Jiminez Lai’s Youthquake at the Graham Foundation

Treatise-JimenezLai-Hero Lai sits down to discuss his Graham exhibit "Treatise," the youth movement in architecture, and his move to L.A.
 

Innovative Detail: Wood Innovation and Design Centre

WIDC HERO.jpg Michael Green Architecture has designed the world’s tallest timber structure for the city of Prince George, British Columbia.
 

Red mirrored lattice encloses South Korean office block by Wise Architecture

A cage-like structure made from strips of mirrored metal and red plastic encases this Seoul office building by South Korean studio Wise Architecture (+ slideshow). (more…)

 

comte vollenweider architects design H16 hanger in france


environment and energy efficient high-end aircraft hanger with a distinctive diamond shaped façade

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AIA Feature: New Rules

0315z_AR_AIAFeature-HERO.png Lessons learned in finding new ways to represent architects in the 21st century.
 

Ashley Heather reclaims precious metal from circuit boards to create jewellery

Design Indaba 2015: jewellery items in this collection by South African designer Ashley Heather are made from silver salvaged from discarded electronic products. (more…)

 

inblue & inwhite by monica förster reinterpret rörstrand classics


with great sensitivity for the past, present and future of rörstrand, monica förster has created two modern collections of tableware, 'inwhite' and 'inblue'.

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stainless steel erembald bicycle features unique laser-cut pattern


eleventwentyseven's 'erembald' bicycle adds individuality to the mass-production bike scene, using laser-cutting technology to meet the needs and desires of the rider.

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tas-s architects design empty space to span sepa’s independent sections


thin slabs of concrete, both horizontal and vertical, span an 'empty space' which connects the two sides of the structure.

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