Ball-Nogues Studio built an experimental reclaimed paper pavilion this year at Coachella to demonstrate the structural potential of ´Pulp´. Because of the lightweight and self-supported structure, the ´Pulp Pavilion,´ is made from an affordable blend of recycled paper, water and pigment sprayed onto lattices of organic rope.
Perkins + Hill unveiled the conceptual plans of the East 37th Street Residential Tower in New York City.
Leslie Jones Architecture, a London-based firm has been awarded the commission to build the Al Maktoum International Airport by the Dubai Airports at the yet-to-be made Dubai World Centre.
Waterfront Toronto called in entries for the transformation of the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal and the surrounding Harbour Square Park under $350,000 urban design competition.
Peter Stutchbury has been awarded the prestigious Gold Medal, the highest award given by the Australian Institute of Architects under the 2015 Australian Achievement in Architecture Awards.
The latest property of Four Season Hotel, Bahrain Bay, designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill´s (SOM) has been thrown open. Spread across a 12-acre island, the hotel is not only a new tourist destination but also key to waterfront area.
Tom Tate, Mayor, City of Gold Coast revealed the new master plan for the Evandale precinct by ARM Architecture. The Gold Coast Cultural Precinct that will commence in 2015, is estimated at $305 million and is scheduled to be completed in time for the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
Set in mud
Sustainable architecture gets a blast from the past as the use of mud as a building material makes a comeback in Mali. Mud is a great green material to work with as it is the cheapest and most versatile.
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