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Shonan Christ Church / Takeshi Hosaka

© Koji Fujii / Nacasa&Partners Inc.
Architects: Takeshi Hosaka
Location: Kanagawa,
Area: 175.0 sqm
Year: 2014
Photographs: Koji Fujii / Nacasa&Partners Inc.

Competition Winners Announced for Madrid Digital Arts Museum

First Prize: Urban Interface / Arch. Michelangelo Vallicelli, Lorenzo Sant’Andrea, Nicolò Troianiello (Rome, Italy). Image Courtesy of Ctrl+Space Architectural Competitions
A team of architects from Rome have been announced as winners of CTRL+SPACE’s ideas competition for a digital arts museum in central . The competition challenged teams to envision a 21st-century contemporary arts museum that embodies technology as an “integrated medium of work” and questions the meaning of “public access.”
The winning proposals, after the break.
Courtesy of Strand Books

Drawing and Reinventing Landscape: A Conversation with Diana Balmori and Barry Bergdoll

On Wednesday, November 5, Diana Balmori will visit the Strand to chat about Drawing and Reinventing Landscape with the MoMA’s architecture curator, Barry Bergdoll. Diana’s book examines digital, analog and hybrid methods of representing landscape and places the contemporary landscape architecture within its fascinating historical context. This exclusive Strand chat will investigate crucial aspects of the design process. Join as these two experts discuss this important design topic at a moment of increasing global environmental change. More information here.

Construction Begins on Shift Architecture Urbanism’s C-City Museum District

C-City. Image ©
Shift Architecture Urbanism has broken ground on the C-City (Creative City) museum district in Kerkrade. Host to ’ first design museum and Europe’s first planetarium, the new district will be formed as an “urban ensemble defined by clearly recognizable volumes, all connected by a vast, underground public space.”
By the end of 2015, two new public facilities – Cube and Columbus – will compliment the existing and highly successful Discovery Centre Continium at the gateway of the city. Read on the learn more.

Puritama Thermal Bath / Germán del Sol

© Guy Wenborne
Architects: Germán del Sol
Location: Río Puritama, , Antofagasta Region,
Area: 1190.0 sqm
Year: 2000
Photographs: Guy Wenborne, Felipe Camus, Courtesy of Germán del Sol

ULI Releases New Report on the Infrastructural Challenges of Rising Sea Levels

Innovation District Harborwalk . Image Courtesy of ULI Boston
The Urban Implications of Living With Water, a recent report by the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Boston, opens with the clear assertion: “We are beginning to feel the effects of .” The result of a conversation amongst over seventy experts from the fields of architecture, engineering, public policy, real estate and more, the report covers the proposed integrated solutions for a future of living in a city that proactively meets the challenges accompanying rising water levels.
“We accept that the seas are rising, the weather is changing, and our communities are at risk; and we recognize that no solution can be all-encompassing. It is our hope that this report will spark conversation, shift our understanding of what is possible, and aid us in reframing challenges into opportunities as we move toward this new era of development.”
Become part of the discussion and read more about the collective ideas, after the break.

Casa dos Caseiros / SAMF Arquitectos

© José Campos
Architects: SAMF Arquitectos
Location: Mesão Frio,
Area: 70.0 sqm
Year: 2014
Photographs: José Campos

Enter the Mesmerizing World of Rainbow Coloured Maps with “Crayon the Grids”

City. Image Courtesy of Stephen Von Worley
A new series of maps by California-based artist-scientist Stephen Von Worley give colour coding an entirely new meaning. With his latest algorithm-generated project, “Crayon the Grids,” Von Worley has taken maps of ten major metropolitan areas and coloured them based on geographical orientation of the urban grid. Each street is assigned a colour specific to its orientation, varying in hue and weight depending on its cardinal direction and length. The result is a dizzying technicolor of urban planning, creating completely new demarcations for some of the world’s most recognizable .
Enter the chromatic world of coloured city grids after the break

Video: Peter Murray of New London Architecture Outlines his Cycling Vision

In the latest video from Crane.tv, architectural journalist and planner Peter Murray ruminates on the benefits of integrating cycling into the urban fabric of the world’s biggest cities. “For the last half century, we’ve bowed down to the god of the motor car and have destroyed cities across the UK,” says Murray, Chairman of New London Architecture and the London Society. Murray and his team at New London Architecture are charged with analyzing and advocating for the improvement of ’s Built environment, acting as advisors to Mayor Boris Johnson on an array of projects including the overhaul of cycling infrastructure in the city.
Murray discusses his foray into cycling around the world, most recently from Portland, Oregon, to Portland Place in London, via New York City. Through his adventures in cycling across the United States and Europe, Murray has gained insight into best practices with an eye towards implementation in London. Inspired by Dutch cycling infrastructure, “Mini Hollands” are London’s latest project, spearheaded by the NLA and executed under a major redevelopment of London’s bicycle infrastructure, designed to create entire communities where bicycles rule the roads and vehicles are a thing of the past.

Tobb Etü Technology Center / A Architectural Design

© Fethi Mağara
Architects: A Architectural Design
Location: /Ankara Province,
Photographs: Fethi Mağara

Cultural and Sports Center / BRUTHER

Courtesy of BRUTHER
Architects: BRUTHER
Location: Saint Blaise, 75020 ,
Partenaires: Altia, Batiserf, Michel Forgue, Louis Choulet
Area: 1300.0 sqm
Year: 2014
Photographs: Courtesy of BRUTHER

Gui House / Harunatsu-Arch

© Kai Nakamura
Architects: Harunatsu-Arch
Location: Izumo, Shimane,
Architects In Charge: Shoko Murakaji, Naoto Murakaji
Statics : Tatsumi Terado Structural Studio / Terado Tashumi
Area: 68.0 sqm
Year: 2014
Photographs: Kai Nakamura

Diller Scofidio + Renfro’s “Musings on a Glass Box” Opens in Paris

© Diller Scofidio + Renfro
In celebration of the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain’s 30th anniversary, Diller Scofidio + Renfro has installed an immersive exhibition that encourages visitors to experience the Jean Nouvel-designed, glass and steel museum building in an entirely new way.
“The Fondation Cartier building designed by Jean Nouvel will be used as raw material for their work, a first in the history of the institution. Musings on a Glass Box is a complex work occupying the entire ground floor of the Fondation Cartier, where a disturbance in the ceiling will trigger a surprising reaction. The result is an immersive environment, including an integral acoustic component by American composer David Lang and sound designer Jody Elff, that works with the building’s architecture to raise questions about transparency, perception, and one’s relation to space.”
A statement from Diller Scofidio + Renfro, after the break.
Student housing of 115 units in Paris - France, h2o architectes. Image Courtesy of Europe 40 Under 40

Europe 40 Under 40 Winners Announced

Europe 40 Under 40 has announced its 40 architects selected for 2014.  Hosted by the European Centre for Architecture, Art, Design and Urban Studies, the annual awards program aims to select the next new talented generation of European architects.
The program aims “to support new and emerging design talent that will influence the near future of European architectural design, thinking, and theory with the direct consequence of impacting future environments and future European and international cities,” reads the press release.  Architects under the age of 40 ( as of December 1, 2015) were allowed to submit both built and unbuilt projects for consideration.
Check out the full list of Europe’s 40 Under 40 after the break.

Escalalatina: Rendering Your Designs with Diversity

Courtesy of Escalalatina
Tired of seeing Nordic families in representations of Colombian markets and hipsters drinking coffee in Mexican cultural centers, a group of self-described “young latinos” have created Escalalatina, a collection of high-resolution images of “people on the road to development” to be used for renderings.
Inspired by Teodor Javanaud Emdén’s SKALGUBBAR - a virtual library of people for renders - Escalatina aims to provide a way for Latin American architects to fill their renders with images of local people.
All of the images are available in .png format and users can also submit their own images for the site as well.
Check out some of the Escalalatina images after the break.

Winery in Balaton Highland / SAGRA Architects

© Sajtos Gábor
Architects: SAGRA Architects
Location: , Dózsa György Street, 8849
Architect In Charge: Sajtos Gábor
Design Team: Sajtos Gábor, Gilvesy Robert, Grand Gabriella, Virág Péter
Year: 2014
Photographs: Sajtos Gábor

Alvar Aalto’s Restored Viipuri Library Wins 2014 Modernism Prize

Main stair hall, 2014. Image © The for the Restoration of Viipuri Library and Petri Neuvonen
The 2014 World Monuments Fund/Knoll Modernism Prize has been awarded to the Finnish Committee for the restoration of Alvar Aalto’s seminal Viipuri Library in Vyborg, Russia. “Designed by Aalto and constructed between 1927 and 1935 in what was then the Finnish city of Viipuri,” stated WMF in a press release, “the library reflects the emergence of Aalto’s distinctive combination of organic form and materials with the principles of clear functionalist expression that was to become the hallmark of his architecture.”
A quote from and more images, after the break.

Emerging Voices: Estudio Macías Peredo

<a href="http://www.vimeo.com/105034745">http://www.vimeo.com/105034745</a> Estudio Macías Peredo is led by Salvador Macías Corona and Magui Peredo Arenas and is based in Guadalajara, Mexico. In their as one of the winners of the Architectural League’s annual Emerging Voices awards, Corona and Arenas reveal the ways in which the local conditions and building traditions of their country have become creative drivers for their contemporary practice of architecture. They have a shared interest in primitive buildings, seeking to incorporate some of the inherent abstract qualities of primitive structures in ways that address contemporary issues.
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