February 19, 2016
Looks like something out of Avatar right? This is actually part of the Supertrees sound & light show which happens every night at dusk. These Gardens did influence a film, but not Avatar. The visuals for the planet Xandar in Guardians of the Galaxy were inspired by this area @visit_singapore #yoursingapore #guardiansofthegalaxy #avatar #marinabay #gardensbythebay #singapore #wow_singapore #singaporetoday #exploresingapore #singapore_city #ig_singapore #travel #architecture #architecturelovers #architectureporn #passionpassport #instasingapore #adventure #wanderlust #dusk #sunset #lightshow #lights #xandar #gardens #tree
Open House Du Tour Residence in Montreal by Architecture Open Form. [ARCHITECT]
Jointed Tower Nexus Tower at the Pearl River Delta in China by PLP Architecture. [ARCHITECT]
ARE 5.0 NCARB shares more details about the new Architect Registration Examination. [ARCHITECT]
2016 Equity in Architecture Survey AIA San Francisco and the Equity by Design Committee announce the online survey will be open from Feb. 29 to April 1 to any architecture school graduate in the United States. [ARCHITECT]
Biography of a Building Witold Rybczynski, Hon. FAIA, writes that Norman Foster's evolution as an architect can be viewed through the lens of a single project: the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts. [ARCHITECT]
And the Winners Are ... We gave out the hardware to the winners of the 63rd annual Progressive Architecture Awards this week. [ARCHITECT]
Awards and Competitions
The Buckminster Fuller Challenge recognizes initiatives that take a comprehensive and anticipatory design approach to advance human well-being and the health of the planet’s ecosystem. The Buckminster Fuller Institute awards one $100,000 prize to support the development and implementation of a design solution that addresses complex global problems. The application window will open on Jan. 15 and entries are due by March 1.
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