“What I Really Like Is Speed”: In conversation with Odile Decq

“What I Really Like Is Speed”: In conversation with Odile Decq © GL Events Headquarters, Lyon, 2014. © Roland Halbe Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/931493/what-i-really-like-is-speed-in-conversation-with-odile-decq Clipboard“COPY” Copy Odile Decq was born in 1955 in Laval, France and studied at École Régionale d’Architecture in Rennes, Brittany. She graduated from the École Nationale […]

“The Goal Is to Create an Immortal Building”: In Conversation with Boris Bernaskoni

“The Goal Is to Create an Immortal Building”: In Conversation with Boris Bernaskoni HIPERCUBE. Image © Yuri Palmin Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/930066/the-goal-is-to-create-an-immortal-building-in-conversation-with-boris-bernaskoni Clipboard“COPY” Copy Boris Bernaskoni (born 1977, Moscow, Russia) is the leading Russian architect of his generation. He is interested in what technology can do today, so his architecture […]

GENSLER Principal Lukasz Platkowski: the World of Work is Undergoing a Tectonic Shift

GENSLER Principal Lukasz Platkowski: the World of Work is Undergoing a Tectonic Shift [embedded content] Lucasz Platkowski, Principal and Design Leader at GENSLER, presents his vision on how the world of work undergoes a tectonic shift, due to advancements in technology such as artificial intelligence and job automation, which are disrupting the already known and tested working models. Our new lifestyles, needs […]

David Basulto and Varvara Melnikova on Internet and Education

David Basulto and Varvara Melnikova on Internet and Education [embedded content] This summer, on the occasion of the annual Moscow Urban Forum, ArchDaily’s CEO David Basulto visited the Russian capital to give a talk at the event and meet with some friend of ArchDaily. Among others, David visited Strelka Institute, our dearest longtime partner and […]

rat[LAB] Studio Founder Sushant Verma: ‘Most of Us Are Not Even Ready for the Present’

rat[LAB] Studio Founder Sushant Verma: ‘Most of Us Are Not Even Ready for the Present’ [embedded content] Sushant Verma, Co-founder and Design Head at rat[LAB] Studio, told ArchDaily about how computational design is currently being used to push the design industry to a faster pace of adaption of new technologies, which has led to innovations of various scales […]

AD Interviews: Alfredo Thiermann

AD Interviews: Alfredo Thiermann [embedded content] ArchDaily had a chance to visit Alfredo Thiermann (ThiermannCruz) at his Berlin studio, to learn more about his work at the intersection of practice, research, and his passion for music. Alfredo studied architecture in Chile at Universidad Católica, and received his Master’s degree from Yale. He started his practice […]

“It Was Important for Both of us to Come Back Home”: In Сonversation with Neri&Hu

“It Was Important for Both of us to Come Back Home”: In Сonversation with Neri&Hu The Lantern. Image © Pedro Pegenaute Lyndon Neri (b. 1965, Philippines) graduated from Harvard and Rossana Hu (b. 1968, Taiwan) from Princeton; they met while pursuing their undergraduate degrees at the University of California at Berkeley. Before establishing Neri&Hu in […]

TAB 2019: Curator Yael Reisner on her Lifelong Fight for Beauty

TAB 2019: Curator Yael Reisner on her Lifelong Fight for Beauty [embedded content] Opened in the middle of September, Tallinn Architecture Biennale 2019 (TAB 2019) explores its theme “Beauty Matters” through all possible architectural means. Wood and textiles, 3D-printed structures and VR are only a few components of the main exhibition of the biennial, curated […]

Hello Wood Team on How to Create a Strong Community in a Week

Hello Wood Team on How to Create a Strong Community in a Week [embedded content] Hello Wood, as you may already know, is an annual festival, which gathers hundreds of people in a Hungarian village for a week. Divided into groups, the architects and students carefully selected by the team of organizers, build installations made […]

Conceiving Present Day of Future: A Talk with Zeng Qun

Theme Pavilion of World Expo. 2010 Shanghai. Image © Zeng Qun Arc Lab When architecture has been evolving within the context of “Chinese characteristics”, Shanghai as one of the national creative centers provides us with a glimpse of the transformations and the prospects of Chinese contemporary architecture. As a matter of fact, corporations are the […]

Stefano Boeri on His Methodology and How Success is Sometimes a Problem

Stefano Boeri on His Methodology and How Success is Sometimes a Problem [embedded content] One of the leading Italian architects Stefano Boeri spoke with us in his Milan office — Milano Arch Week curator, designer of multiple Verticle Forests all around the world, Boeri is also a Professor at one of the best Europian architecture […]

Open More Doors: Supervoid

Open More Doors: Supervoid [embedded content] Open More Doors is a section by ArchDaily and the MINI Clubman that takes you behind the scenes of the world’s most innovative offices through exciting video interviews and an exclusive photo gallery featuring each studio’s workspace. This month, we talked with Italian architecture firm Supervoid to discuss their […]

“We Turn Every Project into an Opportunity”: In Conversation with Giorgi Khmaladze

“We Turn Every Project into an Opportunity”: In Conversation with Giorgi Khmaladze Coffee Production Plant. Image Courtesy of Khmaladze Architects + 12 Architect Giorgi Khmaladze was born in Tbilisi, Georgia in 1982. After graduating from the Tbilisi State Academy of Art in 2002, he was accepted to AA in London but at that time he […]

Open More Doors: Groupwork + Amin Taha

Open More Doors: Groupwork + Amin Taha [embedded content] + 22 Open More Doors is a section by ArchDaily and the MINI Clubman that takes you behind the scenes of the world’s most innovative offices through exciting video interviews and an exclusive photo gallery featuring each studio’s workspace. © Laurian Ghinitoiu This month, we talked […]

“Everybody Can Share an Opinion, But at The End I’ll Decide”: In Conversation with César Pelli

“Everybody Can Share an Opinion, But at The End I’ll Decide”: In Conversation with César Pelli © César Pelli + 17 Cities’ greatness should be judged by whether they have succeeded in accumulating extraordinary works of architecture. They can be fantastic for their food, music, or lifestyle overall, but if there is no architecture, they […]

No Architectural Media Communicates Atmosphere and Ambiance as Compellingly as Film

No Architectural Media Communicates Atmosphere and Ambiance as Compellingly as Film Urban Below – Still shot. Authorship: Han Wu & Studio 35mm (Hamid Khalili – University of Melbourne) Today, the overlap of the tools and software products utilized by filmmakers and architects reinforces the historical bond between the two disciplines more than ever. In one […]

“We’re a Possibilities Company”: Keely Colcleugh on Communicating the Future of the Built Environment

Viper Room – Morphosis. Image Courtesy of Kilograph Architecture is defined by stories. It’s through visualization and communication of ideas that we construct new environments. Trained as an architect, Keely Colcleugh is a designer with a range of experience across the fields of architecture, graphic design, film, and visualization. In 2009, she founded Kilograph with […]

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