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Adrienne Brown’s forthcoming book The Black Skyscraper teaches us how early “sky-scrapers” shifted our perception of race in America
Part of a Iconic Norway, the film is a time lapse journey thru Norway´s most beautiful contemporary architecture.
Taking bustling chaos of the Venice Biennial as its cue, the firm experimented with scale and proportion until — after much prototyping — they were left with a scaled down, minimal retreat embedded within Venice's Time Space Existence exhibition.  The video...
Lars Hesselgren is a leading researcher and academic in architecture and urbanism. His research in PLP Labs focuses on the technologies that underpin design in the built environment - ranging from novel mobility systems to new sustainable materials in...
June 2, 2022 saw the On Demand and North American Digital premiere of The Price Of Desire, written and directed by Mary McGuckian. The film is presented by Giant Pictures and is available on Prime Video, Apple TV, and...
Arab Women in Architecture

Arab Women in Architecture

"Arab Women in Architecture" is a documentary that features stories on the experiences, challenges, and achievements of Arab women architects.
Los Angeles Time-Lapse - TimeLAX

Los Angeles Time-Lapse – TimeLAX

TimeLAX is a time-lapse photography project that shows the Greater Los Angeles area from many angles.
Considered by many to be the most significant Catalan artist since Gaudi, the sculptor Xavier Corbero has built a home that befits his reputation
Master craftsmen explore how Florence’s monumental dome was built nearly 600 years ago.
Sou Fujimoto: The Sketchbook

Sou Fujimoto: The Sketchbook

The Japanese architect talk to NOWNESS on how ideas are born
In his lecture, David Walker, FASLA, discusses the work of PWP Landscape Architecture, a firm of about 45 landscape architects in Berkeley, California.
AIA presents a short documentary about Chris Downey, an inspiring architect in San Francisco who is pioneering design for the blind
Architect Helmut Jahn explains how his aesthetic choices for the Joe and Rika Mansueto Library reflect the University of Chicago
Retro ramblings around French brutalist buildings for the Barcelona natives latest

The Aylesbury Estate

Originally built to house over 7,000 people, the Aylesbury estate in South East London was one of largest housing projects in Europe when completed in the 1970s
Architect and founder of Mitte's Museum for Architectural Drawing Sergei Tchoban sat down with Berlin Art Link to talk about some of his iconic completed works in Berlin and abroad
Hearst Corporation released an exclusive video commemorating the upcoming 10th anniversary of the topping out of Hearst Tower, the first building commissioned post September 11 ...

The Quad – RNT Architects

On the edge of downtown San Diego two new City College buildings come together to form a special place for inspiration, the exchange of ideas and a connection to the City

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