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British architect Will Alsop has died. Here are five projects that encapsulated his groundbreaking career.
By Danny Sinopoli |
May 15, 2018
Architecture firm Lipinsky Lasovsky Johansson designed Finnskogens Hus, a shrine to Forest Finn culture that brings a museum into the woods – and woods into the museum.
By Mark Teo |
May 10, 2018
Tags: Architecture, Competition, Cultural
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Members of U.K. architecture / art / design collective Assemble ruminate on maintaining synergy as Projects get more complex.
May 8, 2018
Tags: Architecture, Art
Perkins+Will has completed a renewal of the Bank of Canada that respects Arthur Erickson’s original vision while modernizing its plaza, atrium and workspaces.
May 2, 2018
Tags: Canada, Institutional
Canada’s representation at the Venice Architecture Biennale will bring powerful Indigenous voices to the Arsenale. Unceded gathers 17 firms and examines what constitutes Indigenous architecture.
By Catherine Osborne |
April 30, 2018
Tags: Architecture, Canada, Exhibition
Patkau Architects’ Polygon Gallery, a new art gallery in North Vancouver, reinvents a waterfront better known for tugboats and packing plants.
By Timothy Taylor |
April 26, 2018
Tags: Architecture, Art, Cultural
In Brooklyn’s Bedford-Stuyvesant, Shane Neufeld of L/and/A used switchback stairs and a skylight to transform a run-down townhouse into a space filled with daylight.
April 24, 2018
Tags: Architecture, Residential
Dutch architect Winy Maas, of MDRDV, details building the Tianjin Binhai Library, which is home to 1.2 million books.
By Patrick Pittman |
Tags: Architecture, Cultural
Will Alsop lends his trademark quirk to an ambitious new subway line in Toronto with Finch West and Pioneer Village station.
By Simon Lewsen |
April 20, 2018
Tags: Canada, Transportation, Urbanism
In Oignies, France, the decade-long transformation of a coal mine is complete – and 9-9 Bis is a sprawling cultural complex that honours its heritage.
April 13, 2018
Tags: Cultural, Urbanism
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