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28 Nov. 2023 - 8:00 UTC
The work of Ron Arad is part of Opera Gallery’s ‘Untitled Rencontres’, on view until 7 January 2024 [...]
28 Nov. 2023 - 6:00 UTC
Andrés Reisinger’s otherworldly virtual images come to life for the first time in Miami [...]
28 Nov. 2023 - 5:00 UTC
Photographer Carlijn Jacobs has united with Sabine Marcelis on the design of her first solo exhibition, at Foam, Amsterdam [...]
28 Nov. 2023 - 0:01 UTC
The Soane Medal 2023 has been awarded to French architecture practice Lacaton & Vassal [...]
27 Nov. 2023 - 18:43 UTC
Saltine serves bright seasonal fare in a setting inspired by natural light and honest materials [...]
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15 Oct. 2023 - 15:10 UTC
The online archive of the United States Department of the Interior Geological Survey is a valuable resource filled with detailed three-dimensional territorial maps employing various representational [...]
23 Apr. 2023 - 17:15 UTC
In 1991, Francisco Javier Rencoret, a Chilean architect and then Fulbright scholar at Cornell University, published New York City: The Edge of Enigma, (Princeton Architectural Press), a visual essay [...]
26 Mar. 2023 - 15:36 UTC
The ancient Berber village of Matmata in South Tunisia, located between the Eastern coast and the desert, is characterised by settlements of dwellings dug into the clay-gypsum layers of the ground. [...]
22 Jan. 2023 - 9:59 UTC
Contemporary Spanish painter Carlos Morago depicts realistic interior scenes that are mostly reduced to the bare minimum: light floors and walls and sporadical furniture. Empty corridors and rooms [...]
11 Dec. 2022 - 14:27 UTC
The Toghrol Tower is a 20 meters high tower located in the city of Rey in Iran made of bricks and Sarooj, a water-resistant mortar. It was erected in 1063, and according to some sources, it was [...]
19 Nov. 2023 - 0:00 UTC
Picture of the day Representation of King Ramesses II on his chariot during the Battle of Kadesh against the Hittite Empire (13th century BC). Bas-relief of the Great Temple of Abu Simbel, [...]
20 Nov. 2023 - 0:00 UTC
Picture of the day Children playing amongst drying colored cloth
21 Nov. 2023 - 0:00 UTC
Picture of the day Children of the Banna tribe in Ethiopia with traditional body painting, playing on wooden stilts.
22 Nov. 2023 - 0:00 UTC
Picture of the day Posthumous official presidential portrait of U.S. President John F. Kennedy.
23 Nov. 2023 - 0:00 UTC
Picture of the day View to Rio de Janeiro from Niterói - RJ, Brazil.
The Open-Source #Architecture #Community
1 Sep. 2023 - 13:43 UTC
If you had to choose software to begin working in architectural design, which would be your first choice? Many might think that a BIM solution such as BlenderBIM or FreeCAD… Read more The post [...]
13 Aug. 2023 - 11:20 UTC
Last week, a new stable release of FreeCAD has been published, tagged 0.21. This release is mostly there to provide a stable point before implementing Toponaming resolution functionality. Toponaming [...]
29 Jul. 2023 - 5:49 UTC
For the past 8 weeks, I’ve been working on the BlenderBIM Add-on’s Brickschema authoring module as part of the Google Summer of Code Program. I’m pretty new to the schema,… Read [...]
27 Mar. 2023 - 16:46 UTC
Imagine GIT for IFC files. That is, imagine a tool that keeps track of changes to an IFC file over the duration of a design project–a tool that allows branching… Read more The post [...]
9 Mar. 2023 - 9:38 UTC
Google Summer of Code is an annual programme that helps students and those new to open source software make their first steps into contributing code to software projects. GSoC Contributors… [...]
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28 Sep. 2023 - 20:00 UTC
[Image: The Heathen Gate at Carnuntum, outside Vienna; photo by Geoff Manaugh.] Last summer, a geophysicist at the University of Vienna named Immo Trinks proposed the creation of an EU-funded [...]
23 Jun. 2023 - 8:13 UTC
I don’t normally link to my short stories here, but I’m proud of a new one called “Lost Animals” that went up earlier this week. It’s about a man hired by private clients to clear houses of [...]
26 Mar. 2023 - 20:32 UTC
[Image: Looking out over the center of “Razish,” a simulated city at the Fort Irwin National Training Center; photo by Geoff Manaugh.] I had an opportunity to revisit the Fort Irwin National [...]
3 Jan. 2023 - 22:00 UTC
There was an article last year in the New York Times about a California start-up called Inversion that wants to “speed delivery of important items by storing them in orbit.” Their goal is to [...]
2 Jan. 2023 - 0:57 UTC
[Image: “Forest and Sun” (1926) by Max Ernst.] When I first saw this painting—“Forest and Sun” (1926) by Max Ernst, a composition and theme he continually revisited and changed over the [...]
A Weekly Dose of Architecture Books, a roundup of #architecture #book #news, and other relevant goodies
20 Nov. 2023 - 16:01 UTC
It's starting to look a lot like you-know-what
13 Nov. 2023 - 16:00 UTC
Let's go to Japan
6 Nov. 2023 - 16:00 UTC
This week on A Weekly Dose of Architecture Books: The recent publication of two books prompted me to ponder the future of cities and do a write-up of them together: Implementing Urban Design: Green, [...]
30 Oct. 2023 - 15:00 UTC
This week on A Weekly Dose of Architecture Books: This week I look at four recently published books: Handbook of Tyranny (Expanded Edition) and Joy and Fear: An Illustrated Report on Modernity, both [...]
23 Oct. 2023 - 15:01 UTC
This week on A Weekly Dose of Architecture Books: Over at World-Architects I reviewed As Found: Experiments in Preservation (Flanders Architecture Institute, 2023) edited by Sofie De Caigny, [...]
#architecture #podcast
6 Nov. 2023 - 15:30 UTC
In our second episode on Rem Koolhaas's Delirious New York, we covered his discussion of three heroic skyscrapers of Manhattanism's golden age: The Empire State Building, The New York Athletic Club [...]
2 Oct. 2023 - 11:57 UTC
In this episode, the first of a 3-parter, we began our discussion of 'Delirious New York' (1978) by Rem Koolhaas, a 'retroactive manifesto' for Manhattan. In this first part we discussed Rem's [...]
28 Aug. 2023 - 16:08 UTC
This is an unlocked Patreon bonus episode from last year. To get access to all our bonus content and support the show, please subscribe for just £3 a month: [...]
8 Aug. 2023 - 13:00 UTC
In this one-off summer episode we discussed 'How Buildings Learn' (1994) by Stewart Brand. The book is concerned with the whole lifespan of buildings, and "What Happens After They're [...]
6 Jul. 2023 - 11:59 UTC
In the final episode of our Antoni Gaudí series, we discussed his magnum opus, one of the most famous buildings in the world: La Sagrada Familia. However, as is always the case, not everything is as [...]
#architecture #magazine
28 Nov. 2023 - 3:00 UTC
The transformation of the space for the Ukrainian-Danish Youth House is based on two main ideas.
28 Nov. 2023 - 2:00 UTC
Adjacent to the site of the Chabad Lubavitch Family and Cultural Centre in Berlin's Charlottenburg- Wilmersdorf district, the community center Pears Jewish Campus Berlin is a facility for [...]
28 Nov. 2023 - 1:30 UTC
Some of the most memorable and moving exhibitions are the ones that simplify their staging, illuminating objects and narratives while pulling focus from everything else. A stark but [...]
28 Nov. 2023 - 1:00 UTC
Located within a lush tapestry of mango trees in the coastal town of Alibag near Mumbai, 'Asmalay' is a biophilic home that embraces the harmonious interplay of architecture and nature. [...]
28 Nov. 2023 - 0:00 UTC
Fengxian, which is named after the respect of Yanzi, is located among the river towns along the Yangtze River. Yanzi Memorial Hall is located in the core area of Fengxian District, Shanghai. [...]
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28 Nov. 2023 - 0:17 UTC
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Style Wars: classicism vs. modernism
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27 Nov. 2023 - 23:37 UTC
Someone has it in for a row of decent old houses on Angell Street. Specifically, they are Nos. 209, 211 and 217. They should be preserved. Their preservation should be second nature at every level of [...]
15 Nov. 2023 - 21:35 UTC
Providence Mayor Smiley has smudged a frown on the beauty of downtown. He has demolished the decorative brick and stonework at the intersection of Westminster and Dorrance streets. This is the [...]
2 Nov. 2023 - 2:16 UTC
I grew up in Washington, D.C., and probably gained my affection for classical architecture from its grand public spaces. I went off to college and upon my return found a striking new waterfront along [...]
18 Oct. 2023 - 17:43 UTC
The committee seeking a new home for the Rhode Island State Archives left wiggle room on whether to erect a new building for that purpose across Smith Street from the State House. It seemed from [...]
16 Oct. 2023 - 19:29 UTC
Thayer Street lost its character over the past two or three decades, as Providence and Brown shrugged their shoulders when “the Main Street of Brown University” saw its carriage trade and [...]
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27 Nov. 2023 - 20:08 UTC
alwayswonderingandwandering:antenne municipale
27 Nov. 2023 - 18:52 UTC
sprint95:berlin 2023
27 Nov. 2023 - 14:40 UTC
fuckyeahplattenbau:Blooming Earth - Josef Vajce, 1985 Prague, Chodov, Czechiaby Tomáš Brabec
27 Nov. 2023 - 14:40 UTC
memorabilia-memoria:내가 기억하는 것만내가 기억하는 것만 해도 많아Paris 18, novembre 2023
27 Nov. 2023 - 14:15 UTC