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Facebook’s News Feed just got better on slower connections

Facebook’s News Feed has now been made even better for users with slow network connections – a project the social network has been working on for some time by revamping its underlying architecture to improve the way stories are ranked and displayed in the Facebook mobile application. Show More Summary

Why timber construction is poised for a high-tech renaissance

A new exhibition at the National Building Museum in D.C. looks at the reasons behind the current rise of wooden construction Museums with a focus on architecture often find themselves slightly out of time, focused on incredible works from the past, or inspired and educated guesses about a brighter future. Show More Summary

Worlds largest passive house settlement tops off Heidelberg Village in Germany

Located on the land of a former old freight train terminal, the 116-hectare Bahnstadt celebrates sustainable architecture and diversity in its living, work, and cultural spaces all built to passive house standards for an ultra-low energy footprint. Show More Summary

Inflatable pop-up night club can disappear as soon as the party is over

BUREAU A designed SHELTER for the annual meeting of the Swiss Architectural Association (BSA/FAS). The inflatable structure is inspired by the shape of underground shelters, filtered through the theoretical work of Gaston Bachelard and...Show More Summary

This stunning home concept is built into the side of a cliff

There are dream homes, and homes of your dreams — this one is the ladder. Casa Brutale is a home made of concrete, glass, and wood, built into the side of a cliff. Architects Open Platform for Architecture (OPA) is currently is works...Show More Summary

Library Design for Modern Human Behavior

Tuesday, October 25th, 2016, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM ET / 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PTFurniture and architecture that work well together in library spaces have proven time and time again to put our instinctual fears at ease and allow us to spend those hours tucked away in the comfy chair reading a novel or at a computer completing a task. Show More Summary

Reboot of London’s long-shuttered Apple store nears completion

After being shuttered for all of 2016, Apple’s flagship Regent Street store in London will reopen on Saturday, October 15, Apple has announced. Working with Foster & Partners, the architectural firm responsible for London’s Gherkin skyscraper,...Show More Summary

A drought-tolerant English garden? Toluca Lake makeover manages to keep things green

For Sherman Oaks-based designer Karen Tandy, interior and exterior design work together in creating an inviting home base. “They work hand in hand,” Tandy says. “People need to look at a home’s architecture when they landscape.”      So, when a Toluca Lake couple hired Tandy to help them with their...

Major Sarah Oppenheimer sculptural intervention debuts at Pérez Art Museum Miami

3 weeks agoArts : Artdaily

Pérez Art Museum Miami debuted S281913, a major new work by Sarah Oppenheimer on view until April 30, 2017. Bridging art, architecture, and engineering, Oppenheimer?s intensive spatial modifications generate astonishing effects thatShow More Summary

Leading Brazilian architect to receive United Kingdom's highest honour for architecture

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The Royal Institute of British Architects announced that Paulo Mendes da Rocha, Brazil?s most celebrated living architect, will receive the 2017 Royal Gold Medal. Given in recognition of a lifetime?s work, the Royal Gold Medal is approved...Show More Summary

Map: The essential Frank Lloyd Wright

Projects from across the country—which you can still visit—that present an overview of his incredible career Few names are as ever-present in American architecture as Frank Lloyd Wright, a visionary whose work continues to serve as an inspiration, the bedrock upon which much of modernist architecture is built. Show More Summary

Kunsthaus Zürich presents 'Images of Architecture'

last monthArts : Artdaily

From 23 September to 11 December 2016 the Kunsthaus Zürich presents an exhibition on architecture as a subject for art. It comprises more than 20 works ? from small ?vedute? to magnificent paintings, photographs and sculptures by Max Ernst, Bernardo Bellotto, Francesco Guardi, Vincent van Gogh, Nicolas de Staël, Thomas Struth and many others. Show More Summary

Art Critic John Bentley Mays, 75

“His life’s work was as a critic and he was for four decades one of Canada’s great observers, interpreters and explainers of art and architecture.”

Before & After: A Historic Home Goes From Icky Green to Light & Clean

When you're lucky enough to live in a home with beautiful historic architectural features, you probably want to highlight those features with your decor. Paint can work, sure, but maybe not in this icky green color? That's what Danny and Lyndsay faced when they moved into this Portland, Maine rental. Show More Summary

Small in Japan: Tokyo’s Unique Museum of Miniature Architectural Models

The first of its kind, this Japanese museum focuses exclusively on showcasing architectural models through rotating displays of miniatures, treating these crafted works as their own subset of art. The Archi-Depot in Tokyo is a huge warehouse space with 17-foot ceilings and a dazzling array of models from everyday architects as well as famous designers alike. Each model …

Rediscovering Atlanta’s Architecture: The Georgia Archives Building

It's been likened to a big white ice cube and has served as the setting for a range of movies, including a cameo as the headquarters of a company that works on “human enhancements” in the Marvel Universe.

Four short links: 19 September 2016

Visualizing Circuits, Working on Climate Change, Cashless Challenges, Architecture & Politics OmniBlox -- visualize your BRD circuit layouts in the web browser. So purty! And open source! What Can a Technologist Do About Climate Change?...Show More Summary

Robert J. O’Brien

Robert J. O’Brien is a painter working in watercolor, originally from New York and now living and working in Vermont. O’Brien has a particular focus on architectural and floral subjects. The apparent perfection of flowers are contrasted with his choice of architectural subjects, which are often intimate, close-in views of buildings or other man-made objects […]

Thomas Girtin Watercolor

Here's a study in warm and cool by Thomas Girtin (1775-1802). He worked in watercolor and was a master of architecture. He must have been ignoring greens and possibly reds in this painting to make this a study of blue vs. raw sienna.The...Show More Summary

How to Create Stunning Architecture Photography by Painting with Light

My name is Mike Kelley. I’ve been lucky enough to travel the world and see incredible architecture while working for hotels, architects, designers, and developers. In this article, I’d like to share with you one of my favorite techniques for photographing architecture. Show More Summary

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