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    Waterloo Youth Centre by Collins and Turner

    This dynamic new example of community architecture was commissioned by the City counsel of Sydney, Australia. The building that we see today is a refurbished form of a converted toilet block which overlooked a skate park situated near waterloo oval. It has now been amazingly transformed into this welcoming and marvellous counselling facility and communal […] More

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    Guangzhou Circle by Joseph di Pasquale

    Located at the south west boundary of the city of Guangzhou in Guangdong province, China; the building is the new headquarters of the HongDa Xingye Group and the new home for the Guangdong Plastic Exchange also known as GDPE (world’s largest trading centre for raw plastic material). The building was designed by Italian architect Joseph […] More

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    Container Atlas: A Practical Guide to Container Architecture

    Architecture matures with man’s maturity. New contemporary architectural phenomena are the word-of–mouth in today’s world. And to give an in-depth, thoughtful look at the history, evolution and current state of such contemporary container architecture is a book by Gestalten, named the Container Atlas: A Practical Guide to Container Architecture. And this is considered as one […] More

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    The State of Things: At the Design Museum Holon

    If there ever has been any work of architecture which has collectively showcased the practice, consumption and cultural impact of international art and modern design, then it is “The State of Things” which hosts more than 100 objects of unique and modern design. During the month of March and April in 2010, the Design Museum […] More

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    Visual Acoustics by Julius Shulman

    Julius Shulman once rightly said “Architecture affects everybody…” “Everyone”, he said, “has the right to use it and admire it”, but he also believed that it was being taken for granted far too quickly. Mr. Julius Shulman is no more but his ideals still live on. Now, director Erik Bricker’s new documentary, “Visual Acoustics: The […] More

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    Frozen Trees by LIKE Architects

    Lisbon is a very picturesque city, with beautiful architecture, Gothic edifices and artistic medieval fortresses. But now, it can boast of housing one of the greatest, artistic works of the modern era, The Frozen Trees. A temporary instillation created for Christmas as a special lighting effect, these self-sufficient, structured streetlight cylinders are placed throughout the […] More

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