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UC Berkeley's College of Environmental Design selected Kennedy for its biannual prize honoring a design practitioner or academic who has worked to advance sustainability and gender equity in architecture.Read More
The London Design Medal winners, photos of SFMOMA's topping out ceremony, and more news stories for Tuesday.Read More
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The Tokyo-based firm won the commission with a proposal that features a pentagonal shade canopy, designed to imitate nature through digital modeling.Read More
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Capable of recovering its shape after being compressed to half of its original size, the flexible material could have applications in resilient architecture.Read More
An infographic comparing the value of sidewalks and street trees to rifles and military helmets, a profile of American carousel makers, and more news for Monday.Read More
Twenty-eight years ago, Detroit's East Side neighborhoods were experiencing an economic slump leading to pockets of abandoned lots and houses. Artist and resident Tyree Guyton saw an opportunity to turn the neighborhood into an open-air art project inspiring social enrichment. The Heidelberg...View
Ben van Berkel of UNStudio describes his series of quietly colorful structures designed for one of China’s largest flower shows.Read More
The exhibit focuses on how five internationally renowned architects’ healthcare buildings in the U.K. address the everyday challenges for people undergoing cancer treatment.Read More
Oakland, Calif.–based Rael San Fratello builds full-scale models out of polymers developed by its materials collaborative, Emerging Objects.
Diamond Schmitt Architects turns a forgettable low-rise building at Thompson Rivers University into a focal point in British Columbia.
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