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Construction Processes, Design

Which Country is Best in Design? A’ Design Awards Announce World Design Rankings 2021

January 3, 2022

Via: ArchDaily

Which country is the best in industrial design? Which country is the best in interior design? These and more questions seek to be answered thanks to the World Design Rankings (WDR), sponsored by the A’ Design Award and Competition. With […]


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FCBStudios Designs Mixed-Use Development in the Heart of Bristol

December 30, 2021

Via: ArchDaily

FCBStudios’ redevelopment plans for St Mary le Port Bristol received planning approval, spearheading the transformation of the key site into a vibrant piece of the urban fabric. The scheme embraces the historical importance of St Mary le Port church tower […]


Construction Processes, Design

Can Architects Finally have a Seat at the Table? Labor Rights and Work Conditions in Architecture

December 29, 2021

Via: ArchDaily

The early stages of practicing architecture are often met with what many explain as “the slippery slope of being an architect”, where expectations do not at all meet reality of the profession and gets worse as the experience progresses. With […]


Construction Processes, Design

Architecture and Engineering Side by Side: the Case of Urban Bridges

November 15, 2021

Via: ArchDaily

The technical needs of the construction of bridges many times guide the development of the design itself. However, architecture is never put aside, rather the opposite. The aesthetics of bridges that we collect in this article are the result of […]


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The Versatility of HPL Panels for Interior Spaces

November 12, 2021

Via: ArchDaily

HPL (High Pressure Laminate) panels are made of Kraft paper impregnated with phenolic resins, subjected to heat and pressure. A decorative layer with synthetic polymer allows the sheets to have numerous color and texture options, providing an extremely high strength […]


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MAD Architects Breaks Ground on New Residential Tower in Denver

November 10, 2021

Via: ArchDaily

MAD Architects has broken ground on One River North, a sixteen-storey residential tower which features a descending nature trail carved into its façade. The project is set to “blur the lines between the built and natural environments” with more than […]


Construction Processes, Design

How Models Inspire Architecture

October 29, 2021

Via: ArchDaily

Models are useful to architects for all sorts of things, from the earliest parts of the design, all the way to marketing a building after it’s built. But, what is it about models that makes them such an important and […]


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Business of Design Lecture Series: Where Design meets Business

October 21, 2021

Via: ArchDaily

Architects and Designers: Have you ever asked yourself how to win more work, how to leave behind unprofitable, ineffective marketing methods, how to level up your design firm, and to say yes to more fulfilling work…? If so, sign up […]


Construction Processes, Design

Designing Sustainable K-12 Buildings Using Aluminum

October 20, 2021

Via: gb&d magazine

Aluminum and aluminum alloys have long been used as building construction materials. Strongly associated with the Art Deco movement due to the sleek appearance and malleability—consider the striking details of New York’s Empire State and Chrysler buildings—aluminum was found to […]


Construction Processes, Design

Kingswood School Prep School, Pre-Prep and Nursery / Stonewood Design

September 2, 2021

Via: ArchDaily

Text description provided by the architects. A New Prep School Building re-accommodates facilities which include classrooms for Years 5 and 6, Music, Art, “STEAM” facilities, and a School Hall. The School also wished to address the demand for Pre-Prep and […]