Cornell severs ties with Richard Meier following harassment claims

Cornell architecture school has disowned its alumnus Richard Meier, condemning the architect in the wake of sexual harassment claims and abandoning plans to name the department chair in his honour.

In an open letter published on the school's website, architecture dean Kent Kleinman described Meier's behaviour as "unacceptable" more

Parasitic extensions to Paris apartment building could reduce energy consumption

Our latest Dezeen x MINI Living video features a proposal by Malka Architecture to improve the energy efficiency of a Parisian apartment building, by attaching boxy, parasitic extensions to its exterior.

Titled Plug-in City 75, the proposal would see parasitic cubes mounted onto the facade of a building in more

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  • Architects: llabb
  • Location: La Spezia, SP, Italy
  • Lead Architects: Luca Scardulla, Federico Robbiano with Beatrice Piola and Floria Bruzzone
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An In-Depth Look at the Le Corbusier-Designed Barge Which Sank Last Month

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Altus designs Minnesota home and accompanying "shiny shed" to blend with the forest

US studio Altus Architecture + Design has created a low-lying residence for a wooded site in Minnesota with glazed and cedar walls, along with a detached shed wrapped in polished and mirrored stainless steel.

The Woodland House is located in a small village just outside of Minneapolis. Sited on a more

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How to Survive a Creative "Gut Punch" and Accept Negative Feedback

Author Amar Singh says, "Actual picture of my first design review."

This article was originally published by Amar Singh on Medium. Singh is also the author of "Why Open-Plan Offices Don't Work (And Some Alternatives That Do)."

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HawkinsBrown completes robotics lab for The Bartlett at London's Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

HawkinsBrown has designed a new robotics campus for The Bartlett architecture school as part of the redevelopment of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in east London.

The 6,200-square-metre campus provides specialist teaching, fabrication and robotics facilities for University College London's (UCL) The Bartlett architecture school, Engineering Sciences more

Austin residence by Arbib Hughey merges modern living with farmhouse aesthetic

American studio Arbib Hughey Design has made use of economic materials to create this all-white dwelling in Austin for a church pastor and his family, who wanted a home that felt welcoming to visitors.

The Ridgemont Residence is located in Windsor Park, a neighbourhood north of downtown that is more

UNStudio launches tech startup to drag architecture into "the age of the iPhone"

Dutch architect Ben van Berkel of UNStudio has launched UNSense, a startup that will develop technologies to make buildings healthier and cities smarter.

The new company will explore ways to help the architecture and construction industries catch up with tech developments in other sectors.

"We are living in the age of more