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AD Round Up: Leisure Part X

    For today Ad Round Up, we have some great leisure projects previously featured in ArchDaily. Here’s five you can’t miss: The Cinema Center in Busan, Korea by Coop Himmelb(l)au, the home of the Busan International Film Festival. Also…

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Dezeen archive: sleeping

Dezeen archive: recently we’ve featured a huge wearable duvet for two and a squishy pillow helmet that’s perfect power naps (bottom right), so we decided to bring together all our stories about snoozing. See all the stories » See all our archi

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AD Recommends: Best of the Week

If for some reason you missed ArchDaily’s featured projects last week , don’t worry, we’ve brought together the best of the week here. You can’t miss Zaha Hadid’s Pierres Vives or Kid’s University in Gandía by Paredes Pedrosa. Check out the Movement

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AD Round Up: Pavilions Part I

For today’s Round Up we have some great pavilions previously featured in ArchDaily. Here’s five you can’t miss: Hypar Pavilion at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts by Diller Scofidio + Renfro with FXFowle or Brittlebush designed by Simon De Aguero. Ch

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Five years ago…

Five years ago Zaha Hadid’s installation at the Venice Biennale (above) featured sculptural, shiny forms, which cropped up in a lot of designers’ work around the same time. (more…)

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AD Round Up: Green Roof Part IX

For today’s AD Round Up we’ve compiled previously featured Green Roof projects. You must see, Villa Topoject by korean practice, AND. Don’t miss, Ciel Rouge’s Villa Ronde or Seongbuk Gate Hills located in Seoul by Joel Sanders and Haeahn Architecture

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New Pinterest board: staircases

Following the popularity of the staircase that doubled as bookshelf we featured this week (bottom left), we’ve put together a new Pinterest board filled with all the staircases published on Dezeen so far. Almost 24,000 people now follow us on Pinterest –

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AD Round Up: Mixed Use Part IX

    For today Ad Round Up, we have some great mixed use buildings previously featured in ArchDaily. Here’s five you can’t miss: The Ford Assembly Building by Marcy Wong Donn Logan Architects, the historical factory was transformed into a vibrant center of

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Five years ago…

Five years ago this week woven materials and netting featured heavily in architecture and design, as Thomas Heatherwick completed an undulating facade of woven steel around the entrance to a London hospital (above) and graduate designer Sarah Moucher pres

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Dezeen archive: algae

Dezeen archive: this week we featured a skyscraper with an algae skin, so we thought we’d bring you all the projects involving algae we’ve published on Dezeen. See all the stories » See all our archive stories »

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One year ago…

Architects and designers’ obsessions with concrete were epitomised by the projects we featured this time last year, such as this house that has concrete walls both inside and out (above). (more…)

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AD Round Up: BIG Part II

For today’s Round Up, we bring you the second part of previously featured projects by one of our favorite studios, BIG. Take this opportunity to check again the unique mixed-use 8-House in Copenhagen. Also you can see West 57th the…

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One year ago…

This time last year we featured an array of weird and wonderful houses, including a steel-plated bunker with a drawbridge (above) and a house with wonky legs and a rooftop swimming pool (below). (more…)

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The Leblanc-Cox Residence by Charles Todd Helton

Texas-based architect Charles Todd Helton has designed the Leblanc-Cox Residence. This contemporary home is marked by high ceilings and open spaces. It is located in Houston, Texas, USA. The Leblanc-Cox Residence by Charles Todd Helton: “Featured on

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One year ago…

This week last year Dezeen readers were swooning over idyllic houses in Australia, as we featured one overhanging the side of a cliff (above) and one that can be hidden behind a steel curtain (below). (more…)

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AD Round Up: Brick Houses Part III

For today’s Round Up we have some great brick houses previously featured in ArchDaily. Here’s five you can’t miss:  The Concave House located at the downtown area in Benxi,China or Qb Design’s Split Level House in Philadelphia. Check out the Ho

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New Pinterest board:   plants

Our most popular story this week featured a plant-covered house in Vietnam, so we’ve compiled a new Pinterest board featuring all plants, flowers and gardens from the pages of Dezeen. Over 20,000 people now follow us on Pinterest – join them here. F

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AD Recommends: Best of the Week

If for some reason you missed ArchDaily’s featured projects last week , don’t worry, we’ve brought together the best of the week here. In the main image is Elqui Domos Astronomical Hotel by chilean architect Rodrigo Duque Motta. Are you looking for house

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Five years ago…

  This week five years ago fashion projects were catching our attention, including garments based on the inkblot patterns of the Rorschach psychological test and polo shirts covered in a plastic crocodile skin. We also featured limite

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Mark Magazine #38

Just arriving to ArchDaily’s headquarter, Mark Magazine #38. This issue’s main theme is “Amsterdam, Back on the Map “. In this edition you can find previously projects featured by AD such us: EYE-New Dutch Film Institute by Delugan

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One year ago…

  This time last year we featured projects constructed from all kinds of unusual materials, including a car made of cartilage that generates its own fuel from algae, pencils created from workshop dust and a table made from polystyrene 

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Urban Cabin by Fabio Galeazzo

Framed by trees in São Paulo, Brazil this colorful creation by designer Fabio Galeazzo was originally an abandoned house. Prominently featured in the living room is the NestRest, a woven, teardrop-shaped chair designed by Daniel Pouzet and Fred Frety. Urba

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AD Round Up: Kindergarten Part VIII

It’s time for our 8th round up of previously featured Kindegartens. It’s possible you missed Fagerborg Kindergarden by Reiulf Ramstad Architects, which is a contemporary wood building contrastingly placed in the middle of a 1950′s residen

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AD Recommends: Best of the Week

If for some reason you missed ArchDaily’s featured projects last week , don’t worry, we’ve brought together the best of the week here. You can’t miss Kengo Kuma’s Green Cast, a mix-use building with a unique green façade or th

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One year ago…

  One year ago a lot of architecture and design seemed to be centred around love and sex, as we featured a coin-operated wedding machine, a mask for clamping mouths together and a couple of architectural installations that resembled pa

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AD Round Up: OMA Part II

For today’s Round Up, we bring you the second part of previously featured projects by one of our favorite studios, OMA. Take this opportunity to check again the unique Prada Transformer. Also you can see OMA’s new landmark for Shenzhen,…

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AD Recommends: Best of the Week

We were thinking what would be the best way to finish the week. And we decided it’s probably looking back at the best projects we featured during the week. Starting today, our Best of the Week will go on Sundays.…

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AD Recommends: Best of the Week

Did you really missed the amazing projects we featured last week? No problem… here’s the best. Main image belongs to The Hague Municipal Office, which opened last year. Would you want to work there? Don’t miss Inês Cortesão’s beauti

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Dezeen archive: copper

Dezeen archive: this week we’ve featured both floating islands made of crumpled copper (bottom right) and a copper-clad house extension (bottom left) so we thought we’d round up all our stories about projects that were made using the metal. Se

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Enota: Designpeak 11

We have featured Enota several times before and we are pleased to make you aware of a nice monograph they recently published. Founded in 1998, Enota has strung together an impressive amount of innovative built and unbuilt work. They…

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AD Recommends: Best of the Week

We started last week with some exciting news. A complete coverage on Wang Shu, winner of the Pritzker Prize 2012. But we also featured some amazing projects. Like the Ordos Art & City Museum designed by MAD Architects in…

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This week on Dezeen

This week Chinese architect Wang Shu of Amateur Architecture Studio in Hangzhou was named 2012 Pritkzer Prize laureate and we rounded up his key projects. Our most popular story featured architectural photos that have been manipulated to create bizarre an

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AD Recommends: Best of the Week

Probably the most important news last week, was the fact that we have only 8 days left for you to nominate your favorite projects for our Building of the Years Awards. Besides that, we featured amazing projects that you…

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AD Round Up: Projects from ACXT

Spain-based ACXT have been featured in ArchDaily several times, and even won a Building of the Year Award for their BTEK – Technology Interpretation Center back in 2010. Here’s our selection of five great projects from ACXT. Enjoy them…

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Gorgeous Coastal Home of Louise Brooks

New England Homes Magazine featured this home in their Summer 2011 Conneticut Issue, and at first glance I knew it was going to be a stunner. The owner, architect Louise Brooks. of Brooks and Falotico, created a space grounded in grays and whites, and vivi

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MARK Magazine #35

As you well know already we love MARK Magazine, and this issue fails to disappoint. It has projects from many of the architects we have featured here on ArchDaily such as, StudioGreenBlue, Heri&Salli, Clavel Arquitectos, Kengo Kuma, Colboc Franzen, Stu

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One year ago

One year ago Dezeen readers looked ahead to the apocalypse, when an armoured cabin might come in handy, while Frank Gehry unveiled controversial designs for a business school with a crumpled-up facade. We featured a chair made from squashed-up fibre cemen

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One Year Ago…

This time last year we featured a couple of wacky clocks – a timepiece of unfurling paper that creates ever-changing shapes, and a belt-driven clock for an architect. We also revealed the news that Norman Foster was working on proposals for a new Ca

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Cebra Files 02

We recently received a monograph of Cebra’s work. This young firm is energetic, pushes the boundaries, goes after competitions, and has been successful in pushing many projects into reality. We are fan their work and have featured Cebra 16…

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Saturday in Santa Monica: Architects Make Music

Unfrozen Music: Architects in Concert Santa Monica Main Library Saturday, October 22, 2011 at 7:00 PM Tomorrow night a few talented Los Angeles architects—several featured on the pages of AN over the years—will be showing off their skills at the third annu

West Alice Kimm Blue Fountain Doris Sung Events Gary Popenoe Jon Frishman Jonathan Ward Lorenzo Marasso Melody Jiang Santa Monica Santa Monica Public Library Terence Young Unfrozen Music

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This week on Dezeen

This week on Dezeen we featured a couple of intriguing aviation stories: our readers were amused and bemused by a transportation concept resembling a floating inflatable cloud, while Foster + Partners completed the world’s first commercial spaceport

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AD Round Up: Retail Part VIII

For our 8th selection of previously featured retail projects we have five great buildings from Europe, all published in 2009. Check them all after the break. Esseker Center / Produkcija 004 In 2002 we won an urban architectural competition…

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AD Round Up: Restaurants Part VIII

  Thinking of going out to dinner tonight? Maybe the 8th part of our previously featured restaurants selection will help you decide. Check them all after the break! Spectacles Jeux Restaurant / Malcotti Roussey Architectes This project is located̷

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AD Round Up: Hotels Part VIII

  An hotel in Slovenia, a resort in India, The Trump International in Hawaii, a nice Japanese hotel and even an AD Classic from Michael Graves in Disney World! All for our 8th selection of previously featured hotels. Check…

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Dezeen archive: Corten steel

Dezeen archive: this week we featured a winery in the south of France and a see-through church in Belgium that are both made of Corten, so here’s a roundup of all our stories featuring weathered steel. See all the stories » See all our archive stori

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Mark Magazine #33

We recently received the newest edition of Mark Magazine. Number 33 offers in depth looks of several  projects ArchDaily has previously featured such as: Sunset Chapel by BNKR Arquitectura, iGuzzini Illuminazione Spain Headquarters by MiAS Arquitectes, Vil

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Mark Magazine #33

We recently received the newest edition of Mark Magazine. Number 33 offers in depth looks of several  projects ArchDaily has previously featured such as: Sunset Chapel by BNKR Arquitectura, iGuzzini Illuminazione Spain Headquarters by MiAS Arquitectes, Vil

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One year ago…

This time last year our most popular story featured electricity pylons shaped like giants striding across the Icelandic landscape. The Mayor of London published a guide containing 90 standards for new housing in London as Rotterdam trends agency Arch-Visi

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This week on Dezeen…

Our most popular and most controversial story this week featured a redesign of the London tube map that’s more geographically accurate than the 1931 classic – read both sides of the argument and have your say here. Other interesting debates th

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One year ago…

This time last year Dezeen featured a collection of 3D-printed dresses followed by clothing that becomes transparent when approached. The RIBA predicted a gloomy time for UK architects with a double-dip recession on the horizon and the loathed Strata towe

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This week on Dezeen

Our most popular story this week featured a steel-plated house with a drawbridge-like flap that one reader thought might come in useful in a zombie apocalypse. Other hotly debated stories included a Mumbai office block sandwiched between a corporate comp

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Cube Illusion Lidded Case by Laszlo Tompa

A few weeks ago, we featured the Cube Illusion Lidded Case by Laszlo Tompa on the Contemporist Facebook Page. Laszlo has now sent us more images and information about it. . Description from Laszlo Tompa: The case is a simple cube, with a surface covered wi

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Dezeen’s top ten: robots

Two of our most popular movies on Dezeen Screen this month featured a robot that wakes its owner then poos on the floor and rioting robots on the streets of London, so we’ve compiled Dezeen’s ten most popular stories about robots. (more…

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Dezeen’s top ten: robots

Two of our most popular movies on Dezeen Screen this month featured a robot that wakes its owner then poos on the floor and rioting robots on the streets of London, so we’ve compiled Dezeen’s ten most popular stories about robots. (more…

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Architecture City Guide: Barcelona

This week, with the help of our readers, our Architecture City Guide is headed to Barcelona. We recently featured an engaging video where Wiel Arets half jokingly said Barcelona is fantastic but boring. He continued to say as soon…

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AD Round Up: Offices Part VIII

Projects from 2009 for our 8th selection of previously featured offices. Check them all after the break. El Bosque Norte Building / Murtinho + Raby Arquitectos This building is located on a corner of El Bosque Avenue, within Las…

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Featured artist: Ai Weiwei

To celebrate the release of Chinese artist Ai Weiwei we’ve compiled all our stories about his work in one place. Ai Weiwei was missing for 81 days after being detained by authorities at Beijing airport on 3 April. See all the stories »

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AD Round Up: Housing Part VII

Early-2009 projects for our seventh selection of previously featured housing projects. Check them all after the break. Koidula Apartment Building / 3+1 Architects Building is located close to the Kadriorg park, one of the most important and historical gree

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AD Recommends: Best of the Week

Don’t miss our latest selection of best projects featured from last week! Check them all after the break. Pavilion for an Artist / DHL Architecture The brief for the Atelier Malkovich ideas competition asked for the design of an…

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AD Round Up: Leisure Part VII

Five projects form earlier this year for our seventh selection of previously featured leisure projects. Check them all after the break. Costa Brava Gran Casino / b720 Fermín Vázquez Arquitectos The Gran Casino Costa Brava, located in the historic…

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