The spread of vegetal facades...

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[Translate]    | By Hattie Hartman  ARCHITECTS JOURNAL Previous thumbnails Next thumbnails Responding to concern over the loss...

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Poop and Make Dinner at the Sa...

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[Translate] David Friedlander   LIFE EDITED Architecture Tiny houses are cool and all, but their proponents have a tendency to...

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Mario Schjetnan Finds the Deep...

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[Translate]  by The Dirt Contributor Mexican landscape architect, architect, and urban designer Mario Schjetnan, FASLA, who recently...

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Landscape Architecture in the ...

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[Translate] THE DIRT   by J.R. Taylor Rethinking the Waterfront – The Architect’s Newspaper, 2/17/15 “Earlier this month Brooklyn...

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BUILT BY WOMEN

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[Translate] Point of View Q&A: “Built by Women” Director Carol Shapiro Shannon Sharpe  METROPOLIS MAGAZINE, Annabelle...

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How Design is Tranforming a Re...

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[Translate] Metropolis Magazine / / Redefining the Island Aesthetic Redefining the Island Aesthetic With architect Todd Saunders and...

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Why and Where Micro-Apartments...

Feb 28, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] David Friedlander  LIFE EDITED Architecture New York, San Francisco, Vancouver and, to a lesser extent, Seattle, DC,...

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The Terrifying “Smart...

Feb 26, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] Civil Liberties So-called “smart cities” are being heralded as the way of the future, but they have scary...

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Biomimicry in buildings: 6 ani...

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[Translate]  INHABITAT Javier Senosiain’s Nautilus Home Sea shells have influenced the form of buildings in Japan, Monte Carlo, and...

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BIODIVER[CITY] floating artifi...

Feb 26, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] by Lori Zimmer, INHABITAT   The futuristic BIODIVER[CITY] is a floating man-made island that doubles as a marine...

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Design Excellence 2015: Part 2

Feb 26, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] Point of View / METROPOLIS MAGAZINE Anne-Marie Lubenau A vegetable garden on the roof of Via Verde provides fresh produce...

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To Reshape the World, Architec...

Feb 26, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] Metropolis Magazine / February 2015 / To Reshape the World, Architects Need to Design at Every Scale We should revive...

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Envisioning a New Academic Com...

Feb 24, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] by The Dirt Contributor Hundreds of students walked down Ivy Road in the middle of January, marking the kickoff of the...

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Mario Schjetnan Finds the Deep...

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[Translate] 02/24/2015 by The Dirt Contributor Mexican landscape architect, architect, and urban designer Mario Schjetnan, FASLA, who...

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TINY APARTMENT BUILDS IS UP, P...

Feb 23, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] David Friedlander  LIFE EDITED Architecture At just 160 sq ft (15 sq m) this is one of the smallest full-function...

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CAN WE CREATE A GREEN AMERICAN...

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[Translate] Is passive solar a key to making PVs affordable?    Can we create a green American dream home? Can we take those green...

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$6,000 EARTH ARCHITECTURE MULT...

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[Translate] feb 21, 2015 atelier koe revisits earth architecture to build eban aya atelier koe revisits earth architecture to build...

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LOW COST DWELLING CAN BE ASSEM...

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[Translate] vo trong nghia’s latest low-cost dwelling can be assembled in 3 hours photo by hiroyuki oki all images courtesy of vo...

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COMPACT, COLORFUL, RUSSIAN FLA...

Feb 20, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] David Friedlander   LIFE EDITED Architecture We’ve seen INT2 Architecture on this site in the past. The St...

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The Politics of Water: Andrés ...

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[Translate] Point of View  METROPOLIS MAGAZINE Zachary Edelson Images courtesy Office for Political Innovation At first glance, Bill...

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How Do We Design for More Holi...

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[Translate] The design director of Perkins+Will Miami on how architects can help lead a new era of integrated and pluralistic...

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Modern 700 sq. ft. loft apartm...

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[Translate] Kimberley Mok (@kimberleymok)   TREEHUGGER Design / Interior Design © Studio P10 / Miel Architects In dense, urban areas...

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Landscape Architecture in the ...

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[Translate] 02/18/2015 by J.R. Taylor PBS Series Explores ‘A New Wild’ Sustained, Instead Of Wrecked, By People – The New York Times,...

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THE HOUSE BEHIND HOUSE

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[Translate] David Friedlander   LIFE EDITED Architecture We love ADUs. They have the power to do the near-impossible: pack more...

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CREATING HOUSING WITH SHARING ...

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[Translate] David Friedlander   LIFE EDITED Architecture While building new is nifty and all, there’s something very appealing about...

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KEEPING UP WITH THE NEW IMPROV...

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[Translate] David Friedlander Architecture  LIFE EDITED Many, if not most, of our habits are influenced–if not outright dictated–by a...

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Woman builds Hawaii tiny off-g...

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[Translate] Kimberley Mok (@kimberleymok)  TREEHUGGER Design / Tiny Houses © Julie Fitts Those of us who live in snowbound areas...

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Intricate 3D printed ceramic b...

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[Translate] Kimberley Mok (@kimberleymok)  TREEHUGGER Design / Sustainable Product Design © Emerging Objects Though it promises to...

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CONNECTED VERTICAL CITY DESIGN...

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[Translate] DESIGNBOOM     for his final masters thesis project, architect eduardo camarena has proposed a vertical city...

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Nissan glow-in-the-dark LEAF f...

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[Translate]   images courtesy of nissan       the nissan ‘glow-in-the-dark LEAF‘ electric car is coated in a...

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