In the first of a season of articles celebrating 100 years of Bauhaus,...
Liverpool selects consortium to prepare new tall buildings policy
Liverpool City Council has selected a consortium of Urban Initiatives Studio (UIS) and Chris Blandford Associates to prepare a new tall buildings policy for the city.
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.
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