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Ants Take Over Rotterdam

Studio 1:1, an up-and-coming studio focused on the research and design of public spaces, created a miniature Rotterdam for a colony of Spanish ants at the opening of the Office of Metropolitan Inform...
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Workbook Spotlight: Monfalcone Cathedral

Situated in Northern Italy, a stone’s throw away from Slovenia, the Monfalcone Cathedral was recently renovated to elegantly marry the neo-Romanesque inspired style with a more contemporary vis...
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A House Built on 200 Million Clicks

Swedish architects Bolle Tham and Martin Videgård of  Tham & Videgård wanted to harness the power of big data to envision the type of housing Swedes want most. They turned to the country’s ...
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City Life: Tokyo in a Coffee Cup

Capturing Japan’s street life isn’t as simple as drinking a cup of coffee, but Australian illustrator Adrian Hogan has managed to do just this. Based in Tokyo since 2013, the talented art...
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Showroom Spotlight: The Hot Seat

The Salone del Mobile 2015, the world’s largest home design exhibition, will be held Apr. 14 through 19 in Milan, showcasing more than 2,000 exhibitors and debuting thousands of new products. A...

Architecture News from Antarctica

Hugh Broughton Architects and AECOM designed a series of eight interlocking modules on skis for the new Halley VI Research Station in Antarctica. Image, © BASEven under the best circumstances, t...

Metropol Parasol

Berlin based Jurgen Mayer H. demonstrated in their design of the Metropol Parasol in Seville, Spain that while plywood, metal and glue go a long way back in the building industry, they can always be ...