Eight finalist teams -- whose submitted proposals remain under anonymity -- were shortlisted in the competition to design the UK's national pavilion, which is expected to build upon Britain's past spectacles like the 2010 Shanghai pavilion and the 2012 Summer Olympic Games.
3xn was chosen by the International Olympic Committee as the architectural partner to design the new IOC Headquarters in Lausanne, Switzerland. The IOC selected the Danish firm out of a shortlist of 12 after a collective decision by the IOC Architecture College during a March 25 meeting.
Right on time for Earth Day, the AIA and their Committee on the Environment (COTE) announced the 18th annual Top Ten Green Projects, which is the best known awards program in the field for recognizing excellence in sustainable architecture and ecological design.
Strelka Unsettled is the winning idea for the new Strelka Institute in Moscow
As the city of Moscow plans for redevelopment, the renowned Strelka Institute has similar plans in store as the school faces relocation to a different part of town by 2015. After a one-month ideas competition for Strelka’s 2013-2014 research student body, Squadra Komanda was the winner out of nine teams.
Known for his large-scale sheet-metal sculptures, Richard Serra will be the first artist to receive the President's Medal from the Architectural League of New York. As the highest honor from the League, the Medal is presented by the organization's president and Board of Directors to an individual in recognition of a significant body of work in architecture, design, urbanism, or art.
This year's Designs of the Year jury chose their crème de la crème of the world's most cutting-edge design. Since London's Design Museum announced the 76 nominees in February, the competition has narrowed down to seven category winners. What do you think of the jury's choices?
Designing the new Central Bank of Libya headquarters is the latest competition win for Henning Larsen Architects. Henning Larsen's proposal for the significant national institution symbolizes the timely concept of Libya's direction toward economic stability and independence.
The Architectural League of New York announced the six winning young architects and designers of the prestigious 2014 Architectural League Prize. After The Architectural League and the Young Architects + Designers Committee hosted the portfolio competition, whose theme this year was "Overlay", six winners were invited to publicly present and showcase their work.
The 2014 Canadian National Urban Design Awards program — hosted by RAIC | Architecture Canada, Canadian Institute of Planners, and Canadian Society of Landscape Architects — revealed eight winners in acknowledgment of their contributions to the quality of life and sustainability in Canada's cities through architecture and urban design.
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