Book review: Possible Mediums presents a collection of sixteen speculative design mediums.

Possible Mediums Kelly Bair, Kristy Balliet, Adam Fure, Kyle Miller (Editors) Actar, November 2018 Paperback | 7 x 9 inches | 200 pages | English | ISBN: 978-1940291963 | $34.95 Publisher Description: Possible Mediums presents a collection of sixteen speculative design mediums by...
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Architecture Firms Explore the Benefits of BIM in “By Design: The Next Frontier”

Hear from the firms who have unlocked the power of BIM technologies in By Design: The Next Frontier. What can you learn from enterprising firms who push tech to new limits? It is time to be inspired to experiment with innovative technology that supports BIM. The software that...
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Courtesy of Moss Construction Auberge Beach Residences & Spa in Fort Lauderdale

Related Group’s Auberge Condo Celebrated Opening Last Night

Deirdra Funcheon Last night, Related Group did its thing and opened another sparkling condo on a South Florida beach, along with partners Fortune International Group and The Fairwinds Group. Auberge Beach Residences & Spa, a two-tower project overlooking the Atlantic Ocean in...
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harvard GSD launches ‘the future of the american city’ initiative

the harvard university graduate school of design (GSD) launches ‘the future of the american city’ on april 18th, 2019. curated by the school’s office for urbanization, the platform offers ideas, images and research on a range of subjects concerning the future of our urban...
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100 years of Bauhaus: The short-lived school that changed design forever

Curbed spoke with 11 of today’s design leaders to assess its impact. By Jenny Xie and Diana Budds hink “Bauhaus” and what comes to mind? Geometric shapes? Primary colors? Sleek modern chairs in lobbies everywhere? All of those would be valid associations. Founded by German...
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The Architecture of Trees (Courtesy Princeton Architectural Press)

Peruse our favorite spring 2019 architecture book releases

As the seasons change yet again, The Architect’s Newspaper has put together a roundup of spring architecture books that we’re most excited for. By Jonathan Hilburg As the weather warms and flowers sprout, so too do a new crop of spring releases. A varied bunch of...
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Drawing by Christo / Photo by André Grossmann L'Arc de Triomphe, Wrapped (Project for Paris) Place de l'Etoile – Charles de Gaulle

This Week in Tech: Christo unveils his next project, AutoCAD gets an update…

Amazon identifies its NoVa headquarters, and more. By Wanda Lau Autodesk AutoCAD, the workhorse drafting software on which designers worldwide rely, has been updated. Changes in the forthcoming AutoCAD 2020 include enhancements to the existing Purge and DWG Compare tools, quicker...
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all images courtesy of lars müller

the bauhaus journal documents the iconic movement between 1926–1931

in a recent publication, lars müller revisits the bauhaus journal, that was published between the years of 1926 and 1931. this new facsimile edition collects 14 issues of the journal, printed in exact replica, alongside a commentary booklet providing an english translation and...
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NBWW Recognized at the 2019 Miami Hospitality Design Awards

MIAMI (April 4, 2019) – NBWW won the Hotel Guest Room Honor Award of Excellence for The Kimpton Anglers Hotel at the 2019 Miami Hospitality Design Awards held on Wednesday, April 3, during a celebration at the luxurious The Miami Beach EDITION hotel. The Miami Chapter of...
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Why does great architecture have to be fun?

A shopping mall with kissing roofs and a power plant with a ski slope on top. Whatever happened to grown-up architecture? by Rowan Moore You’ll have seen, reproduced in print or online, The Singing Butler, Jack Vettriano’s painting of a posh couple dancing on the beach, sheltered...
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