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Everyman Theatre Wins the 2014 RIBA Stirling Prize

The annual award, which honors the best building in the United Kingdom, this year went to Haworth Tompkins for the Everyman Theatre in Liverpool.

A hydraulic brise-soleil admits daylight when open.

Florida Polytechnic University, Designed by Santiago Calatrava

The architect's Innovation, Science and Technology Building will be the focal point of a campus being built around his vision.

Zaha Hadid Architects Designs Cambodian Genocide Memorial

Construction will begin next year on the memorial and institute dedicated to victims of Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge regime.

Lake Minnetonka Retreat House, Designed by Snow Kreilich Architects

With its two intersecting volumes and a bevy of views, this Deephaven, Minn., house designed by Snow Kreilich Architects is a meticulously detailed exercise in restraint.

La Brea Housing, Designed by Patrick Tighe Architecture with John V. Mutlow Architects

This 32-unit affordable housing complex in West Hollywood, Calif., packs a lot of design bang for the buck.

Behind the metal-and-glass west face of the new SAHMRI complex in Adelaide, Australia, brightly painted and enclosed support spaces add visual punch and reduce heat gain.

South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute, Designed by Woods Bagot

This new facility is meant to jumpstart the state’s international medical science efforts and provide the Australian city of Adelaide with its own architectural icon.

The new Mariposa Land Port of Entry is one of the busiest vehicular ports into the United States.

Mariposa Land Port of Entry, Designed by Jones Studio

The Phoenix-based firm balanced security and serenity in its design for one of the busiest border stations in the United States, sited in Nogales, Ariz.

Williamstrip Bath House, Designed by Craig Hamilton Architects

Craig Hamilton Architects looks to antiquity, British Architectural History, and even the goddess Aphrodite to create a classical bathhouse in the Cotswolds.

The inset walkways metal ceiling and wood floor frame views of the surroundings.

Qingdao World Horticultural Expo Theme Pavilion, Designed by UNStudio

Ben van Berkel of UNStudio describes his series of quietly colorful structures designed for one of China’s largest flower shows.

S-House, Designed by Yuusuke Karasawa Architects

The Tokyo-based firm designed a glazed, split-level house in Japan’s Saitama prefecture that explores the owner’s interest in the networks formed by space and nature.

Newport Beach Civic Center and Park, Designed by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

This design for a new City Hall and public park in California is a study in edge conditions, merging building, landscape, and civic presence in one transparent package.

Fire Island House, Designed by Richard Meier & Partners

Richard Meier has designed a relatively modest new beachfront house for long-time clients that marries his signature orthogonals with an exceptional transparency.

Alvar Aalto Foundation Launches Google Street View Tours

Google and the Alvar Aalto Foundation collaborated on virtual visits to some of Aalto’s most prominent buildings—and some lesser-known gems—in Finland.

City Hall Rejects BIG Revisions for Utah’s Kimball Art Center

BIG’s second proposal for the museum in Park City, Utah, has been rejected for lack of compatibility with Main Street.

Master Plan for the Public Administrative Town, Designed by Balmori Associates and H Architecture

By merging landscape and architecture, this plan aims to create a new seat of government for South Korea—and a new form of urbanism.

 
 
 
 
 
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Next Progressives series

Beyond the Boundary

With his firm, Alfonso Medina is helping to change the face of housing in Tijuana, Mexico, with his practice that melds real estate, construction, and architecture


 
 

Past Progressives series

The California DataMart by Tanner & VanDine Architects (now Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects) glows at night, like the computer monitors once on display there.

The California DataMart

This San Francisco building reveals how our interpretation of an architectural form can change with the times.


 
 
 

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