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Viennese artists create two dramatic, architecture-based installations

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At almost the same time, the Viennese artist collective Steinbrener/Dempf & Huber opened two highly conspicuous ?comments? on the architecture of their city in November. Visible from afar, the eye-catching works caused a great stir. Both artworks are equally a homage to the architecture of the early 20th century in New York. Show More Summary

From Responsive to Adaptive Environments

  This article aims at speculating on the differences between the terms “responsive” and “adaptive” architecture, starting from the work of Gordon Pask. The project Musicolour is an interactive installation in which the author played with the concept of synaesthesia.... Read More

A journey to Isamu Noguchi's last work

Welcome back to Critical Eye, Alexandra Lange's incisive, observant, curious, human- and street-friendly architecture column for Curbed. In this edition, Lange journeys to Sapporo, Japan, on a pilgrimage to experience Isamu Noguchi's last work. Show More Summary

From Responsive to Adaptive Environment

  This article aims at speculating on the differences between the terms “responsive” and “adaptive” architecture, starting from the work of Gordon Pask. The project Musicolour is an interactive installation in which the author played with the concept of synaesthesia.... Read More

Design your home like an opera set

A night out can influence a day’s work. Such was the case for the architecture and real-estate development firm DDG’s designer Michael Zaragoza. When he went to see a production by Apotheosis Opera, a fledgling New York company that aims to expand the medium’s reach, he thoroughly enjoyed the singing but found the sets inferior. So […]

BIG unveils floating mixed-use building for Amsterdam with cascading zero-energy apartments

Just when you think green design has grown stagnant, Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) comes around with a groundbreaking new scheme that turns architecture upside down. Excited to finally work in Amsterdam, BIG and Barcode Architects have unveiled...Show More Summary

HPE demonstrates memory-driven computing prototype

HPE has successfully demonstrated that its memory-driven computing prototype works, taking it one step closer to redefining the future of computing architecture.

Grand retrospective surveying the work of Walter Pichler spanning five decades opens in Salzburg

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The Museum der Moderne Salzburg presents a grand retrospective surveying the work of Walter Pichler spanning five decades. Crossing the boundaries between architecture, design, and sculpture, Pichler was one of the most idiosyncratic artists of his time. Show More Summary

The stunning shortlisted entries for the Architectural Photography Awards

Photographer Matt Emmett's career isn't about to go down the drain - as his picture of the East London Water Works Company has won first prize in a prestigious photography competition.

Wedge-shaped family home is squeezed into an awkward plot

We've covered a lot of residential architecture from Australia, and some of the most interesting has involved architects working to renovate or replace aging energy-inefficient weatherboard homes, such as the Cut Paw Paw house and Tower House, for example. Show More Summary

World Architecture Festival hits Berlin, focuses on global housing

Firms large and small alike showcased their work in the realm of global shelter In today’s unstable environmental, social, and political climate, can architects play a role in creating a more equal society? Organizers of the World Architecture...Show More Summary

A vast Louis Kahn retrospective lands at the San Diego Museum of Art

Given the substantial shadow his work continues to cast on the profession, it's a little surprising that "Louis Kahn: The Power of Architecture," a vast exhibition organized by the Vitra Design Museum in Germany and running at the San Diego Museum of Art through the end of January, is the first...

38 Amazing Vintage Photographs That Document U.S. Classroom Scenes from the Late 1800s to the Early 1900s

Frances Benjamin Johnston (1864-1952) was born during the American Civil War. Her 60-year career as a photographer began with portrait, news, and documentary work then turned to a focus on contemporary architecture and gardens, culminating...Show More Summary

How To Avoid A Post-Election Relationship Meltdown

Kaylen had worked for him for six years. He was a great boss. He'd mentored her from answering phones at the front desk to a corner office. It was a small architectural firm. However, they were doing some incredible cutting edge work, especially when it came to environmental construction. He was a good boss. Show More Summary

15 Instagrams of London's snazzy new Design Museum

It's the work of John Pawson and OMA John Pawson, the minimalist British architectural designer, teamed up with OMA on the new home of the Design Museum in London, transforming the former Commonwealth Institute building in the city’s...Show More Summary

Find tranquility in this film with Alva Noto, Ryuichi Sakamoto

Meditative sonic architecture meets a great work of modern architecture, as Alva Noto and Ryuchi Sakamoto invade Philip Johnson’s iconic Glass House. There are few locations more emblematic of contemplative modern aesthetic than Philip Johnson’s 1949 residence, a transparent box stripped of much beyond its focused proportions and structure. Show More Summary

Bob Rudd

Bob Rudd is a British painter who works in both watercolor and oil, though watercolor is his primary focus. His colorful landscape and architectural subjects are depicted with an interesting range of technique, from loose and free to more exacting. In what I feel are some of his most interesting compositions, he combines in the […]

Using pectin to advance neuron-like electronic systems

(American Institute of Physics) A team of Italian scientists have built on previous work in this field using pectin with a high degree of methylation as the medium to create a new architecture of hybrid device with a double-layered polyelectrolyte that alone drives memristive behavior. They discuss their work in this week's AIP Advances.

Prince Charles’s architectural playground might not be so bad

Poundbury, the Disneyland-like model village conceived by the Prince of Wales, is a mixed-use town that actually works Prince Charles, next in line for the British throne, is known for holding strong views on the state of architecture. Show More Summary

The San Diego Museum of Art welcomes "Louis Kahn: The Power of Architecture"

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The San Diego Museum of Art welcomes Louis Kahn: The Power of Architecture, the first retrospective of the American architect?s work in two decades. On view November 5, 2016 through January 31, 2017, the exhibition presents over 200Show More Summary

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