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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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daniel libeskind’s first project in china is a sweeping ark-like museum in wuhan


the design reflects the region's industrial past by referencing the city's steel and shipbuilding heritage.

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zaha hadid architects opens morpheus hotel as part of macau’s city of dreams resort


conceived as a vertical extrusion of its rectangular footprint, a series of voids is dramatically carved through the building's center.

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guido canali conceives prada’s industrial HQ as a ‘garden factory’ in tuscany


the site hosts, among other programs, the production and development divisions of the prada and miu miu leather goods collections.

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bulgari’s flagship kuala lumpur store features a marble-veined façade designed by MVRDV


to realize the project, glass reinforced concrete was cut according to the desired pattern and filled with resin then illuminated by amber LED lights.

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world trade center tower by rogers stirk harbour + partners opens in new york


NYC's fifth-tallest building has opened for business as part of the site's ongoing development.

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