Publicly rewarding collaborative work is new to the field of architecture.
Summer is on its way after a busy spring in the design world; Santiago Calatrava unveiled new public works in New York, which also completed another successful NYCxDesign. Shigeru Ban took on another relief project, deploying emergency shelter to earthquake ravaged Nepal and a state-of-the-art design studio flourishes in Amsterdam.
The world's premier architects are clamoring to work in neighborhoods across our community, new buildings are winning international awards and in what may be the strongest evidence yet, the Pritzker Prize (architecture's top honor) will be awarded in Miami Beach this week for the 1st time.
Women in the practice of architecture are on a roll.
Back in 1991 the Pritzker Prize was awarded to architect Robert Venturi. However Mr. Venturi's wife and partner, Denise Scott Brown, was not recognized. Now, two students at Harvard's Graduate School of Design have started a petition to have her officially included on her husband's prize.
Museum Finds Masterpiece In Its Storage Bin: A soiled painting was revealed to be an 18th century Canaletto, thanks to one
Thanks paradoxically to nature's recent fury, there is a chance to pause and think about how best to shape a livable tomorrow directed by the kinds of limits that ultimately foster exactly such sustained growth.
As reported by El Mundo, Souto de Moura stated, “Portuguese architecture became a fashionable profession before the crisis
“If able men and women who are good Architects and Planners and socially responsible people are put in control I have seen