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IE University taught me how to “future-proof” interior spaces says Rasha Al-Tekreeti

January 24, 2022 Dezeen staff 0

Dezeen nsn: studying at the IE School of Architecture and Design encouraged interior designer Rasha Al-Tekreeti to focus on “the process leading up to impactful design”. Al-Tekreeti, who is the senior interior designer at consultancy practice SAY Studio in Dubai, received a master’s in Strategic Interior Design of Spaces from the IE School of Architecture

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My ArchiSchool presents 13 architectural projects

January 19, 2022 Dezeen staff 0
Render of a student architectural project at My Archischool

A floating boathouse intended to help people reconnect with nature and a hotel designed to protect people and koalas from bushfires are included in Dezeen’s latest school show by My ArchiSchool. Also featured is an astronomy tower by the seaside and a teahouse informed by the design of Japanese shrines. My ArchiSchool School: My ArchiSchool Course: Architectural

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Franchising gives architects “better balance between home life and profession” says Lisa Raynes

January 13, 2022 Dezeen staff 0
Portrait of Pride Road Architecture founder Lisa Raynes holding a Lego house

Dezeen promotion: joining an architecture practice franchise combines the independence of being self-employed with the support network of working for a company, according to architect Lisa Raynes. Raynes founded the British franchise network Pride Road Architects in 2016 in a bid to give female architects a way to balance their practice with the demands of

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Franchising gives architects “better balance between home life and profession” says Lisa Raynes

January 13, 2022 Dezeen staff 0
Portrait of Pride Road Architecture founder Lisa Raynes holding a Lego house

Dezeen promotion: joining an architecture practice franchise combines the independence of being self-employed with the support network of working for a company, according to architect Lisa Raynes. Raynes founded the British franchise network Pride Road Architects in 2016 in a bid to give female architects a way to balance their practice with the demands of

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Rieder showcases concrete facade panels in Germany’s largest timber hybrid building

January 11, 2022 Dezeen staff 0
EDGE Suedkreuz

Dezeen promotion: Tchoban Voss Architekten used glass-fibre-reinforced concrete panels by Rieder for the facade of EDGE Suedkreuz, an office development that combines timber and concrete in its structure. Currently under construction in Berlin, the project consists of two seven-storey blocks, including a quadrangle set to become Germany’s largest timber hybrid building. The modular wood and

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Thermo-ash cladding gives tone and texture to Dutch forest house

January 11, 2022 Dezeen staff 0
Thermory's thermo-ash cladding on facade of Modern House by the River by Maas Architecten

Dezeen promotion: wooden cladding and decking brand Thermory’s thermo-ash cladding wraps the interior and exterior of a contemporary country home in the Netherlands designed by Maas Architecten. Modern House by the River is a family residence located in a forest clearing on the edge of the river IJssel in Gelderland. Maas Architecten chose to use Thermory’s

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University of New South Wales presents 10 architecture projects

December 17, 2021 Dezeen staff 0
An illustration of a section of a marketplace for artisans

A project that reimagines Australia’s first female prison as a “place of freedom” and an inclusive marketplace for artisans is included in Dezeen’s latest school show from students at the University of New South Wales. Also featured is a power station regenerated into a centre for sustainable creativity and a project that explores how handmade arts

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Architects and engineers have “significant potential to impact climate change” says Buro Happold

December 16, 2021 Dezeen staff 0

Dezeen promotion: the intelligence and technologies that architects need to decarbonise the built environment are accessible now and must be utilised, according to engineering consultancy Buro Happold. Buro Happold said that designers of the built environment must urgently “decarbonise our buildings, infrastructure and energy supply” in order to help alleviate climate change. The built environment

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My ArchiSchool to host exhibition examining the relationship between architecture and biodiversity

December 14, 2021 Dezeen staff 0
My ArchiSchool's International ArchiDesign Exhibition 2022

Dezeen promotion: students will explore how urban spaces can better coexist alongside the natural world in an upcoming exhibition organised by Hong Kong-based education institute My ArchiSchool. Taking place on 16 April 2022, the second-ever Youth ArchiDesign Exhibition and Symposium by My ArchiSchool will focus on Hong Kong’s architecture and how it could be reimagined to support

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MAD Rhapsody showcases 23 projects by Ma Yansong’s studio

December 14, 2021 Dezeen staff 0
MAD Rhapsody book

Dezeen promotion: a new book presents 17 years of visionary projects by Chinese architect Ma Yansong and his studio MAD, from organically shaped skyscrapers to rooftop landscapes. MAD Rhapsody highlights 23 of MAD Architects’ key projects from 2004 – when the studio was founded – up until the present day. It features some of the studio’s best-known

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