Posts by Author: Amy Frearson

Estudio Extramuros creates 100 architectural illustrations over 100 days

Young Spanish architects Fabiola Muñoz and Carlos León have spent 100 days creating a series of 100 illustrations, featuring art and architecture by Sou Fujimoto, Peter Zumthor, Gordon Matta-Clark and more (+ slideshow). (more…)


BIG and Heatherwick rework Google HQ design for smaller Mountain View site

BIG and Heatherwick Studio have revealed their latest plans for Google's California campus, after being forced to modify their ambitious design to fit a significantly smaller site. (more…)


BIG reveals more images of Washington Redskins stadium design

BIG has now released a full set of images of its design for the new Washington Redskins American football stadium, revealing more activities that the venue could facilitate (+ slideshow). (more…)


Conran and Partners completes huge development on Tokyo’s Tama River

Terence Conran's architecture firm has completed its redevelopment of Tokyo's Futako-Tamagawa area, the city's largest building project of the last decade. (more…)


Second world war memorial mausoleum nears completion at Polish massacre site

Polish architect and sculptor Mirosław Nizio has unveiled the first photographs of a mausoleum he is building to commemorate the victims of Polish village massacres during the second world war (+ slideshow). (more…)


Gresford Architects completes energy-efficient home modelled on a traditional barn

This English countryside residence was designed by Gresford Architects to be self-sufficient, but to still look and feel like a traditional, "normal" house (+ slideshow). (more…)


Niall McLaughlin’s Hampshire Fishing Hut folds open to allow views right through

A picturesque lake in Hampshire, England, is the setting for this fisherman's hut by Niall McLaughlin Architects, which can be opened up in summer and battened down in winter (+ slideshow). (more…)


Queensland bungalow updated with contemporary interior and house-shaped extension

Architecture studio Vokes and Peters has created a new timber-panelled interior for a heritage property in Queensland, Australia, and built a new cottage-like extension at the rear (+ slideshow). (more…)


Wooden house by Suzuki Architects also contains a hair salon and a writing studio

The couple that occupy this combined home and workspace in Tokyo each have their own domain – downstairs is a salon for a hairdresser, while upstairs contains a workspace for a writer (+ slideshow). (more…)


First Chicago Architecture Biennial is a “site of experimentation” say curators

The inaugural Chicago Architecture Biennial opens to the public this weekend. Speaking at a preview today, curators Sarah Herda and Joseph Grima said the exhibition showcases architects who are carving out new ways to practice. (more…)


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