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  • AD Architecture School Guide: National University of Singapore: Ecological design is rapidly becoming a stapl...

    AD Architecture School Guide: National University of Singapore

    archdaily.com 28 Dec '13, 2pm

    Work by Anggraeni, Azhar Bin Azmi, Chia Ping Howe Edwin, Liew Liewei Wesley, Neo Hwee Tat, Ren Tian, BA(Arch) Students at NUS, Year 4. Image Courtesy of http://www.arch.nus.edu.sg/gallery/ Ecological design is rapidly becoming a staple in architecture school. Its various names—sustain...

  • Louis Vuitton Builds Charlotte Perriand’s 1934 Miami Beach House

    Louis Vuitton Builds Charlotte Perriand’s 1934 Miami Beach House |

    archdaily.com 16 Jan '14, 1pm

    La Maison au Bord de L’Eau, an unrealized beach house in Miami designed by architect, designer, planner and photographer Charlotte Perriand , has been built by Louis Vuitton for a Design Miami 2013 satellite exhibition. Designed in 1934, the house was first conceived for a design cont...

  • Ten Points for Liveable Cities: Lessons from Singapore

    Ten Points for Liveable Cities: Lessons from Singapore

    archdaily.com 23 Feb '13, 7pm

    The most important aspect in the successes that Singapore has seen is the forethought that has gone into designing its cities with a “people first” strategy. Patrick l. Phillips of the ULI writes “What, where, and how we build to accommodate these changes [restructured capital markets...

  • Peter Zumthor to Serve as Rolex Arts Initiative Architecture Mentor #architecture

    Peter Zumthor to Serve as Rolex Arts Initiative Architecture Mentor

    archdaily.com 24 Oct '13, 5pm

    Peter Zumthor , Architecture mentor. Image © Keystone / Christian Beutler Swiss architect Peter Zumthor has been selected as the next architecture mentor for the Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative . He will be the second architect to participate in the program, following Kazuyo ...

  • In Progress: Singapore Sports Hub / Arup: Construction has commenced on the world’s largest dome roof at Singapo...

    In Progress: Singapore Sports Hub / Arup

    archdaily.com 09 Oct '12, 6pm

    Adds Clive Lewis, Arup’s lead Sports Venue Designer for the Singapore Sports Hub, “The tropical climate in Singapore poses a challenge in the design of the National Stadium. People will only enjoy the stadium experience if the environmental conditions are right. We wanted to keep the ...

  • Reading Spaces, Spaces for Reading: A look at Singapore’s Culture of Reading: This article comes to us courtesy...

    Reading Spaces, Spaces for Reading: A look at Singapore’s Culture of Reading |

    archdaily.com 05 Feb '13, 11am

    More crucially, publishing and reading in Singapore take place within a unique set of operating principles accumulated over years of legislative development, bureaucratic caution, and literary selection. Take journalism, for example. Despite the number of prominent lawsuits against jo...

  • Art Stage Singapore Installation & Exhibition / WY-TO Architects: Inspired by the textile industry of Southeast

    Art Stage Singapore Installation & Exhibition / WY-TO Architects

    archdaily.com 17 Feb '13, 7am

    Inspired by the textile industry of Southeast Asia, Yann Follain, co-founder of WY-TO Architects , has designed a Floating Skeleton at Art Stage Singapore to greet the fair’s visitors. The wire-framed floating structure will act as a gateway to Asia’s global art fair. The over-sized l...

  • Brasilia Government Forges Controversial Contract with Singapore: While known as the

    Brasilia Government Forges Controversial Contract with Singapore

    archdaily.com 12 Dec '12, 3pm

    Aerial View of Brasilia : Capital of Brazil While known as the extraordinary city which Niemeyer built, Brasilia is not without its problems. As a recent BBC article noted, while Niemeyer’s architecture is certainly appreciated by its residents, the city itself (designed for the car) ...

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