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Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara Named Artistic Directors of 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale

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In a meeting yesterday, The Board of La Biennale di Venezia appointed Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara as curators of the 16th International Architecture Exhibition in 2018. 165 more words


10 Architecture Offices with Inspiring Workspaces

The spaces in which great architecture firms produce their work are a source of endless curiosity for architects. By understanding these workspaces, architects hope to understand the environment in which their favorite ideas and drawings are shaped, and gain a more intimate understanding of their favorite practices. 210 more words


The future is green, the future is #prefabricated (#infographic)

When many people in Britain think of prefabricated homes, they think of the ones built to ease the post second world war housing shortage. Today, Britain finds itself in the middle of another housing crisis and will once again look at prefabricated housing to come to the rescue, with the UK Government set to make these homes a key plank of their plan to hit 2020 housing targets. 74 more words


How To Earn A Six-Figure Salary as an Architect

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This article was originally published by The Architect’s Guide as “How To Earn A Six Figure Architecture Salary… 1,611 more words


Meguro Architecture Laboratory Designs an Experimental Home in Tokyo, Japan

In some uniquely designed contemporary homes, the signs that you’re in for a visual treat are very subtle from the street. The outside of the home might look deceivingly “normal” at first, leaving you to be surprised when you walk through the door and encounter the modern visual masterpiece that is the interior. 38 more words


Below The Extraordinarily Textured Surface of This Unique Polish Concert Hall

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This article is part of our new “Material Focus” series, which asks architects to elaborate on the thought process behind their material choices and sheds light on the steps required to get buildings actually built. 765 more words