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Short animation shows 100 years of architecture in Czechoslovakia
In episode two of Building Ireland, Architect Orla Murphy explores the rise of Dublin’s cathedrals of capital because in the middle of the 19th century our capital city was brimming with banks
Meet José Selgas – one half of the commended and innovative Spanish architecture practice SelgasCano
Pakistani-American artist Anila Quayyum Agha uses light and cast shadow to transform Rice Gallery into a sacred space of her own making that is open to all
Pin-based shape displays not only give physical form to digital information, they have the inherent ability to accurately move and manipulate objects placed on top of them
The grand dame of design opens the doors to her personal paradise
This house is part of our continued work on the container/ contained relation in architecture, and in particular, what happens when that relation is broken
Led by a strong contemporary design sensibility, Todd Saunders believes that architecture must play an important role in creating place, using form, materials ...
Director Albert Moya takes us on a tour through Mutina bustling Angelo Mangiarotti-designed Modena headquarters
In his lecture, David Walker, FASLA, discusses the work of PWP Landscape Architecture, a firm of about 45 landscape architects in Berkeley, California.
The POD Sessions is an interview series wherein creators and thinkers share their thoughts on how their work influences our workspace environment and its culture
The cities of Barcelona and Montréal invited Moment Factory to showcase architect Antoni Gaudí‘s renowned Sagrada Familia by creating a moving fresco on the basilica’s Nativity façade
Korean artist Do Ho Suh draws attention to the ways viewers occupy and inhabit public space
Watch Christian Benimana, MASS' Rwanda Programs director present his vision for the African Design Center
RiverFirst is a generational initiative to bring world-class parks and trails to the Mississippi Riverfront in Minneapolis
Cinder Cone is a multi-platform tree house, but also includes a skate bowl and a wood fired soaking tub as well
Helsinki-based practice AOR give an insight into why emerging contemporary architects are thriving in Finland.
Step inside the world of Nigerian architect Kunlé Adeyemi – praised for his ability to build innovative architecture on water.

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