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In the middle of Moscow’s transit expansion sits Salaris, a 27.9 hectare transit hub currently under construction in Moscow Oblast. The project directly faces Kievskoye Highway and is the last stop along the Oblast metro line, making it a...
There is the old cliché that “first impressions count” and, like most clichés, it has an element of fact. Within seconds of being exposed to a shop or any other retail environment, we soon begin to create pre-conceptions about...
In a move that restricts consumer freedom and damages small local companies, the Whirlpool Corporation is attempting to corner the market for replacement water filters in their popular fridges. Whirlpool has already begun legal action against smaller filter manufacturers...
Whether we try and get our heads around it and fail – or simply cannot comprehend the scale of time involved – the world we live in will not exist during our lifetime only. In fact, you and I are...
67 years into the service of the nation, Balkrishna Doshi was born in the year 1927. Reigning in the architectural industry in India, some of the architectural wonders of the country was designed by him. Aptly enough, he is...
As 2018 draws near, it almost feels disappointing that our world is not as technologically advanced as the ones showcased in Sci-Fi movies of the 80s and 90s yet one cannot argue that fact that we are closer and...
To work from home and have the coziness and warmth of a Fireplace on your desk, in a splendidly painted dome sounds surreal, and till a couple of days, it was, no more. It is entitled EGLOO and it has...
Architects Anna and Eugeni Bach are updating the Barcelona Pavilion as we speak, the establishment is being reinterpreted today into a minimal state, all walls will be covered with white panels, the Pavilion will be, temporarily, in its purest unoriginal instance  of expression.  The...
A proposal to raze Soviet era housing and relocate 1.6 million residents has caused so much concern that thousands turned out to protest this weekend
Architects say Brexit will damage the industry if practices across Britain cannot continue to employ EU staff
Smarter than HGTV and livelier than PBS, the British program ‘Grand Designs’ celebrates architectural problem-solving.
The Smog Free Tower, an outdoor air cleaner, was tested in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. The challenge will be bigger when it is moved in September ...
What was once a private home in Barcelona, built for the broker Manel Vicens from 1883 to 1885, will be transformed into a museum dedicated to Gaudí this fall
The city wants architects to start designing for bigger, badder weather.
The University of Pennsylvania announced the groundbreaking for the construction of a new hospital on Penn Medicine’s West Philadelphia campus designed by Foster + Partners as part of PennFirst, an Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) team
The Obamas have revealed their library – and it comes with a bit of drama.
The partnership between Landid and Brockton Capital has signed up to achieve WELL Building Standard certification for The Porter Building ...
Decay forced staff to retreat from the 1875 Italianate building but they are finally set to move back into their new, permanent home

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