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Reviews
on 10/14/13

Modern architecture is a rarity in what Knowles Blunck Architecture describes as the "McMansions, strip malls, and the occasional ‘western’ themed buildings" of South Dakota. The development where this house sits even has a form-based code that prefers...

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Reviews
on 10/7/13

In a recent Insight feature in our eMagazine we looked at a selection of "spaces for learning," specifically architecture schools around the world with distinctive buildings and environments. A...

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Reviews
on 9/30/13

Rhode Island, tucked between Connecticut and Massachusetts on the Atlantic Ocean, is easily the smallest state in the United States, with only 1,000 square miles of land. Its proximity to New York City makes it a desirable location for weekend houses, such as the Watch Hill House for a family...

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Reviews
on 9/23/13

The Center for Sustainable Landscapes houses administrative and classroom functions for the Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, while furthering the institution's mission "to advance sustainability and promote human and environmental well-being through action and...

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Reviews
on 9/16/13

At least since Herzog & de Meuron's Dominus Winery in Napa Valley, California, wineries have been great clients for architects, resulting in many notable buildings that are strongly connected to the surrounding cultivated landscapes. Brad Cloepfil, who has wanted to design a winery...

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Reviews
on 9/9/13

Oklahoma sits atop some of the largest petroleum fields in the United States, so it's no surprise that the drilling and production of oil and natural gas is a major industry in the state. Kirkpatrick Oil is one of many companies making up the industry. Their headquarters is in Oklahoma...

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Reviews
on 9/6/13

architecten de vylder vinck taillieu have a solid body of work, which ranges from renovations of homes and single family houses to public and institutional buildings. The studio, made up by Jan De Vylder (1968), Inge Vinck (1973) and Jo Taillieu (1971), belongs to the new generation of...

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Reviews
on 9/3/13

Montreal’s Saucier + Perrotte Architects turn to roots, trunks and trees for a new pharmaceutical building on the University of British Columbia campus in Vancouver.

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Reviews
on 9/2/13

A chiller plant consists of myriad mechanical equipment situated behind an enclosure, meaning that the architecture can be just about anything. One example is Helmut Jahn's glassy enclosure (

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Reviews
on 9/1/13

bHAN EAST, the first international project by Kyoto-based interior design firm FHAMS, is a gourmet food shop in the Gangnam district of Seoul that offers Yamaya-brand mentaiko (spicy-salty marinated pollock or cod roe) along with a select assortment of other Japanese and Korean products....

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Reviews
on 8/26/13

The Great Plains stretch from Texas to Canada in the swath east of the Mississippi and west of the Rockly Mountains. North Dakota lies at the northern U.S. edge of this flat expanse of prairie, grassland, and farms. This house for an art collector in Fargo finds inspiration in the farmstead...

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Reviews
on 8/21/13

 

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Reviews
on 8/19/13

The architects at Snøhetta describe their design of the James B. Hunt Jr. Library at North Carolina State University "in every way cutting edge," from an automated book delivery system to a video game research room. This is an intelligent stance to take in a library in the...

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Reviews
on 8/12/13

Queens Library is one of the most popular public libraries in the world, with a circulation last year of close to 19 million items. The system comprises a central library in the Jamaica neighborhood and 62 branch libraries, reaching from Astoria in the north and Far Rockaway in the south....

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Reviews
on 8/5/13

Lake|Flato Architects calls their design of this Desert House in Sante Fe, New Mexico, a "modern hacienda," harking back to traditional estates in the desert Southwest and the creation of courtyards through multiple structures. The house further taps into the local...

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Reviews
on 8/1/13

When it came time to rebuild an aging elementary school gymnasium in the town of Taishi, Hyogo Prefecture, officials decided to add a space open to the general public as well. Akira Sakamoto of Akira Sakamoto Architect & Associates, the firm in charge of the project, says his team aimed to...

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Reviews
on 7/29/13

New Brunswick is a city of about 55,000 people that is home to Rutgers University and a smattering of medical facilities, which has resulted in the unofficial moniker "The Healthcare City." In fact, a few short blocks from the new 6-story office building at 104 Bayard...

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Reviews
on 7/26/13

Teeple Architects’ latest residential project in southern Ontario celebrates all that surrounds it: fields, trees and water

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Reviews
on 7/22/13

The digitization of just about every aspect of life comes with the need to change our physical structures accordingly. Dartmouth College's new Digital Humanities program required a space of its own, prompting the school to consolidate related departments into a new building. The resulting...

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Reviews
on 7/15/13

Las Vegas may be an illuminated oasis in the American Southwest, drawings its electricity from the Hoover Dam and solar plants, but water conservation is the most pressing concern for the city and the region. About 15 miles (24 kilometers) west of The Strip is Red Rock Canyon, Nevada's...

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Reviews
on 7/8/13

After Omaha visual artist Kent Bellows died suddently in 2005 at the age of 56, his family set up a foundation to honor his art but also his mentorship of young artists. This resulted in the transformation of his studio of 16 years, at 33rd and Leavenworth south of Downtown, into a gallery...

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Reviews
on 7/1/13

While only about 110,000 people call the Missoula metropolitan area home, that is enough to make it the second largest city in Montana, "Big Sky Country." On a prominent triangular lot near downtown—at the end of what is known as the "hip strip"—architect Eric...

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Reviews
on 6/24/13

Summer for parents often means sending the kids to camp. One that any parent would be proud to send their daughter to is the colorful Girl Scouts Camp Prairie Schooner in the woods near Kansas City, Missouri. The bunkhouses by el dorado inc are designed to be used year-round, through the heat...

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Reviews
on 6/17/13

Hinds Community College is the largest community college in the state of Mississippi, serving over 30,000 students in seven locations. The Academic / Technical Center campus provides state-of-the-art technical training in environmental technology, business technology, the culinary arts, and...

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Reviews
on 6/10/13

„Schutzhaus“ nennen Marte.Marte Architekten zwar das kleine Haus, das sie im Vorarlberger Laternsertal an den Rand eines bewaldeten Tobels direkt in einen Schihang gestellt haben. Das in Wirklichkeit aber ein kleines feines Ferienhaus ist. Findet in ihm doch nicht der einsame Wanderer...

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Reviews
on 6/10/13

David Salmela's modern interpretations of regional architecture in Minnesota have garnered the architect plenty of awards, respect within the profession, and a number of primarily residential commissions. An important design is the Clure Project in Duluth, four dark boxes that are at odds...

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Reviews
on 6/3/13

What started as a one-story cabin on Michigan's Lower Peninsula turned into a four-story tower after the clients got a peek at the view above the trees. The resulting compact, square-plan house is bookended by primarily solid walls on two sides to frame views to the northwest. The...

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Reviews
on 6/1/13

This vacation home designed by Kiyotoshi Mori and Natsuko Kawamura of MDS Co. Ltd sits in the foothills of Yamanashi Prefecture’s Yatsugatake Mountains. The team aims to help keep Japan’s cultural heritage alive by taking a fresh look at traditional crafts and culture,...

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Reviews
on 5/27/13

The defining characteristic of the campus at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth is the Brutalist architecture by Paul Rudolph. He realized a dozen buildings from 1963 to 1989, following from his master plan for what was then the Southeastern Massechusetts Technological Institute. The...

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Reviews
on 5/20/13

Nature centers are a fairly specific building type that allow architects to enrich people's experiences of architecture, the natural environment, and their interaction. Nature centers also call for sustainable architecture of the utmost, due to their purpose and proximity to...

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Reviews
on 5/13/13

Kennebunkport is a popular summer vacation spot overlooking the Atlantic Ocean in the southeastern corner of Maine—its most famous seasonal resident is the family of former President George H.W. Bush. As architect Carol A. Wilson describes it, a defining characteristic of the area is...

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Reviews
on 5/6/13

Eight years after Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans is still dealing with the destruction wrought on its neighborhoods, infrastructure, and buildings. This library and community center in the hard-hit Broadmoor neighborhood involved the demolition and reconstruction of the former, and the...

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Reviews
on 5/1/13

Geo Metria was designed by Mount Fuji Architects Studio, a Tokyo-based “creator’s collective” committed to developing quality living environments through architectural and other design work. The residence sits on a hillside where the plains of Odawara meet the mountains of...

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Reviews
on 4/29/13

Located on the banks of the Ohio River southwest of downtown Louisville, Riverbank Park is 70 acres envisioned by De Leon & Primmer Architecture Workshop in their master plan "as a new recreational venue for the community." The first component in the park's master...

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Reviews
on 4/23/13

 

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Reviews
on 4/22/13

adamo-faiden is an architecture studio that emerged from the ruins of the Argentinean corralito. After leaving the country and going to study and work in Europe, for Sebastián Adamo and Marcelo Faiden their return to post-crisis Argentina led to them reformulate their role as...

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