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Exhibition of works by Kirill Chelushkin opens at Galerie Rabouan Moussion in Paris

yesterdayArts : Artdaily

Kirill Chelushkin lives and works between Paris and Moscow. He trained at the Moscow Academy of Architecture before dedicating himself to drawing, and then to video and sculpture. He draws with graphite on canvas, sculpts in polystyrene and projects his videos onto the mass that has been created in this way. Show More Summary

AMD announces more energy efficient processors ahead of Zen architecture rollout

AMD has announced three new processors. Say hello to the A10-7860K, A6-7470K and Athlon X4 845. AMD is still working towards releasing the next platform and refreshing its product line with a wave of processors codenamed "Zen" later in 2016, but today's announced chips bring to the table improved energy efficiency and cooler performance utilizing current tech.

How Allied Works Is Rebelling In The Age Of Vapid Architecture

Brad Cloepfil tells Co.Design why models matter more than ever in our rendering-obsessed culture. Allied Works Architecture—a firm with offices in Portland and New York—has earned a reputation for remarkably evocative, poetic buildings infused with inventive materials, textures, and forms. Show More Summary

New Cinema Series Brings Art And Architecture To The Big Screen

A series of new films about the world’s greatest works of art and their environs is debuting this winter at select U.S. movie theaters.

The Unexpectedly Cracked “Oviraptor” Lamp Lights Up Desktops

Central Saint Martins grad Merve Kahraman’s work has landed her in architecture and design studios across the globe. She’s even spent some time as one of the creatives at Tom Dixonm’s celebrated label. Her newest creation is a… The post The Unexpectedly Cracked “Oviraptor” Lamp Lights Up Desktops appeared first on Selectism.

Multi-functional space-saving loft squeezed into small San Francisco condo

If you don't have a lot of space with which to work when designing an apartment, you have to be creative. Architecture firm ICOSA has certainly done that with its Domino Loft. A multi-functional space in a small condo combines a bedroom,...Show More Summary

Immersive installation by Allied Works Architecture spotlights rarely seen aspect of firm's creative practice

last weekArts : Artdaily

The first comprehensive exhibition exploring the sculptures and drawings of Allied Works Architecture debuts at the Denver Art Museum. Presented within an immersive installation designed by Allied Works, the exhibition features a cross-section of over 60 works made over the past 15 years, the majority of which have never been presented publicly. Show More Summary

Why Frank Lloyd Wright's Work Starred in a 1920s Avant-Garde Dutch Magazine

One of a small run of special issues of the Dutch architecture magazine Wendingen devoted to Frank Lloyd Wright in the 1920s. All images courtesy the Ryerson and Burham Library unless otherwise noted During the 1910s and '20s, Frank Lloyd...

Exhibitions of works by Louise Despont and Jennifer Bartlett opens at the Drawing Center

2 weeks agoArts : Artdaily

Energy Scaffolds and Information Architecture is the first solo museum exhibition for Louise Despont, an artist best known for using compasses, stencils, and rulers to create intricate and deeply meditative drawings on ledger paper.Show More Summary

Syrian Refugees' Miniature Models Celebrate Threatened and Demolished Landmarks

Syrian artists working in the Za'atari refugee camp in Jordan, who are making models of lost or threatened architecture and archeological sites. All photos by UNHCR/Christopher Herwig. While the tragic destruction of architectural and archeological treasures by ISIS continues—Iraq's oldest...

Tour Noted Architect Josep Lluis Sert's Work in the Boston Area

Photo via Josep Lluís Sert was dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Design for 16 years beginning in 1953 and a principal at a Cambridge-based architecture firm. During that time, the Barcelona-born Sert, who died in 1983...

Oddments and Epigrams

 Interventions in Bollington Continuity in Architecture and Bollington Arts Centre are pleased to present: Oddments and Epigrams. An exhibition showcasing work undertaken in Bollington by postgraduate students at the Manchester School of Architecture. For the past few months, the college has been... (more...)

Netflix clamping down on proxies, expects to stop them working within weeks

3 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets :

Netflix is going to start cracking down on proxy users. Those using proxies and unblockers to access content outside of the country they’re in, the Vice President of Content Delivery Architecture, David Fullagar, […]

2016 Pritzker Prize Winner Alejandro Aravena's Work in Photos

Mathematics School, Universidad Católica de Chile (Santiago, Chile, 1999)—Photo by Tadeuz Jalocha courtesy of Elemental The big news is out! The 2016 Pritzker Prize, considered the Nobel Prize of architecture, has just been awarded to 48-year-old Chilean architect Alejandro Aravena....

Alejandro Aravena: What his Pritzker win says about architecture's top prize

Alejandro Aravena, a 48-year-old architect based in Santiago, Chile, on Wednesday was named the winner of the Pritzker Prize, the top honor in the field. Carolina A. Miranda, who reported on the work of Aravena and other Chilean architects of his generation for The Times last year, joined Times...

2016 Pritzker Prize awarded to Chilean architect Alejandro Aravena

Chilean architect Alejandro Aravena, 48, has been named winner of architecture’s most prestigious award, the Pritzker Prize. The jury praised the architect for his dedication to public service, and his prolific body of work that includes low-cost social housing and post-disaster architecture. Show More Summary

Under Cover: Secret Swiss Military Bunkers Hide in Plain Sight

Throughout the rolling hills of rural Switzerland, tucked inside idyllic works of regional vernacular architecture, lie disguised fortifications of a country...

The Wave: an abandoned urban lot is revived as a thriving performance arts space

The industrious members of Sitio Eriazo comprise recent graduates from theater, art, and architecture schools who work together in a non-hierarchal organization. Their aim is to restore the beauty of the Valparaíso’s UNESCO-designated historic site to other parts of the city. Show More Summary

Frank Lloyd Wright's Work Inspires Nature Photographer's Stunning Portfolio

Behind the Lens looks at architectural photographers both professional and amateur, examining how they got their start, stories from their portfolios, and tricks to capturing great design. Have a lensman in mind? Send link to portfolios (no photo files) to...

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