Cultural Projects

Innovative Detail: The Pinch in Shuanghe Village, Yunnan Province, China
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Innovative Detail: The Pinch in Shuanghe Village, Yunnan...

A library and community center designed by a team at the University of Hong Kong... Read more

Guggenheim Helsinki Competition Reveals Finalized Designs
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Guggenheim Helsinki Competition Reveals Finalized Designs

An exhibition will open to the public on April 25 in Finland’s Kunsthalle Helsinki... Read more

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Pavilion of Australia, Giardini della BiennalePavilion of Australia, Giardini della Biennale

Denton Corker Marshall designs the Venice Biennale's first national pavilion of the 21st century. Read more

The Kresge Foundation Grants $1.6M to 18 Projects Revitalizing Detroit
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The Kresge Foundation Grants $1.6M to 18 Projects Revitalizing...

The recipients include 2014 ARCHITECT R+D Award winner Afterhouse by the... Read more

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Jimenez Lai's Youthquake at the Graham Foundation Jimenez Lai's Youthquake at the Graham Foundation

Lai sits down to discuss his Graham exhibit "Treatise," the youth movement in architecture, and his move to L.A. Read more

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SculptureCenter Renovation and Expansion SculptureCenter Renovation and Expansion

Andrew Berman talks about his recent work reimagining the SculptureCenter in Long Island City, N.Y. Read more

London's Battersea Arts Centre Catches Fire
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London's Battersea Arts Centre Catches Fire

The 19th-century building, designed by Edward William Mountford, was converted... Read more

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Morning News Roundup: March 9, 2015 Morning News Roundup: March 9, 2015

J. Thomas Regan, the former dean of the Texas A&M College of Architecture died; architect Ole Scheeren designed a Beijing auction house; critic John King reviews the new Google headquarters; and more news to start your week. Read more

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Jean Nouvel Wants to Be Legally Disassociated From the Philharmonie de Paris Jean Nouvel Wants to Be Legally Disassociated From the Philharmonie de Paris

The French architect says the Paris concert hall does not resemble his original design, and has applied for a court order for all references of his name and image to be removed from twenty-six areas of the site. Read more

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