yunil nam

monumental underwater city imagined to revitalize endangered coral reefs

inspired by jules verne’s 20,000 leagues under the sea, the illustrated project by yunil nam entitled ‘the reef of silence’ is an exploration of a funerary venue and coral cultivation facility. through this fictional underwater structure, nam investigates the cultural and...
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Related Group, Fortune complete Auberge oceanfront condo in Fort Lauderdale

By Brian Bandell The recently completed Auberge Beach Residences & Spa Fort Lauderdale has already set records for condo prices in the city. Developed by the Related Group, Fortune International Development and Fairwinds Group, the project has 171 condos in two towers at 2200...
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This Week in Tech: IKEA Increases the Accessibility of Its Furniture Through 3D Printing

Plus, a new augmented reality tool from Morpholio, our in-depth Q+A with Katerra co-founder Michael Marks, and more design-tech news from this week. By Katharine Keane Known for its sleek and modern designs, Scandinavian furniture manufacturer IKEA is partnering with Israeli...
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Margaritaville Resort Orlando

New Photography for the Margaritaville Resort in Orlando

Check out the stunning newc photographs of the recently constructed Margaritaville Resort in Orlando. NBWW was the architect on the project; Chad Baumer the photographer.
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Courtesy Morpholio / Drawing by Cluck Design Collaborative Morpholio AR SketchWalk

Morpholio AR SketchWalk Brings Floor Plans Into the Real World

Through augmented reality technology, the new feature on the namesake studio’s Trace app sets a new baseline for understanding and decision making. By Wanda Lau Courtesy Morpholio / Drawing by Cluck Design Collaborative Morpholio AR SketchWalk Mentally inserting oneself...
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First look: Chicago Architecture Biennial 2019 lineup

Theater Gates, MASS Design Group, and dozens more join event focused on social justice, collective memory, and civic purpose. This morning, organizers of Chicago’s third Architecture Biennial announced many of the architects, designers, and urbanists participating in the...
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Photography courtesy of Loews Miami Beach

Loews Miami Beach Melts Away the Winter Months with “Wander Your Way” Campaign

A #TBT of NBWW design launches a new campaign with a fresh look at the iconic hotel. Loews Hotels launches its new “Wander Your Way” quarterly offerings to encourage guests to explore the surrounding areas of its resorts. Loews Miami Beach Hotel, the ultimate winter escape...
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This New Program Is Designed to Let U.S. Cities Meet Clean-Energy Goals

How a major renewables accelerator initiative is helping more than 100 cities nationwide navigate the complex barriers to procuring cleaner energy By Meaghan O’Neill Across the United States, well over 100 cities have made ambitious renewable energy commitments, even after...
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Cornell's Wasted: Design for the End of Material as We Know It symposium looked at construction without waste (Courtesy David Salomon)

Cornell symposium looks at architecture and construction post-waste

Wasted: Design for the End of Material as We Know It, a symposium at Cornell University, looked at construction without waste. By David Salomon Can you imagine a world without waste? A world where the leftovers of today are easily turned into a delicious dinner tomorrow? Can such...
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An inset from issue 66 of the AA Files (Courtesy the Architectural Association)

Architectural Association revives AA Files, prepares to hand out degrees

The storied AA Files live, as the Architectural Association has confirmed it would continue to publish the journal, which has run since 1981. By Jonathan Hilburg A year after protests rocked the architecture world over the Architectural Association’s (AA) decision to render a...
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