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A visionary project sees a suburb in the Austrian capital designed by and for women. It exemplifies how the city is trying to make urban space more inclusive and how female architects and designers are driving the change.
The Pritzker Prize was awarded to Parisian architects Jean-Philippe Vassal and Anne Lacaton for their work in transforming urban housing into uplifting and sustainable spaces on modest budgets.
For the past few weeks, a Facebook page called “Our Japan” has been posting pictures of what the many prefectures in Japan look like during the different seasons.
When completed, the 324m tower will become the tallest building in Canada.
This list is proposed by Part W, an action group of women working across architecture and design, infrastructure and construction.
TAIPEI: A study tour in Taiwan organised by FIABCI Malaysia brought participants to several award-winning projects that represent the renewal of Taiwan's architecture urban soul.
Greeted with hostility and derided as a Modernist affront when it was first proposed as the main entrance to Paris’ Musée du Louvre, this glass and stainless steel pyramid designed by I.M. Pei, now rivals the Eiffel Tower as one of France’s most recognisable architectural icons
Balkrishna Doshi is the first Indian citizen to win the Pritzker Prize, the equivalent of the Nobel Prize in the field of architecture. The 90-year-old plans to use the award to escalate his campaign for proper housing for the poor.