Architecture

AL_A completes the V&A’s largest architectural intervention in over 100 years

named after the street it now embraces, the ‘exhibition road quarter’ provides a new entrance to the museum and features the world’s first porcelain public courtyard.

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Midcentury rental: 1940s Rodney Walker-designed property in Sherman Oaks, California, USA

A big name and an impressive house, with this 1940s Rodney Walker-designed property in Sherman Oaks, California, USA available to rent right now. An architect forever associated with the iconic Case Study Houses, this is one of a number of midcentury builds he designed in the mid-20th century and you suspect, one of the least […]

Back on the market: 1930s Oliver Hill-designed art deco property in Frinton-on-Sea, Essex

We featured this one back in 2015, but a couple of years on, this 1930s Oliver Hill-designed art deco property in Frinton-on-Sea, Essex has been re-listed once more. I’m not sure things have changed much since 2015 either. In fact, the images look to be the same as the ones used back in 2015 too. […]

jenny sabin’s robotically-woven ‘lumen’ installation opens at MoMA PS1

responsive textiles display subtle color in sunlight and glow softly after sundown – allowing the structure to evolve over the course of a day.

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18 “rail-to-trail” projects following in the High Line’s footsteps

The High Line roundup

The creators of New York’s High Line have launched a platform to advise similar infrastructure reuse projects in the USA. We’ve rounded up the 18 other schemes in the works, including an OMA-designed bridge with ramps and waterfalls, and an underground park. Read more

elisa valero’s concrete church in southern spain references ancient christian temples

situated south of andalucia’s sierra nevada mountain range, the project is defined by a slender tower that emerges from the cuboid building below.

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