ground floor, and living spaces on the upper floor to take advantage of the views.

Band on the Wall Cocozza building

Manchester Building News

Manchester building news – incl expansion plans for iconic venue Band on the Wall ; Oldham Town building renewal ; Cornbrook Works, Trafford ; and Angel Meadow skyscraper building, 41-storey skyscraper proposal on northern fringe of city centre.

428 Hackney Road, corner of Temple Street

RIBA News, London

Royal Institute of British Architects news – Hayhurst & Co has won RIBA’s competition to design a new educational facility at 66 Portland Place ; Pablo Bronstein: Conservatism, or The Long Reign of Pseudo Georgian Architecture, in a series of special commissioned exhibitions with artists.

United States Courthouse Los Angeles by SOM Architects

Los Angeles Architecture Designs

Los Angeles architecture design news – Hitoshi Abe (Japan, formerly at department of architecture and urban design at UCLA) and Qingyun Ma (China, leaving USC School of Architecture in June) discuss L.A. Architecture, reports the LA Times.