Following the completion of a major expansion of London's Royal Academy of Arts, David Chipperfield Architects is returning to carry out a £10 million renovation of the institution's school.
Wooden beams, metal frames, terracotta floors and lime plaster give a rustic look to this restaurant designed by StudioMABB.
ARUP presented its new partnership with the Bernard van Leer Foundation to promote cities designed for children in fragile urban contexts.
Exhibition spaces promoting social inclusion occupy an asymmetrical building that, with its materials, finishes and openings, dialogues with the historic architecture of the city of Auburn.
Within the limited building volume, Cottet and Iachetti’s design cleverly alternates solid and void to provide each flat with a large open-air space.
Japanese architect Junya Ishigami plans to install a cavernous slate canopy over the garden of London's Serpentine Gallery for his take on the annual pavilion commission.
A public space inserted within the walls of an old psychiatric institution and the vast task of renovating 530 apartments – with the residents in-situ - are among the finalists for the prize.
Careful use of available resources and an awareness of the limitation of energy consumption are the starting point for this woodland shelter by Ágora.
Light and free like a butterfly, extending and folding like a folding screen, ORIGAMI, designed by Alberto Meda, is an electric plug&play radiator that liaises with its surroundings.
Paravan is sculptural in form and architectural in execution, both articulating and creating space. Like parentheses to enclose a conversation, Paravan creates intimacy in open areas with sound absorbing panels to support focus, concentration, and collaboration.
The school designed by LOW Architecten stands at the centre of a park in Tongeren, where it links to facilities aimed at all stages of childhood.
In the semi-industrial outskirts of the city, Omar López Bautista camouflages a newly completed home by giving it an unfinished appearance.
BETA designed this residence across five levels to cater to the different needs of the youngest and oldest members of one family.
With the eviction of ADM, Amsterdam loses an architecture that epitomised the once radical and visionary housing projects that the city seemed able to realise.
The masses of travertine are laid out in order to follow the slope of the lot, to open an unobstructed view towards the sea.