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Geothermal And VRF Provide Best Of Two Worlds
Ground-source heat pumps and variable-refrigerant flow zoning work together to save a lot of energy for an Ohio institution. At Miami University's Elliott and Stoddard Halls in Oxford, Ohio, the combined energy efficiency of variable-refrigerant-flow (VRF) systems and ground-source heat pumps (GSHP) is clearly displayed.
Tornado Devastated Alabama Town Rebuilds With Brick
In the face of natural disasters, communities often demonstrate remarkable resilience, determination, and unity. One such example is the story in which tornado devastated Alabama Town rebuilds with brick as a symbol of strength and durability. This article delves into the journey of this town as it overcame the destruction and embarked on a path of renewal and rebuilding, showcasing the significance of brick in their recovery process.
Piero Lissoni Announces The Opening Of A New Architectural Studio In New York
Piero Lissoni announces the opening of a new architectural studio in New York. Renowned Italian architect and designer Piero Lissoni has recently announced a groundbreaking collaboration with a prestigious American architecture office, marking an exciting venture that promises to push the boundaries of architectural design and innovation.
Norman Foster Creates A Forward-thinking Emergency Shelter At The Venice Biennale
Norman Foster creates a forward-thinking emergency shelter at the Venice Biennale. A set of rapid-assembly structures that can be created on site and that are resistant to the weather following natural disasters have been unveiled by the British architect Norman Foster.
Neom Designs On Display At The Venice Architecture Biennale
Neom designs on display at the Venice Architecture Biennale. Large-scale models of The Line and other projects of Saudi Arabia's contentious Neom project are on display at the Zero Gravity Urbanism show during the Venice Architecture Biennale.
A Project By A Laurentian Architecture Graduate Is Recognized
A project by a Laurentian architecture graduate is recognized. The research conducted for this project by Erica Gomirato examines a potential mixed-use development in Toronto with the intention of repurposing the city's historic Dominion Foundry buildings.
OMA Adds A "Jewelry Box" To Tiffany & Co.'s Fifth Avenue Flagship
OMA adds a "jewelry box" to Tiffany & Co.'s Fifth Avenue flagship. OMA's New York office has finished renovating Tiffany & Co's main shop in Manhattan, adding a three-story glass expansion to the venerable jewelry store.
26 Projects Chosen For The European Award For Architectural Heritage Intervention 2023
26 projects chosen for the European Award for Architectural Heritage Intervention 2023. There were a total of 241 projects that were submitted from 28 different countries across Europe.
The Czech Pavilion Addresses The Issue Of Unstable Employment Conditions At The 2023 Venice Architecture Biennale
The Czech Pavilion addresses the issue of unstable employment conditions at the 2023 Venice Architecture Biennale. The Czech Republic's National Pavilion displays "The Office for a Non-Precarious Future" at the 18th International Architecture Exhibition at La Biennale di Venezia.
Kossmanndejong Appointed Exhibition Designer For Los Angeles' La Brea Tar Pits By NHMLAC
Kossmanndejong appointed exhibition designer for Los Angeles' La Brea Tar Pits by NHMLAC. The Natural History Museums of Los Angeles (NHMLAC) has chosen Kossmanndejong (KDJ) to oversee the design of exhibition spaces and develop visitor experiences to redesign the La Brea Tar Pits.
A Father-son Architectural Team From Michigan Will Exhibit Their Work In Venice
A father-son architectural team from Michigan will exhibit their work in Venice. The motivation that John and Christopher Myefski, a father and son duo who graduated from the University of Michigan, discovered in the buildings designed by the renowned architect Albert Kahn all across the university's campus has carried them all the way to Venice.
The Design Educates Awards 2023 Announce Their Winners
The Design Educates Awards 2023 announce their winners. Applicants came from 40 different nations for the 2023 season. The majority of submissions are for buildings, although designers of products, installations, and services are now showing interest in the prize as it gains notoriety.
Competition For A New Design Visitor Center At Butrint Was Won By Kengo Kuma & Associates
The competition for a new design visitor center at Butrint was won by Kengo Kuma & Associates. Kengo Kuma & Associates has been chosen after an international competition to create the new visitor center for Butrint National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site on Albania's Ionian coast.
Pavilion Of Bahrain Pushes Boundaries With Innovative Cooling Infrastructures
The Pavilion of Bahrain pushes boundaries with innovative cooling infrastructures at the 2023 Venice Architecture Biennale. During the 18th International Architecture display of La Biennale di Venezia, the Kingdom of Bahrain will be showcasing a pavilion display named "Sweating Assets."
Norman Foster Eager To Engage In Dialogue With King Charles On The Future Of Architecture
Architectural visionary Norman Foster eager to engage in dialogue with King Charles on the future of architecture. Renowned architect Sir Norman Foster, the visionary behind iconic structures such as the Gherkin in London and Apple Park in California, has expressed his keen interest in engaging in a meaningful conversation about architecture with the future monarch, King Charles.
The Canadian Pavilion At The 2023 Venice Architecture Biennale Investigates Housing Alienation
The Canadian Pavilion at the 2023 Venice Architecture Biennale investigates housing alienation. The Canadian Pavilion is set to present an intriguing exploration of housing alienation at the 2023 Venice Architecture Biennale. The exhibition, titled "Not For Sale", promises to contribute to the larger conversation of how we will live together in the future.
The Barcelona Architecture Festival Kicks Off With Five Ephemeral Installations
The Barcelona Architecture Festival kicks off with five ephemeral installations. The 2023 Barcelona Architecture Festival kicked off in style last weekend, with the unveiling of five stunning ephemeral installations designed by some of the world's leading architects.
Controversy Surrounds King Charles' Coronation And Its Impact On Architecture
Controversy surrounds King Charles' coronation and its impact on architecture. The forthcoming coronation of King Charles III has sparked intense debate within the architectural community, as concerns are raised about the potential impact of his reign on the future of architecture.