Snøhetta's lastest project investigating the theme of learning is Ryerson University Student Learning Center in Toronto: eight floors with a flexible layout and a glass skin translating into a non-stop dialogue between architecture and the city.
Australian firm Law Architects has revamped the learning spaces - “homesteads” - of the Woodleigh School, an independent progressive school that opened in the 1970s on the Mornington Peninsula, south east of Melbourne, Australia.
Marco Goran Romano has won a prize in the Creative Quarterly Awards 43 for his illustration appearing on the cover of Paolo Schianchi's book "Webcreativity Creatività e Visual Marketing Post Web", published by Flaccovio editore.
The Great Amber Concert Hall in Liepaja, Latvia, designed by Austrian architect Volker Giencke after the studio won an international competition in 2003, opened its doors to the wider public in November 2015.
Lack of potable water is a huge global problem and the response by Italian architect Arturo Vittori from design studio Architecture and Visiontand supported by 5% Design Action - a social innovation platform established in Taiwan in 2013 - is the Warka Water prototype, which won the World Design Impact Prize.
The China International Exchange Committee for Tall Buildings (CITAB) and the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) have announced the list of winners of the first China Tall Building Award.
The exhibition “WIR MACHEN DAS! Wohnraum für Alle + Home not Shelter” at the Architekturgalerie München investigates the hot topic of housing for refugees that will also be explored in the German Pavilion at the 15th Architecture Biennial in Venice - coming up with practical ideas to provide housing and not just temporary shelter.
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