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Microsoft’s new Product Lounge in Switzerland

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Microsoft’s new Product Lounge at the company’s Briefing Centre in Wallisellen Switzerland, integrates the latest in surface technology and communication thinking in a striking, high-contrast design.  Continue Reading…

OMA wins competition to design Miami Convention Centre

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Above: Entrance to the Convention Centre

OMA has won a major competition to redesign the Miami Beach Convention Centre, home to international design event: Art Basel Miami BeachContinue Reading…

Cube restaurant: the dark side of the moon

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The Cube restaurant concept design by Ukrainian Architect Igor Sirotov uses an interplay of light and dark to create a sensual dining experience. Continue Reading…

RIBA Stirling Prize Shortlist 2013

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Above: Bishop King Edward Chapel by Niall McLaughlin Architects

The six shortlisted building for the 2013 RIBA Stirling Prize have been announced.  Continue Reading…

Inflatable Stonehenge by Jeremy Deller

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Turner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller is relocating Stonehenge to East London.  Continue Reading…

Good & Green Retreat

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Good & Green is a company that specialises in creating bespoke eco buildings.  Continue Reading…

OMA’s Library in Caen

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Construction has begun on OMA’s latest project. The Bibliothèque Multimédia à Vocation Régionale (BMVR) is due for completion in 2016. Continue Reading…

Richard Rogers RA: Inside Out

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Above: Richard Rogers RA © Andrew Zuckerman. Image courtesy of Andrew Zuckerman

The Royal Academy is putting on a major exhibition of the works of Richard Rogers, who is celebrating his 80th Birthday this summer. Continue Reading…

Zaha Hadid – World Architecture

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Above: Zaha Hadid. Photograph by Steve Double

Zaha Hadid – World Architecture is on at the Danish Architecture Centre. Created by Zaha Hadid Architects, the exhibition explores the work of the famous Iraqi-British architect.  Continue Reading…

Philippe Starck leads you down the garden P.A.T.H

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Philippe Starck has teamed up with Riko to launch a line of sustainable, prefabricated houses. Continue Reading…

Party Wall at MoMA PS1

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Architecture practice, CODA has won the 14th annual Young Architects Program (YAP) at the MoMA and MoMA PS1 in New York with it’s Party Wall installation. Continue Reading…

Renzo Piano: Fragments at Gagosian Gallery

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Above:Parco della Musica Auditorium, 1994-2004. © Renzo Piano Building Workshop. Courtesy Gagosian Gallery. Photography by Maggi Moreno

The Gagosian Gallery in New York is presenting a new exhibition of works from the Renzo Piano Building Workshop. Continue Reading…

Forgotten Spaces competition

Aldwych Baths

Above: Aldwych Baths (Aldwych Station, London Borough of Westminster, WC2R 2LS) by Charlotte Tamplin, Charlotte Marshall, Kate Stevens. A public baths facility situated in the disused Aldwych tube station with a connection to the Thames at Victoria Embankment

The shortlisted designs for the RIBA competition, Forgotten Spaces, have been announced. Continue Reading…

Floating Cinema 2013

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Floating Cinema is a project devised as a collection of ‘extraordinary cargoes’ on a traditional barge on London’s canals. Continue Reading…

Rafael Viñoly designs New York’s tallest residential tower

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Set to be the western hemisphere’s tallest tower, 432 Park Avenue in New York is due for completion in 2015. Continue Reading…

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