Appareil Architecture uses minimal palette to update 1960s Montreal home

Dark slate tiles, white marble and wood are among the materials that Canadian studio Appareil Architecture has used in the renovation of a mid-century home in Montreal to “foster harmony” with existing details. Appareil Architecture designed the overhaul for a residence in the city’s Outremont neighbourhood, which was completed in the 1960s by Montreal architect […]

Heatherwick Studio reveals designs for “gigantic planted pergola” in Tokyo

Construction has begun on the Toranomon-Azabudai district in central Tokyo, where Japan’s tallest skyscraper will sit alongside buildings and a landscaped pergola designed by Heatherwick Studio. Heatherwick Studio designed the public realm and numerous low-rise blocks for the development within the Minato ward of Tokyo based on the idea of creating a giant plant-filled pergola. “As […]

Competition: win three hand-crafted cocktail tables by Tom Faulkner

In our latest competition, we’ve teamed up with Tom Faulkner to give a reader the chance to win three cocktail tables from the designer’s Lily collection. The collection is based on Japanese lily pads, with the table tops originally manufactured in bronze and brass. Tom Faulkner has updated the table’s design for 2019 to feature […]

Maia House / Raulino Silva Arquitecto

Maia House / Raulino Silva Arquitecto © João Morgado + 32 Architects Raulino Silva Location Maia, Portugal Category Design Team Raulino Silva, Daniela Amorim, Cátia Sampaio, Giulia Pecorari, Marco Camilletti, Carla Ribeiro, Hélder Jesus, Isopescu Laurentiu, Elena Marino e Giuliano Pavarese Site Area 3756.6 ft2 Area 315.0 ft2 Project Year 2019 Photographs João Morgado © […]

Huge salvaged trees form benches in San Francisco restaurant Radhaus by Envelope A+D

A screwdriver, drawer knobs and a pipe are among the objects that Berkeley studio Envelope A+D has used as beer taps in this industrial-style restaurant in San Francisco. Radhaus is a beer hall and Bavarian restaurant located in the Bay Area’s historic Fort Mason Centre for Arts and Culture, a region acknowledged for its former […]

Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen reflects on the influence of Danish design in a short film by Vola

Dezeen promotion: Norm Architects‘ founding partner Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen explores the heritage and influence of Danish design in a short film presented by tap manufacturer Vola. Titled Danish Design and the Future, the film is led by Bjerre-Poulsen, founding partner of Copenhagen-based studio Norm Architects. Best known for its minimal aesthetic and earthy tones, the designer […]

Moncayo Club House / Iconico Studio

Moncayo Club House / Iconico Studio © Onnis Luque + 25 Director Moritz Melchert Strategic Director Rubén Jiménez Project Coordinator René Cruz Creative Director Armando Román Architects Adair Linares, Guillermo López, André Torres, Andrea Trejo, Aníbal González, Edith López, María Carballo, Santiago Olguin Visual Artist Abraham Mena More Specs Less Specs © Onnis Luque Text […]

“The basic foolishness is compounded by a screamingly patronising name – Whey Aye”

As Europe’s largest Ferris wheel is set to be built in Newcastle, Owen Hatherley questions why the giant wheels are still being built in cities across the world. Another Ferris wheel has just won planning permission, this time for a site on the Newcastle quayside. It provides an occasion to think about why there has been […]

Graux & Baeyens builds studio for Belgian artist Stief Desmet

Belgian studio Graux & Baeyens Architecten has used “sober but brutal” materials to create a new atelier for painter and sculpture Stief Desmet. Desmet already had one studio on his rural property in East Flanders, but it was too small to accommodate larger sculptures. Graux & Baeyens designed his new space, Studio SDS, in the […]

Trosterudveien 9 House / R21 Arkitekter

Save this picture! © Herman Dreyer + 18 Architects R21 Arkitekter Location Oslo, Norway Category Houses Lead Architects Bergur Briem, Martin Smedsrud, Thomas Thorsnes Area 300.0 m2 Project Year 2018 Photographs Herman Dreyer Manufacturers Loading… Save this picture! © Herman Dreyer Text description provided by the architects. In a typical single-family house area, the project […]

Annie MOORE algorithm matches refugees to best-suited US cities

Researchers have developed an algorithm to match refugees arriving in the US with the city where they are most likely to find employment and a good quality of life. Developed by researchers at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts, Lund University in Sweden, and the University of Oxford in the UK, the algorithm aims to direct new […]

Azimute House / Arquitecturar

Azimute House / Arquitecturar © Francisco Nogueira + 38 © Francisco Nogueira Text description provided by the architects. The building is located in a rural area about 3km from the center of Estremoz/Alentejo. The landscaping and natural surroundings are extremely appealing and can provide very interesting moments of leisure and contemplation. This tourist unit is […]

ArchDaily’s Ultimate List of Advice for Incoming Architecture Students

ArchDaily’s Ultimate List of Advice for Incoming Architecture Students OMA’s Milstein Hall at Cornell University shows off the dynamic atmosphere of an architecture school; as students on he ground floor have seminars and crits, other students mill above them. Image © Matthew Carbone Architecture school. You’ve heard the myths – the legends of all-nighters and […]

Aston Martin launches architectural service to design homes focused around your car

Luxury carmaker Aston Martin has launched a design service that will allow drivers to create garages, homes and villain-esque “lairs” that showcase their favourite cars. Aston Martin‘s Automotive Galleries and Lairs service will specifically design spaces to showcase a client’s most prized motors. Offering everything from a bespoke garage to an entire retreat, the company is […]

New Rules for London’s Skyscrapers Favor Pedestrians

New Rules for London’s Skyscrapers Favor Pedestrians © IR Stone/ Shutterstock With a very bold and pioneering move, the UK for the first time is prioritizing cyclists and pedestrians. The city is making pressures on skyscrapers by issuing new rules on the design of the high-rises in order to prevent the creation of wind tunnels. […]

Zak Ik Store / Roth-Architecture

Zak Ik Store / Roth-Architecture Cortesía de Roth-Architecture + 35 Cortesía de Roth-Architecture Text description provided by the architects. An exclusive fashion boutique at AZULIK Tulum, which combines fashion, design, architecture, jewelry, and art, within a space full of contrasts, textures, sensations and routes that invites you to discover the collections of the store. Cortesía […]

What Do The Cracks in Concrete Structures Mean?

What Do The Cracks in Concrete Structures Mean? Cracks, which could be classified according to their thickness as fissures or fractures, are serious problems in the construction industry that can negatively affect aesthetics, durability and, most importantly, the structural characteristics of a project. They can happen anywhere, but occur especially in walls, beams, columns, and slabs, […]

UFC 240 Fight Live Reddit