Grimshaw architects NY office hosted a very interesting panel on thursday night about the future of design.
For the climate week in NYC, a bunch of passionating events were organized to finally end with the People’s Climate March. This is how I had the chance to visit the LEED-certified Center for Spiritual Development, 124 East 31st Street.
The first tour of the Building of the Day program is the Public Theater at Astor Place by Ennead architects.
Philosophy, methods, projects, future plans, … discover Architecture Research Office.
An amazing, optimistic, motivating talk by Edward Mazria was held at the AIA NYC chapter on architects and urbanists environmental urgent responsibility. Here is a report.
HABITAT III is an international conference held every 20 years. The world’s national governments, NGOs and Civil Society meet to cope with key issues such as housing, urbanisation and social equity.
Giancarlo Mazzanti, one of the winners of the Global Award for sustainable architecture, talks at the Cité de l’architecture in Paris and answers the questions “How do you work?” and “What do you do?”.
The exhibition, going on through june 1st, is called Franck Lloyd Wright and the city: Density vs. Dispersal and explore the ambiguity of FLW’s standing about the future of the city.
The exhibition En mode(s) béton was inaugurated this week-end at the Maison de l’Architecture of Paris.
A Chinese doctor gets a villa built on the very top of his tower building.
The stage design of Nine Inch Nails summer tour is literally breathtaking.
The 18th annual Congress for the New Urbanism held on May 19-22 in Atlanta, USA.
Rory Sutherland talks about perception, and how it gives a value to everything in life.