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Rice Architecture welcomes new faculty Architecture of rice MD Anderson Hall 6100 Main Street Houston, Texas 77005United States Rice Architecture is pleased to welcome four new professors this spring: Amna Ansari, guest critic; Curtis Davis (BA’75), lecturer; Yenha, guest spokesperson for Smith; and Ann Him, Cullinan Visiting Professor. “We are thrilled to welcome such an …

As the Egyptian Ministry of Culture and UNESCO celebrated their joint efforts to restore and safeguard the village of New Gourna on December 23, stories of the architectural and human brilliance and inspiration of the late Hassan Fathy have been told. Fathy (1900-1989) was an internationally renowned Egyptian architect, honored and recognized worldwide. He won …

Moved to Australia to flee religious persecution in his home country of Iran, Arman Gouniaei has made quite a rise, becoming an award-winning business owner in just three years. A member of the Baha’i community oppressed by the Muslim clergy for generations, Gouniaei was refused admission to university while in Iran. Choosing to study an …

Optima Kierland Center Sky Bridge Optima, a leading design-focused multi-family developer, received top honors from the prestigious American Architecture Awards in the multi-unit development category for Optima Kierland Center and Optima Sonora Village. The American Architecture Awards are the nation’s highest public recognition for architectural design excellence given by a non-commercial, non-commerce, public art, culture …

January 07, 2022 432 views The architecture of Southeast Asia and Thailand has united in 700 years under Indian, Chinese, Portuguese and Ceylon influences to its own distinctive style. To this day, a multitude of Buddhist monasteries bear witness to this historic era of art. Even today, with many challenges in times of a pandemic, …

The boom in working from home, which has been embraced by many, has been a double-edged sword for those with chronic pain. While this may have reduced the need for strenuous travel, many are now spending more time in homes unsuitable for their conditions. How much easier architecture and design can make life is a …

Written by Oscar Holland, CNN With Covid-19 causing delays in construction schedules and project openings, compiling CNN’s annual architecture forecast has become a delicate task. Indeed, several entries from last year’s (and even 2020) list have yet to officially open their doors. Either way, the coming year promises – for now at least – a …

Rio Rancho City Report The Sky Room at the new Campus Park recently won an Architecture Award from the Albuquerque Chapter of the American Institute of Architects Awards Program. Courtesy photo. The Sky Room Amphitheater at Campus Park was recognized by the Albuquerque Chapter of the American Institute of Architects Awards Program on December 3 …

Architecture journalist Lizzie Crook selects the 12 most interesting architecture projects slated for completion in 2022, including an underwater sculpture park and a pair of towers connected by a drone airlift. Photo is by Chris Stowers, courtesy of OMA Taipei Performing Arts Center, Taiwan, by OMA After much waiting, the Taipei Performing Arts Center will …

ruins and nature transformed into immersive digital visuals Berlin-based, Japanese-born artist ryoichi kurokawa works with 3D data from architecture, ruins and nature to produce immersive and breathtaking images RV installations, recordings and concert pieces. among his various digitally generated works – which have been exhibited across the world in international festivals and museums, including Tate …