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Sky-Frame: Welcome aboard!

Gerrit Terstiege

31.01.2020

Bjarke Ingels talks unobstructed views and architecture as a force for good in the latest instalment of ‘My Point of View’, Swiss sliding-window manufacturer SKY-FRAME's film series.

MY POINT OF VIEW #02: BJARKE INGELS

Sky-Frame

23.01.2020

Bjarke Ingels is one of the most sought-after architects of our time. We met the Danish master in Copenhagen. A conversation about his point of view, creating reality, immense courage and the secret behind his unwavering pragmatism.

Know this: new university design

Peter Smisek

22.01.2020

The landscape of third-level education is changing and, with it, its literal architectural landscape. Flexible learning requires flexible spatial solutions.

Making an exhibition of themselves: new museum projects

Peter Smisek

23.10.2019

Museum architecture was built for showing off. Spectacular projects that exhibit themselves as much as the objects they house.

COPENHAGEN ARCHITECTURE FESTIVAL X 2019

Copenhagen Architecture Festival (CAFx)

15.03.2019

Copenhagen Architecture Festival is Denmark’s largest architecture festival and the world biggest architecture film festival, and will open its sixth edition running from 4-14 April 2019 in Copenhagen, Aarhus and Odense.

Thirst quenchers: 5 refreshing waterfront projects

Jaime Heather Schwartz

05.02.2019

A round-up of recent waterfront projects offering locals and visitors sites for leisure and lively social interaction prove water really is one of the elixirs of life.

LET'S BLUE-SKY THIS!: NEW OFFICES BUILDINGS

Peter Smisek

22.01.2019

With their bold and expressive forms, textured facades, and sustainable-design features, new office blocks around the globe are showing that they mean business – now and in the future.

Size isn't everything: new micro architecture

Peter Smisek

19.07.2018

With the ability to live more sustainably, and just about anywhere, micro homes might just be the solution to really living large.

The Light Fantastic

Anderson-Frank Lachlan

17.11.2015

That most intangible, yet fundamental, of architectural elements – light – takes centre-stage across a number of recent beacon projects internationally.