Rejecting the typical notion of a pavilion as an object in a plaza, the China Pavilion for the 2015 Milan Expo — designed by the New York-based design firm Studio Link-Arc in conjunction with Tsinghua University — is instead conceived as a field of spaces.
Conceived as a cultural accompaniment to the Salone del Mobile, a prestigious exhibition featuring leading international architects, “Where Architects Live,” will be held in pavilion 9 at the Rho Milan Fairgrounds, from 8th to 13th April.
Italian designer Harry Thaler has designed this minimal studio house in Bolzano, Italy, for contemporary art museum Museion.
London studio Grimshaw Architects has officially inaugurated the new terminal at Pulkovo International Airport in St Petersburg, Russia.
Homemade Dessert in cooperation with Liepaja City Council, Latvia ask you to present the vision for a new development that would consist of thermal pool park with outdoor and indoor SPA facilities.
Multi-disciplinary studio Do-Architecture has recently completed the ‘Laboratorio Espresso’, a small Milanese streetside cafe, located within the commercial centre of Glasgow, United Kingdom.
Basalt Architecture has designed the Conservatoire Claude Debussy on the edge of the 17th arrondissement in Paris, among traditional Haussmann-style buildings and residential tower blocks.
A week-long series of events—starting with a ticketed gala on Saturday, March 8—will celebrate the grand opening of Emerson Los Angeles (ELA), a spectacular addition to the Hollywood skyline.
After hosting the 2012 Olympic Games, The London Aquatics Centre designed by Zaha Hadid Architects will open to the public on 1 March 2014.
London-based firm Trevor Horne Architects recently completed a mixed-use building in Hackney, London, that hosts studios for artists and architects on the ground and first floors, with three floors of spacious residential apartments sitting above.
Designer duo Amandine Peyresoubes and Nack Petiot of French studio Pygmalion designed Mikko, a series of ceramic and wood birdhouses and bird feeders which are adaptable to any variety of trees thanks to its elastic strap.
California-based Clive Wilkinson architects has recently designed the interior of the new office of digital agency The Barbarin Group in New York. Centerpiece of the project is an amazing undulating “endless desk”, a 1,100-foot-long surface that snakes around the 23,000-square-foot office, providing work space for all 125 employees.