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Danish architecture studio BIG is designing a road, air and hyperloop-capable autonomous vehicle for the new US city of Telosa currently being planned for five million people in an unconfirmed desert location. Read more
Supertall skyscrapers are becoming increasingly common in North America outside of New York. Here are six designs by architects including Frank Gehry and SOM for supertalls that are planned across USA and Canada. Read more
Philip Johnson's Glass House and a Frank Lloyd Wright home are among the buildings that leading American architects have selected as the USA's most significant pieces of architecture of all time. Read more
Following the Plus and Zurich Airport - Dock A, the Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) continues its embrace of sustainable timber construction with an eye-catching museum. The National Juneteenth Museum will be arranged into an undulating star-like shape and will be dedicated to telling the history of the Federal holiday and hosting exhibitions, discussions and events related to African American freedom.
Dezeen School Shows: a music hall for the deaf community and an architecture typology designed for nomads are included in Dezeen's latest school show by students at the American University in Dubai. Read more
Embed from Getty Images// Photojournalist Dirck Halstead, known for capturing pivotal historical moments, passed away last week at age 85. According to his sister, Anne Macpherson, a cerebral hemorrhage ended his life at a hospital near his home in Boquete, Panama. Halstead is known for capturing images during the beginning and end of the Vietnam War and an assassination attempt on Ronald Regan w
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) has revealed the recipients of its annual Architecture Awards. The prestigious prize highlights 11 outstanding projects this year, including an energy efficient US Embassy in the UK, a flexible events space in New York City, and the renovation of Seattle's iconic Space Needle.Continue ReadingCategory: Architecture, LifestyleTags: American Institute of Ar
visual artist and sculptor hugh hayden explores the human condition through the anthropomorphization of the natural world. The post art installation in madison square examines inherent tensions in the american education system appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Brutalist furniture by Rick Owens, a shaggy pink sofa and ethereal lighting feature in Transatlántico, an exhibition of Latin American and European sculptural design presented by Galerie Philia in Mexico City. Read more

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