Design


Miami, Florida is once again riding a wave of popularity harkening back to the glory days of the 1980s and 1990s when Miami Vice ruled the television air waves. Proof of this is a resurgence of numerous luxury shopping areas around the city and a recent influx of new high-fashion brand stores. Located only three […]

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Beijing’s National Aquatics Center, built for the 2008 Olympics, is a prime example of biomimicry. Known as “the Watercube,” the design derives its shape from the make-up of soap bubbles, which coincidentally strengthens its resistance to seismic activity. Each plastic “bubble” serves a higher purpose within the space, capturing air warmed by the sun and transferring its heat into the pool.

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Shigeru Ban wins Pritzker Prize

Shigeru Ban wins Pritzker Prize


Posted on Apr 3, 2014

Every year, a top architect is chosen for the Pritzker Prize. It highlights a unique, creative, and successful architect and their work. This year, Japanese architect Shigeru Ban received the Pritzer,

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