Take a Look at This Amazing Herzog & de Meuron-Designed Beirut Tower

Swiss architect studio Herzog & de Meuron has recently designed this 119-metre tall staggered tower building in Beirut. The residential terraces, which overlook the city’s marina, are a part of a larger regeneration project that’s developing around St. George’s hotel. /READ MORE// Four Top Architects Designed Wood and Stone Rooms for the 7132 Hotel The stunning structure is made...

This Is Germany’s Brand New $824 Million USD Concert Hall as Explored by Two Wide-Angled Drones

Swiss firm Herzog & de Meuron is know for their over-the-top designs — marvelous feats of modern engineering. So when the new Hamburg Concert Hall, Elbphilharmonie, opens next month in Germany, it will probably do so with many oohs and aahs. /READ MORE // White Castle Even though the project was €700 million EUR (~$731 million USD) over budget...

Google Shares the Latest Plans for Its Mountain View Campus

Google recently unveiled the latest plans for its tent-like Mountain View campus. Originally announced in 2015, multiple set backs have delayed Google’s plans. But following a land swap with LinkedIn last July, both companies can now build their desired headquarters. The latest renders of the Mountain View campus display a tent-like design that features a large canopy...

Turning all the roads into solar panels

In this sneak peek from the documentary feature film 'Yert', one man claims to have a brilliant idea to combine roads, solar panels, and house-bound infrastructure.  The possibilities here are endless - just imagine roads that melt snow automatically, can display traffic warnings and road signs, all while charging your car and delivering high...

Four Top Architects Designed Wood and Stone Rooms for the 7132 Hotel

A team of four top-flight architects have been selected to design rooms for the new “House of Architects” inside of the 7132 Hotel. Thom Mayne (of Morphosis), Tadao Ando, Kengo Kuma and Peter Zumthor contributed design concepts, each centered around a single material. /READ MORE// This Is Germany's Brand New $824 Million USD Concert Hall as...

Take a Look at the World’s Most Futuristic Pharmacy

Studio KTX archiLAB has given this dispensing pharmacy, located in the Hyogo prefecture of Japan, a new and futuristic look. When deciding on the design, KTX noted that the primary reason people visit pharmacies is to heal and that is commonly associated with natural elements such as trees, green walls and flowers. /READ MORE // Segway Unveils the Personal...

The E20 House in Germany Is a Concrete Crystal

The E20 house, found in a village just outside Stuttgart and crafted by German architects Steimle Architekten, is designed to look like a crystal made out of concrete. As well as looking like a crystal, the house was designed to stand out from it’s neighbors in the German countryside. /READ MORE// This Is Germany's Brand New $824...

Discover SKYPARK, Hong Kong’s New Sky-High Urban Park Living Concept

High above the bustle of Hong Kong’s Kowloon District, a new property venture that embodies the brand philosophy of ‘The Artisanal Movement’ from cultural entrepreneur Mr. Adrian Cheng of New World Development Company is rapidly approaching completion. /READ MORE// Take a Look at This Amazing Herzog de Meuron-Designed Beirut Tower Dubbed SKYPARK, a one-of-a-kind rooftop lawn sits 28 stories above street level...

South Korea Now Has a Gorgeous Elevated Park Filled With 24,000 Trees

Dutch architecture studio MVRDV has completely transformed a 1970s highway into an elevated park in Seoul, South Korea. Dubbed Seoullo 7017, folks traversing the intricate new walkway will pass Seoul Station and Namdaemum Market alongside the Malli-dong, Jungnim-dong and Cheongpa-dong neighborhoods. /READ MORE// Google Shares the Latest Plans for Its Mountain View Campus All in all, the overhead...

visvim Looks Into Mid-Century Architecture for Its Latest Dissertation

Revered Japanese imprint visvim have recently looked beyond the familiar confines of fashion design and into architecture by paying homage to two of the industry’s most accomplished artists in Richard Joseph Neutra and Rudolph Michael Schindler. /READ MORE// Pablo Escobar's Son Discovered His Purpose in Architecture Relocating to the U.S. from Austria, both architects were recognized for...
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