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Robert Adam named 15th Richard H. Driehaus Prize Laureate
HOK Strengthens London Office with three key additions
Perkins+Will welcomes Martin Leitner as new leader of cities and sites practice
Annett Zinsmeister– Urban Shelter?
While the previous exhibition at BNKR, “In the Room with_”, addressed the artistic appropr
Out of Hand: Materialising the Digital
LAVA has designed the exhibition “Out of Hand: Materialising the Digital” which runs at th
Winter Stations and The Waterfront Business Improvement Area (WBIA) converge on Toronto’s
ARCHITECT@WORK 2017 ANNOUNCES STELLAR LIST OF SPEAKERS AND FINAL EXHIBITORS
An impressive list of industry experts from architecture, engineering and development are
WAN’s top ten Tech Spot features
Since we launched our Tech Spot feature WAN has covered a wide range of technical developments that affect and influence the future of architecture. From innovative housing solutions to self-healing concrete and the Hyperloop transportation system. Here’s our run-down of the top ten most widely read Tech Spots.
1) In March 2106 Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners in partnership with Lewisham Council in London created a short term solution to house homeless families. Described as the “UK’s first pop-up village” the scheme utilises purpose built containers which are stacked up to form 24 homes and 880 sq m of business space.
2) BIG and Hyperloop have combined in Dubai to develop a superfast transportation system which will open up huge opportunities for architects and engineers.
3) At the start of 2016 a huge fire engulfed a Dubai hotel. Subsequent investi