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Stefano Boeri Wins International Competition to Design Largest Rehabilitation Center in Shenzhen, China ...

Walking into Yinka Ilori’s west London studio from the drab suburban business park outside is to enter an oasis. Floor-to-ceiling shelving is lined with the brightly coloured, upcycled chairs, painted or upholstered in West African fabrics, that made Ilori’s name when he first left college....

[ad_1] ATELIER HERE PHOTO: Atelier HereKelvin Lim of Atelier Here learnt the ropes of architecture both locally, at National University of Singapore, as well as in Norway, at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design. His international portfolio expanded further when he went for a three-year stint...

[ad_1] These objects incorporate sinuous strokes and lines resulting in remarkable silhouettesA stunning series of vases have emerged from Zaha Hadid Design’s first ever collaboration with porcelain tableware brand Rosenthal. The 140-year-old brand had previously collaborated with artists and designers like Salvador Dali, Andy Warhol,...

[ad_1] Following Archinect's recent coverage of sustainable design practices this week we have selected nine firms who are seeking to hire candidates with strong backgrounds in sustainable design, analysis and research, LEED documentation, and green construction guidelines.  University of Texas at Dallas, Edith O'Donnell Arts &...

[ad_1] Dubbed the The Digi-Tech Factory, the 2,610m² scheme will house the college’s full and part-time technology, engineering and design courses. The three-storey block, which has been designed with local architect James Lee Burgess, features a sawtooth roofline and will be clad in a perforated screen façade with...

[ad_1] By Christopher BlackadderFrom the June 2019 IssueGone are the days of what we know as the “traditional workplace.” Today’s workers operate within city offices, homes, coffee shops and on-the-go. Employee autonomy and technology adjustments are key for any business to understand and succeed. As...

[ad_1] This article originally appeared on PlanPhilly. — Unexpected houses, cozy little homes tuck into every fold of Philadelphia. Row homes dating back centuries line alleys too...