Shigeru Ban

Over a three month period beginning in August, the jurors reviewed each submission online, then developed a short list for
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 Aspen Museum is Shigeru Ban's first design for a permanent museum in the United States. One hopes it's not his last.
The museum will treat the general public as well, with a free 24-hour opening party of music, performances, film and food, starting on August 9th at 5p.m. and stretching into 5pm the next day.
Before the massive earthquake that hit on Feb. 22, 2011, killing 182 and destroying much of the downtown, New Zealand's second-largest city was an architectural byword for traditional, not trendy. Not anymore.
Two-and-a-half years after a deadly magnitude-6.3 tremor rattled Christchurch, New Zealand, a 19th century Anglican cathedral
The pavilion's debut exhibit also opened this weekend, titled "Temporary Structures in Gorky Park: From Melnikov to Ban." Organized
With a string of new art galleries and restaurants and a thriving creative community, Moscow's cultural offerings are aplenty.
What's that? You were excited that your house had a walk-in closet? Well, perhaps it's time to get really envious, because
Six months later, Japanese architect Shigeru Ban has developed a daring proposal to temporarily replace the church. Ban suggests