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Algaetecture: Algae Systems to Design and Feed the Cities of the Future

Category: Architecture Published on 18 Apr, 2014

As part of the Future Food District project, developed by Carlo Ratti Associati at the central crossroads of the EXPO 2015 in Milan, the pavilions’ façades and canopy presented on the occasion of the Milan Design Week 2014 utilize new systems of micro-algae, designed by Cesare Griffa and ecoLogicStudio.

Oily Cart theatre by Hawkins\Brown, London

Category: Architecture Published on 18 Apr, 2014

London-based practice Hawkins\Brown was tasked by the Oily Cart theatre, who works with children with special needs, to create an inspiring and playful space in keeping with the theatre’s ethos.

Dietmar Feichtinger completes the Peace Footbridge in Lyon

Category: Architecture Published on 17 Apr, 2014

The new bridge for pedestrians and cyclists designed by French firm Dietmar Feichtinger Architectes over the Rhone in Lyon – “La Passerelle de la Paix” – reveals the landscape and urban changes in the region.

ODEEH Berlin boutique by Zeller & Moye

Category: Architecture Published on 14 Apr, 2014

Zeller & Moye designed the first concept store for German fashion brand ODEEH in the Bikini Berlin shopping centre.

Invisible Barn by stpmj, New York

Category: Architecture Published on 11 Apr, 2014

Invisible Barn is a site-specific design proposal conceived by New York based practice stpmj that re-contextualizes the landscape of the Socrates Sculpture Park in New York’s Queens borough by projecting the landscape on the structural proposition.

The Quality Chop Shop in London’s Farringdon by Fraher Architects

Category: Architecture Published on 10 Apr, 2014

UK-based office Fraher Architects recently designed the interior for the Quality Chop Shop in London’s Farringdon, to promotes the quality ingredients used in its neighboring restaurant, which has a good reputation for excellent cooking.

Sliding Nature installation by Torafu Architects for Panasonic

Category: Architecture Published on 07 Apr, 2014

At Milan Design Week 2014 Panasonic presents its installation, Sliding Nature, designed by Japanese firm Torafu Architects, taking on the theme of the relationship between nature and man, between tradition and technology.

Liverpool’s Everyman Theatre rebuilt by Haworth Tompkins

Category: Architecture Published on 04 Apr, 2014

London-based architecture studio Haworth Tompkins has completed the Liverpool’s Everyman Theatre replacing the 19th century building.

BIG Architects designs a large-scale Maze for the National Building Museum

Category: Architecture Published on 04 Apr, 2014

This summer the National Building Museum in partnership with BIG Architects, will create a never-before-seen large-scale maze to be housed in the muesum’s grand atrium.

Arkwright office in Oslo by Haptic Architects

Category: Architecture Published on 03 Apr, 2014

Corporate development firm Arkwright asked Haptic Architects to design the interior of its new offices, which are located in a converted harbour warehouse with a large arched windows as its centerpiece in Oslo’s Aker Brygge area.

G-Star RAW HQ by OMA, Amsterdam

Category: Architecture Published on 01 Apr, 2014

Situated next to the A10 in the industrial ZuidOost area of Amsterdam, the new HQ for G-Star RAW by OMA, gathers G-Star RAW’s disparate facilities into a single building that aims to stimulate interaction between various departments.

HTC One Skatepark – The UK’s largest Free Indoor Skatepark opens at Selfridges

Category: Architecture Published on 28 Mar, 2014

Selfridges has collaborated with mobile phone company HTC to create the UK’s largest free indoor skatepark – The HTC One Skatepark.

Stuart Weitzman boutique in Hong Kong by Zaha Hadid

Category: Architecture Published on 26 Mar, 2014

Zaha Hadid has completed the Hong Kong boutique for American footwear designer Stuart Weitzman. This is the second store for the shoe label designed by Zaha Hadid, after the first one opened last September in Milan.

David Beckham unveils seafront MLS stadium proposal for Miami

Category: Architecture Published on 26 Mar, 2014

Soccer star David Backham has unveiled the conceptual master plan to build a 25,000 seat stadium for his new Major League Soccer team on the waterfront in Miami.

Tsumori Chisato Shanghai flagship store by Igarashi Design Studio

Category: Architecture Published on 26 Mar, 2014

Women fashion brand Tsumori Chisato has recently opened its latest flagship store designed by Igarashi Design Studio in Shanghai.

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