Thaden School / Marlon Blackwell Architect

Thaden School / Marlon Blackwell Architect © Timothy Hursley + 36 Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/987700/thaden-school-marlon-blackwell-architect © Timothy Hursley Text description provided by the architects. A private school with a public purpose, Thaden School is a new independent middle and high school in Bentonville, Arkansas. The school’s unique curriculum combines academic … Read more

Architecture Between a Glorious Past and a Questionable Present: Interview with Greek Architect Andreas Angelidakis

Architecture Between a Glorious Past and a Questionable Present: Interview with Greek Architect Andreas Angelidakis POST RUIN BENTIVOGLIO, curated by Antonio Grulli. Photo courtesy of Andreas Angelidakis. Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/984893/unauthorized-buildings-and-people-finding-new-ways-to-think-architecture-with-andreas-angelidakis How might your persona or act differ if you were to put yourself before society’s expectations and limitations, embracing … Read more

Three House / JOHN ELLWAY. ARCHITECT

Three House / JOHN ELLWAY. ARCHITECT © Toby Scott + 25 Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/981677/three-house-john-ellway-architect © Toby Scott Text description provided by the architects. Beyond the client brief and pragmatic site conditions, I tend to reflect on travel as inspiration and a source of precedent studies for my work. In … Read more

Twin Houses / JOHN ELLWAY. ARCHITECT

Twin Houses / JOHN ELLWAY. ARCHITECT © Toby Scott + 22 Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/981581/twin-houses-john-ellway-architect © Toby Scott Text description provided by the architects. Located about 6.5km from the city centre, the middle-ring of suburb of Tarragindi contains mainly 1950-60s asbestos-clad post-war housing built on large lots. Pre-1946 housing stock … Read more

The French National Dance Center of Pantin by architect Jacques Kalisz

The Center National de la Danse, formerly the administrative center of the city of Pantin, north of Paris, France, is the work of Jacques Kalisz. In the middle of the 1960s, Jacques Kalisz was 35 years old but not yet an architect. He took advantage of a commission from the mayor of Pantin to design, … Read more

Job: Associate/Senior Landscape Architect at Martha Schwartz Partners in New York City « Landscape Architecture Platform

MSP is a Landscape Architecture design practice dedicated to creating landscapes that are both beautiful and tackle the landscape’s greatest challenges. We are advocates for the planet while we help vision and build more sustainable, innovative, and equitable places around the world. Our vision demands that we push ourselves to transcend conventional thinking in pursuing … Read more

Job: Associate/Senior Landscape Architect at Martha Schwartz Partners in London, UK « Landscape Architecture Platform

MSP is a Landscape Architecture design practice dedicated to creating landscapes that are both beautiful and tackle the landscape’s greatest challenges. We are advocates for the planet while we help vision and build more sustainable, innovative, and equitable places around the world. Our vision demands that we push ourselves to transcend conventional thinking in pursuing … Read more

Architectural promenade at the Villa Savoy by Le Corbusier architect

Describing the Villa Savoye as “a true architectural promenade”, the architect Le Corbusier decided to stage the interior of the house and apply his design ideas developed over several years with the help of Jean Jeanneret. After having photographed the Villa Savoy on all its exterior facades in the first part of this report, let’s … Read more

Hidden architecture of Lugdunum museum by Bernard Zehrfuss architect

The French architect Bernard Zehrfuss designed in the 1970s the Gallo-Roman Museum of Lyon, now called the Lugdunum Museum. Facing the Gallo-Roman theater of Lyon on the Fourvière hill, the Lugdunum museum is almost invisible from the outside and hides most of its brutalist architecture underground. Destroying a part of the hill to reconstitute it … Read more