ArchitectureWeek - Culture Department
HOME   |   DESIGN   |   PEOPLE & PLACES   |   CONTEXT   |   CULTURE   |   TECHNOLOGY   |   PRODUCTS
IN THIS ISSUE
 Contents/RSS
Design
Urban Infill Prefab
Design
Staying Put - Creating A Cook's Kitchen
Culture
"The Store Problem"

 

 
AND MORE
  Current Contents
  People & Places
  Blog Center
  Book Center
  Download Center
  New Products
  Products Guide
  Classic Home
  Calendar
  Competitions
  Conferences
  Events & Exhibits
  Architecture Forum
  Architects Directory
  Topics Library
  Complete Archive
  Web Directory
  About ArchWeek
  Search
  Subscribe & Contribute
  Free Newsletters
   

 
QUIZ

ArchitectureWeek Blog Center
live stories around the architectural blogosphere...

View by Most Recent   Favorites (most likes)   Most Viewed  

 
3
  • Currently 1.00/1
  • 1
BLDG BLOG 2015-01-19 18:50:00
[Image: From "Brooklyn Co-operative" by Yannis Halkiopoulos, University of Westminster; courtesy RIBA President's Medals]. I was clicking around on the RIBA President's Medals website over the weekend and found a few projects that seemed worth posting here. The one seen here is a beautifully illustrated proposal for an "alternative supermarket" in Brooklyn, New York, that would be located in the …


3
  • Currently 1.00/1
  • 1
BLDG BLOG 2015-01-19 21:02:00
[Image: From "Mining Cenotaph" by Alexis Quinteros Salazar; courtesy of the RIBA President's Medals]. Here's another project from the RIBA President's Medals, this one by Alexis Quinteros Salazar, a student at the University of Chile in Santiago. Called "Mining Cenotaph," it imagines an "occupation" of the tailings piles that have become a toxic urban landmark and a spatial reminder of the …


3
  • Currently 1.00/1
  • 1
Christopher Hume 2015-01-20 20:44:43


5
  • Currently 1.00/1
  • 1
Curbed Los Angeles - Architecture 2015-01-21 02:16:54
The landmark Joseph Kun Residence in Nichols Canyon—designed by the great Modernist architect Richard Neutra for Los Angeles Examiner printer Joseph Kun and finished in 1936—has come up for sale for the first time since wrapping up a thorough restoration. The seller is Devo singer and bassist Gerald Casale, who bought the house in 2007 and devoted the next seven years …


5
  • Currently 1.00/1
  • 1
Christopher Hume 2015-01-18 11:30:00


4
  • Currently 1.00/1
  • 1
Contemporist 2015-01-19 09:34:22
OTONO Design have created a a solid wood wall clock named Madera, that will be shown at Designers Tower in Cologne this week. From the designer Strict minimalism, clear geometry and fresh colours ? these are the characteristics of the solid wood wall clock ?Madera?. The warm and natural walnut material harmoniously fits in any room. Through the combination of clearly placed reaming with …


3
  • Currently 1.00/1
  • 1
Unbeige 2015-01-19 18:00:31
Rumors of corporate downsizing are never fun. However, the way in which TechCrunch was put on to the trail of alleged plans in that department involving its parent, AOL, is. From the item by Ingrid Lunden: To be clear: while TechCrunch is part of AOL, we on the editorial side are not privy to what happens at a corporate level. We received …


3
  • Currently 1.00/1
  • 1
Climate Progress 2015-01-19 19:15:02
Cleanup workers use oil absorbent materials along side the Yellowstone River in Laurel, Mont., Wednesday July 6, 2011. This cleanup of a slightly larger spill was difficult enough without fighting around frozen ice. CREDIT: AP Photo/Jim Urquhart On Saturday morning, a pipeline in Montana spilled up to 50,000 gallons of crude oil into the Yellowstone River, the pipeline’s operator confirmed Sunday night. …


3
  • Currently 1.00/1
  • 1
BLDG BLOG 2015-01-19 20:15:00
[Photo: "Mega Bike" at the Louisville Mega Cavern; photo courtesy Louisville Mega Cavern]. An underground bike park is opening up next month in a former limestone mine 100 feet beneath Louisville, Kentucky. At 320,000-square feet, the facility is massive. Outside Magazine explains, "the park will have more than five miles of interconnected trails that range from flowing singletrack to dirt jumps …


4
  • Currently 1.00/1
  • 1
Lloyd's Blog 2015-01-20 22:45:00
"Waioli Mission Hall stands as a major monument of Hawaiian architectural history, the primary inspiration for the Hawaiian double-pitched hipped roof so widely popularized by C. W. Dickey in the 1920s. Built by the Reverend William P. Alexander, Dickey's grandfather, the plaster walls of the frame structure repose beneath a sprawling roof and encircling lanai. The roof, originally thatched, was shingled …


3
  • Currently 1.00/1
  • 1
Unbeige 2015-01-21 17:00:38
The team at Meredith’s Allrecipes is doing something ? or more accurately, many things  ? right. Allrecipes is not even two years old, yet it increased its rate base by 40 percent last September and is now poised to make another jump. Starting with the February/March issue, Allrecipes circulation will be upped to 1.1 million. That’s a 120 percent increase since it launched …


3
  • Currently 1.00/1
  • 1
Contemporist 2015-01-21 16:53:32
1. The Black House by Andrés Remy Architects – Buenos Aires, Argentina 2. Dune House by JarmundVigsnĉs Arkitekter – Suffolk, England 3. Black Desert House by Oller & Pejic Architecture – California, USA 4. Otake House by Suppose Design Office – Otake, Japan 5. Modularing House by A-cero Architects – Madrid, Spain


4
  • Currently 1.00/1
  • 1
Next American City 2015-01-22 12:00:00
Calgary City Council’s Druh Farrell says the Peace Bridge was a turning point in the city?s attitude about pedestrians and cyclists. (Photo by Abhinav Hasija) As Congress and President Obama engage in a showdown over the Keystone XL Pipeline, one North American city is paying close attention. Calgary is home to the corporate headquarters for Alberta?s thriving oil and gas industry. …


5
  • Currently 1.00/1
  • 1
Developments - WSJ 2015-01-23 20:26:29
Las Vegas--Tornadoes, wildfires, hurricanes, floods, heat waves and polar vortexes are just a few of the long list of possible disasters weighing on the minds of homeowners these days.


6
  • Currently 1.00/1
  • 1
WebUrbanist 2015-01-18 18:00:14
[ By Steve in Architecture & Cities & Urbanism. ] A 1,000-foot long rainbow underpass in Zhengzhou, China is designed to help drivers’ eyes adjust from daylight to a artificial lighting and back again. Break out the Skittles, it’s time to drive the rainbow! Well, almost… the Cheng …


4
  • Currently 1.00/1
  • 1
Christopher Hume 2015-01-18 18:16:15


4
  • Currently 1.00/1
  • 1
Christopher Hume 2015-01-18 20:09:38


4
  • Currently 1.00/1
  • 1
Triple Pundit 2015-01-22 11:00:50


4
  • Currently 1.00/1
  • 1
Contemporist 2015-01-22 12:47:07
Stephen Vitalich Architects designed the Moon Juice Market in Venice, California. From the architect Moon Juice Market is an organic cold pressed juicery founded by it?s owner/operator Amanda Chantal Bacon. Pressing, bottling and selling all there products on site in a modest 400 square feet. The store may be small in size, but it delivers an abundance of organic vegetable juice blends, nut milk …


3
  • Currently 1.00/1
  • 1
Unbeige 2015-01-22 18:40:18
Welcome back to another edition of FishbowlNY’s weekly Cover Battle. This round features Parade taking on The New York Times Magazine. For Parade’s latest issue, the magazine went with a comic book like cover to remind us that there’s plenty to be afraid of, like Pitbull and Kevin James. At least, we assume that’s what Parade is talking about. Speaking of spreading irrational fear, …


Next Page
NEXT WEEK Send this to a friend   Media Kit   Contributing   Privacy   Comments
Special thanks to our sustaining subscribers, including Building Design UK, Building Design News UK, and Building Design Tenders UK.

ARCHWEEK   |   GREAT BUILDINGS   |   ARCHIPLANET   |   DISCUSSION   |   BOOKS   |   FREE 3D   |   SEARCH
http://www.ArchWeek.com/blogs/
© 2000-2010 Artifice, Inc. - All Rights Reserved