Contemporary American Architecture

Contemporary American Architecture

“As architects, we use our creativity to serve society—to make our communities better places to live. Through our profession and our life’s work, each of us has shaped and re-shaped the ever-changing narrative that is America in both humble and spectacular ways” said Elizabeth Chu Richter, Fellow of the American Institute of Architects 2015 at her recent appointment. Read
Material Tendencies: Richard Hutten

Material Tendencies: Richard Hutten

Richard Hutten is known for his playful approach to design. Always wondering how he might add something fresh and unusual, his aim is to create new possibilities to the already existing. His works reflect his personal signature, which might be described as optimistic, fun, friendly and surprising.
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Textiled Spaces: Insight into architectural ephemera

Textiled Spaces: Insight into architectural ephemera

As part of the TEXTILED SPACES exhibition curated by Architonic on the occasion of Techtextil, photographer Deidi von Schaewen provided an insight into architectural ephemera.
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Stretching the Limits: MDT-tex and textile architecture

Stretching the Limits: MDT-tex and textile architecture

MDT-tex, the go-to textile-architecture manufacturer and consultancy, is invited time and time again to partner with some of the world's leading architects. It's no wonder given the company's innovative outdoor structures and intelligent membranes.
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The Mile-High Club: how London's high-tech architects came to dominate airport design

The Mile-High Club: how London's high-tech architects came to dominate airport design

Ever since Norman Foster's game-changing Stansted Airport was completed almost 25 years ago, it's been full throttle for London's high-tech architects, with their aviation-celebrating terminals around the globe themselves been celebrated for their progressive, aspirational designs.
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