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domino sugar factory’s waterfront park nears completion as opening date announced


the masterplan comprises an 11-acre, mixed-use community just north of the williamsburg bridge in brooklyn.

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steven holl architects announces plans for upcoming projects in the US


the new york-based practice has won a competition to design a new building for a research institution in princeton, new jersey, while another of the firm's buildings has broken ground 100 miles west in lancaster, pennsylvania.

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pezo von ellrichshausen embeds concrete ‘loba house’ into the terrain of coastal chile


in developing the project, the design team played with perceptions of proportion to create a monolithic object with an ambiguous scale.

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furniture exchange program in shenzhen lets local residents trade their makeshift seats


the 50 chairs, each different to the next, were displayed at the 2017 bi-city biennale of urbanism architecture by huang heshan and jiang fan.

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liu xiaoliang’s scale model conveys the effects of china’s rapid urban development


'transfor' showcases the development and transformation of the city from the perspective of urban villages.

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junya ishigami’s ‘freeing architecture’ exhibition opens at fondation cartier


the display reveals the japanese architect's research into freedom, fluidity, and the future of architecture.

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OMA to expand LA’s wilshire boulevard temple with new inclined structure


'we wanted to focus on communicating the energy of gathering and exchange,' explains OMA partner shohei shigematsu.

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fuksas wins competition to build spiraling ‘capo grande tower’ in slovenia


slightly inclined towards the sea, the double ellipse structure intends to become a symbol for the port city of koper.

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plans unveiled for the world’s largest tropical greenhouse under a single dome


the scheme intends to immerse visitors in an exotic world, providing a constant temperature in a region with a notoriously poor climate.

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OMA’s BLOX project opens in copenhagen: new destination for architecture and urban solutions


the project is described by the architects as being 'a linear display of the tenets of danish modernism: monumentality, simplicity and politeness'.

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