Bjarke Ingels presents paris’ europa city project in new video

Offering a mix of retail, culture and leisure facilities, paris’ ‘europa city‘ is conceived as a hybrid project that combines urban form with expansive landscaping. in order to explain the ...

Documentary film that explores the architectural studio (full 25 min film)

Archiculture takes a thoughtful, yet critical look at the architectural studio. The 25-minute film offers a unique glimpse into the world of studio-based, design education through the eyes of a ...

Asif Khan at Dezeen Live

In this movie filmed during Dezeen Live at 100% Design, designer Asif Khan explains how soap bubbles, rubbish bins and a neighbour’s flower bed have all provided inspiration for his ...

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Lecture by Jorge Otero-Pailos

orge Otero-Pailos is an architect, artist, and theorist specialized in experimental preservation. He leads an award-winning international practice devoted to advancing preservation as a forward-looking creative field, and has received many distinctions including UNESCO’s Prominent Professional Award. He contributes broad expert knowledge in, and strategic thinking on, all aspects and scales of preservation, and collaborates with […]

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Hancock Tower

The Hancock Tower is one wicked Boston landmark AIANational

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Architecture at Zero

Architecture students and their advisor, Leticia SooHoo, present their entry for the Architecture at Zero competition. The competition site for 2014 is Jack London Gateway in Oakland, CA. AcademyofArtU

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The building sign (Short 4)

(By Mike Hermans)  The contractor comes across a strange building sign on the construction site…Under the new TV series of ArchitectsPlanet.Tv

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Postindustrial Landscapes

Architectural Association Visiting School conducts workshop at the Academy of Art University’s School of Architecture exploring Postindustrial Landscapes. During this 10 day intensive workshop, students and instructors designed a flying object with remote censoring to experience an elevated space. AcademyofArtU

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Alejandro Aravena: My architectural philosophy?

When asked to build housing for 100 families in Chile ten years ago, Alejandro Aravena looked to an unusual inspiration: the wisdom of favelas and slums. Rather than building a large building with small units, he built flexible half-homes that each family could expand on. It was a complex problem, but with a simple solution […]

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Alvar Aalto at Vitra Design Museum / Introduction

The Alvar Aalto retrospective at the Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein provides an extensive overview of Alvar Aalto’s life and work. Entitled Second Nature, the exhibition presents historical architectural models, original drawings, furniture, lights and glassware, as well as works by other acclaimed artists like Alexander Calder or Jean Arp. The exhibition is […]

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Private Luxury Residence in Thornbury, Canada

These elegantly crafted stone, timber and glass homes overlook the spectacular ever-changing vistas of the Georgian Bay, the award winning Golf Course and the Niagara Escarpment countryside. New Private Residences at the Georgian Bay Club feature uniquie design elements and luxury details that would normally be found only in the finest custom homes. by Sotheby’s International […]

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Star architecture (Short 3)

(By Mike Hermans) Archibald presents his design proposal to the urban development department…Under the new TV series of ArchitectsPlanet.Tv

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Practice Platform Panel: “Talking Practice”

This event addresses expanded modes of contemporary design practice and the disciplinary potential of these innovative models. Representing some of the many new forms of design practice, from hybrid and curatorial practice to open platform and corporate acquisition, the speakers will reflect on the how and why of their practices, sharing concepts, processes, methods, and […]

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Nicholas Fox Weber and Toshiko Mori, “Josef Albers: Minimal Means, Maximum Effect”

Nicholas Fox Weber, director of the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation, will evoke the personality and sensibilities of Josef Albers, the Bauhaus faculty member, through reflections on his personal acquaintance with Albers at Yale as well as descriptions of recent projects by the Albers Foundation that affirm the Bauhaus spirit of design and continue its […]

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Master in Design Studies Program

If rapidly changing climates, energy flows, material economies, and migratory populations are the emerging challenges of our time, then research and design is urgently needed to enact change in new ways. The Master in Design Studies (MDes) program challenges students to understand and influence the underlying processes of what supports life today as a new […]

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