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Dezeen selects 15 architecture projects to look forward to in 2015, including The Broad, the Whitney, and buildings by OMA, Snöhetta and Herzog & de Meuron
Earlier this year a team of students from the University of Technology in Trondheim designed a very sustainable hut as part of a design- and building workshop. They were assisted by Rintala Eggertsson Architects and several others. The international seminar that the workshop was part of was focused on the future of eco-tourism in the Western Ghats region in India. And the main purpose of it was to find sustainable solutions, which would benefit both ...
Take a look at some of the greenest buildings ever constructed
Solar power is potentially the most powerful energy technologies of the future; we look at how some innovative companies in the sector are paving the way.
China's string of amazing hotel openings continues with the completion of the Sunrise Kempinski Hotel, Beijing.
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.
From 3D Modelling to Building Efficiency to Big Data, check out the 5 architectural trends that must not be missed this year!
A product of its times? A techno-monumentalist Blockbuster? The Vuitton Foundation, inaugurated in Paris at the end of October 2014, became the object of all the praise of the great national publications.
It's a mind-blowing year for boundary-pushing architecture. 2015 is set to see the arrival of Europe and China's tallest buildings, a New York housing block that towers over the Empire State, and a Scottish cathedral brought back from the dead.
Discover the 14 architectural trends that might define this year.
Construction and upgrades are scheduled worldwide over the next 12 months, but Berlin's new airport still isn't anywhere near ready
Whilst ‘neo-futurist architecture’ as a term evolved in the 1960’s, characterized by an ‘uninhibited architectural approach’, the prolific global mushrooming of ‘iconic’ built forms that we see in present times, spurred Team IAnD to probe the larger picture of what makes architecture iconic and what is the response it elicits…