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Curbed DC: Revisiting the AIA Gold Medal Winners, Now on Show in D.C.

Almost every year, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) bestows their highest accolade, the Gold Medal, to architects whose works are regarded as having a long-lasting influence on the theory and practice of architecture. Starting June 25, the Architects...

Curbed National: Curbed's Guide to Architectural Tourism Across the Country

Courtesy One World Observatory You can scan social media and admire great architecture and design from afar, but there's something to be said about seeing a great work in its natural environment. The 4th of July is fast approaching,...

Work Intermediation Platforms – The Emergence of New Labor Services Ecosystems

Categories: Procurement Systems & Architecture, Services Procurement & Contingent Labor, Services Procurement & Contingent Labor Management, Technology Tags: PRO Work Intermediation Platforms (WIPs) are emerging and evolving—not just...Show More Summary

Miniature Recreations of Philadelphia’s Decaying Architecture

Drew Leshko is preserving a slice of Philadelphia history that would otherwise go unnoticed or get torn down by the city’s powers that be. “The work examines gentrification and history, how historical relevance is determined, and most importantly, what is worth preserving,” reads a statement on the artist’s blog. Show More Summary

Revisiting Julius Shulman’s Modernist Architecture Photography

Julius Shulman was a creative who produced both artwork and documentation of a specific time period. Shulman’s work focused on Modernism, and archiving architecture that felt similar to something one might see in a certain era of… The post Revisiting Julius Shulman’s Modernist Architecture Photography appeared first on Selectism.

Tiny Architecture: Works by Frank Lloyd Wright and More Get the Tiny Treatment

All photos via Atlas of Interiors Once in awhile, the stars align and everything is suddenly right on the Internet. That was just the case when our browsers fell upon Atlas of Interiors, a user-uploaded encyclopedia of architecture in dollhouse...

Madrid apartment "works like a Swiss Army knife"

5 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Following its novel renovation of Madrid apartment Didomestic, architecture firm Elii took on a similarly quirky makeover of another flat in Spain's capital. Susaloon features flexible folding furniture installed throughout in a bidShow More Summary

This Picture Was Made With Over 1 Million ‘Minecraft’ Blocks

You can build incredible things in Minecraft, from a space shuttle to Minas Tirith to a working computer. But even the coolest architectural wonder pales next to this ridiculous piece created by a pixel art master known as Thorlar Thorlarian.

Remembrances: Dion Neutra On Working With His Father, Richard, and Preserving the Neutra Legacy

Dion Neutra began working with his dad, Richard, at age 11, and and also devoted his life to design and architecture. All images via Dion Neutra unless otherwise noted. If you call the Neutra Museum in Los Angeles and get...

Architectural Record Magazine Sold (But Will It Survive?)

“Record’s influence extends well beyond its core readership of professionals. Corporate executives, facilities managers, related professionals, and others who work with architects scout talent and note trends via Record. The magazine...Show More Summary

Edward Cella Art + Architecture opens exhibition focusing on the work of Patrick Angus and Stuart Sandford

last weekArts : Artdaily

Edward Cella Art + Architecture announces Looking, an exhibition focusing on the artworks of Patrick Angus (1953-1992) and Stuart Sandford (b. 1978). Looking features drawings, photographs and sculptures by these two artists, who despite...Show More Summary

A Designer Ponders What Atheist Architecture Would Look Like

As someone whose knowledge of architecture boils down to "That building looks tall," it's fascinating to see the work of Kacper Chmielewski. He knows that if you visit a lot of cities, especially in Europe, the most beautiful buildings...Show More Summary

A simple design innovation let a Chinese entrepreneur build a 57-story skyscraper in 19 days

Broad Sustainable Building, a Chinese architecture company, recently constructed a 57-story, 800 apartment building in 19 working days.  It's called Mini Sky City. The man behind it is Zhang Yue, a Chinese entrepreneur with an Elon Musk-ian...Show More Summary

Petrolicious shows Mercedes 280SL as architecture in motion

Petrolicious shows how a pagoda-roof 1969 Mercedes 280SL continues to inspire the work of an architect in California. Continue reading Petrolicious shows Mercedes 280SL as architecture in motion Petrolicious shows Mercedes 280SL as architecture in motion originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 16 Jun 2015 20:02:00 EST. Show More Summary

Luca Nichetto’s Asymmetrical Cone “Laurel” Side Tables

Nichetto is the brand name of Luca Nichetto, an Italian designer working across architecture, interior and furniture design. Nichetto has offices in Venice and Stockholm and specializes in sofas that look mid-century but are actually… The post Luca Nichetto’s Asymmetrical Cone “Laurel” Side Tables appeared first on Selectism.

Curbed Seattle: Who Will Finally Buy This Milton Stricker Gem in Seattle?

What do you people have against Milton Stricker? The guy's a Frank Lloyd Wright disciple! His work forms the basis for Organic Architecture! Clearly, Washington homebuyers are not impressed. His 3-bedroom in the city's Duvall neighb' sat on the...

Portraiture of The British at Work and Play in the 1930s

Edwin Smith (1912 – 1971) was an English photographer. He is best known for his distinctive vignettes of English gardens, landscapes, and architecture. But some of his finest work is portraiture. Workers sitting on steps outside the Guildhall, Newcastle-upon-Tyne St. Show More Summary

Curbed Seattle: Tour a $1.39M Midcentury Designed by an Oscar Nominee

When he wasn't being nominated for an Oscar for Best Art Direction in Hollywood, John Detlie was busy designing another kind of art, homes. He puts his University of Pennsylvania architecture degrees to work designing houses all over, including...

Collection Rotation: Leef Smith

Sometime in the winter of 2001/2002 I saw the ORGANIC/INORGANIC Selections from the Permanent Collection of Architecture and Design show at SFMOMA, in which the work of the L.A. artists Form:uLA Dimension Laboratory particularly struck me. The strangely assembled, sleek black forms felt other-worldly, unbuildable, and slightly menacing, like insects ready to pounce or a […]

Globe Trotting: Japanese 'Moon House' Features Curved, Calming Interior

All photos by Kenta Hasegawa courtesy Fumiaso Architecture & Associates Commissioned to design a home for working parents and their kagikko—"key children" who let themselves in when they get home from school—architect Fumi Aso added another entry to the list...

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