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Dreamscapes & Artificial Architecture book editor selects five favourite 3D artists

September 15, 2020 Natasha Levy 0
Hayden Clay features in the Dreamscapes & Artificial Architecture book published by Gestalten

Berlin-based publisher Gestalten has released a book that showcases whimsical architectural and interiors renderings. The book’s editor, Elli Stuhler, highlights five artists that feature inside. Comprising just over 200 pages, Dreamscapes & Artificial Architecture shows off the fanciful landscapes, structures and interiors imagined by 3D artists “working at the intersection of architecture, interior design, and

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Six strategies for creating flood resilient environments

August 17, 2020 Tom Ravenscroft 0
Retrofitting for Flood Resilience by Edward Barsley

Climate change and rising sea levels are impacting the design and shape of our cities. Edward Barsley, author of Retrofitting for Flood Resilience, outlines six key strategies for creating environments that are adapted to flooding. In the book Retrofitting for Flood Resilience: A Guide to Building & Community Design, Barsley outlines how urban and natural

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Five houses where the courtyard is the heart of the home

July 7, 2020 Tom Ravenscroft 0
Courtyard living: Contemporary houses of the Asia-Pacific by Charmaine Chan

Charmaine Chan has highlighted 25 recently completed courtyard houses for her book Courtyard living: Contemporary houses of the Asia-Pacific. Here she picks five of the most interesting. As the book’s title suggests, Courtyard living: Contemporary houses of the Asia-Pacific is a compilation of houses completed in the past 10 years across Asia and Oceania that are focused

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2LG Studio shares favourite projects from their book Making Living Lovely

July 6, 2020 India Block 0
Making Living Lovely by 2LG Studio

Founders of 2LG Studio Russell Whitehead and Jordan Cluroe have written a book to empower people to embrace colour in their interiors. Here they pick their top five projects. Called Making Living Lovely, the book lays out the 2LG Studio – short for Two Lovely Gays – design philosophy and takes the reader through the

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Flying Gherkin stars in Foster + Partners’ children’s book

June 20, 2020 Tom Ravenscroft 0
Flying Gherkin children's book by Foster + Partners

UK architecture studio Foster + Partners has made an illustrated online book starring its Gherkin skyscraper as part of an initiative to entertain children during the coronavirus pandemic. Named The Flying Gherkin, the book gives the Foster + Partners-designed office human features, arms and a rocket-like body, and follows it on its journey as it takes

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Kiruna Forever book by ArkDes illuminates the relocation of the northern Swedish city

June 1, 2020 Cajsa Carlson 0

As part of today’s collaboration with ArkDes for Virtual Design Festival, curator and editor Carlos Mínguez Carrasco explains how the architecture centre’s idea for its book Kiruna Forever came about and why Kiruna’s history is so fascinating. The exhibition Kiruna Forever at ArkDes, Sweden’s national centre for architecture and design, takes a close look at

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Kiruna Forever book by ArkDes illuminates the relocation of the northern Swedish city

June 1, 2020 Cajsa Carlson 0

As part of today’s collaboration with ArkDes for Virtual Design Festival, curator and editor Carlos Mínguez Carrasco explains how the architecture centre’s idea for its book Kiruna Forever came about and why Kiruna’s history is so fascinating. The exhibition Kiruna Forever at ArkDes, Sweden’s national centre for architecture and design, takes a close look at

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Kiruna Forever book by ArkDes illuminates the relocation of the northern Swedish city

June 1, 2020 Cajsa Carlson 0

As part of today’s collaboration with ArkDes for Virtual Design Festival, curator and editor Carlos Mínguez Carrasco explains how the architecture centre’s idea for its book Kiruna Forever came about and why Kiruna’s history is so fascinating. The exhibition Kiruna Forever at ArkDes, Sweden’s national centre for architecture and design, takes a close look at

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Tom Kundig describes 10 highlights of his architecture career

May 15, 2020 Eleanor Gibson 0

Tom Kundig has selected his 10 favourite projects, including a house in Rio de Janeiro and a hillside winery in British Columbia, ahead of the release of a monograph detailing the American architect’s work. Called Tom Kundig: Working Title, the publication details 29 projects designed by Kundig, a principal of Seattle architecture office Olson Kundig.

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Container Atlas editor picks top five shipping-container architecture projects

May 1, 2020 India Block 0
Container Atlas editor's picks

Container Atlas brings together examples of shipping-container architecture from around the world. Here, one of the book’s editors picks his top five projects from the book’s latest edition. Han Slawik is the co-editor of Container Atlas – A Practical Guide to Container Architecture, along with Julia Bergmann, Matthias Buchmeier, Sonja Tinney, and by Lukas Feireiss

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