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A closer look at Folly 2015 entry “Balloon Swing” by Lockhart Krause Architect

Posted: Monday, January 26, 2015
The Architectural League's popular Folly competition is already underway with the recent conclusion of the 2015 call for proposals. Brisbane-based practice Lockhart Krause Architect shared their colorful proposal, "Balloon Swing", for the temporary installation competition. The winning proposal will receive a $5,000 production grant…

OAC to restore UNESCO Heritage Site Daming Palace masterplan in Xi’an

Posted: Monday, January 26, 2015
London-based practice Office for Architectural Culture was recently selected to design the redevelopment masterplan of the Daming Palace Heritage Park in Xi'an, China. Historically rich Xi'an is home to several other UNESCO Heritage Sites including the Daming Park and the infamous terracotta warriors. It was…

Jacques Rougerie Foundation International Competition results

Posted: Friday, January 23, 2015
The Jacques Rougerie Foundation recently revealed the results for their fourth International Architecture Competition, based on the Foundation's mission to provide creative opportunities for young architects and designers. The competition's topics focus on the elements of Water and Space. Out of 1,749 applications worldwide, the three top-prize…

Deadline extended for 2015 SARA | NY Design Awards

Posted: Friday, January 23, 2015
Take note! The registration deadline for the 2015 SARA | NY Design Awards has been extended to February 9. Be sure to submit your entries by February 23. The Society of American Registered Architects - New York Council is inviting all Architects, designers, engineers, artists, students, and…

Hélène Binet to receive 2015 Julius Shulman Institute Excellence in Photography Award

Posted: Thursday, January 22, 2015
Atmospheric with crisp black-and-white contrasts between natural light and built structure are some of the signature qualities that describe the work of Swiss-French photographer Hélène Binet, who was named as the 2015 Julius Shulman Institute Excellence in Photography Award. To celebrate Binet's 25-year career, the WUHO…

A preview of the “Treatise: Why Write Alone?” exhibition, publication available in March

Posted: Wednesday, January 21, 2015
The "Treatise: Why Write Alone?" project is a publication and upcoming exhibition that explores the architectural treatise as a platform for experimentation, debate, and theoretical inquiry. Organized by Bureau Spectacular founder Jimenez Lai, the project is based on the idea, "Why Write? And why write…

The winning concepts for the city of Kaliningrad in Russia

Posted: Tuesday, January 20, 2015
The results are out for the competition to redevelop the historic city center of Kaliningrad in Russia. Organized by the Kaliningrad regional government as part of the 'The Heart of the City' project, the open two-stage competition was held to find the most suitable architectural and urban-planning solution…

The Parabola Chair is still on the rise with 2014 Red Dot Award win

Posted: Tuesday, January 20, 2015
The Parabola Chair continues to make a name for itself with winning the 2014 Red Dot Design Award. The Parabola Chair first gained attention after winning the 2013 ICFF Studio Award, the GOOD DESIGN Award, and was exhibited at Bergdorf Goodman and institutions like The Chicago Athenaeum and…

“Miami 2100” exhibition addresses projected rising sea levels with resilient design

Posted: Monday, January 19, 2015
Climate change is a worldwide occurrence, but its impact can differ for individual cities. In Miami, experts project that the city will be under water in the next century. Students at the Florida International University School of Architecture highlight this issue in the "Miami 2100: Envisioning a Resilient…

Winners of the 2015 SEED Award for Excellence in Public Interest Design

Posted: Monday, January 19, 2015
The 2015 Seed Awards recently celebrated another year of some of the most impactful public interest design projects that address today's critical social, economic, and environmental issues. After rigorous deliberation, the jury selected the following six projects as this year's winners: Lakota Nation Building at…

A closer look at Thomas Phifer and Partners’ U.S. Courthouse, Salt Lake City

Posted: Friday, January 16, 2015
In light of the recently announced AIA 2015 Institute Honor Awards results, Thomas Phifer and Partners shared the details to their United States Courthouse, Salt Lake City project, which won in the Architecture category. At 10 stories high with a stark aluminum and glass facade, this…

All 126 finalists of the inaugural Knight Cities Challenge

Posted: Friday, January 16, 2015
The inaugural Knight Cities Challenge recently announced the 126 finalists that were selected out of more than 7,000 submitted proposals. The competition is seeking the best ideas that will transform the 26 Knight-invested communities into thriving places for living and working, driven by the belief that bolstering talent,…

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