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Today, Michel Rojkind is widely known as one of Mexico's most successful, and at times flamboyant, architects of the 21st century. ...read more

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Dezeen is giving two readers the chance to win a copy of Nomadic Homes, a book featuring a selection of moveable compact dwellings around the globe.

Nomadic Homes: Architecture on the Move is written by Philip Jodidio and includes examples of homes that have been designed to move from place ...read more

Zaha Hadid Architects' plans for two soaring skyscrapers at Vauxhall Cross could be the firm's first foray into a mixed-use project in London, but the design is proving controversial.

The architecture firm submitted plans for the two towers, measuring 185 and 151 metres respectively, at the end ...read more

UK foreign secretary Boris Johnson has proposed building a bridge across the English Channel to link Britain and France after Brexit.

The idea for the 22-mile-long crossing was reportedly put forward during an Anglo-French summit that took place on 18 January 2018, according to publications including the ...read more

A deliberate sway is designed to unnerve visitors to this 488-metre-long bridge in China's Hebei province, which has an entirely glazed walkway so they can also admire the 218-metre drop.

The Hongyagu suspension bridge spans the gap between two cliffs in the Hongyagu Scenic Area.

Made of 1,077 panels of 4-centimetre-thick ...read more

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It was Kahn's first major commission and he was determined to ...read more

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Amazon has announced the list of 20 finalists in the running to become the new home city for their highly hyped second headquarters, known as HQ2.

The tech company, based in Seattle, selected ...read more

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The architecture profession is in a perpetual debate ...read more

Apple has announced plans to build a new campus in the United States, in addition to the recently completed Apple Park, as part of a major investment and job creation strategy.

The tech company's giant Foster + Partners-designed campus has barely finished, but Apple already has its sights on ...read more

Neave Brown's extraordinary legacy reflects a progressive social agenda that is lacking in many of today's architects, says Catherine Slessor.


The architectural highlight of 2017, without doubt, was Neave Brown's valedictory lecture in the unlikely confines of London's Hackney Empire. As he came on stage, to rapturous applause, he ...read more

The Obama Presidential Center will be presented to the Chicago City Council today. But its proposed siting in the city's Jackson Park will both remove acres of public land and blight Fredrick Law Olmsted's historic landscape design, argues The Cultural Landscape Foundation president Charles A Birnbaum.


Tod Williams and Billie ...read more

An injunction that would have prevented Herzog & de Meuron from redeveloping Chelsea FC's football stadium has been blocked by the local council, paving the way for construction to begin.

Planning permission was granted for the £500 million overhaul of the west London football club's 41,837-seat Stamford Bridge stadium ...read more

On December 1st 2017, reSITE invited a handful of intellectuals to Berlin for the My City / Your City salon held ...read more

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