Reactivating Residual Public Spaces with Community-Led Design
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Contemporary cities and urban settlements manifest as intricate structures that demand deep reflection and a careful approach. The within them are in constant evolution, transforming over time. In this context, a crucial question arises: What is the predominant model for cities today? Many contemporary cities result from a paradigm that reached its apogee in the 19th century, characterized by in response to needs that weren't always reflective of its inhabitants ..read more
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Designed by Tadao Ando, MPavilion 10 Opens in Melbourne, Australia
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2M ago
The tenth edition of the opens in Queen Victoria Gardens in . The structure was designed by , marking the architect’s first built project in Australia. The pavilion follows his signature use of geometric shapes in harmony with the natural landscape and the precise use of exposed concrete. On November 16, 2023, the official opening inaugurates the space with a public celebration and a wide array of art commissions selected by the Naomi Milgrom Foundation. The MPavilion will remain free and open to the public from 16 November to 28 March 2024, inviting visitors to engage with its diverse cultura ..read more
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A Look at the First 10 Editions of the MPavilion in Melbourne, Australia
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2M ago
represents one of the most important architectural events happening annually in Melbourne, . Initiated and founded by the , the event was first launched in 2014 and has since brought internationally recognized architects to design a temporary structure in 's Queen Victoria Gardens in a system similar to London’s . From Sean Godsell's solar-actioned panels to Studio Mumbai‘s experimental bamboo structure, each pavilion explores craftsmanship and contemporary design while fostering a rich cultural program for several months before being disassembled and donated to one of the city’s parks. As the ..read more
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Buchan Designs Australian Pavilion at Expo 2025 in Osaka
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3M ago
The designs for the Australian have been unveiled by Australia’s Minister for Trade and Tourism. Designed by global firm natural beauty. Under the theme “Chasing the Sun,” the pavilion is aligned with Expo's larger theme: developing and adopting the best practices to drive sustainable co-creation. In essence, the theme is meant to capture the confident optimism the nation possesses, inspiring creative solutions and international cooperation ..read more
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A Micro-Home Holiday Resort in Türkiye and a Wine Cellar Visitor Center in Georgia: 8 Unbuilt Tourist Facilities Submitted by the ArchDaily Community
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6M ago
Tourist facilities are a significant architectural program as they not only provide essential amenities for travelers but also encapsulate the cultural essence of a destination. Resorts and hotels experiment with ideas of comfort and leisure, restaurants bring visitors into the local culinary culture, while wineries merge craftsmanship, tradition, and modernity. Visitor centers are another facility often provided for travelers, serving as gateways to exploring the city. Besides their flexible program, these architectural interventions most often strive to relate and harmonize with the local co ..read more
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World's Most Liveable Cities in 2023: Discover the Cities Offering the Highest Quality of Life
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8M ago
is the world’s most liveable city according to The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) 2023 Global Liveability Index . Topping the ranking for the fourth time in five years, Vienna has excelled in stability, culture and entertainment, and reliable infrastructure. maintained its second position while came in third and fourth position, rising to the top 5 where they previously had a consistent presence among the leading positions ..read more
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Henning Larsen, Architectus, and Arup Selected to Transform the Canberra Theatre Centre in Australia
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9M ago
The consortium formed of international studio has been selected to transform the Center into a vibrant and inclusive space. The project is developed in consultation with First Nations peoples to ensure that ’s Civic and Cultural District will become a welcoming space for both artists and audiences. The winning tender includes preliminary designs that depict a new theater building to be added to the district, in addition to the renovation of the Courtyard Studio ..read more
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MPavilion 10 by Tadao Ando Reveals a Striking, Concrete Geometric Intervention
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10M ago
has revealed the design of its tenth MPavilion, designed by Pritzker Prize-winner Tadao Ando , set to open during Australian summer, on November 16, 2023. Reflecting the architect’s architectural approach, the design unveiled the “use of striking geometric interventions in nature and […] concrete.” Once ready, the intervention will become the architect’s first commission in . Created as a new gathering place situated within Melbourne's cultural and botanical garden precinct, MPavilion 10 responds directly to the park's surroundings by emphasizing spatial purity and utilizing the geometric shap ..read more
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4 Residential Courtyards That Invite Nature Inside Through Glass
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10M ago
As summer in the Northern Hemisphere is inching ever closer and nature is rapidly responding to the increase in temperature, our desire to spend time outside (by ourselves and collectively) is growing at an equally fast pace. And although public parks are a great option for those of us who live in urban centers, the luxury of having one's very own, at-home access to nature cannot be overstated ..read more
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"Unsettling Queenstown:" The Australian Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2023 Explores Themes of Decolonization
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11M ago
, the exhibition is a multi-faceted and multi-sensory installation. Creative directors have curated this exhibition as a response to the overarching theme of the Biennale – "The Laboratory of the Future." will encourage audiences to imagine the future and its possibilities ..read more
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