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  • Warming huts in Winnipeg

    Warming huts in WinnipegSubscription

    Folio28 April, 2011

    Warming huts in Winnipeg by Patkau Architects make a welcome shelter from the cold


    Turner Contemporary by David Chipperfield Architects, Margate, United KingdomSubscription

    Buildings28 April, 2011

    Spaces are defined by the relationship between sea and north light in David Chipperfield’s Turner Contemporary. Photography by Richard Bryant

  • Tile of Spain

    Tile of Spain AwardsSubscription

    Thinkpiece28 April, 2011

    Celebrating the most innovative use of ceramics in architecture, interiors and student work, the Tile of Spain Awards have become a much anticipated annual event in Spanish architectural circles. Chaired by Alberto Campo Baeza, this year’s jury judged 146 entries, including the Institute for Higher Education Jaume I in Ontinyent.

  • The rebirth of Port-au-Prince's historic Iron Market

    The rebirth of Port-au-Prince's historic Iron MarketSubscription

    Thinkpiece28 April, 2011

    The restoration of Port-au-Prince’s Iron Market after last year’s earthquake is the latest chapter in the life of one of the city’s most remarkable buildings

  • The Orange Cube by Jakob + MacFarlane, Lyon, France

    The Orange Cube by Jakob + MacFarlane, Lyon, FranceSubscription

    Buildings28 April, 2011

    Eroded by a series of conical volumes, Jakob + MacFarlane’s citrus cube sits on the Saône waterfront. Photography by Roland Halbe

  • The need for upbeat-ness: it speaks volumes in both partnership and practice

    The need for upbeat-ness: it speaks volumes in both partnership and practiceSubscription

    Thinkpiece28 April, 2011

    Peter Cook on architectural couplings and girls on top

  • Solar panels by Sanyo

    Solar panels by SanyoSubscription

    Thinkpiece28 April, 2011

    Photovoltaic technology has become increasingly important in the quest to develop renewable sources of energy. It is also becoming increasingly sophisticated. In 1980, Sanyo was the first company to mass produce amorphous solar cells and the company’s latest development capitalises on over 35 years of experience in photovoltaic design and manufacture. The intention is to marry attractive design with truly sustainable performance

  • Traffic: the enemy

    Smart Growth: From Sprawl to Sustainability by Jon ReedsSubscription

    Thinkpiece28 April, 2011

    Smart Growth is about using less, or as some proponents argue, using stuff ‘more wisely’

  • Silent Disco by Barbara Bestor Architecture

    Silent Disco by Barbara Bestor ArchitectureSubscription

    Thinkpiece28 April, 2011

    A razzle dazzle installation at SCI-Arc

  • Samitaur Tower by Eric Owen Moss, Los Angeles, USA

    Samitaur Tower by Eric Owen Moss, Los Angeles, USASubscription

    Buildings28 April, 2011

    The Samitaur Tower by Eric Owen Moss is as much of an optical mechanism as it is a work of architecture. Photography by Tom Bonner

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