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Wangjing Soho has received the Zhan Tianyou Award for engineering.
The newly established practice Vargo Nielsen Palle, led by three recently qualified architects, has won the restricted design competition NEW AARCH
Esther McCoy is best known as the architecture writer who helped shape the story of Modernism in Los Angeles.
Six projects from 1920s and 30s take centre stage at Design Museum in London to mark centenary of Russian Revolution
A multidisciplinary team lead by MVRDV and Austin-Smith:Lord has been selected for the regeneration of the Glasgow 400ha city centre ...
Ipswich is set to see two new river crossings designed by Foster + Partners, together with the comprehensive refurbishment of an existing lock, enhancing connectivity in the heart of town
Now, Dubai is about to gain another landmark. The Dubai Frame, set to open this year, is literally and figuratively a frame imposed on the overwhelming view
The former warehouse will now join the ranks of its Brooklyn-esque neighbors, as Herzog & de Meuron will transform the space into an art production factory
Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) has joined the Women in Architecture partner programme, in association with the Architects’ Journal and The Architectural Review.
To a new breed of churches, dilapidated neighbourhoods are the fallen world – and salvation lies not just in prayer but in pop-ups, vintage shops and bakeries
The design, inspired by the layout and proportions of the Corps de Logis of Paleis Het Loo, incorporates all required facilities and spaces ...
Zutphen, The Netherlands, recently gained a new one-of-a-kind park + ride car park
A Vancouver firm is the recipient of the 2017 Emerging Architectural Practice Award given by the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC).
CAB announced today the list of international architecture firms and artists who will participate in its second edition, entitled "Make New History"
MVRDV’s plans for the revitalisation of a former US army barracks will breathe new life and welcome a new era for the Franklin Mitte neighbourhood
Four new buildings on a site bordered by Dace Road, Monier Road and Smeed Road will provide 110 new homes and 6,300 sqm of commercial and light industrial space arranged around a central landscaped courtyard.
Voting has begun in Westminster’s search for the city’s best building of the last decade, recognising the capital’s cutting-edge architecture with a design excellence award.
A new exhibition at the Barbican shows how the private house has inspired some of Japan’s most extraordinary architecture

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