20 Buildings That Show the Future of Architecture | WIRED

By Liz Stinso for Wired Five years ago, a group of Spanish architects dug a hole on a mountainside in Laxe, Spain. They filled it with hay, covered it in concrete, let it dry and blasted an opening to the mound. Then Paulina moved in. Paulina, a cow, spent the better part of a...
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Faena Group announces new luxury condo towers in Miami Beach | NBWW Restoration Architect

By Nicholas Nehamas The Argentinian developer Alan Faena has announced he will build two new luxury condo towers at his mixed-use, arts-centered development in Miami Beach. Faena Versailles Classic, located in the old Versailles Hotel at 35th Street and Collins Avenue, will have...
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First exhibition to be devoted to Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s architecture on view in London

LONDON.- The Scottish architect, artist and designer, Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868 – 1928) is celebrated worldwide. Yet during his lifetime his career was marked as much by its difficulties as by its successes, with many of his designs unrealised. Mackintosh Architecture is...
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See Intricate City ‘Blueprints’ Inspired by the Brothers Grimm – Artistry – Curbed National

The Brothers Grimm and their surreal fairytales are inspiration for a particularly haunting project by London’s Flea Folly Architects, lead by Pascal Bronner and Thomas Hillier. Grimm City is a series of black-and-white “blueprints” the designers refer to as an...
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How the MICE Market is Driving Development in Smaller Cities

By: Jena Tesse Fox As development in gateway U.S. cities increases, hotel companies are looking to smaller urban centers for upscale hotel development. In recent years, secondary markets have capitalized not only on growing demand from the meetings and incentive market, but on...
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A Center for Architecture in Sarasota – Architectural Record

By Fred A. Bernstein It was a good news/bad news day in Sarasota, Florida. A couple of dozen protesters stood outside the former Sarasota High School, where part of a concrete canopy designed by Paul Rudolph in 1960 was scheduled to be demolished. But just a few blocks away,...
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Adobe’s Comp iPad Sketching App Puts the Creative Cloud In-Hand | Architect Magazine

Create wireframes and layouts on the go with a full library of design assets. By Hallie Busta Sketching with a pen and paper may be considered old-school in the age of apps, but it’s usually the best way to record ideas quickly regardless of location. With its recent launch...
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Alison Killing: There’s a better way to die, and architecture can help | Talk Video | TED.com

In this short, provocative talk, architect Alison Killing looks at buildings where death and dying happen — cemeteries, hospitals, homes. The way we die is changing, and the way we build for dying … well, maybe that should too. It’s a surprisingly fascinating look at...
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Finding links amid diversity for the architecture and design industry | Architecture And Design

Deborah Singerman What is shaping changes in design forms? While designers themselves are contributing to the transition, Paul Peng believes “the invisible…more decisive hand of globalisation” is at least as important an influence. As General Manager of IAPA (International...
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ZOM Developing 391-Unit Met Square As Rental Apartments… NBWW Architects

Apartment developer ZOM will develop the second phase of downtown Miami’s Met Square as a 391-unit apartment building, TNM has learned. This would be the third major project for ZOM in the downtown area. In total, ZOM will have 1,291 rental apartments in the pipeline for downtown...
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