Architecture News

Mies’s Barcelona Pavilion Reinterpreted in Carbon-Saving Wood

As an exercise in analyzing carbon costs, the modernist masterpiece has been replicated in timber sourced from Galician forests.

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October 2022: Dates and Events

On view this month is one of the U.K.'s largest public art installations, a decommissioned oil rig transformed to illustrate the creative potential of industrial adaptive reuse.

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OHLAB’s Paseo Mallorca 15 Raises the Bar for City Living

Built to Passive House standards, this urban complex speaks to its context with an operable facade of slatted Spanish pine.

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In “Inscriptions,” a Flawed Theory of the Contemporary

A new volume edited by K. Michael Hays and Andrew Holder argues that contemporary architecture is unified by the notion of "inscription."

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