News

The Dangers of 3D Printing

The Dangers of 3D Printing

Four years of research shows that 3D printers emit hazardous microparticles–which can embed themselves in your lungs forever.

Read More
MVRDV Breaks Ground on its First US Project, a Colourful 22-Storey “Vertical Village” in Manhattan’s Washington Heights

MVRDV Breaks Ground on its First US Project, a Colourful 22-Storey “Vertical Village” in Manhattan’s Washington Heights

The Radio Tower & Hotel is a 21,800-square-metre mixed-use high rise located at 2420 Amsterdam Avenue in the Washington Heights area in Northern Manhattan.

Read More
London's Victoria & Albert Museum unveiled the anticipated design plans for the V&A East project in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

V&A East unveils plans including a new Collection and Research Centre by Diller Scofidio + Renfro with Austin-Smith:Lord

London’s Victoria & Albert Museum unveiled the anticipated design plans for the V&A East project in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

Read More
MVRDV’s M·Cube Combines Pearlescent Exuberance with Contextual Modesty in Beijing

MVRDV’s M·Cube Combines Pearlescent Exuberance with Contextual Modesty in Beijing

The Beijing KWG·M·CUBE, a 40,000-square-metre shopping centre designed by MVRDV, has completed construction in Beijing.

Read More
Snøhetta Wins Competition for the Renovation of the Théâtre Nanterre-Amandiers

Snøhetta Wins Competition for the Renovation of the Théâtre Nanterre-Amandiers

The City Council of Nanterre has announced Snøhetta as the winner of the ambitious renovation project of the avant-gardist national theatre, Théâtre Nanterre-Amandiers.

Read More
For New York's Growing Synagogue, MBB Creates Urban Community, Expands Campus

For New York’s Growing Synagogue, MBB Creates Urban Community, Expands Campus

The architecture and design firm MBB is completing a renovation and expansion of the congregation’s 87th Street Synagogue building in New York City

Read More
Simons Supports Canadian Makers with Launch of Fabrique1840

Simons Supports Canadian Makers with Launch of Fabrique1840

Simons, the 178-year-old, family-owned fashion retailer from Quebec City, today launched a new online market called Fabrique1840

Read More
COC Officially Opens Doors to Toronto Headquarters

COC Officially Opens Doors to Toronto Headquarters

Designed in collaboration with creative firm Sid Lee Architecture the office serves as a home to COC and Canadian Olympic Foundation staff

Read More
Richard Meier

Richard Meier steps down after harassment allegations

Richard Meier will step back from day-to-day activities and support the leadership transition of the firm he founded in 1963

Read More
AIA architect pushes for school design best practices in testimony to White House Cabinet officials

AIA architect pushes for school design best practices in testimony to White House Cabinet officials

In testimony before senior White House cabinet members, leading school-design architect Jay Brotman, pushed for legislation that promotes the design of open learning environments that enhance safety and security

Read More