Weiser Hall is Diamond Schmitt Architects’ third project at the university. This is now the home to the International Institute and associated programs of the College of Literature, Science and the Arts.
Century-old Hangzhou Normal University builds a new campus, designed by WSP ARCHITECTS, five kilometers west of the Xixi Wetland. The new campus planning consists of more than a dozen independent but fully open colleges, whose architectural style are different, forming a rich puzzle.
Planning approval for scheme by architects Gort Scott for St Hilda’s College, Oxford. The concept design features a slender tower, rooftop gardens with wild-flower planting, and a riverside pavilion. Other finalists in the architecture competition were 6a architects, DRDH Architects, Hall McKnight and Tim Ronalds Architects.
The Victorian Government approves University of Melbourne’s plan to develop the site of Melbourne’s former Royal Women’s Hospital into Australia’s leading innovation precinct.
Designed by Denton Corker Marshall the new Geoff Handbury Science and Technology Hub at Melbourne Grammar School, is a simple, singular sculptural structure. It produces compelling imagery that alludes to the scientific and technological investigations taking place within.
Designed by LMN Architects The Voxman Music Building celebrates musical performance at every turn, embracing a collaborative and exploratory student-driven model of education that treats every space as performance space.
Architects Tate Harmer win architecture competition to design a new arts, design and performance centre for York St. John University: 200-seat auditorium and flexible teaching space.
C.F. Møller Architects receive the MIPIM 2018 Award for ‘Best Healthcare Development’ for the Maersk Tower in Copenhagen.
The new Markel Center at Virginia Commonwealth University’s Institute for Contemporary Art (ICA) in Richmond has completed. The ICA design by Steven Holl Architects uses fashionable folding geometry that has become popular in this age of parametric architecture.
The grandiose Lewis Arts Complex designed by architect Steven Holl for Princeton University was born of a need to create a space entirely dedicated to the creative arts. In this project, besides experimenting with diversified architectural forms, Steven Holl has fun juxtaposing different materials.
The new gymnasium, designed by agence ENGASSER & associés, is situated on the site like a ship’s bow, facing the Louis de Cormontaigne High School building, a three-story structure housing the classrooms between the Moselle River and the canal and facing the motorway.
Jestico + Whiles has been given the go ahead for the proposed new Cavendish Laboratory building called Cavendish III at the University of Cambridge, a major new project to replace existing facilities for the Department of Physics.
The New York—based architectural firm Pei Cobb Freed & Partners has been selected to design a major expansion to IESB Brasilia, an international university based in Brazil’s capital, that will more than double the size of the campus with new facilities and open space.
This building design by STARH employs zigzag floor plans and a walkable inclined roof apparently to echo the difficulties one embraces while seeking knowledge and enlightenment.