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August 15,2014

The tower's fish-jumping gesture is meant to symbolize the prosperity and rapid transformation of Zhuhai, China.

Renderings courtesy Adam Wiercinski Architekt
August 15,2014

Polish architect Adam Wiercinski designs a public toilet with a periscope mechanism that gives visitors unobstructed views of the sea.

Drawing inspiration from traditional temple architecture, a monolithic box will
August 14,2014

The Museo Maya de América in Guatemala City will be the world’s largest museum of Mayan history and culture, at 60,000 sf. 

August 12,2014

Designed by Vietnamese design firm Vo Trong Nghia Architects, the building will be made up of stacked concrete blocks placed slightly askew to...

August 12,2014

The city of St. Petersburg, Fla., invites firms to submit their ideas for a new and improved pier for Florida's fifth largest city.

Photo credit: Lord Mauleverer, Wikimedia Commons.
August 12,2014

More than two in three U.S. engineering firm leaders say the current business climate is better than last year at this time, according to results...

Renderings courtesy ALL Design
August 11,2014

South London's riverfront will soon be graced by one of Will Alsop's eccentric designs: a curved apartment tower on purple stilts.

Photo courtesy BC Hydro
August 11,2014

The guide aims to overcome obstacles with respect to mitigating thermal bridging to reduce energy consumption in buildings.

All photos courtesy LEGO
August 08,2014

LEGO Architecture Studio is made up of 76 unique elements and over 1,200 pieces, and is intended to give the builder as much freedom as possible...

Renderings courtesy of BIG
August 06,2014

Bjarke Ingels’ firm is looking to improve the 1960s-designed Givskund Zoo in Denmark by giving the animals a freer range to roam.