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Award-winning Japanese firm Kotaro Horiuchi Architecture has created a cave-like space within its Nagoya, Japan office that serves a multi-functional purpose. Known as Paper Cave or Fusionner2.0, this installation is a part of the firm’s three-fold series, Fusionner, which seeks to create spaces based on the activities that might take place in each one of them.
A new gallery by 163.com of 21 of the craziest buildings in China shows off some of the buildings constructed in recent decades that have been causing a stir.
The most daring piece of public art ever commissioned in the UK, Turning the Place Over is artist Richard Wilson's most radical intervention into architectur...
Kansas City Library - Kansas Although the idiom does explicitly say that you should never judge a book by its cover, in the case of Kansas City Library, we reckon it's quite alright if we do. Featuring 22 classic titles, such as Lord of the Rings, To Kill a Mockingbird and Charlotte's Web, the book-...
Green bonds are becoming a more and more attractive way of financing low carbon projects with the supply doubling in value this year.
China's string of amazing hotel openings continues with the completion of the Sunrise Kempinski Hotel, Beijing.
The role architecture plays in our everyday lives is astronomical. From the cool houses we marvel at on Freshome’s pages to historical & iconic buildin
Architecture is a fascinating line of industry that is rife with creative opportunity. Throughout history we have seen countless innovative designs from all over the world, from historical architecture of the past to the downright bizarre, the realm of building design is certainly a multi-faceted one. However, it’s not all about looks when it comes…
How soon can China's real estate market bounce back?
Take a tour of Parking Garage Shaped Like Bookshelf - Kansas City Public Library in Kansas City, United States - part of the World's Greatest Attractions tra...
As fears of global warming induced population displacement are steadily realized, the allure of waterborne aquatecture becomes more and more enticing. Designed by Alexander Asadov, this incredible floating Aerohotel features a lighter-than-air aesthetic that
In a net zero energy building the total amount of energy used by the building annually, is roughly equal to the renewable energy created on site.