• Archive for: July, 2016

    On June 15th, ArchiExpo e-Magazine organized its first webinar. We invited French cabinet Tangram Architectes to answer your questions about current innovations in wood construction. Having worked on numerous wood-based buildings, architects David Colas and Anne-Laure Boichot were able to provide their expertise and...

    Architect Oana Stanescu presented the + POOL project at NeoCon design fair in Chicago this June. In partnership with PlayLab, New York-based design firm Family aims to complete the world’s first floating, river-filtering swimming pool in the next few years. Here’s the full story pulled from Stanescu’s presentation and...

    A parking lot transformed into a man-made mountain of cars; a stack of homes twisted into a cascade of houses with gardens, penthouse views and big lawns; multiple elements that don’t necessarily fit—like the garden home and the high-rise—merge together into a new typology. Danish architect Bjarke Ingels, founder of...

    French company Innovathèque, a master of using technical solutions in design, recently organized a materials exhibition during the Architects@Work fair in Lyon. After months of researching new materials that would respond to the needs of designers, architects and other creative professionals, Power Up: High...

    In the heart of Tuscany, the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance, Toncelli has been innovating kitchens through a mixture of tradition and technology since the ’60s. The company has long been fascinated with raw materials, notably wood, and has researched new materials and new uses with an eye toward creating...

    When eVolo Magazine launched its annual Skyscraper Competition this year, a team of three designers imagined a vertical control terminal for advanced flying drones that would provide personal and commercial services to residents of New York City. The Hive, designed by the U.S. team of Hadeel Ayed Mohammad, Yifeng...

    So-called global cities are running out of space to put everyone. To meet the demand, a new market has emerged in micro-apartments and aPodments; finding ways to cram people into smaller units has been the subject of design competitions such as the landmark aDapting to Small Living Show hosted by the Cooper Hewitt...

    Africa is leading the world in population growth, but its inferior infrastructure remains a major impediment to progress. In general, the continent’s roads, ports and airports lag far behind those in other parts of the globe. The Proposal Echoing Jeff Bezos’ plans to someday deliver Amazon products by drone, an...

    Inside looking out, a 19,500-square-meter facility, with a striking anodized aluminum and glass facade, frames the view of the adjacent 17th century St. George’s Church in Sheffield. The University of Sheffield’s new faculty of engineering building comprises hundreds of individual pieces of various shapes, sizes and...

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