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World Building of the Year 2019, Civic architects (lead architect), Braaksma & Roos Architectenbureau, Inside Outside / Petra Blaisse LocHal Public Library, Tilburg, the Netherlands


Jury: "This project transformed a significant building which had been planned for demolition. The result has created a physical facility in which a variety of users can meet for a variety of purposes, in this sense the building has become a social condenser. more



Landscape of the Year Winner: Original Design Studio
Demonstration Section of Yangpu Riverside Public Space
Shanghai, China

The World Architecture Festival 2019 is now over! This year we saw more delegates attend and shortlisted practices present than ever before.

Completed Building Production, Energy & Recycling: Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners - The Macallan Distillery and Visitor Experience, Craigellachie, United Kingdom

Congratulations to all the award winners. more


Obama Center shows updated design

Among the most visible changes are revisions to the project’s museum building, which will tower 235 feet above the center’s proposed 20-acre campus in Jackson Park. The signature structure is now

more detailed and less monolithic than the slab-sided iteration first revealed by New York-based Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects in spring 2017. more

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LTL Architects: 2019 Interior Design Hall of Fame Inductee

The principals of LTL Architects. Photography by Daniel Terna.   

The defining moment, professionally and philosophically, for David J. Lewis, his identical twin, Paul, and Marc Tsurumaki came in 1997. The three, in their early 30's at the time, were living in New York City, working day jobs for Peter Guggenheimer... more


10 Architects Create Stylish Doghouses

Benchouse, designed by Ignacio Ramos of Estudio Ramos.    

Fourteen-year-old Sagaponack resident Luke Louchheim loves animals and architecture, two interests... more


The FloMo: A Mobile Messenger for Sea Level Rise

The FloMo is a Trojan Horse to deliver a message of awareness and unity to a community of immigrants and business that are at risk of displacement or devastation by flooding and sea level rise. The canal district in San Rafael California is home to a community of thousands of immigrants. Their community it tight knit hardworking, and interdependent with a more


Featured Design School
University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design

The University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design prepares students to address complex sociocultural and environmental issues through thoughtful inquiry, creative expression, and innovation.  more

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