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Twenty-six firms revealed in star-studded longlist for Qatar Art Mill competition

Posted: Wednesday, August 19, 2015
Qatar Museums and Malcolm Reading Consultants recently revealed a notable international longlist for the three-stage Qatar Art Mill design competition launched this past June. The winning scheme will convert an approximately 1 million square-foot flour mill into yet another art museum proposed for Doha Bay. The building…

Recap: A+D Museum celebrates grand reopening at new space in L.A.‘s Arts District

Posted: Friday, July 03, 2015
Partygoers dressed to the nines gathered at 900 East 4th Street in Downtown Los Angeles' Arts District last weekend for the Architecture and Design Museum's grand reopening gala: CELEBRATE 2015. The A+D hosts the gala every year as a fundraising benefit, with all profits going toward museum…

Details of the 2nd-prize Artling Pavilion entry by 23.5 G-Architects, Bence Pap, and Parsa Khalili

Posted: Wednesday, June 10, 2015
Singaporean online art gallery, The Artling, concluded an open competition earlier this year for the design of a weather-resilient 8,000 sq.ft pavilion structure that would house a Contemporary Asian Art exhibition. Young Singapore-based architectural practices less than 10 years old were invited to submit their proposals. Locally based…

Qatar launches three-stage international Art Mill competition for a new museum

Posted: Wednesday, June 03, 2015
As the number of museums goes up in Qatar, Qatar Museums and Malcolm Reading Consultants launched an international design competition to find an architect to convert an enormous flour mill into the Qatar Art Mill, a proposed art museum at Doha Bay. Construction of the project is currently…

The winning time capsule ideas in the 24H competition 6th edition “Memories”

Posted: Tuesday, June 02, 2015
The results are out for ideasforward's 24H competition, whose prompt — which is only revealed on competition day — highlights social issues, climate change, humanitarian causes, and modern sociologic problems. With "Memories" as the 6th edition's theme, the speedy competition challenged participants to design their own interpretation…

“Don’t throw away exhibitions, recycle them!”, advises Pronk Studio

Posted: Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Normally, exhibition-design materials just get thrown out after the end of an exhibition. Pronk Studio from Rotterdam took a more useful -- and delightfully obvious-in-hindsight -- approach: simply recycling the materials for another exhibition. Pronk plans to apply their concept in "The World in a Mirror.…

Henning Larsen Architects wins new NORR National Museum in Sweden

Posted: Thursday, April 09, 2015
In one of their latest museum projects, Henning Larsen Architects won the commission in an international competition to design the new NORR – National Museum in Östersund, Sweden. Intended to complement its surroundings, the sleek wooden structure will become part of an established culture hub that consists…

What’s next for the Guggenheim Helsinki finalists?

Posted: Sunday, January 11, 2015
The six Guggenheim Helsinki competition finalists have a few busy months ahead of them. After being shortlisted out of 1,715 entries last month, the teams will travel to the museum site in Helsinki on January 14-16, 2015. During the two-day visit, finalists will receive further technical…

Your Guggenheim Helsinki Stage One proposals are now up on Archinect!

Posted: Tuesday, December 30, 2014
Earlier this month, we launched a call to share your Guggenheim Helsinki Stage One proposals with us and the world, and the response was overwhelming! Entries could be submitted directly as project posts on people or firm profiles on Bustler's sister site Archinect, and…

A closer look at BFArchitecture’s 2nd-place Liget Budapest Museum of Ethnography entry

Posted: Friday, December 26, 2014
BFarchitecture shared their proposal from the major Liget Budapest museum competition, where three winning designs were recently announced for the multi-building expansion in Budapest's City Park. In the stiff international competition that reeled in nearly 500 entries, BFarchitecture's design won second place for the…

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