Category list : 2014
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Rising from the limpid depths of Lake Zurich, Jan Zachmann’s restaurant beckons to potential diners on the shore
At the Central Library, Bartolomé Gómez Cordero creates a melting pot for a dynamic play of contrasts, reconciling the idea of unity with that of diversity
Undergraduate Shortlisted: dOCUMENTA Archive by Patrick Schürmann and Johannes Busch, Technical University of DarmstadtSubscription
Set apart from the surrounding commercial buildings, this archive for dOCUMENTA robustly frames the pedestrian spaces around it
Undergraduate Shortlisted: The Theatre of Progress by Edward Crooks, University of SheffieldSubscription
A bold reimagining of built heritage, the Theatre of Progress sets the stage for the transformation of Derbyshire’s Chatsworth House, bringing new relevance to our engagement with the estate’s past
1414: Emerging Architecture Awards, Shingo Masuda+Katsuhisa Otsubo Architects, CC Arquitectos/Manuel Cervantes Céspedes, CHROFI, Atelier Deshaus
1413: Frank Gehry Neutelings Riedijk BCQ Arquitectura Giancarlo Mazzanti Big Rethink Revisited Paul Rudolph AR @ Soane
Velux Award 2014 Winner: Light, Revitalisation by Du Dikang, Li Le, Zhou Yujing and Ma YaoSubscription
In the historic hutongs of Beijing, light is captured and manipulated in a bid to reconnect urban life with the passing of time and the seasons
Light and shade form a psychological boundary in the demilitarised zone between North and South Korea. The Morning Glory cloud is a rare natural phenomenon that animates the buffer zone as an artificial cloud
Overwhelmed by the number and diversity of entries, the winners of the 2014 Velux Award for Students of Architecture have been announced
Velux Award 2014 Third Prize: Light of Hope by Snezhina Aleksieva, Zhenya Atanasova, Tsvetomira Ivanova and Pavel TsochevSubscription
In a refugee camp for Syrians displaced by the civil war, natural light is caught in an armature of lightweight nets treated with photo-luminising powder. Charged by day, the nets glow at night, illuminating the camp and enhancing security.