Urban architecture is no stranger to criticism and failure. Consider the work of Le Corbusier "whose legacy of urban plans...has been mythologized and often maligned."
18th Green at Olympic Course - courtesy of Kyle Franz Biggest Story – Part One – The Olympic Course Delays March 20 th - “Work has finally begun on the 2016 Olympic golf course after delays caused by a legal dispute over ownership of the site. Show More Summary
New York City-based artist Jenny Polak has long dealt with issues of citizenship and legality through her site-specific and socially-engaged projects. Drawing heavily on her background in architecture, but working across a variety of media, Polak’s work brings human scale to the urgent politics of immigration in the US. Here, we spoke about her recent […]
Photographer Bob Estremera has cast his lens on the minutia of NYC architecture to capture in high-contrast black-and-white shots the details most passersby don't even notice. His work is highlighted on Curbed NY today in a slideshow devoted to faces...
The University of Canberra Student Architecture Society are pleased to announce the Graduate Exhibition, showcasing the talent of students in both the Masters of Architecture and Bachelor of Architecture courses from the University of Canberra in 2013. These end-of-semester works are themed according to the studies of each course, with the Masters’ theme ‘Interrupt’ under the [...]
Last week, over at the Architectural Association in London, a new exhibition continuing the work of the British Exploratory Land Archive opened up, an ongoing collaboration between myself and architects Mark Smout & Laura Allen of Smout...Show More Summary
BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art presents a site-specific collaborative commission by artist Sara Barker and Ryder Architecture. Barker and Ryder worked together to produce an ambitious new sculptural work for BALTIC?s remodelled Level 2 gallery, which explores and responds to the volume and architecture of the space. Show More Summary
Dave Eggers' new book The Circle is a creepy tale about a tech company—which is proving to be annoying to people who actually work in tech. It's also overhyped and may have even ripped off another Silicon Valley story. But the thing that Eggers gets the most wrong in The Circle, according to design critic Alexandra Lange, is The Circle itself. Read more...
The ubiquitous office cubicle has redefined how much privacy pencil-pushers can expect during their daily grind, but a new office block in downtown Shanghai by AIM Architecture goes much further than this. The futuristic-looking workplace...Show More Summary
Eugène Atget was a French photographer noted for his photographs documenting the architecture and street scenes of Paris. An inspiration for the surrealists and other artists, his work gained wide attention only after his death. He picked...Show More Summary
Coastline Homes of Maine has announced its new Energy-Smart line of sustainable modular homes, and has proudly unveiled its first working Energy-Smart display model. Built in partnership with Keiser Homes, Coastline’s new Energy-Smart...Show More Summary
Hackaday had an amazing opportunity to sit down with [Ivan Godard] who discussed the Mill CPU development which his company — Out of the Box Computing — has been working on for about a decade. The driving force behind Mill development is that optimizations to existing architectures can only get you so far. Show More Summary
Project of the Year and the Emilio Ambasz Award for Green Architecture, an initiative of AI and the EU, is open to architects, designers, landscape architects, researchers and students. All are invited to submit work designed or written since 2009. Show More Summary
If you know even the slightest about modern architecture you're familiar with the work of Frank Gehry. What you might not know is that it's not just buildings that Gehry has used to express his creative mind. LINK (via: Visual News)
The Viceroy: Would you "slog it for days/weeks eating Takeout Chicken in front of the TV in your unders" in this room? We love design and architecture superteam Roman and Williams for their work at Ace Hotel New York, Standard NYC and Viceroy New York. Show More Summary
One week after winning a prestigious design award, Cameron Sinclair and Kate Stohr have left Architecture for Humanity, the humanitarian design organisation they founded in 1999 and that currently counts 59 chapters in 16 countries. More »
The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University announced the appointment of Alec Hathaway as Associate Curator of Architecture and Design. Hathaway is an accomplished architect, having worked on a diverse portfolio of projects in both New York and California. Show More Summary
A few months ago I was in NYC checking out all the latest gadgets and accessories at a tech conference. A small company called inNuevo caught my eye. It is primarily an architectural and design firm whose recent work includes the beautiful renovation for the historic Howard Theater at Washington, DC’s Howard University. The company is now […]
For all the effort, skill and time it takes to produce a typical work of origami, the result can be ephemeral, limited by the delicate nature of paper. But...
Huffington Post Reader Question Dear Steve, I went to a University, earned a BS and MS in Architecture and Design. Had an extremely hard time finding work after college, like most. When i did find work, it payed far less than all projections the university or my own research showed. Show More Summary