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dubai’s latest landmark attraction is a giant picture frame


located in zabeel park, the structure is made from two 150 meter-tall towers (492 feet) connected at the top by a 93 meter (305 feet) glass bridge.

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TYIN tegnestue and rintala eggertsson complete artist-in-residence complex in norway


the project is the vision of håvard lund, a jazz musician and composer who acquired the site in 2004.

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residents of renzo piano’s new york tower will have access to BMW car sharing


as part of the plans, residents of 565 broome soho will be offered access to on-site BMW and MINI vehicles 24 hours a day via a dedicated app.

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frank gehry revises plans for mixed-use development in santa monica


'I’m very excited – it's been 30 years since I’ve had the opportunity to design an impactful project in my hometown of over 40 years,' says gehry.

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BIG unveils plans for zigzagging google campus in california with terraced roofscapes


located in moffett park on caribbean drive, the design comprises two sibling 'hillsides' that gently rise from the landscape.

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chu văn đông perches ‘forest house’ in the mountains of northern vietnam


the cabin has everything you may require for a night's stay, including a double bed and power outlets.

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yu momoeda uses fractal geometries to create tree-inspired chapel in japan


'we tried to connect the activity of the chapel to the natural surroundings seamlessly,' explains the architect.

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changing planet and changing habitat. sandra piesik asks, what next?


the exclusive essay examines themes of waste utilization, building for hurricanes, and raising awareness of cultural identity.

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interview with chris precht, co-founder of penda


designboom was in attendance at INTER_ACCION 2017, panama city's 14th international architecture congress, where we spoke with chris precht about penda's work.

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the opus: zaha hadid’s dubai development is set to open in 2018


the project, which contains a variety of residences as well as a design hotel, is defined by a void that pierces the heart of the structure.

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