In the first of a season of articles celebrating 100 years of Bauhaus,...
Kozlowski and Cardia design floating nest for Brazilian pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai
US-based architect Gabriel Kozlowski has teamed up with Gringo Cardia, Bárbara Graeff and Tripper Arquitetura to design a floating nest of tree branches for the Brazilian pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai, which will open on 20 October 2020.
Monitoring of a Building in the Philippines
The Philippines is one of the most seismic countries in the world, with 5 earthquakes with magnitude equal or greater than 7.4 on the Richter scale since 2001.
White city: the story of Bauhaus in Tel Aviv
In the first of a season of articles celebrating 100 years of Bauhaus, Patrick Kingsland looks at Tel Aviv’s White City – a collection of some 4,000 Bauhaus and International style buildings built in the 1930s by Jewish immigrants and designated a World Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2003.
Jon Danielsen Aarhus and the architecture of rural Norway
Patrick Kingsland speaks to the Oslo-based rising architectural star Jon Danielsen Aarhus about his traditional-looking rural cabins and views on the rapidly developing Norwegian capital.
Functional facilities: designing sustainable data centres
Traditional data centres consume huge amounts of energy, but give very little back. With the number of centres growing, Norwegian architecture practice Snøhetta is embarking on a project to transform them into energy-producing resources for local communities. Patrick Kingsland explores how it can be done.
Elevating urban infrastructure
Public space design is often dominated by sweeping spaces and wide terrains that give a sense of openness to crowded urban spaces. However, the winners of a new design competition for New York’s Park Avenue have created a series of elevated structures that transform the boulevard’s famous medians. Patrick Kingsland finds out about the benefits of elevated urban infrastructure.
Algorithmic design: an insight into T2.a Architects’ process
Algorithms are increasingly being used to aid design across a host of industries, and now Budapest-based T2.a Architects has incorporated the technology into a new residential building. The project’s chief architect, Bence Turanyi talks to Patrick Kingsland about how it is shaping the company’s wider design process.
Ausdrain 1.5Ml Rainwater Harvesting Tank Installed at Marsden Park
In 2018, a 1.5 million litre (Ml) Ausdrain EnviroModule2 Rainwater Tank was installed under the newly constructed Marsden Park Playing Fields.
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