April 28, 2014

blog wunderlust: 28th April 2014

Buildings are deeply emotive structures which form our psyche. People think they're just things they maneuver through, but the make-up of a person is influenced by the nature of the spaces
David Adjaye

My space: Steve Bowkett, architect | Is This House Too Modern to Exist? | Daily Overview: Captivating Satellite Images of Earth | Building the Picture: Architecture in Painting review – a show to change the way you look at art | Does Italy Have Way Too Many Architects? | Why You Must Consult an Architect When Putting Up Your House | Spanish court orders architect Santiago Calatrava to pay $4 million over city hall faults |

last words: Bogota- an urbanist's guide to the city

April 25, 2014

ARK reading tower

April 22, 2014

Blog Wunderlust: 22nd April 2014

An architect should be a chameleon
Mose Safdie

Adopt an architect | The Most Outrageous Pink Facades | Architect & client: Maggie’s by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners | Taiwan architect wins Far Eastern award | Architect turns 400 tons of sand into Easter joy | Building design must undergo paradigm shift: Raj Rewal, Architect | interview with architect Kersten Geers | Architect Joshua Prince-Ramus steps out of Rem Koolhaas' shadow

new software: Archisketch

last word: Indian Architect Bijoy Jain on Sustainable Design

April 18, 2014

David Adjaye

April 11, 2014

How public spaces make cities work

More than 8 million people are crowded together to live in New York City. What makes it possible? In part, it’s the city’s great public spaces — from tiny pocket parks to long waterfront promenades — where people can stroll and play. Amanda Burden helped plan some of the city’s newest public spaces, drawing on her experience as, surprisingly, an animal behaviorist. She shares the unexpected challenges of planning parks people love — and why it's important.

April 7, 2014

blog wunderlust: 7th April 2014

Architecture is not an inspirational business, it's a rational procedure to do sensible and hopefully beautiful things; that's all.
Harry Seidler

Canada launches architecture prize to rival Pritzker | Step Back into the Real World of Mad Men | Battersea Flower Station: Guggenheim architect Frank Gehry unveils plans for new £8bn riverside development | Top architect [Ridwan Kamil] uses role as mayor to transform Indonesian city | Minimalist Leather Goods from a Harvard-Trained Architect | Architect Bjarke Ingels is transforming the Williamsburg waterfront |

last word: A middle-class syndrome: Is homeownership a possibility?

April 4, 2014



A look into the soul of a piece of architecture. This film explores the connection between architecture and nature, and how clean minimal design can save us from the suburbs. Film by Jeff Durkin, Architecture by Jonathan & Matthew Segal.
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