MCHAP Reveals Nominees for Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize 2016/2017

© Dean Kaufman. ImageGrace Farms de SANAA, la obra ganadora del Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize 2014/2015

The Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize has revealed the list of nominees for this year's awards, which seeks to recognize the most more

How Slovakia's Soviet Ties Led to a Unique Form of Sci-Fi Architecture

Memorial and Museum of the Slovak National Uprising, by architect Dušan Kuzma, 1963-1970. Banská Bystrica, Slovakia. Image © Stefano Perego

The history of Slovakia is riddled with political unrest and unwanted occupation, with the Slovak people having repeatedly been denied a voice throughout more

Domed sports hall by Sporadical is covered in scale-like aluminium shingles

Reflective aluminium panels cover the rounded shell of this school sports hall near Prague, helping to disguise its scale.

The sports hall, designed by local architecture office Sporadical, adjoins a recently modernised and extended primary school in the town of Dolní Břežany, to the south of the Czech capital.

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Angular doors connect tapered extension with tiled patio by Mustard Architects

Mustard Architects has added this extension to an Edwardian house in west London, featuring a tapered plan that expands towards angular glazed doors set into its asymmetric gabled facade.

East London studio Mustard Architects was asked to renovate and extend the property for new owners who wanted a more

THE’S House / G+ Architects

© Quang Tran
  • Architects: G+ Architects
  • Location: Bình Thạnh, Vietnam
  • Design Team: Giang Doan, Vu Le, Quan Truong
  • Area: 43.0 m2
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Michael Reynolds to Build Sustainable Public School in Argentina

The sustainable school built by Michael Reynolds in Uruguay. Image via Earthship Biotecture / Tagma

After a successful project in Uruguay—the first in Latin America—it's now Argentina's turn to build its first sustainable public school. The design will use the recycled more

Townhouses Finkenau / Tchoban Voss Architekten

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David Adjaye's Spyscape museum of espionage opens in New York

British architect David Adjaye has completed work on New York's museum of spying, which invites its first visitors to become undercover agents this weekend.

Opening today, the interactive Spyscape museum occupies a renovated 60,000-square-foot (5,574-square-metre) building on West 55th Street in Midtown Manhattan, just two blocks away more

UK Construction Week bans "inappropriate" outfits after showgirl backlash

UK Construction Week is introducing new equality guidelines following the outcry against the use of promotional models wearing Vegas showgirl outfits at last year's event.

Media 10, a publisher and the organiser of the annual trade show, has released a code of conduct for exhibitors "setting the standard" more