Top 10 tallest skyscrapers completing in 2015

DeZeen Magazine Here’s a look at the 10 tallest skyscrapers expected to complete around the globe this year, including China’s new tallest building, Rafael Viñoly’s super-skinny New York tower block and a pair of Russian high rises. 1. Shanghai Tower, China, by...
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20 Of The Most Ingenious Works Of Architecture In 2014

The Huffington Post  |  By Mallika Rao It’s been a banner year for architecture your ten-year-old self dreamed of — from 3D printed homes to buildings grown from trash. Below, we’ve compiled our favorite buildings of 2014. 1. a21studio’s Rainbow Chapel:...
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Most Bizarre Architecture Headlines of 2014 – Architect Magazine

From the melting wax house to Washington, D.C.’s giant face landscape, these are the six most unusual stories of the year. By Chelsea Blahut, Caroline Massie In a year filled with architectural oddities, here are 2014’s standout stories that struck us as the most...
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The Best Architecture and Design Shows Opening in the US in 2015 | BLOUIN ARTINFO

BY Anna Kats As a rule, many of the best architecture and design museums are located outside of the United States — the Canadian Center for Architecture in Montreal, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, and the MAK in Vienna all require American design fans to show their...
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New York’s Storefront Launches “Street Architecture” Competition | ArchDaily

On the occasion of Ideas City 2015, the biennial Festival created to explore the future city and to effect change, Storefront for Art and Architecture, along with the New Museum and the New York City Department of Transportation, is launching a competition for the design and...
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Architecture: 2014 in review – From the LVMH Foundation to Aspen Art Museum, Caroline Roux rounds up 2014’s standout luxury architectural projects

By Caroline Roux 1. The Leadenhall Building, London: RHSP If 2013 belonged to The Shard, Renzo Piano’s glass spectacle that soars a record-breaking, for London, 306 metres, then 2014’s skyscraper of the year is a slightly smaller affair at 224 metres. The Leadenhall Building –...
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US Architecture Schools Express Interest in Conferring Licensure to Graduates | ArchDaily

Becoming licensed is no easy feat for the recently graduated architecture student. The combination of required internship hours and exam scores proves a daunting obstacle for most, often taking years of work after college to surpass. Now, however, the National Council of...
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Will 2015 Be the Year of Stellar Museum Design? | BLOUIN ARTINFO

BY Anna Kats There’s nothing quite like an important museum building to make, or elevate, an architect’s reputation — or ruin it, should the finished project turn out to be a disaster. The civic and cultural significance of such commissions makes museums among the most...
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NBWW plans for Met Square

NBWW Design News: Met Square Will Have Public Plaza With Archeological Stuff – Archeological Wonders – Curbed Miami

Plans for archeological exhibits at the site of the planned Met Square tower have expanded to include, in addition to various sections of the site preserved in interior gallery spaces, a cross-block public plaza that will have remnants of the Royal Palm Hotel, and a line...
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NBWW Design: The Auberge Beach Residences and Spa will have a resort-like ambiance on a 4.6-acre site that used to be home to Ireland’s Inn

Auberge on the beach: Long-awaited Ireland’s Inn redevelopment gets a top-shelf brand as manager

Jorge Pérez is making good on his proclamation in SFBW’s first cover story that he was ready to launch sales at the former Ireland’s Inn property in Fort Lauderdale. Auberge Resorts Collections, known for properties such as Calistoga Ranch in Napa Valley and Hotel Jerome in...
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