StreetDome by CEBRA and Glifberg+Lykke

StreetDome grows from the surrounding skate park, sheltering facilities for skateboarding, climbing, and basketball. According to the architects, ‘StreetDome’s overall ambition is to set new standards for unorganised sports in urban areas.’

Steve McQueen ‘Ashes’ at Thomas Dane London

SteveMcQueen, Ashes, 2014. ©Louis Vuitton / Jérémie Souteyrat. Courtesy of Espace Louis Vuitton Tokyo In his latest exhibition held at Thomas Dane Gallery in London, Steve McQueen is presenting two new works. The first,  Ashes  (۲۰۱۴), is installed in the gallery as an installation projection with sound.

۱۰۰PP by Ministry of Design

100PP adds a unique profile to the neighbourhood’s otherwise conventional skyline. ۱۰۰PP’s distinctive, rather precarious form emerged from MOD’s interest in maximising views and access to fresh air on the building’s seafront site.

Altuzarra Launch by Alexandre de Betak

Alexandre de Betak designed the event space for Altuzarra’s Target launch. American mass retailer Target tapped Joseph Altuzarra for its affordable designer collaboration series.

Master Plan for the Public Administrative Town, Designed by the Team of Balmori Associates, H Architecture, and Haeahn Architecture

MPPAT_Balmori_Aerial_HERO By merging landscape and architecture, this plan aims to create a new seat of government for South Korea—and a new form of urbanism.

Marimekko Collections by Kustaa Saksi

Kustaa Saksi's collaboration with Marimekko creates an escape from the hectic everyday life by bringing elements of nature into the urban environment. Finnish artist Kustaa Saksi makes his debut for Marimekko in the spring/summer 2015 home and fashion collections. He was inspired by the invigorating feeling of freedom one can experience when faced with the force of nature.

Justin Adian’s new show ‘Strangers’

Justin Adian, 'Strangers', Skarstedt Gallery London 2014 At the beginning of Frieze Week Justin Adian opened his first even UK exhibition,  Strangers  at Skarstedt London. The American artist has worked on a series of new paintings for the show, these new pieces look at the relationship Adian has with his works and what happens to this bond once his paintings leave the familiar environment of the studio.

First Look: Antoine Predock’s Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Fourteen years in the making, the imposing and controversial museum opened this fall.

Voices from Venice by Caroline James

The video includes one-on-one interviews with five female architects at the 2014 Venice Biennale. Five female architects discuss their backgrounds in architecture, personal design strategies, experiences with specific projects, and the issue of gender in architecture.

Enlightenment in the Dark at the Turner Prize

James Richards, 'Rosebud 2013' HD Video 13 minutes, Courtesy the Artist, Cabinet, London and Rodeo, Istanbul The Turner Prize nominees exhibit mostly in the dark this year, reliant as they are – with the exception of Ciara Phillips – on the medium of video. Huddled away in a corner of Tate Britain, the pieces are most suitable for the particularly contemplative observer: one willing to sit still for over two hours considering sexually explicit images that have fallen foul of Japanese censors (James Richards); the rise of capitalism (Duncan Campbell); and frenzied ramblings influenced by experimental poet Henri Chopin (Tris Vonna-Michell). The answer as to who must win, then, surely hinges on which artist is able to make the unlit and long-winded wonderful.

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Architect Mahmood Fallahian

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