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full-size version of shigeru ban’s kobe paper log house goes on view in vancouver


under the direction of the japanese architect, the vancouver art gallery has built a replica of his 15.8 square-meter structure at its offsite location.

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SGHS’ ghost-like structures at the venice biennale are models of ‘undefined architecture’


inspired by the korea pavilion for the 1970 expo in osaka, 'building states' is a project by hyun seok kang and gunho kim.

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fuksas transforms marseilles’ industrial harbor with hotel and office complex


the project is aligned with the neighboring boulevard and seeks to enliven the district through a mix of architectural styles and functions.

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mark wallinger + studio octopi use rammed stone to create secluded sanctuary in surrey


the sides of the pool are inscribed on the inner side, with the water reflecting reversed and inverted lettering.

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david chipperfield architects completes amorepacific headquarters in seoul


three roof gardens, on the 5th, 11th, and 17th floors, serve as external areas that offer views over the city and the mountains in the distance.

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california crazy: new book surveys the state’s expressive roadside architecture


from donut-topped drive-ins to owl-shaped ice cream parlors, discover the roadside structures synonymous with the west coast.

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valley XL: plans for vast cultural development in china unveiled at venice biennale


the centerpiece of the cultural destination will be an arts center designed by architect wang zhenfei of HHD FUN.

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435 projects have been ‘tattooed’ on the walls of the spanish pavilion at the venice biennale


each visitor chooses their speed and route through the exhibition, which remains in venice until november 2018, but is on view online indefinitely.

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skop’s self-sufficient school in switzerland also provides energy for 50 households


the design references the pitched roofs of the neighboring houses, the region's rural history, and the undulations of the nearby jura mountains.

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designboom interviews wang shu on historic heritage, identity, and long-term planning


we speak with the 2012 pritzker laureate to learn more about the his approach to architecture, and what he thinks is the biggest challenge facing architects today.

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