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LA PEER HOTEL, WEST HOLLYWOOD - Grand Opening

We were thrilled to join Kimpton Hotels, West Hollywood Mayor John Heilman, and the uber-talented Gulla Jonsdottir, principal of celebrated Los Angeles design firm Gulla Jonsdottir Architecture and Design, to celebrate the official ribbon-cutting of La Peer Hotel in West Hollywood ...

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Picasso’s Prolific 1932

1932 was an intensely creative period in the life of the 20th century’s most influential artist, Pablo Picasso. In celebration of his prolific time, London’s Tate Modern will present their first ever ...

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Free Harvard Architecture Course

The Harvard Graduate School of Design is offering a free ten-week online course, “The Architecture of Imagination” available now through ...

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Wooden High-Rise in Tokyo

Tokyo’s Sumitomo Forestry Co., Ltd. is preparing to create a 70 floor wooden high-rise building. The planned structure is a hybrid wood and steel structure made from 90% wooden materials. It will use a braced tube structure in which steel frame vibration control braces (diagonal braces) are positioned inside a ...

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Thinking Machines in NYC

“Thinking Machines: Art and Design in the Computer Age, 1959–1989”  brings artworks produced using computers and computational thinking together with notable examples of computer and component design. The new exhibition is currently on display in New York City at The Museum of Modern Art. It reveals how artists, architects, and designers operating at the vanguard ...

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Lumiere Festival – Art and Lights on London Nights

Over a million people attended the recent light festival, Lumiere London. It featured more than 50 works by UK and international artists creating a dazzling experience with light and sound showcasing the capital’s spectacular and iconic architecture and streets as its canvas. The 2018 edition expanded ...

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Last Home Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright is on the Market

Designed to blend in with the curves of the surrounding desert mountain, this iconic masterpiece (Norman Lykes Home) is the last home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and one of only fourteen circular homes by the master architect. Overlapping concentric circles create a floorplan that flows seamlessly from one ...

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A House of Flax and Straw

Using bio-based materials and digital manufacturing technology, Danish architecture firm Een Til Een has developed the world's first Biological House. Completed in November 2017, the Biological House is located at the Biotope Eco-Park in Middelfart, Denmark and is ...

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Re-imagining New York City

Hidden behind New York City’s iconic skyscrapers, sprawling subway system and world famous public parks is the ghost of the city that could have been – a parallel metropolis that can reveal the city’s goals, strengths and challenges. “Never Built New York,” a new exhibit at Queens Museum, invites visitors to discover the New York City that ...

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