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Green Architecture

Livegreenblog addresses issues relating to sustainable living, spanning architecture, ideas, initiatives, materials, workshops and exhibitions through to landscaping. As a daily source of inspiration based around creativity, it explores the green world by means of exclusive interviews with leading players in the sector and by live reporting of major architectural events. Because Livegreenblog isn't just a blog, it's an approach to the world of architecture that cuts across a multitude of disciplines.

Seahorse, a water park in Chongqing by 100architects

21-10-2019 - Landscaping

Seahorse, a water park in Chongqing by 100architects

With Seahorse, the Shanghai-based firm, 100architects – founded by Marcial Jesús and Javier Gonzaléz – has completed a water park for the communal space of a new residential compound built in Chongqing. A fun opportunity for the tenants’ children to get together and interact with each other.

Masquespacio is behind the first Piur restaurant in Valencia

18-10-2019 - News

Masquespacio is behind the first Piur restaurant in Valencia

The Masquespacio creative duo - Ana Milena Hernández Palacios and Christophe Penasse - have designed the first restaurant of the Piur chain in Valencia. A respectful project in one of the Spanish city’s most distinctive Art Nouveau buildings.

Industrial architecture in Rotterdam, the waterworks

17-10-2019 - Landscaping

Industrial architecture in Rotterdam, the waterworks

Rotterdam is a Mecca for fans of contemporary architecture, with impressive buildings and landmarks. But this Dutch city hides some of its oldest treasures, magnificent examples of industrial architecture that include the De Esch waterworks, turned into a residential zone in the 1970s.

RECENT PROJECTS

Flying Panels - How Concrete Panels Changed the World, exhibition at ArkDes

16-10-2019 - Design

Flying Panels - How Concrete Panels Changed the World, exhibition at ArkDes

Flying Panels - How Concrete Panels Changed the World, the new ArkDes exhibition curated by Pedro Ignacio Alonso and Hugo Palmarola and designed by Note Design Studio, tells the story of the influence that prefabricated concrete panels had on culture and on the construction of a new society, both in Sweden and internationally.

Hong Kong House by LAAB Architects for Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennale

15-10-2019 - Materials

Hong Kong House by LAAB Architects for Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennale

LAAB is a Hong Kong-based laboratory for art and architecture dedicated to spatial innovations that cultivate communities and sustain environments, and they designed the Hong Kong House in Tsunan, Japan for the Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennale. The project is in the running for the Golden Pin Design Award 2019.

Bio21 Nancy Millis Building by DesingInc in Melbourne

14-10-2019 - Sustainable Architecture

Bio21 Nancy Millis Building by DesingInc in Melbourne

DesignInc’s Melbourne studio recently completed the Bio21 Nancy Millis Building in Parkville, one of the largest biotechnology research centres in Australia. Architecture that exemplifies the significance of collaborative practice and healthy work environments for researchers and office workers and of improving results and targeting a Green Star rating from the Green Building Council of Australia.

Atelier YokYok Cobalt Muffin Installation

11-10-2019 - Landscaping

Atelier YokYok Cobalt Muffin Installation

French architecture firm, Atelier YokYok has designed an original artwork specifically for Shanghai Yuyuan Road. The temporary installation, promoted by CREATER, is a new attraction and facilitator for the district and will stay in place until July 2020.

Henning Larsen Architects, The Lindner College of Business Cincinnati

10-10-2019 - Sustainable Architecture

Henning Larsen Architects, The Lindner College of Business Cincinnati

Danish architecture practice Henning Larsen has just completed its first built work in North America. The building for the Lindner College of Business in Cincinnati, completed in collaboration with Cincinnati-based KZF and Buro Happold, connects classrooms to the campus and community, encouraging a social, collaborative approach to learning.

designjunction 2019 and King’s Cross N1C

09-10-2019 - Design

designjunction 2019 and King’s Cross N1C

The 2019 edition of designjunction 2019 has returned to the London Design Festival’s newest Design District, King’s Cross N1C. An exciting creative area presenting a wide-ranging programme and large installations like Steuart Padwick's giant “Talk To Me” sculptures.

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