CRA and BIG to design the Singapore's new Tower for Capitaland
The 280m tall high-rise on 88 Market Street, jointly designed by CRA-Carlo Ratti Associati and BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group is an oasis in the bustling Central Business District of Singapore.
Coupee Croisee: a minimal house into the green Ville Mont Royal
A dialogue between minimalism and natural materials, the one described by the project curated by YH2 study that embraces the extension of a cottage in Ville Mont-Royal, Montreal.
"10 on 10: ten fosters and ten others" the lecture by Norman Foster at Cersaie 2016
The eagerly-anticipated meeting with the renowned british architect, 1999 Pritzker Prize Winner, will be held on tuesday 27 september at 11.00 am
Solano Benìtez at Cersaie 2016
The Paraguayan architect participates again at the festival dedicated to the world of surfaces, currently at its thirty-fourth edition.
In Stanford, an innovative Contemplative Center in dialogue with nature
In the heart of the Campus, an innovative center for spiritual regeneration in which wood, water and paintings are combined in an impressive and balanced blend.
Casalgrande Padana Grand Prix 2013-2015: the winners
Awards ceremony for the tenth edition of Casalgrande Padana’s International Architecture Exhibition
Taking Care: at Italian Pavilion a project for the common good
The theme is divided into three sections, 'Thinking', 'Meeting' and 'Acting', resting on three specific issues involving the common good.
Faire Chaolais: a cantivelered house in the Scottish Highlands
The Dualchas Architects studio has renewed the traditional concept of rural building into a modern and evocative housing vision.
Spotlights on the 15th International Architecture Exhibition
The 15th International Architecture Exhibition entitled "Reporting From The Front”, directed by the 2016 Pritzker Prize Alejandro Aravena will open the doors to visitors from May 28 to November 27, 2016, at Gardens and Arsenal.
At the World Trade Center of NY, the new Oculus designed by Calatrava
Inaugurated in March and functioning by the end of 2016, the World Trade Center Transportation Hub, also known as Oculus, is the project recently completed by the Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava.