Public Buildings

Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University

Adler & Sullivan

27 Aug 2014

Adler and Sullivan's magnificent Auditorium Theatre Building, architectural masterpiece of Chicago, celebrates its 125th anniversary this year. Dubbed as the ‘eighth wonder of the world' from the moment it opened, even Frank Lloyd Wright, who had been fired from the design team mid-construction by Sullivan for moonlighting, called it ‘the greatest room for music and opera in the

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Pastello

Mathery Studio

26 Aug 2014

The National Gallery of Victoria's Children's Gallery has been given over to the creative talents of Melbourne-based Italian design duo Erika Zorzi and Matteo Sangalli of Mathery Studio. The pair were commissioned to conceptualise and design a new immersive kids space focused on transforming perception surrounding the simple act of drawing. The project has been named ‘Pastello', derived

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Science Café Library

Anna Wigandt

19 Aug 2014

The café of a science and engineering museum has been designed by Anna Wigandt, based in her hometown Chisinau, capital city of Moldova. The space is multifunctional; at once a self-serve canteen, library and lecture hall, aimed to combine study with comfort and to stimulate an interest in science for those visiting. Fundamental in allowing the space to operate effectively is a modular

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Spiral Quartet

Taeik Kim Architect PA

07 Aug 2014

Architect Taeik Kim has transformed a walkway at 400 Sylvan Avenue in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey and in turn received a Merit Award in the Built Interior Architecture category from the New Jersey chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA-NJ) for his work.   The Spiral Quartet project was created within a corridor connecting a 15,000 sq. ft office area to a music studio and

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Hôtel Dupanloup Redesign

Studio Makkink & Bey

04 Aug 2014

Hôtel Dupanloup has recently been reconstructed to function as the International Research Centre of the University of Orléans. Once the home of a notorious bishop, the seventeeth century building has now been transformed through a series of spatial installations developed by Studio Makkink & Bey. Invited by The French Artistic Nationale Commission, the design firm has created a

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