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 Two sister media corporations came together in the form of a set of ultra-thin media towers designed by REX to house their headquarters. Inspired by the Arab Masharabiya pattern these two stone clad building’s façade of arrayed retractable sunshades reference traditional Arab iconography in their efforts to block the Middle East’s “unrelenting sun.” Courtesy of REX […]

The RUPP Arena opened its doors to the public in 1976 and has grown to be a pivotal element in the Lexington downtown. Built in an era when modernist architecture was booming, the design portrayed purity in its formal composition with the use of steel cladding for the main hall. The cream all-round exterior painting […]

In a time where architects strive to design the next big thing in architecture, something unique, unusual, never been seen before, and undoubtedly iconic, how do we begin to design around these structures? With so many deemed iconic pieces of architecture being designed and built, it seems that architects are in a constant unspoken competition, […]

The French studio “X-TU” Architects perceived the competition-winning French pavilion for the 2015 Milan Expo design proposta that responds implicitly to the expo thème “Feeding the Planet. Energy for life”. They introduce a unique construction established around a vision of the market hall as a “le centre” for agricultural produzione. Courtesy of  “X-TU” Architects “At the […]

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The High Museum of Art, located in Atlanta/Georgia/USA will exhibit innovative “dream cars” hailing from Europe & USA, on behalf of a major exhibition displaying innovation in automotive custom-design. These automotives will represent some of the most extraordinary, ingenious vehicles by Ferrari, Bugatti, General Motors (GM) and Porsche, from early 1930s until the twenty-first century. […]

The promiscuous cube is a part of public square in West Hollywood, California which strives to create both magnificence and openness with a relatively smaller area. Courtesy of Varouzhan Torosdamy and Evan Emery The process started with investigative research of architectural and aesthetic application of certain 2D forms created by scripting software which were later turned […]

The French studio “X-TU” Architects perceived the competition-winning French pavilion for the 2015 Milan Expo design proposta that responds implicitly to the expo thème “Feeding the Planet. Energy for life”. They introduce a unique construction established around a vision of the market hall as a “le centre” for agricultural produzione. Courtesy of  “X-TU” Architects “At the […]

 3xLP is Nicholas Bruscia and Christopher Romano’s iteration of an architectural screen which was awarded a first place in Tex-Fab’s digital fabrication competition, SKIN. Their winning entry of a structural, textured metal system is been given an opportunity to be developed into a facade by Zahner. The designers’ exploration of the relationship between academia and […]

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  • Paolo Vanturella architect Austrian pavilion Expo2015 proposal

    Paolo Vanturella architect Austrian pavilion Expo2015 proposal

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    Paolo Vanturella architect Austrian pavilion Expo2015 proposal

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  • Mandaworks and Hosper Sweden win urban design competition for Trenčín, Slovakia

    Mandaworks and Hosper Sweden win urban design competition for Trenčín, Slovakia

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    Mandaworks and Hosper Sweden win urban design competition for Trenčín, Slovakia

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  • Wine Culture Centre Architectural Competition

    Wine Culture Centre Architectural Competition

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    We would like to draw your attention to the competition “Wine Culture Center” promoted by YAC in partnership with Foster + Partners, 5+1 AA, The Plan Magazine, Bologna University, Rome University, Venice IUAV University, Santa Fé University and many other Public Institutions. This is the challenge YAC offers the designers, proposing to transform Valpolicella’s old […]

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  • OMA wins Axel Springer Berlin HQ competition

    OMA wins Axel Springer Berlin HQ competition

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    OMA wins Axel Springer Berlin HQ competition

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Maud Vantours, a French artist trained in design from the Parisian school Duperré specializes in textiles and material research. Her expertise have led her to work in some of the biggest fashion houses, such as, Guerlain, Tag Heuer, YSL or Lancôme, among others. Courtesy of Maud Vantours Her main focus and passion lies in the art […]

3-D Systems’ Chefjet and Chefjet Pro are the world’s first 3-D food printers that were presented at the Consumers Electronic Show in Las Vegas. This fascinating technological applications illustrates the ability to create a multiple supply of specific goods in unique 3-D structural forms. Courtesy of 3-D Systems  Liz von Hasseln The printer is roughly the […]

Milan design week 2014, NIKE in reciprocally cooperation with Taiwanese founder of Miniwiz, Arthur Huang forwards the “aero-static dome” which is considered as a monumental pavilion towering over the city’s palazzo Clerici, constituting simultaneously the masterpiece for the world premier of the Kobe 9 elite low HTM. Courtesy of Miniwiz, Arthur Huang The visual outcome for […]

It’s an inescapable fact that 3D printing has changed design, just as any new and powerful technology would. Harker’s headdresses are a test of today’s technology and open us up to new possibilities that 3D printing has afforded to the world of fashion and product design. Courtesy of  Joshua Harker The piece is definitely a test […]

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