Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy & International Affairs by Zaha Hadid in Beirut, Lebanon

24 June 2014 No Comments

The Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs at the American University of Beirut is now based in its new permanent home by Zaha Hadid Architects. Developed with the support of a generous donation by former Deputy Prime Minister Issam Fares, the 3,000-square-meter building represents AUB’s ambitions into the 21st century. [...]

NEONSIGNS.HK: An Online Exhibition Dedicated to Hong Kong’s Iconic Neon Signs


08 June 2014 No Comments

The M+ Museum in Hong Kong has launched an amazing interactive online exhibition all about the city’s mesmerising neon signs and the culture that surrounds them. [...]

Illuminating Architecture: Swarovski Adds a Sparkle to the 14th Architecture Biennale in Venice

06 June 2014 No Comments

A spectacular light installation that pays tribute to Italian architecture and the façades of Venice’s palazzos has been created by Swarovski in collaboration with Rem Koolhaas, as part of the 14th Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale. [...]

St Kilda West House: Evoking Asia in Melbourne by Kennedy Nolan Architects

15 May 2014 No Comments

Evoking memories of form, colour, texture and light that are typically tied to Asian influences, Kennedy Nolan architects’ latest project, St Kilda West House in Melbourne, Australia, is a primary example of how to draw on the intangible and on the power of suggestion in the creation of a distinctly unique atmosphere. [...]

History Revisited: ONE ATHENS Apartment Building by C. A. Doxiadis and Divercity Architects

Set to be completed next autumn, One Athens is the Greek capital’s first luxury condominium that breathes new life into a 1960’s architectural monument designed by celebrated architect Constantinos Doxiadis. [...]

Monument Valley: A World of Impeccable Architecture, Geometry and Landscape Twists

06 May 2014 No Comments

A game which uses new game mechanics and it's built around the premise of guiding Ida, a silent Princess, through mysterious architectural landscapes leading her through monuments, hidden thresholds and turning stairs all the while avoiding the enigmatic Crow People. [...]

The Rota do Românico’s Information Centre in Paredes, northern Portugal

02 May 2014 No Comments

A house-shaped structure lands within a former primary school, as Portuguese architecture studio Spaceworkers reveal their Information Centre for the Rota do Românico in Portugal. [...]

The Winged Victory Of Samothrace Could One Day Dominate Your City's Skyline

24 March 2014 {9} Comments

The Aphrodite of Milos and the Winged Victory of Samothrace become breathtaking skyscrapers, as part of a series of inspiring architecture concepts by Vasily Klyukin conceived as a new kind of legendary architecture of the future. [...]