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The Folkestone Harbour's architect defends 'bold' leaning skyscraper idea. Following opposition from residents of Folkestone, a young architect based in London has defended the 'bold' ideas that the firm has proposed for a seaside development in that town.
The new courthouse in Toronto pushes the boundaries of what architecture can achieve. The newly constructed courthouse in Toronto welcomes visitors with a vibrant display of color.
The RIBA announces best reuse architecture projects of 2023. The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has recently named its selection of the most exemplary projects in the field of reuse architecture for the year 2023.
Saudi Arabia seeks $2.7 billion loan for controversial Neom project, encompassing the ambitious 170-mile-long city, The Line. The loan aims to fund the initial stages of the Neom project, a massive development in the northwest of the country spanning 10,200 square miles.
British Studio Hopkins Architects Unveils Stunning Indoor Tennis Centre With Undulating Timber-Coated Roof At Wimbledon
British studio Hopkins Architects unveils stunning indoor tennis centre by transforming the All England Lawn Tennis Club at Wimbledon, UK.
Capitol Hill, located in Washington, D.C., is not only home to the United States Capitol but also holds historical and cultural significance. Over the years, Capitol Hill has experienced a unique path characterized by both preservation efforts to maintain its historic charm and expansion initiatives to accommodate the evolving needs of the government and the community. This article explores the preservation expansion Capitol Hill journey, from its preservation as a historic district to the expansions that have shaped its landscape.
Anthony Timberlands Center receives two accolades at the World Architecture Festival. The University of Alberta's Anthony Timberlands Center for Design and Materials Innovation has earned two international accolades from the World Architecture Festival 2023.
Fettle restores The Georgian hotel in Santa Monica to its 1930s "glory". An art deco hotel in Santa Monica, California has been renovated by the design company Fettle. During the process, the hotel's recognizable turquoise front was updated, and the interiors were designed with inspiration from the building's original aesthetic.
Republicans want to require a single architectural style in Washington. Should the government of the United States establish an official national architectural style? Should the nation's capital exclusively have public structures based after ancient Athens or Rome?
Architect Bernard Tschumi's glazed "street" passes through the Paris university scientific center. The Henri Moissan center for biology, pharmacy, and chemistry, which has been built by Bernard Tschumi Architects and Groupe-6, has a glass interior "street" as well as bridges that connect the various areas inside the building.
WAF Awards 2023 - world’s best new buildings revealed. The tranquil mosque in Dubai, the tree-filled tower in Singapore, and the panda breeding research center in Chengdu, China, have been recognized as three of the greatest new structures in the world.
Santiago Calatrava Acquires Leonardo Da Vinci Lifetime Achievement Award For Design At Florence Biennale
Santiago Calatrava acquires Leonardo da Vinci lifetime achievement award for design at Florence Biennale. Santiago Calatrava will be presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the XIV Florence Biennale of Art and Design.
Renowned architect Sir David Adjaye withdraws from multiple projects amid sexual misconduct allegations. After charges of sexual harassment or assault were made against him by three former workers who asked not to be named in the Financial Times, prominent architect David Adjaye resigned from many jobs and planned projects. The allegations were made public by the newspaper.
Las Vegas unveils the world's biggest sphere when it was lit up to commemorate the Fourth of July in Las Vegas, the MSG Sphere featured a number of different animations, some of which included fireworks and others which included the moon.
Japan's highest skyscraper, at 330 meters, completed in Tokyo. Mori Building Co. announced on Monday that it has finished construction on Japan's tallest building, which stands at a height of 330 meters and is located in the middle of Tokyo. This building is 30 meters taller than the previous title holder.
Greece first skyscraper to be created by Foster and Partners. The Riviera Tower will serve as the focal point of the Elinikon development, which will be situated close to Athens and constructed on the land that once served as the Hellenikon Airport.
66 floors high in a New York supertall and nothing but net at this open-air basketball court. Which basketball court has the greatest open space? The Brooklyn Tower, the city's newest addition to the skyline, is giving its residents those bragging rights.
The towers of New York City are in for some bad news, according to a new research. A research that was published in May revealed that New York City is sinking under its own weight as the oceans surrounding it rise.