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BIG elevates residential blocks on stilts for planned miami development


meanwhile, at ground level, a series of existing warehouses will be restored and re-programmed to create a vibrant destination.

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BV doshi: interview with the 2018 pritzker prize winner


coinciding with the release of AD india's latest issue, designboom speaks with the acclaimed indian architect.

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BIG’s shenzhen energy mansion is a ‘subtle mutation of the classic skyscraper’


the building's skin has been developed to maximize sustainable performance and workplace comfort in china's subtropical climate.

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steven holl wins university college dublin’s future campus competition


at the center of the campus, the main building features prismatic forms inspired by the geology of the giant's causeway.

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respite pavilion by graeme massie comprises three rectangular concrete planes


the scheme was commissioned as part of an arts strategy that aims to reconnect hospital patients, staff, and visitors to the wider landscape.

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studio FH adds dormitories and classrooms to a college campus in uganda


local materials and construction techniques were used throughout the design, including manually compressed stabilized soil blocks.

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shigeru ban examines different prototypes for refugee settlement in kenya


on july 23, 2018, the japanese architect visited the camp to check in on the range of structures that have been completed so far.

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zaha hadid architects plans ‘mercury tower’ as part of major redevelopment project in malta


importantly, the destination's heritage structures will be renovated as integral parts of the project.

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BIG’s proposed ‘lanescraper’ could become australia’s tallest building


the project has been designed as two interlocking towers, each comprising a series of stacked volumes that contain a variety of different programs.

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this digitally fabricated ‘smart slab’ is half the weight of a conventional concrete ceiling


the slab, which is just 20 millimeters at its thinnest point, has been realized as part of 'DFAB house' – a project underway in switzerland.

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