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ARCHITECTURE

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Petersen Automotive Museum / Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates

The Petersen Automotive Museum​ reopened to the public on December 7, 2015. Designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, the new exterior wraps the museum with ribbons of stainless steel that evoke motion, speed and the lines of a bespoke automobile. At night, the color and steel forms will be lit with LEDs from within to accentuate the sculptural facade of the building...
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South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) / Woods Bagot

The South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) is a world class research facility, accommodating up to 675 researchers from South Australia, Australia and beyond. Cutting edge architecture by Woods Bagot, including an innovative facade design, provides approximately 25,000 square metres of space in an iconic and sculptural form in the heart of Adelaide’s new medical and health precinct west of the city...
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Drawing Studio – Arts University Bournemouth / CRAB studio

The London practice of Peter Cook and Gavin Robotham – CRAB Studio, has designed this curvilinear pavilion with a blue-colored prefabricated steel skin. Two curving skylights, long low openings, and a glazed entrance door give the drawing classrooms a carefully studied dose of natural lighting. Separated from the metal casing, the interior space is molded with glass-reinforced plaster and its continuous undulating surfaces are white...
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JTI Headquarters / SOM – Skidmore Owings & Merrill

The building, which further anchors the company and its thousand employees in the city center, offers a fresh perspective on Geneva's urban landscape. Designed by the London office of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, Inc. (SOM), known notably for the One World Trade Center in New York and the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, the building was designed to blend seamlessly into the surrounding landscape...
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Biesbosch MuseumEiland / Studio Marco Vermeulen

After an extensive renovation that lasted nine months, The Biesbosch MuseumEiland in the netherlands has reopened to the public. The existing museum building be expanded with 1000m2 of exhibition space, restaurant, offices and a visitor center. The island is designed as sweetwater tidal park with a unique water playground. The museum's garden roofs are embedded into the environment providing great views over the surroundings.
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Tippet Rise Art Center / Cathy and Peter Halstead

Transformative connections between music, art, and nature by Cathy and Peter Halstead, set on an 11,500-acre working ranch in the shadow of the Beartooth mountains, just north of Yellowstone in Fishtail, Montana. Tippet Rise is anchored in the belief that art, music, architecture and nature are inextricably linked in the human experience...
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Elizabethan Theatre, Chateau d’Hardelot / Studio Andrew Todd

This scheme for a 400-seat Elizabethan theatre will be built by mid-2015 for the Department du Pas de Calais and the Centre Culturel de l'Entente Cordial at the Chateau d'Hardelot on the Cote d'Opale south of Calais. The building is made almost entirely of wood (except the basement level),...
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Pavilion of Reflections for Manifesta 11 / Studio Tom Emerson

This summer 2016, Zurich will host the eleventh edition of Manifesta, one of the world’s most important biennials for contemporary art. The event’s central presentation platform will be set up on Lake Zurich, near Bellevue – the Pavillon of Reflections, a floating island with an open-air cinema and integrated swimming pool, which will constitute a new temporary landmark in the city...
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Salling Tower / Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter

The viewing tower and landmark of Aarhus Harbour in Denmark is shaped like a sharp origami paper cut. It elegantly rests on a 3 square meter foot print, making the heavy white body of steel seem effortless. The white steel tower will stand out as a glowing landmark giving identity to the area and act as a point of reference and meetings in this new part of the city...
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Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2016 / BIG – Bjarke Ingels

The Serpentine today reveals the designs for its expanded Architecture Programme for 2016: the 16th annual Pavilion designed by Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG). BIG’s design uses modular elements to create organic shapes: 1,802 elongated composite fiberglass frames are stacked to form two enclosing walls that are pushed outward or “unzipped,” to create a contoured, cavernous interior filled with simple geometric seating and a sculptural exterior...
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The Great Wall of WA / Luigi Rosselli Architects

Designed by Sydney-based Luigi Rosselli Architects, who call it the Great Wall of WA, the building meanders along the edge of a sand dune to enclose 12 earth-covered residences built as short-term accommodation on a cattle station for mustering season. The units have a 450mm- thick rammed earth facade composed of the iron-rich, sandy clay that is a feature of the site and gravel from the adjacent river...
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P.S. 62 The Kathleen Grimm School for Leadership and Sustainability / SOM

The Kathleen Grimm School for Leadership and Sustainability at Sandy Ground, also known as P.S. 62, is the first net-zero-energy school in New York City and one of the first worldwide. The cutting-edge building harvests as much energy from renewable on-site sources as it uses on an annual basis. Envisioned as a pilot project to explore sustainable design strategies for New York City public schools,..