Newsmakers: Sheila O’Donnell and John Tuomey

The Dublin-based husband-and-wife partners are this year's RIBA Gold Medal winners.
 

Newsmaker: Adam Reed Tucker

Adam Reed Tucker, a Chicago-based architect, conceived the concept for Lego Architecture, an elegant series of building sets celebrated in Lego Architecture: The Visual Guide, published by DK last month.
   

First Look: Thomas Heatherwick’s Bombay Sapphire Distillery

At the center of Thomas Heatherwick’s adaptation of a historic paper mill into a production facility and visitor center for Bombay Sapphire gin, a pair of fluted glass domes erupt from the brick walls of the main distillery hall.
 

Zaha Hadid Architects Designs Cambodian Genocide Memorial

1010_Zaha_SleukRith_HERO Construction will begin next year on the memorial and institute dedicated to victims of Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge regime.
 

Voices from Venice: Conversations with Women Who Practice Architecture

Five prominent women architects speak about the profession in Voices from Venice: Conversations at the 2014 Architecture Biennale with Women who Practice Architecture.
 

Commentary: Does Helsinki Need Two Competitions?

While the Guggenheim Foundation has launched a controversial architectural competition for a museum on a waterfront site in Helsinki, a group of architects has mounted a counter-competition called The Next Helsinki. "We hope to find something better for this important site than the anachronism of another containment vessel for art," says architect, critic, and educator Michael Sorkin.
 

Newsmaker: Marco Orsini

Orsini's documentary "Gray Matters," about the life and works of Eileen Gray (1878-1976) will debut on October 15 at the Architecture and Design Film Festival in New York.
 

Lake Minnetonka Retreat House, Designed by Snow Kreilich Architects

SnowKreilich_LakeMinnetonkaRetreat_HERO With its two intersecting volumes and a bevy of views, this Deephaven, Minn., house designed by Snow Kreilich Architects is a meticulously detailed exercise in restraint.
 

Newsmaker: Ali Malkawi

Malkawi is the founding director of the new Harvard Center for Green Buildings and Cities, which will host an inaugural conference on November 7. He believes the center is uniquely positioned to rethink the design, construction, and operation of buildings to enhance their efficiency—particularly, their use of energy—and to do those things without regard to industry agendas.
 



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