Diamond Schmitt Architects turns a forgettable low-rise building at Thompson Rivers University into a focal point in British Columbia.
Stuttgart University employs robots to fabricate the shell of a pavilion about innovative construction methods.
Farrow Partnership Architects created an indoor forest before digital fabrication came of age.
For the GSA Office Building in Albuquerque, N.M., architecture and engineering firm Page hung western red cedar slats to shade the courtyard and building interior in an elegant and efficient manner.
The Billard Leece Partnership angled long lengths of timber to fulfill Australia's stringent building code requirement for sunshading.
K2S Architects realized an unorthodox form for a chapel in Helsinki with help from a team of former shipbuilders.
Through creative detailing and design, Hennebery Eddy Architects crafted a facility for the Cascades Academy that complements its forested site.
Sanjay Puri Architects created the dizzying interior wood finish of the Auriga restaurant in Mumbai, India, with no software, but rather a pencil tied to a stick.
As one of the largest grid shells in the United Kingdom, the geodesic dome over the University of Exeter's Forum supports student life and looks great on T-shirts.
An architect-drummer and acoustician-trumpeter update a 1960s concert hall with a versatile acoustical shell.
In southern Norway, a performing arts center by Helsinki firm ALA Architects embraces and amazes visitors with a wooden wall that cantilevers to the harbor's edge.
The Metropol Parasol is the world's largest structure held together by glue.
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